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ALPAY- YETKE (70s TURKISH PSYCH Label:PHARAWAY SOUNDS IIn Turkey, psychedelia wasnt just some fleeting fad. Fuzzed-out guitar shredding genuinely intersected with some of the goals of traditional folk & classical music. As a result, even former twist singers & folk balladeers explored some fascinating & wild territory. Meet Alpay, the soccer player turned lawyer turned singer who started matching local lyrics to Western arrangements even before the mid-60s countrywide battle of the bands concerts. These early 70s singles lay down doleful Anatolian melodies, and they're simply soaking in heavy & wah-ed out guitar solos. If you're ready to go beyond Baris & Erkin, this is the perfect spot. Remastered Sound, insert / booklet with liner notes by Angela Sawyer (Weirdo Records CD $10 SKU:19200
BREAD LOVE AND DREAMS - ST ( 60s folk psych) Label:HUGO MONTES The first, and perhaps the dreamiest album from these famed folk/psych purveyors (Decca, 1969), who include David McNiven (he wrote all the lyrics for the amazing Human Beast "Volume One" album), and Carolyn Davis from Looking Glass; flowery yet mournful stuff—fragile and introverted songs in minor keys reminiscent of no one— and all of high quality. CD $8 SKU:19195
FISCHER, MORGAN -Seasons + Look At Life (MOTT THE HOOPLE KEYBOARD PLAYER) -Label:VOICEPRINT Morgan Fisher is probably best known as the keyboard player with British rock band Mott The Hoople in the seventies. Prior to that however Morgan had tasted success with British pop band Love Affair and just prior to Mott The Hoople had led his own band simply called Morgan and also briefly been a member of avant-garde rock band the Third Ear Band. Following the departure of Mott The Hoople's front man Ian Hunter the band opted to continue shortening the name to Mott and bringing in a new vocalist and guitarist. When this didn't work out despite recording two excellent albums the band brought in former Medicine Head vocalist John Fiddler and changed their name once again to the British Lions. When this band fell apart after two albums Morgan set out on a solo career and recorded a couple of albums under the name of the Hybrid Kids. Following a short stint playing keyboards for Queen on the road Morgan set off on his travels and amongst the countries he travelled to was India. On his return he lived in a commune and decided to record an album there working with another member of the commune producer John Leckie who had worked with Simple Minds, Public Image and XTC and would go on to work in the future with the Stone Roses. This album was called Seasons and featured John Fiddler on vocals on two of the tracks alongside Morgan. Although the album has its roots in new age the music is decidedly world music although at the time of recording the term was not in popular use. The material on the album is also a homage to Morgan's sixties roots and contains interesting arrangements of such classics like Time of the Season, and Kites. In 1984 Morgan Fisher decided to move to Japan having visited the country and taking an immense liking to it. It was shortly after arriving there that he recorded the album Look At Life subtitled "ten instrumental responses to a beautiful world". While in Japan Morgan also came across two Brazilian musicians who also worked on the album giving some of the songs a pronounced Latin feel. One of the songs Erik is also a personal homage to one of Morgan's musical heroes. Erik Satie The cover of the album also bears the name "Veetdharm" which is the name his spiritual teacher gave him. These two special albums are now collected together on one release and have been remastered specially for this re-issue CD $8 SKU:19192
HENDRYX, NONA - ST (70 soul pop) Label:T BIRD Nona Hendryx was one third of the pop/soul act LaBelle; after LaBelle called it quits in 1976. Hendryx released her self-titled debut record, which was an amazingly strong amalgam of soul and hard rock. Wearing skin tight pants, black leather and brandishing a Bowie knife on the LP cover she announced her intentions loud and clear but neither record company or radio at that time knew what to do with this African American woman with a huge voice comfortable and capable of singing hard rock as well as soul music. So, as usual, they turned their backs on the record and it disappeared almost as quickly as it was released. Which is a shame, because it's a nasty, relentless chunk of hard-edged rock'n'soul that was just a bit ahead of its time. Nona worked with Talking Heads as back-up singer and fell in with a hip crowd of musicians and her association with David Byrne led to her working with Bill Laswell who helped her put together her second solo album. CD $8 SKU:19197
JAMES GANG - RIDES AGAIN (70s rock)Label:BGO Second album (1970)by the Cleveland, OH area’s own James Gang, featuring the many talents of future music biz big shot Joe Walsh. This was the first album after Dale Peters replaced Tom Kriss on bass. More to the point here, "Rides Again" includes the popular single ‘Funk #49’ as well as the band’s AOR classic ‘The Bomber. CD $10 SKU:19202
OCHS, PHIL -The Broadside Tapes 1 (60s)-Label:SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS Phil Ochs's unique emotion, topical humor, songwriting chops, and sophisticated political perspective are evident throughout these 1962–64 recordings. One of the most compelling voices of the 1960s, Ochs performed these 16 original songs mostly at the offices of Broadside so the magazine could capture their music and lyrics for print. (They're reproduced in the booklet insert.) It's a wonderful mix of tunes, including the whimsical 'Spaceman' and 'Christine Keeler'; 'Hazard, Kentucky,' 'Spanish Civil War Song,' and 'I Another Country' (written after the killing of Medgar Evers); the Beatles' 'I Shoulda Known Better' (a 1964 duet with Eric Andersen at the Village Gate); and the poignant 'Remember Me,' 'The Passing of My Life,' and 'That's the Way It's Gonna Be.' Leon Wieseltier of Washingtonian deemed Ochs to be "the most brilliant and serious and moving and funny singer of the '60s, the movement’s most intelligent contribution to American popular music." Ochs took as a model union organizer and songwriter Joe Hill, who said that "a pamphlet, no matter how good, is never read more than once, but a song is learned by heart and is repeated over and over." Folkways' impeccable sound and documentation does this artist proud, setting Ochs' work off as the treasure it is. CD $8 SKU:19199
