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PLEASURE SEEKERS- What a Way To Die w the Quatro Sisters (60s) Label:NORTON The Pleasure Seekers were founded in 1964 by sisters Patti and Suzi Quatro, sisters Nancy (drums) and Mary Lou Ball (guitar), and Diane Baker on piano in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Baker was soon replaced by Arlene Quatro. The released their first single in 1964, "Never Thought You'd Leave Me" b/w "What a Way to Die," on Hideout. "Nan" Ball left in 1965 and was replaced by Darline Arnone. In 1968 they signed to Mercury and released a second single, "Light of Love" b/w "Good Kind of Hurt." In 1969 they changed their name to Cradle and pursued a heavier direction. Arlene became the band's manager and Nancy Quatro joined as the new drummer. Suzi Quatro left in 1971 and went on to have a successful solo career 45 RPM $10 SKU:20726

SEEDS -Mr FArmer (60s garage)-Label:GET HIP BW Up in Her Room Comes with new exclusive picture sleeve. An exact reproduction of the Seeds late 1966 classic, featuring two unique-to-45 edits, including the abridged version of the epic ‘Up In Her Room.’ 45 RPM $11 SKU:20727

AFTER TEA ONE ONLY! Jointhouse Blues(60s Dutch pop) -Label:PSEUDONYM A gritty collection of tough blues-rock workouts, it's sure to please fans of early 70s hard rockerst such as Led Zeppelin, Free, Savoy Brown and Leaf Hound CD $16 SKU:12036

BASH & POP -ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN (Replacements pop rock project) - Label:FAT POSSUM The Replacements’ Tommy Stinson tremendous pop-rock project Bash & Pop returns with the band's long-awaited sophomore album, nearly 25 years after Friday Night is Killing Me! Anything Could Happen is a masterpiece from beginning to end. (2017) CD $16 SKU:20682

CLIMAX -Gusano Mecánico (70s Bolivian Prog masters) Label:Retro Remasters Plus Bolivian rock band of the late 1960's to mid 1970's. They started as a beat, largely covers, band mixing hard rock, blues and psychedelic influences, issuing a few singles. They went through many styles during their history, later reinventing themselves as an experimental progressive rock outfit with the album "Gusano Mecánico".The Climax LP is widely regarded as a pinnacle of Bolivian prog CD $16 SKU:20731

EVOLUTION- ST digipack (german psych fuzz 70s) Label:WAH WAH Comes in great looking cardboard repro of bag-shaped sleeve , like original LP from ‘70. Spain-established German band was one of the most interesting groups of its era, a blend of soul music with psychedelic fuzz guitar. Ltd ed imp CD $15 SKU:985

EYES THE- ARRIVAL OF THE EYES Complete 60s garage ) 24 page booklet -Label:Lion (canada ) 24 page booklet -output-released and unreleased-including demo versions, alternates, and the entire Pupils Tribute To The Rolling Stones exploitation album from 1966 as a bonus. Fat 24-page booklet is packed with zippy notes on the band, photos, and pages from the bands own fan-club pamphlet. IMPORT CD $12 SKU:4941

JEREMY- From the Dust to the Stars (psych//prog)-Label:MALS (Russia) Rare Russian release prog style with huge slabs of psychedelia and power pop CD $8 SKU:20732

KBB-Lost and Found (rare JApanese progLabel:MALS (Russia) KBB is a progressive rock/jazz fusion quartet from Tokyo, Japan. They were formed in 1992, and released their first album in 2000 on the Musea record label. CD $14 SKU:20733

