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HIGHS IN THE MID 60's - Vol 03 -LA '67 / Mondo Hollywood -PEBBLES related series w. 60 garage rarities- LAST COPIES COMPLP

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    THIS SERIES IS GOING OUT OF PRINT, LAST COPIES !

    Highs in the Mid-Sixties, Volume 3 (subtitled LA '67 / Mondo Hollywood) is a compilation album in the Highs in the Mid-Sixties series, featuring recordings that were released in Los Angeles. (Despite the subtitle, not all of these records were originally released in 1967). The subtitle is seemingly taken from Mondo Cane, an influential 1962 documentary film. The Kim Fowley track is one of his many pseudo-documentary explorations of part of the L.A. scene. The song by the Flower Children, which complains about miniskirts, shows that nearly every possible topic has been covered in one pop song or another.

    Side 1

       Giant Sunflower: "February Sunshine" (P. Vegas/V. Geary), 2:35 — rel. 1967

       Limey & the Yanks: "Out of Sight, Out of Mind" (Duboff/Morris), 2:18 — rel. 1967

       The Search: "Climate" (Jim Mannino/Paul Mannino), 2:28

       Research 1-6-12: "I Don't Walk there No More" (R. Bozzi/M. Yess), 2:05

       The Lyrics: "Wake up to My Voice" (C. Carl), 2:44 — rel. 1967

       Kim Fowley: "The Canyon People" (Kim Fowley) — rel. 1967

       The Flower Children: "Mini-Skirt Blues" (L. Belden/S. Stoke/L. Starr), 2:05

       Somebody's Chyldren: "I'm Going back to New York City" (David Allen), 2:00

    Side 2

       Hunger!: "Colors" (Mike Lane), 2:00

       The Fantastic Zoo: "Light Show" (Eric Karl), 2:20 — rel. 1967

       Time of Your Life: "Ode to a Bad Dream" (B. Renfro), 2:54

       The Human Expression: "Every Night" (The Human Expression), 2:35

       Hamilton Streetcar: "Invisible People" (P. Plummer), 3:05

       The Grains of Sand: "Golden Apples of the Sun" (M. Lloyd/The Wailers), 2:20

       The Painted Faces: "I Think I'm Going Mad" (O'Neil/Turano), 2:08

       The Love Exchange: "Swallow the Sun" (John Merrill), 2:35 — rel. 1967

    -Martin Winfree

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