PANDORA -Space Amazon (1970s glam proto punk) -Label:ARF ARF Erik Lindgren's Arf! Arf! Records is known for gathering the most obscure unreleased vintage tapes for historical purposes. (They're also known to have a giggle now and again; a couple of the label's supposedly vintage unreleased tapes are at least suspected to be by modern-day groups recording in note perfect re-creations of period styles.) Though most of the label's vintage tapes are from '60s era New England bands, given Lindgren's proximity and tastes, the 1997 release Space Amazon is actually a bunch of circa 1974 recordings by Pandora, a Cleveland, OH, band. The tapes were produced by Joe Battaglia, drummer for Cleveland metallurgists Granicus, and only the first two, the thumping "Space Amazon" and "Daze of Madness," were ever released, and even then only on a flexi-disc given away by a local magazine. The glammy songs have a heavy, proto-punk edge, as if the group were heavily into the Stooges and the first New York Dolls album, and the theatrical vocals and self-consciously "decadent" lyrics suggest a strong Bowie/T. Rex fixation as well. Fun stuff, no matter when it was recorded. (MUSIC EMPORIUM)proto punk) CD $8 SKU:19193
RIPPLE - Sons of the Gods (70s R&B /Funk/Soul)-Label:BIG BREAK Ripple were an interracial R&B/Funk/Soul group that came together in Michigan, Illinois in the early 1970’s. With their radio friendly funky sound, which could evoke Kool & The Gang and Stevie Wonder, Ripple first charted in 1973 while signed to GRC Records with the groove classic 'I Don’t Know What It Is, But It Sure Is Funky' which peaked at #11 R&B and #67 Pop and was featured on their eponymous debut album released in the same year. After hitting the upper reaches of the R&B singles chart throughout the middle of the 1970’s Ripple moved from GRC Records to the increasingly influential Salsoul Record label to record and release their second album, 'Sons of the Gods,' 1977. With Salsoul Records behind them Ripple were able to create a set of very strong dance grooves that more than stand up to the releases of many of their contemporaries of the time. The aptly titled ‘The Beat Goes On And On,’ a solid funky groove that continued the groups success on the Billboard R&B singles, was released as a single. Slick Afro/Latin percussion and smooth interplay between the horns, keyboards and guitar parts while lead singer Keith Samuels holds the R&B/Funk/Soul/Jazz/Disco melting pot together with his assured soulful vocals. Expertly re-mastered and complete with extensive liner notes and a bonus track. CD $10 SKU:19198
SHUSHA -Shusha + This is The Day (70s obscure Persian )Label:BGO With so much attention given to Iran’s female singers (Pari Zanganeh), it seemed natural to offer this disc, which contains two albums released in the UK in 1974. Shusha grew up in Iran, the daughter of a distinguished Shia theologian and Professor of Philosophy at University of Tehran. She was sent to Paris when she was only seventeen to study Oriental languages and philosophy; she also trained as an opera singer. In Paris she encountered artists, writers and poets such as Louis Aragon and Jean Paul Sartre. She was encouraged by Jacques Prévert to record albums of Persian folk songs, and subsequently chansons and old French songs. After marrying the writer and explorer Nicholas Guppy in 1961, she moved to London, where she became as fluent in English as she already was in Persian and French. Her first British LP release, in 1971, was an album of traditional Persian music, previously released in France. By this time, influenced by the Folk Revival, she began writing and singing some of her own songs, as well as covering the works of contemporary songwriters (including Captain Beefheart!). It's no wonder then that these two records contain an intriguing mixture, ranging from traditional Persian songs to jazz rock. Stellar backing musicians on the albums, too: John 'Rabbit' Bundrick, John Kirkpatrick, and BJ Cole, and engineered by 'John The Wood'. With influences ranging from medieval folk to Jacques Brel and Joan Baez, the albums have a lot to offer—good folky tracks with, at times, a Middle Eastern flavour. Other tracks, mostly on the second album, have a more west coast feeling. A bit of a gem, then CD $8 SKU:19196
TNT -Mod Psych Power Pop From Central PA-Label:ARF ARF Back in the early '70's TNT were covering The Choir, Left Banke, Creation, Moving Sidewalks and Chocolate Watch Band along with writing their own mod infected songs. On this CD there are 23 unreleased gems taken directly from original mastertapes, proving that Big Star, Raspberries and The Droogs weren't all alone in their original quest for glory. Super 28-page archival booklet. Features a very young Erik Lingren, many years before joining Mission of Burma’s Roger Miller and Martin Swope in Birdsongs of the Mesozoic. CD $8 SKU:19194
BEAUTIFUL DREAMS -Ember Sixties Pop: Volume 5, Ember Girls (66-69) Label:FANTASTIC VOYAGE The concluding chapter of the Ember Sixties Pop series, which covers the years 1966 to 1969, and compiles the releases of three fine female singers. The publicity conscious Ember boss Jeffrey Kruger saw an opportunity to promote supermodel Twiggy as a singer, and signed her to the label in 1966. Her two singles were written and produced by Tommy Scott, who had overseen Twinkle’s hits ‘Terry’ and ‘Golden Lights.’ At the time, the singles became huge hits in Japan, which resulted in Twiggy appearing at the Budokan Hall in Tokyo, not singing her songs but parading the latest fashions while a local group played Beatles covers as accompaniment! Linda Thorson was a television favorite as the glamorous sidekick on The Avengers TV series. Ember revealed the singing side of her talents via a deal in 1968 with singer-songwriter/producer Kenny Lynch. Lynch came up with four very commercial songs for the recording sessions: ‘Here I Am’ ‘Better Than Losing You,’ ‘A Bad Time To Stop Loving Me,’ and ‘I’ll Just Pick Up My Heart.’ Linda’s next Ember session occurred in May 1970 in Beverly Hills, so, for completeness sake, they have extended the timeline to present those three songs in this compilation. Julie Rogers, a powerful singer with stunning looks, shot to fame in 1964 when her second Philips single, ‘The Wedding’ was a transatlantic hit both in the UK and USA. Her next contract was signed with Ember in 1969. Two sets of sessions that year produced the fourteen tracks that made up her album “Once More With Feeling,” presented here in its entirety. All recordings are mastered from tapes and the booklet is illustrated with sleeve and label shots. The original Ember records are highly collectable: so you can’t beat these great beat and rock collections from the Ember vaults. Nice shrink-wrapped slip-case packaging COMP CD $8 SKU:19204