LIVERPOOL - ST (Por Favor Sucesso Complete Recordings)Label:Sunny Pierrot ith a name that conjures up yet another Mersey-beat clone, who would expect that it was this same band, Liverpool, who recorded one of the greatest (and nearly forgotten) records from Brasil in the 1960’s. Mixing subtle influences from English/American rock with lilting and supple Brazilian rhythms and a heady dose of Tropicália inspiration, Mimi Lessa (guitar), Fughetti Luz (singer), Marcos Lessa (bass), Edinho Espíndola (drums) and Pekos (baixo) produced work that was close to the genius of Os Mutantes—an opinion widely shared in Brasil, by the way! Time and again, we were reminded of Os Mutantes and Caetano Veloso, and this from an album that came out hot on the heels of the world famous albums of those more high profile artists. Liverpool’s sole album, “Por Favor Sucesso” (Please Success) from 1969—included in its entirety here, along with songs from a film soundtrack (1970) and a late single as Liverpool Sound (1971)—resulted in the classification of the group in the regional phase in the legendary University Festival of Popular Music, where the group defended the title track from the album. The album consists of excellent compositions supporting intelligent and expressive texts meant to convey the daily life of the youth of the time. Mimi Lessa, one of most important and less valued guitarists of Brasilian national rock, shines throughout this disc. More than thirty years after it was recorded, the music of Liverpool does not sound dated, with its elaborate compositions and instrumental prowess garnering them the recognition that they lacked when these songs CD $16 SKU:20223

QUORUM -Klubkin’s Voyage(rare 70s style Russian neo prog!) Label:MALS (Russia) Quorum is a neo-progressive rock band from Moscow, Russia formed in 2003. The band is influenced by XIX century music and ‘70s rock. Some listeners point out some influences of Genesis, Rush, Camel, Autograf, etc. CD $10 SKU:20735

RUNDGREN, TODD- A Wizard, A True Star & Todd DBL CD -ONE ONLY! Label:EDSEL (England) Famed producer extraordinaire (Meatloaf’s “Bat Out Of Hell”, Psychedelic Furs, New York Dolls, Patti Smith, The Tubes, Steve Hillage, etc.) Todd Rundgren has always maintained his own highly successful parallel recording career, encompassing a wide range of musical styles. “A Wizard, A True Star” (1973) is Rundgren’s psychedelic masterpiece. By his own admission, written and recorded under the influence of psychedelic drugs, the album features two LP side-long streams of consciousness, all segued together, veering from Disney to Curtis Mayfield to the perennial Todd anthem “Just One Victory”. The two LP set “Todd” (1974) explored synthesizer experimentation but still found room for ballads, heavy metal and Gilbert & Sullivan. Both albums are included in this double disc set. CD $15 SKU:20736

SHAKERS,LOS 25 Originals-Unreleased Tracks: Uruguayan 70s Rock-Label:CIRCOLO DEL DIS Los Ineditas + La Vigencia two compilations of unreleased and rare Los Shakers material brought together in one place on this disc, amking this pretty essential. The Shakers burst on the scene in Uruguay with a look and sound that got them attention as South America's answer to the Beatles. They soon got a contract with Odeon in Argentina; Odeon brought them to Buenos Aires, where they had incredible success with a single featuring two of their own compositions, 'Break it all' and 'More'. This made the difference. The sound was Beatles-like, but not an ordinary or rough copy, instead a copy of superior quality, superior than many of the foreign singers of that era. Added to this, was the quality of their own compositions, their own songs were of a very high quality. CD $14 SKU:20380

BLORP ESETTE GAZETTE - Vol 1 Audio Magazine 17 tracks Label:TRANSPARENCY Thirteen selections drawn from all corners of the sprawling, loose archive of the LAFMS. In 1977, tattoo artist and all around fantastic freak Ace Farren Ford (Child Molesters, Smegma, Airway, etc), one of the founding members of the Los Angeles Free Music Society released a various artists compilation album on the LAFMS label called Blorp Esette. Mr. Ford came up with the concept of an audio magazine which would feature contributions of various members of LAFMS, past and present and would be a way of keeping it active. Now some 13 years later this idea has become this, the Blorp Esette Gazette, a quarterly annual audio magazine. This CD volume (six-panel digipack) features contributions by Keith Mitchell (Monitor, Romans, Mazzy Star), Moris Tepper (Captain Beefheart), Kraig Grady, David Cotner, Smegma, Electric Bill Robinson, Michael Intriere & Anna Homler, the Tenses, Dennis Duck, Juan Gomez, the Mystery Band, Frank Bedal, Larry Easter (Linn County) & more, with cover art by Ace Farren Ford and Ju Suk Reet Meate. The old and the new are combined with aplomb. Tape pieces, guitar trips to outer space, 70s bar rock, acoustic guitar ditties, evil sine waves to hurt your teeth, beautifully stoopid screaming with marimba, a cover of 'Wooly Bully', and much more. This is meant to be the start of a series of releases—an 'audio magazine' as Ford calls it, so keep an eye out for future volumes COMP CD $15 SKU:20734

