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The Zakary Thaks - She's Got You mp3 album

The Zakary Thaks - She's Got You mp3 album Performer: The Zakary Thaks
Title: She's Got You
Style: Garage Rock
Date of release: 2013
Size MP3: 1794 mb
Size FLAC: 1184 mb
Rating: 4.4

The 1966-era monster ‘She’s Got You’ is as good as anything they ever released at the time. Here is it backed with a noisy ad for Gulf Coast tipple Jax Beer, set to the tune of the group’s classic ‘Face To Face’. Delivery & Returns. We offer free P&P to UK addresses. For all other territories packaging is free and postage is charged on a weight basis.

Texan 60s garage kings the Zakary Thaks finally get their due with a stunning and comprehensive set that is sourced from the original master tapes for the first time.

It spans across the Zakary Thaks entire recording career, from their beginnings in 1966 to their experimentation with psychedelia just before their disbandment in 1969. She's Got You" - 2:17. Face to Face" - 2:43. Won't Come Back" - 2:44. It's the End" - 2:56. Passage to India" - 2:31. Mirror to Yesterday" - 2:54. Can You Hear Your Daddy's Footsteps" - 2:31

Genre: Pop. Released: 2019.

In Groups: Zakary Thaks. Variations: Viewing All Stan Moore. Moore, R. Moore, S. Moore, Stanley Moore. She's Got You The Zakary Thaks - She's Got You ‎(7", Single). J-Beck Records, JAX (4). NW 505. Europe. CDTOP 326. Zakary Thaks.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A She's Got You
Written-By – Chris Gerniottis, John Lopez , Pete Stinson, Rex Gregory , Stan Moore
B The Zakary Thaks Sing For Jax Beer (Commercial)
Written-By – Chris Gerniottis, John Lopez , Mike Taylor

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cicadelic Records
  • Licensed To – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Big Beat Records
  • Published By – Cicadelic Music


  • Producer – Carl Becker (tracks: A), Jack Salyers (tracks: A)


Both sides previously unissued J-Beck recordings

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 029667012171

User reviews
One of the greatest of the '60s Texas bands turn up with two previously unissued gems from the vaults. The A side is a premium grade slice of snarling garage punk while the B side is a real curiosity - a beer ad for Jax beer set the tune of Face To Face. It features a great spoken-word interlude by a woman extolling the virtues of the beer in question.