JOY/SELECT STORY - VA (60s treasures from teen pop top novelty!) Label:PRESIDENT A superb collection of artists on the Joy/Select Records label. Joy tried his hands at all sorts of musical styles - from teen pop to novelty, from soul to more. The CD features a fold-out booklet with in-depth sleeve notes and memorabilia. "Hal and Miriam Weiss launched the independent Joy Records in New York City in 1958, and before it ran its course in 1965, they had released 80 singles with the Joy logo and 35 with the Select subsidiary logo (which may have started out as “Selbon” Records) covering every genre from Polka to Folk and comedy/novelty, including those identified now as Soul, R&B, Pop, Doo-Wop and the Girl-Group Sound. Along the way, while always doing decently on a regional/local basis, they also chalked up some nationally-charting sides. Here from President Records you get these 26 sides with quite decent sound reproduction and a fold-out liner notes insert COMP CD $8 SKU:19203
TWO TIMING BABY -Ember Sixties Pop: Volume 2, 1961-1962Label:FANTASTIC EMBER In 1960, Jeffrey Kruger launched Ember Records as an independent, one of very few in the UK, where the majors held sway. Straight away, the label set about trying to break into the charts with many fine pop releases. The Ember Sixties Pop series compiles the best of those records. “Two Timing Baby” picks up the story from where Say When: Ember Sixties Pop Volume 1 (FVCD044) left off. Carter, Lewis & The Southerners first Ember single ‘Two Timing Baby’/’Will It Happen To Me’ features Joe Meek engineering, Geoff Goddard on piano, Albert Lee on guitar, Chas Hodges on bass and Bobby Graham on drums. The Meek connection continues with Mark Douglas only single: Joe produced ‘It Matters Not’/’Upside Down’ and Tornado Clem Cattini confirms he drums on both tracks. American songwriters Buddy Kaye and Phil Springer penned many hits, including ‘The Next Time’ for Cliff Richard. They brought several songs to Ember and Grant Tracy was the adaptable vocalist on ‘The Great Matchmaker’/’The Tears Came Rolling Down’ and the follow-up flip ‘Taming Tigers.’ Other beneficiaries of the prolific Kaye and Springer were Johnny Carson (‘Are You Anyone s Girl’/’Teenage Bachelor’ and, again, ‘The Tears Came Rolling Down’) and Sandra Gale (‘Hello Heartache’/’If She s Right For You’) who had been girl singer with the Ray Ellington Quartet, joining Ember when Ellington did. Kruger chose the songs for Lita Roza’s single with the aim of moving her sound towards pop and rock n roll, and she turns in fine performances on ‘Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean)’/’(He s My) Dreamboat,’ aided by a driving band led by Tony Crombie. Brooklyn-born Kerry Adams recorded her single in New York, conducted by future soul giant Jerry Ragovoy. The Dale Sisters cute harmonies are evident on their second Ember single, ‘Road To Love’/’Secrets.’ Tommy Sanderson’s second Ember 45 combined trad-jazz ‘Ding Dong Rag’ with groovy ‘Piano A Go Go,’ which would have made a great theme for a TV detective show. Many of these original singles are highly collectable (mint copies of Mark Douglas are valued at £75, Carter, Lewis & The Southerners at £50 and Lita Roza at £30). Subsequent volumes will carry the story through to the end of the sixties, with further sought after tracks included. The series is complemented by compilations devoted to beat and rock from the Ember vaults. Recordings are mastered from tape, where available, and booklets illustrated with sleeve and label shots. Nice shrink-wrapped slip-case packaging. COMP CD $8 SKU:19205
B GIRLS- HOT PINK Label:BOMP BAD not EVIL’ is The ‘B’ Girls first full-length Vinyl release It includes the band’s only single on Bomp!, plus studio recordings from1977 up to 1981, and two live tracks. The songs are produced by Debbie Harry of Blondie, Mick Jones of The Clash, Craig Leon (The Ramones, Blondie, Richard Hell, Suicide, The Zeros), Liam Sternberg (Rachel Sweet, Kirsty McColl, The Bangles), Bob Segarini (The Wackers) and The ‘B’ Girls, with engineer Robin Brouwers (Teenage Head). Peter J. Moore restored and digitally re-mastered all tracks. LP $20 SKU:19008
NIKKI AND THE CORVETTES - ST (60s style powerpop goddesses w Peter James of the ROMANTICS ) LTD ED OF 150 on RED VINYL! -Label:BOMP Records Repress on Groovy clear red vinyl! Garage pop goddesses. The band was always in top form, led by ex-Romantic Peter James. This LP, from 1980, is their testament. LP $16 SKU:16217
OLIVE, BRIAN - Two Of Everything(Prod by Dan of the Black Keys) Label:ALIVE Ex-Greenhornes guitarist & Soledad Brothers) This is in our "WHY ISNT THIS GUY #1 ON THE CHARTS !" category. Get it, dont make me come over there!
Following his 2009 self-titled debut , which was praised for skillfully blending soulful R&B with raunchy garage and psychedelia, Brian Olive takes us further on his latest full length “Two Of Everything”. Listeners will recognize a number of musical touchstones here (Night Tripper era Dr. John, Exuma, early Funkadelic, Canned Heat, West Coast psych, etc…) but the end result is completely Olive’s own, an insanely dynamic, soulful , psychedelically-rich summer album perfect for intergalactic flight, night visions, or voodoo rituals. The Black Keys at The Diamonds in Cincinnati, and Easy Eye Sound in Nashville and features a revolving cast of talent including long time right hand man Mike Weinel, Detroit psychedelic caveman David Shettler (SSM, the Sights), Daniel Allaire (Darker My Love), Jared McKinney (Greenhornes), and with Courtney Jaye, Leisa Han, Kari Kragness, and Sarah Benn on backing vocals. The hauntingly beautiful artwork is by Laura Dolan. LP $15 SKU:16918
NERVES -Live At The Pirate's Cove, Cleveland OH, May 26th 1977 PINK ltd ed w. inner sleeve Label:ALIVE Remastered from an analog tape recently discovered by Jack Lee in an unmarked box, this 1977 previously unreleased performance showcases the trio live in Cleveland during their infamous Magic Blistering Tour.Remastered from an analog tape recently discovered by Jack Lee in an unmarked box, Comes with INNER SLEEVE featuring a collage with Nerves MEMORABILIA, RARE PHOTOS, NOTES by Jack Lee, and Paul Collins original TOUR DIARY entry related to the show. his 1977 previously unreleased performance showcases the trio live in Cleveland during their infamous Magic Blistering Tour.All the classics are here, "Hanging On The Telephone," "Walking Out On Love," "When You Find Out," "Stand Up And Take A Good Look," etc, all delivered with blistering energy in front of a small audience of enlightened scensters that included Dave Thomas of Pere Ubu, and with Devo as the opening band.
This is a VINYL ONLY release on PINK and YELLOW VINYL, LTD. EDITIONS.