I DON'T CARE -THE NO FUN & PLUREX SINGLES 19-DUTCH PUNK 1977-1983 - 2xCD-78 -Label:PSEUDONYM Pseudonym's comprehensive retrospective of classic Dutch Punk brings together a staggering 65 remastered tracks from the likes of The Nitwitz, Prime Ministers, Tits, Paul Tornado, Subway, God's Heart Attack, Filth, Mollesters, and more! (2016) COMP CD $18 SKU:18096

KAMINARI VOL. 2- 19 MORE JAPANESE GARAGE MONSTERS``Label:GROOVIE The second installment brings you another batch of 19 exciting underground bands from all over Japan! If garage rock, trash punk, 60's beat, fuzz of surf is your thing you'll dig COMP LP $22 SKU:20680


SEEDS -THE OTHER PLACE (60s garage) Label:GET HIP BW /TRY TO UNDERSTAND The third Seeds single, a slow burning groover with a sax solo from producer Jimmie Maddin to boot. Comes with new exclusive picture sleeve. 45 RPM $11 SKU:20565

SEEDS -YOU'RE PUSHING TOO HARD (60s garage) Label:GET HIP BW OUT OF THE QUESTION The garage punk avatar ‘Pushin’ Too Hard’ presented as it first was issued in late 1965, complete with the original single mix of the Seeds’ punk stomper ‘Out Of The Question.’ Comes with new exclusive picture sleeve. 45 RPM $11 SKU:20566

13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS - Psychedelic Sounds Of (1966 classic!) - Label:COLLECTABLES If The 13th Floor Elevators didn't invent the psychedelic sound, they were certainly among it's earliest explorers with the original release of this album in the August of 1966. Clever use of instruments and sound effects, along with the ponderous lyrical explorations of an acid trip, The 13th Floor Elevators expanded minds and the music industry. CD $8 SKU:20318

3 HUREL- Hurel Arsivi (70’s psych fuzz guitar)Label:World Psych Korea Quite possibly as good as anything recorded by countryman Erkin Koray.
A masterpiece of Turkish ethno-psychedelic delight recorded between 1970 and 1975 by the talented HUR EL brothers.Originally released in small quantities on Diskotur, the album--the group's second--blends heavy fuzz guitar, impassioned vocals and Eastern percussion like nobody's business. CD $10 SKU:8179

3 HUREL- ST (70’s psych fuzz guitar) Label:World Psych Korea Recorded between 1970 and 1975 by the talented HUR EL brothers. CD $10 SKU:9009

BERMUDA TRIANGLE- Missing Tapes (70s trippy 77 hippie psych) Label:WINTER SOLSTICE This is a compilation of Live and previously unreleased tracks from the 70's. Another extremely rare piece of Psych reissued. Originally released as a private pressing in 1977. This wild album is extremely trippy & has to be heard. import CD $10 SKU:19050

EL RELOJ- 2 LPs and One CD plus bonus tracks (1971 pioneers of Argentine Heavy Metal! -Label:SUNNY PIEROT EL Reloj is a band of Argentine Hard Rock formed in 1971 in Lomas del Mirador. It is considered one of the first hard rock groups in Latin America , in the seventies and also pioneers of the Argentine Heavy Metal CD $20 SKU:20270

