THE TYRANNIES - SHE'S A QUEEN


THE TYRANNIES - 'She's A Queen'/'Little Girl' (Watch Records 45-1903) June 1965

Not a great deal of information is known about The Tyrannies who put out this obscure folk rock gem in the Summer of 1965. According to Fuzz, Acid and Flowers they hailed from Abita Springs, Louisiana and this was their only release. Surprisingly, they don't get a mention in Barry Wickham's Price Guide?

'She's A Queen' is a minor key lament of a lost love. The singer has been dumped by his girl but to him she's still his Queen. You'll find this song on the compilation 'Class Of 66' but the flip and more uptempo folk rock jangler 'Little Girl' has been overlooked by compilers.

THE TYRANNIES - She's A Queen

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  1. Great great comeback with 60s delight ! ! !

    Well...a good track, i do remember also other good tunes from 66 class.

    Great Colin, keep it up ! !

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  2. The Tyrannies were a very good Garage band in the Covington, Louisiana area back in the 60s. The late Thurman Lytell was the leader of the band...:)

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