"A time when a band could rankle fellow too-tough punk scenesters by simply covering the Beatles." - CMJ "You can still feel their adrenaline three decades on." - UncutComes with INNER SLEEVE featuring a collage with Nerves MEMORABILIA, RARE PHOTOS, NOTES by Jack Lee, and Paul Collins original TOUR DIARY entry related to the show.All the classics are here, "Hanging On The Telephone," "Walking Out On Love," "When You Find Out," "Stand Up And Take A Good Look," etc, all delivered with blistering energy in front of a small audience of enlightened scensters that included Dave Thomas of Pere Ubu, and with Devo as the opening band.LP $16 SKU:10746
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MYRCHENTS -INDEFINITE INHIBITION (rare U.S. 60s garage ) SALE - Label:MUSICOL BW / ALL AROUND YOU Possibly from Columbus Ohio but unknown to us beyond that. This is their first 45 from 1967 and is the pearl amongst the swine. All downstroked guitar and snotty vocals, this verges on the inept, but stays on the right side of moronic. Uptempo with jagged guitars, a rudimentary beat is the order of the day, and like all great platters like this, is best served raw. 45 RPM $14 SKU:14411
MYSTIC BREW -DON'T YOU WANT TO STAY (RUSSIAN 60s garage style)Label:SOUNDFLAT MYSTIC BREW is a five piece band from Samara, Russia influenced by '60s garage and psychedelic obscurities. These young garage purveyors were infected with '60s sounds in their teenage years already and ever since they have been enjoying the sounds of bands like THE SEEDS, THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR ELEVATORS, THE MUSIC MACHINE, THE VELVET UNDERGROUND and also the '80s garage revival with huge passion. 45 RPM $8 SKU:17955
NERVEBREAKERS - I Wanna Kill You / They Were Doing the Pogo COLOR VINY Legendary 70s punkers - Label:GET HIP Legendary Texas first generation seventies punk rockers the Nervebreakers reunited in 2007. This brand new single features an original 1977 alternate track from their latest Get Hip LP “Hijack The Radio” while the B-side premieres "They Were Doin' The Pogo" 45 RPM $7 SKU:16494
SWAMPGAS -ST(1972) Label:Skyf Zol First discovered while opening for the Grateful Dead, Long Island quartet Swampgas were taken under the wing of producer Artie Kornfeld (Wind In The Willows, Woodstock co-conspirator) and set about recording an LP. Due to financial difficulties the album was held up a year, and finally given a cursory release in 1972 (Buddah BDS 5102), by which time the disillusioned band has already broken up. Listening to their sole artifact now, one immediately notices the loose, rural southern-esque vibe considering their northern roots, and the inventive guitarwork of main songwriter Baird Hersey, who continues to make music today as leader of the overtone singing ensemble Prana. CD $10 SKU:19042
ZOOT MONEY-Transition (LOST 70S PSYCH GEM)-Label:RIGHTEOUS An excellent album! Featuring the same players who were in the Big Roll Band (including future Police guitarist Andy Summers) on all tracks, Zoot Money came up with this tip-top set, which has soulful ballads, up-tempo mod material and a couple of dreamy sitar numbers written by Summers; 'Soma' inspired Summers and Money to push the boundaries and encouraged the band to wig out further, and in a state of psyche-pop bliss, they decided they were so far out of the Big Roll Band sound that they should change their name to Dantalian's Chariot. They played shows with the Pink Floyd and featured a couple of the tracks from “Transition” in stranger incarnations; Dantalion’s became a cult classic in the process, but turned their existing mod following off and failed to ignite. After the Dantalion hiatus, “Transition” was finally released (in 1968) on the Direction label; by that time, the mods had embraced the psychedelic bug and the album slipped into obscurity, and became one of those buried treasures that is talked of but seldom actually even seen. Finally, this lost gem has made it to CD. Remastered from the original quarter inch tapes, with all of its glorious sweeping sounds, aching vocals and groovy upbeat tunes intact, it's the epitome of cool. CD $8 SKU:19014
BORN BAD - Volume 6(60s garage ala Songs the Cramps Taught Us )- Label:BORN BAD This series of cds is patterned after the "Songs The Cramps Taught Us"series.In fact it mentions this in the cd liner notes.If your not familiar with the cds,they are a compilation of garage,trash rock,rock & roll and rockabilly.Tracks on site . COMP CD $14 SKU:10925
BROWN ACID- THE FIRST TRIP (60S PSYCH RARITIES)-Label:RIDING EASY A series of compilations of 60s and 70s bands Wikipedia doesn't even know about—but absolutely influenced the sound and direction of your favorite doom, heavy psych, stoner, sludge, and straight up, no-frills rock 'n' roll bands, without ever making a dime. From Flash Beverage to Cold Swett, this compilation will transport you to a time when only two things mattered: the music and the mojo.Kick back and take the trip, but still, don't take the brown acid.
CLEAR ORANGE VINYL VERSION! A solid set of unknown hits! Hearing this LP you won't believe this material failed to make an impression back in the psychedelic era. But now, in 2015, 'Brown Acid: The First Trip' gives these long-lost gems their well deserved moment to shine. COMP CD $10 SKU:18529
BROWN ACID- THE SECOND TRIP (60S PSYCH RARITIES) Label:RIDING EASY A series of compilations of 60s and 70s bands Wikipedia doesn't even know about—but absolutely influenced the sound and direction of your favorite doom, heavy psych, stoner, sludge, and straight up, no-frills rock 'n' roll bands, without ever making a dime. From Flash Beverage to Cold Swett, this compilation will transport you to a time when only two things mattered: the music and the mojo.Kick back and take the trip, but still, don't take the brown acid. COMP CD $10 SKU:18530
BROWN ACID- THE THIRD TRIP (60S PSYCH RARITIES)-Label:RIDING EASY A series of compilations of 60s and 70s bands Wikipedia doesn't even know about—but absolutely influenced the sound and direction of your favorite doom, heavy psych, stoner, sludge, and straight up, no-frills rock 'n' roll bands, without ever making a dime. From Flash Beverage to Cold Swett, this compilation will transport you to a time when only two things mattered: the music and the mojo.Kick back and take the trip, but still, don't take the brown acid. COMP CD $10 SKU:18531
CORNFLAKE ZOO:EpisodeFOUR-Dustin E Presents (obscure psych)Label:PARTICLES A delightful collection of juvenile absurdities and oddities from the late(r) '60s and early '70s beat, garage and psych scenes of a.o. Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, Uruguay and Switzerland. The 20-page full-colour booklet provIdes background info and rare pix. COMP CD $14 SKU:18136
CRY OF ATLANTIS- North Country Scene 58-67 Vol 2-Label:BACCHUS Drilled barcode promo copy, otherwise like new. a companion to 2004’s critically acclaimed “Heart So Cold: The North Country ‘60s Scene” on Bacchus Archives. This release features more cuts from the legendary Rondack Records out of Plattsburgh, New York as well as numerous tracks on the esteemed Melbourne label and a host of independent companies. THE VISTAS, from Burlington, Vermont, deliver British-inspired delirium in the guise of “She Turns Me On” and “Don’t Know” plus a handful of unreleased tracks, including their proposed third single – “No More Time” b/w “I Want You” – that has sat in the can until now! Vermont also antes up stone cold killers by the mythic MOTT’S MEN, THE KON-TAKS, THE CHOSEN FEW and FREDDIE & THE FREELOADERS. Plattsburgh offers unreleased tracks by THE THUNDERBOLTS and THE INMATES. Rondack songs by SHAWN & THE SUNNYS, THE TYROS, THE CORVETS and THE PERSUADERS (who are acknowledged on their classic title cut) make their first appearance on CD and LP as well. A true cross-section of a decade, “Cry Of Atlantis: The North Country Scene Volume II ’58-’67” presents rockabilly, instrumentals, garage stompers, ballads, frat rockers and nascent psychedelia. Compiled and annotated by Ugly Things’ Will Shade, the 18 tracks on this new collection pick up where volume one left off. COMP CD $3 SKU:17618
ELECTRIC PSYCHEDELIC SITAR HEADSWIRLERS - VA Vol6 LAST COPIES(60s Psych ) -Label:PURPLE LANTERN Volume 6 of the series features psych & folk tracks with sitar by 60s/70s artists including: Tomorrow, Family, Magna Carta, 3 Hur-El, Mystic Astrologic Crystal Band, Joseph, The David, The Shiny Gnomes and more. COMP CD $5 SKU:12879
ELECTRIC PSYCHEDELIC SITAR HEADSWIRLERS - 5 CD Box Set Vol 1- 5 (w packed booklet and rare photos! 60s psych ) MASSIVE 97 TRACK COLLECTION !Label:PAST & PRESENT Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream with this deluxe 5CD compilation of Eastern-tinged rock, pop and folk from the hippie heyday of the late '60s and early '70s. Featuring acts from both sides of the Atlantic, as well as India, Germany, Sweden, Holland, Australia and elsewhere, the package comes complete with a packed booklet offering background information and rare pictures of the artists represented, making the set an essential trip back to psychedelia's incense-shrouded golden age. Features volumes 1-5 of the compilation series originally released by Purple Lantern Records in a numbered limited edition. TRACKLISTINGS ON SITE COMP CD $49 SKU:12561
MORNING DEW - ST DOUBLE LP (60s rare psych) -Label:LION Morning Dew have been psych collector faves for ages. Their sole release, "At Last" (much like the Morgen album on Probe) becomes more obviously crucial with each passing year. After recording their legendary album for Roulette in 1969, Morning Dew headed back to Topeka feeling good about their prospects. But Roulette had problems. They did finally release "At Last" late in 1970... and marketed it so well it became a psychedelic rarity and a cult favorite. Even so, Morning Dew's producer at Roulette urged the band to record a demo of songs for a second album. They went to a local studio in August 1970 and blasted out eight songs, bolstered by new recruit Ferdy Baumgart's Hammond B3. Band leader Mal Robinson also made acoustic two-track recordings in his basement: new songs, plus others from the Morning Dew repertoire—just vocal and guitar. The band gigged while Roulette and it's honcho Morris Levy withered under scrutiny by law enforcement. A second album came to nothing. Still under contract with Roulette and still dealing with broken promises, burnt out and broke, Morning Dew disbanded in June, 1971. But those demos... they need to be heard. That's where we come in. Two records, chock full of your new favorite Morning Dew songs, plus solo acoustic versions of band classics like the monumental 'Crusader's Smile,' alternates, and more, most of which is previously unreleased.
One more thing: all of this material is making its vinyl debut.•Taken from original tapes•Small press run of 500x copies, housed in a deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket•Luscious four panel color insert includes liner notes by Morning Dew songwriter Mal Robinson + lyrics LP $29 SKU:18280
NERVEBREAKERS - Hijack the Radio 180 gram (70s) Label:RAVE UP An anthology of mid to late 70s studio recordings, some of which ended up on the Nervebreakers' late-70's 7" vinyl releases on Wild Child Records, some on the 1979 Texas punk LP compilation Are We Too Late For The Trend? (ESR Records), some on a volume of Italian label Rave Up Records series of American Lost Punk Rock Nuggets, and others that have up-to-now never been publicly released. LP $14 SKU:10760
NERVEBREAKERS - We Want Everything 180 gram (Texas 70s punk ) -Label:GET HIP Hailing from Dallas, the Nervebreakers first got together in 1973, but didn’t take off until the mid-’70s punk movement started to affect most larger urban areas of the US. Nervebreakers quickly rose to the top of the pack in Dallas releasing three singles which are now hard to find. This album was recorded in 1980 and was to have been their debut LP. The reissue on Get Hip has been remastered and is finally out on vinyl again on 180-gram wax! LP $14 SKU:11535
NIGHTSTICK-BLOTTER - COLOR VINYL(HEAVY STONER PSYCH 1995) Label:ARMAGEDDON A Heavy psychedelic bummer rock masterpiece from 1995. Six loud and pummelling transmissions from the streets of Weymouth directly to your skull. A sonic boot to the head. SIEGE drummer Robert Williams powers this sonic trip through some extremely heavy territory. Pink Floyd meets Flipper under a collapsing bridge, Lydia Lunch meets the Brainbombs and they take acid together, Black Sabbath meets Funkadelic while Kilslug throws empty beer bottles at them both. We file this in the "fucked up music" category alongside Flipper, Brainbombs, Kilslug, Drunks With Guns. If SIEGE's Grim Reaper was ever to be completely extended to band status, this is it. You will either be on board for this trip, or you will not be. We are definitely on the boat.Some words on Blotter: "I was at Armageddon Shop in Providence again the other day and once again they were playing something that caught my ear. This time it was NIGHTSTICK. Slow, super fuzzed out, distorted stoner rock with LOTS of feedback! The first track on the CD is basically a 10 minute distorted bass solo, but the rest of the band kicks in after about 5 minutes of fuzz for the chorus part. Super Noizy. Super Awesome." vinylnoize dot comLP $16 SKU:18668
NITE JEWEL- It Goes Through Your Head LTD ED ( 80s pop R&B STYLE)Label:MEXICAN SUMMER 2011 repress. "The music of Ramona Gonzalez (you know her better as Nite Jewel) brings to mind the days of Teen Steam--a restless, infectious R&B beat, a voice you can sing along to, a positive outlook that sympathizes with your troubles and helps you to dance them away. With a melody like the one found on It Goes Through Your Head, you're going to find that it'll stay there as well, bridging a pop sensibility beginning with Cyndi Lauper, continuing on through '80s pop R&B like Expose and The Jets, and ending with Ms. Gonzalez's winning charm and tremendous voice. Remixes by DaM-Funk and the Samps on the flip side reinforce the inherent danceability in these exclusive tunes. Play this record, then get out, get organized and do something awesome today!" Hand-numbered limited edition of 1000 copies. LP $10 SKU:12890
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MARTIN, RONNIE - BABY YOU'RE MINE (killer great garage unknown!)Label:BILLIE FRAN Killer Texas rockin' club hit. Who are these guys? Dunno, who's Ronnie Martin? God knows. Where are they from? Probably Texas but who gives a hoot. When was this released? Who cares. What does it sound like? A great garage unknown. 45 RPM $10 SKU:14354
MONDAY, FLORIAN & HIS MONDOS -I'M CRYING (GARAGE PUNK)-Label:NORTON BW / RIP IT, RIP IT UP- Double A-sider from the king of all garage punkdom, Sir Florian Monday! Every day is Monday when you take this sucker for a spin. FLORIAN MONDAY FOREVER! 45 RPM $8 SKU:18150
MONKS- Complication/Oh-How to Do Now-Label:PLAY LOUD! PRODUCTIONS (GERMANY) 2009 reissue. First official authorized reissue of Complication/Oh-How To Do Now by legendary avant-garde rockers Monks, originally released by International Polydor Production in 1966. Original artwork. Original master sound. 45 RPM $12 SKU:16958
MOR-LOKS- ELAINE(Florida 60s garage) Label:LOKS BW /THERE GOES LIFE Florida garage band. Rockin' jiver. Club hit. 1st label. The band's first 45 A side pulsates along with a tuff rockin guitar willfully stamped all over it. It tips it's hat to the Blue Caps Cliff Gallup. Flip this puppy on it's back and you get a mean moody melancholic teen jangler with fab echoed vocals and cake biscuit tin drums. Genius. 45 RPM $12 SKU:14545
OLIVES HAIRY CUSTARD- Original Flavour (PIC SLV Television Personalities related - sALE -Label:HOLLOW PLANET IMPORT After leaving Television Personalities in mid-1994, Jowe was a member of the band Olive's Hairy Custard. This 4 song EP released on Hollow Planet includes the tracks: Not A Song / Sylvester Road / Cream Of The Crop / Big Chunks. 45 RPM $4 SKU:9272
ONES, THE - Short Dress plus CD and buttons - Volume 1 180 gram (60S U.S. GARAGE ) -Label:RERUN / Tightrop A newly remastered vinyl reissue of the nearly impossible to find “Short Dress” b/w “Tightrope” 45 from 1980 in a limited pressing of 500 copies on thick, black vinyl. It comes in a full-color glued pocket sleeve with an insert featuring liner notes by band leader Clancy Carroll and previously unpublished photos. Available only as part of the Ones SET with the CD and two buttons. The set includes the CD (in a standard jewel case), limited 7” and two 1” pin-back buttons with the Ones and Ozone logos. The set comes packaged as one unit in a 7” sized, flapped poly bag. 45 RPM $12 SKU:15877
OUR LOVE WILL DESTROY THE WORLD - Polished Glass Autobahn DRONE METAL -Label:DIRTY KNOBBY 18573 45 RPM $3 SKU:18573
OUTCASTS- I'm In Pittsburgh And It's Raining ( classic Pebbles Volume One fuzzpunk Texas monster) -Label:ASKEL B/W / Route 66 - Utterly classic Pebbles Volume One fuzzpunk Texas monster b/w cool teen take on an inspired-by-the-Stones version. Repro 7" Single 45 RPM $10 SKU:15302
OUTSIDERS-I Love Her Still, I Always Will (1967 LIVE EP w pic slv)-Label: PSEUDONYM 3 track live EP recorded in 1967 at the height of there career. EP is housed in amazing picture sleeve 45 RPM $12 SKU:16285
EL PASO ROCK - Vol 7 Terry Manning and the Wild Ones ( early 60’s Southwest ) -Label:NORTON Legendary producer Terry Manning grew up in El Paso, with his eyes and ears glued on his hero Bobby Fuller. Steeped and stewed in local rock n’ roll sounds, Terry, and his teenage garage combo the Wild Ones, recorded their version of the burgeoning early 60’s Southwest ruckus. Terry came across this lost tape box recently and brought it home to Norton to hitch another piece onto the expanding El Paso rock n’ roll puzzle. CD $12 SKU:15207
BIG LIZARD STOMP - VA Volume 2: Teen Trash from Psychedelic Tokyo '66-'69 ( rare 60s Japanese garage psych -full color booklet and background notes )-Label:BAMBOO (UK) - Bamboo reissues on CD this classic Japanese garage rock compilation -- out of print for 20 years. Features artists such as The Golden Cups, The Jaguars, The Spiders, and more. Includes background notes and photos. "This compilation makes great listening for '60s garage band mavens or lovers of audio perversion." --All Music Guide COMP CD $16 SKU:15728
CORNFLAKE ZOO:Episode One -Dustin E Presents (obscure psych)Label:PARTICLES From the minds behind Piccadilly Sunshine, Mixed Up Minds, Electric Asylum, Upside Down, Velvet Revolutions, Beatfreak and The Electric Sound Show, Particles present: Dustin E's...Cornflake Zoo. Join in the glorious pursuit of seeking obscure, vintage psychedelic pop. There is no better joy known to man than harking back to an era where an abundance of melodies and psychedelic gestures unfold. This then, is the first leap into that world where rules are broken, but standards are observed. Heavenly delights from Holland, Germany, America, England, Canada, Poland, Brazil and the Pyrenees collide in a captivating collection all presented with a loving touch of restoration and mastery and utterly absurd and contemptuous liners. Complete with a plethora of original, archival imagery, no lack of no-use and a simple (minded) narrative, what more could you ask? Features: Casey Jones and The Governors, David, Baby Py Grandmother, Jay Jays, The Toxic, Blues Section, John Winfields, Los Iberos, Hearts and Flowers, Juan And Junior, Wallace Collection, Tages, Octopus 4, Ro-D-Ys, The Klan, Boudewijn De Groot and Roeks Family. COMP CD $14 SKU:17741
CURIOSITY SHOP -VOL 4 A Rare Collection of Aural Antiquities and Objets d'Art: Volume Four 1966-1969Label:PARTICLES Particles present Volume Four in their Curiosity Shop series. A colorful collection of obscured and exuberant pop nuggets recorded in the British psychedelic period when the world was changing color. Curiosity Shop Volume Four provides an insight into the changing times with an illustrious soundtrack to furnish the senses. Includes a 20-page full color booklet, comprehensive liner notes and rare color photographs. Features:Tony Hazzard, The Candlelight, The Stoics, Opal Butterfly, Barry Benson, Zion De Gallier, Bruno, David And Jonathan, Jon Ledingham, Bill Kenwright, Mick Softley, Art Nouveaux, West Coast Consortium, Carri Chase, Garry And Gary, Ottilie Patterson, Glyn Johns and Joe Brown. COMP CD $15 SKU:17924
ELECTRIC ASYLUM - Vol 5 (Rock Hard British Freakrock ) SAALE Label:PAST AND PRESENT UK hard rock, glam rock, early progressive rock, and a few tunes that defy convenient generic classification. Even the lesser tracks are enjoyably curious in the manner of the best British rock of the mid-1970s, and this is compelling in a way the more psych-oriented volumes in this series were not (if only because this stuff hasn't been anthologized with the same alacrity as freakbeat). The Electric Asylum Vol. 5 is weird and wild fun -- lace up your paisley boots and check it out COMP CD $12 SKU:11729
MOTHS- ST ( UK underground hippie acid-folk 1970)LAST ONE -Label:GUERSSEN RECORDS (SPAIN) UK underground hippie acid-folk from 1970, originally released as a micro-pressing of less than 30 copies on the collectable Deroy custom label. Mellow atmosphere with acoustic guitars, flute, bongos, bass and refreshing, sincere vocals. A few self-penned tracks plus some amazing & haunting covers of people like Incredible String Band, David Ackles, Dylan, Tim Buckley, Bert Jansch. Rated with the maximum rarity on Hans Pokora’s “3001 Record Collecting Dreams”. Remastered sound, insert with liner notes and photos. New cover design (the original album came in a plain white sleeve). “…Enchanting atmosphere and fragrant mellow vibes. Soft vocals, vivid earthy use of bongoes, and haunting flutes possess the LP in its entirety. The vocals throughout are subdued, laid-back beyond mellow...folk lost in a sleepy haze, for the beach on a warm summer's night...comforting diffused light hazily pulls the listener into dreamscapes where flutes softly cut swathes through mists with doleful but captivating sounds, crystalline clarity of sound...One of the rarest, obscurest UK releases” – Stephen Smith (Progressive Music) LP $22 SKU:16280
MOTIONS - Wasted Words,The Havoc 45S(60s Dutch)- Label:PSEUDONYM RECORDS (NETHERLANDS) When The Motions crashed into the Dutch charts at the beginning of 1965 with Its Gone, they opened the floodgates for a tidal wave of young Dutch bands. Few of them, though, could match the pure excitement etched into the grooves of The Motions 1965-66 singles, featuring the definitive lineup of singer Rudy Bennett, songwriter/guitarist Robbie van Leeuwen, bass player Henk Smitskamp and drummer Sieb Warner. That magnificent procession of songs is laid out for all to hear in dynamically remastered sound on Wasted Words: The HAVOC 45s. The raw, frenetic thrash of Its Gone and We Fell In Love, vibrant, mournful laments like Ive Got Misery, For Another Man and Ill Follow The Sun, the stark socially-conscious folk-rock of Wasted Words, the explosive freakbeat of Everything Thats Mine and the sophisticated pop balladry of My Love Is Growing - all written by master songsmith (and future Shocking Blue mastermind) Robbie van Leeuwen. The latter song so impressed co-producer Scott Walker that he recorded it with the Walker Brothers. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl, Wasted Words features a top quality 350 gram carton gatefold sleeve featuring rare photos and all of the original picture sleeve artwork. LP $24 SKU:14504
MOTT THE HOOPLE - All The Young Dudes - RED VINYL LTD (70s gram) -Label:DRASTIC PLASTIC Best known for the song “All the Young Dudes” (written for the band by David Bowie), Mott the Hoople scored with their 1972 album of the same name. With a foundation in R&B, they became quite popular in the ’70s glam scene.Their fifth studio album, All the Young Dudes, is considered a pivotal moment in the band’s career. Though Mott the Hoople was heading toward a breakup at the time, Bowie penned the album’s titular song and produced the record, making Mott the Hoople relevant again in the glam rock era. LP $24 SKU:16209
MOVE- Shazam (1970) 180 GRAM- Label:MUSIC ON VINYL Reissue on 180-gram vinyl. 'Shazam' is the second album by The Move, originally released in the UK in February 1970. The album functioned as a bridge between the band's quirky late '60s pop singles and the progressive, long-form style of Roy Wood's next project, the Electric Light Orchestra. It was the last Move album to feature the group's original lead vocalist, Carl Wayne. LP $24 SKU:17948
MR. ALBERT SHOW - Strange Story DBL LP 180 gram -Label:PSEUDONYM The Eindhoven-based Mr. Albert Show may be considered one of the ultimate Dutch jam bands of the late sixties, combining elements from rhythm & blues, rock, soul and psychedelia. The five-piece, led by saxophone player Bertus Borgers (later a member of highly rated bands s.a. Sweet d'Buster, Golden Earring, Groove Express) was truly a sensation for anyone who witnessed one of their gigs in the period 1969-1973. The band recorded two albums, both of which now fetch high prices amongst international record collectors. This double-LP, pressed on 180-gram audiophile vinyl, features excellent sounding highlights (remastered from the original tapes!) from their farewell live-show, that took place in their hometown in 1973. Includes are renditions of band classics s.a. 'Electronic Baby' and 'Let It All Hang Out', as well as cover versions of 'Can't Find My Way Home' (Steve Winwood), the classic Beatles-song 'Things We Said Today' and the Stones-original 'Jumpin Jack Flash'. This release is presented in a great, heavy gatefold sleeve with artwork by well known cartoonist Joost Swarte, and including rare photos and liner notes by Wouter Bessels. LP $29 SKU:15970
NEW DAWN- There's A New Dawn (rare 60s psych reissue ) -Label:JACKPOT RECORDS COLOR Vinyl reissue of an obscure psych album from Oregon, 1970, which by now has gained cult status among collectors world wide. 'There's A New Dawn' offers haunting sounds, with Dan Bazzy's intense vocals, fuzz guitar and minor chord organ dirges. Also included are three previously unreleased 1971 demos and a live track from a 2008 band reunion. LP $16 SKU:14247
NEW RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE- The Adventures of Panama Red STONER ROCK)-Label:REAL GONE MUSIC If there was ever any doubt that the New Riders of the Purple Sage were the ultimate hippie country rock band -- and having had Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead as early members meant that there wasn't much -- The Adventures of Panama Red put them to rest. This 1973 album's loosely connected tall tales of drug culture, complete with the album's underground comic book graphics, ensured that this gatefold record was a long-time dorm room favorite for separating out those stems and seeds. But Panama Red (their only gold record) had a lot more going for it than just countercultural kicks -- the band, by now consisting of John Dawson, David Nelson, Dave Torbert, pedal steel ace Buddy Cage and Jefferson Airplane drummer Spencer Dryden -- was much tighter than any outfit this stoned had a right to be, and with songwriting contributions from Peter Rowan (the hit 'Panama Red' and 'Lonesome L.A. Cowboy') and Robert Hunter ('Kick in the Head') as well as from the band's own fine tunesmiths in Dawson and Torbert, the songs were of a uniformly high quality. Production by multi-instrumentalist Norbert Putnam, charts by the Memphis Horns and vocal contributions by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Donna Godchaux helped enshrine this record as one of the finest country-rock outings of the '70s. Now, Real Gone Music is reissuing this classic album for the first time on vinyl, remastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in NYC and lacquer cut by Kevin Gray, with a limited edition pressing of 1000 in -- what else? -- purple vinyl, with the original gatefold album and inner sleeve graphics (with lyrics) intact. Time to add to your stash of essential '70s vinyl!" LP $24 SKU:16793
NOMADS-Stagger in the Snow -covers of The Sonics, The Cramps, 13th Floor Elevators, The Kinks... ultra wild stuff.150 gram w liners 2LP-Label:BANG! RECORDS (Spain) Remastered sound; includes liner notes. 150-gram vinyl in gatefold sleeve; limited to 500 copies. This is the first reissue of The Nomads' 1984 cassette Stagger in the Snow, originally released in Sweden in 1984; only available for impossible second-hand prices ever since. Beware -- this is by far the wildest and rawest sound of The Nomads, as they were in 1984. 29 tracks including covers of The Sonics, The Cramps, 13th Floor Elevators, The Kinks... ultra wild stuff. LP $26 SKU:17203
OBERON - Midsummer ( Brit hippie psych 1971 ) fold-out insert with extensive liner notes and rare pictures - Label:SOMMOR RECORDS (SPAIN) Sommor presents the first ever legitimate reissue of Oberon's A Midsummer's Night Dream, one the rarest psych-folk albums from the UK, originally released in 1971 in a private edition of 99 copies. Oberon consisted of seven young musicians who met while studying at Radley College in Oxford. Drawing upon such influences as Fairport Convention, The Pentangle, King Crimson, The Incredible String Band, and Sandy Denny, the group created a stunning piece of progressive folk. Fantastic sound and recording quality, killer flute, guitar, violin, haunting vocals, and medieval atmosphere. Now digitally remastered by band member and sound engineer Jeremy Birchall, the record sounds better than ever. Includes fold-out insert with extensive liner notes and rare pictures. LP $24 SKU:16380
ONE ENSEMBLE - Wayward the Fouth ( ltd ed of 300, psych pop ) SAALE IMPORT - Label:DAFFODELI LIMITED EDITION 300 COPIES VINYL VERSION. DUTCH IMPORT
Influences range from the classic pop-psychedelia of Robert Wyatt to the deep experimental drone of Third Ear Band. LP $14 SKU:6589
OS TARTAROS-The First Portuguese Surf Garage Band -Label:GROOVIE In the early 1960s, when rock n roll started dying in Portugal, a new trend was already here. Hailing from the UK and headed by Cliff Richard, fast upstaged by his supporting band The Shadows, this would be the first British Invasion. An entire generation quickly fell under its influence and all across the country dozens of bands were formed, playing rock-based guitar-driven instrumental songs with catchy tunes that were often adaptations of traditional songs. Like the Killer surf garage tune 'Tartária', maybe one the wildest surf tune record in Europe in that era. Oblivious to what was happening abroad, the Portuguese press dubbed them Shadows-influenced instrumental bands. This was the context in which Os Tártaros were formed in an Oporto garage. Featuring Joaquim Gualter on lead guitar, Alberto Abreu on rhythm guitar and keyboards, Hernâni de Melo on bass and harmonica, and Eduardo Alves on drums, the band began touring the country, performing in associations, fairs, and festivals. The early 60s explosion of Shadows-influenced bands grew substantially stronger when The Beatles came onboard and also benefited from the charitable actions of one man, Gouveia Machado, the owner of a musical instrument store who let young people pay for their guitars and drums by installments. From 1964 onwards, with the advent of new influences and instruments, hundreds of bands followed, not just in Lisbon and Oporto but all across Portugal. Some of the tracks were included in the fabulous compilations, PORTUGUESE NUGGETS, this LP is more than a anthology of all their material, its a historical document from a band that ran against their fate in a time when playing in a rock band, under the Portuguese dictatorship, was like a crime. LP $14 SKU:15532
OUBA - ST Canadian 60s acid psych rarity ( insert with photos and liners) -Label:OUT-SIDER (Spain) A Canadian rarity from 1968, recorded under the influence of hallucinogenic substances by underground musicians Michel Pagliaro, Tony Roman, Denis Lepage and Andy Shorter. The album consists of just one long freak-out jam divided in two sides. You get a raw basement sound featuring acid guitar, stoned vocals, keyboards and loud drums, similar to early Soft Machine, Pink Floyd at their most free-form phase, or Can. Comes with newly remastered sound, plus an insert with photos and liner notes. LP $22 SKU:16168