HOMESTEAD & WOLFE - Our Times :The Gold Star Tapes (1973-75) -Label:ANOPHOLES Originally released in 1975, Homestead & Wolfe's lone and unknown privately pressed LP is an artifact so lost to time, it has never appeared in any discography, list of rare records, or catalog, anywhere. However, exist it does, and now their story can be told. Anopheles Records has sat tight lipped on this discovery for the last year while researching and preparing this reissue from the original master tapes and with full cooperation of the group. Homestead & Wolfe was a folk-harmony group based around the United Methodist Good Samaritan church in Cupertino, CA. Comprised of two female lead vocalists, one male lead vocalist, and buttressed with superb male and female harmonies throughout, H&W performed original material in a rich, melodic folk-rock-country style that is well executed, as well as earnest and personal. These 15 tracks were recorded at the legendary Gold Star Studios in Hollywood between 1973-75. Engineered by Stan Ross, these recordings feature top flight studio musicianship from legendary 'wrecking crew' drummer Hal Blaine, guitarist Ben Benay (Goldenrod, Darius), acoustic guitarist Al Casey, monster bass player Ray Pohlman, not to mention one of the world's most renowned and respected pedal steel guitar players, Jay Dee Maness (Buck Owens, the Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo LP). The harmonies and arrangements of H&W recall both the Mamas and the Papas and the Carpenters at times, but much of the music deals with darker themes: the story of Wounded Knee told in 'See The Children Die', the organ fueled psychedelia of 'Your Freedom's In Question', aimed at the Nixon administration at the time, remains apropos today, and recalls the work of Growing Concern, Birmingham Sunday, Art of Lovin' and the Poppy Family. There are plenty of surprises here, as we located 6 unreleased tracks to augment the 9 tracks on the original album, including the startlingly great and dynamic cut, 'Beat of the Drum', which sounds as if the Bangles were hired to front Goldenrod for a one off single. The full color 16 page booklet tells the story in their own words, features images of the touring group and recording sessions at Gold Star, and maintains the high standard of archival work Anopheles Records is known for. Homestead & Wolfe represents a highly unusual and strikingly original blend of unproven but talented young vocalists, top quality session players and engineering, and a truly rare chemistry that makes this one of the great folk-rock discoveries of the last 10 years." CD $12 SKU:20615

HOWELL,PETER & JOHN FERDINANDO - Alice Through the Looking Glass (trippy 60s psych folk)- Label:LION Trippy psychedelic folk tunes from Peter Howell & John Ferdinando – music for the Ditchling Players' production of Lewis Carroll's Alice Through The Looking Glass from 1969 – plus additionally material that didn't end up in the play! Overall, an evocative mix of traditional folky touches with psychedelia era strangeness – played with organ, glockenspiel, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, autoharp, and strange elements of percussion! Includes "The March Of The Chessmen", "Dance Of The Talking Flowers", "Alice's Train Journey", "Dium And Dee", "Alice Meets The Knights", "Her Majesty Queen Alice", "Whose Dream?" and more. CD includes 13 bonus tracks including a number of brief sections and effects including "March of The Chessmen, Part 1", "Jabberwocky Part" and "Jabberwocky Acoustic Section", "Whose Dream? Try-Out", "Dance Of The Talking Flowers Instrumental" and more. CD $10 SKU:11688

JULY- Second of July ( Stunning demos by one of the most important psychedelic bands to ever exist ) -Label:ACME/LION •Digipack with 12-page booklet detailing the history of July and their recordings•Available again on CD after more than a decade By this time, anyone with an interest in psychedelia that stretches beyond the Beatles or maybe Strawberry Alarm Clock (at a pinch), knows who July is. Well, at least they know that a band called July put out a super rare album that is considered by many to be one of the pinnacles of the psychedelic era. There's no way to overstate the excellence of the album, with its eerie sound, Indian-influenced chord sequences, studio trickery (tape loops/phasing), and heavily reverb-laden vocals. But that’s not the story we’re here to tell. Even before that quintessential psychedelic album was made, band leader Tom Newman was experimenting with home recording equipment. In 1967, he installed basic recording facilities in the bedroom of his flat in an old Victorian house in Ealing. There, he and guitarist Peter Cook tried out ideas, coming up with many of the standout songs from the July album. The demos they recorded display the kind of confidence that Newman feels was lacking in the album proper (yes, the ultra- famous psychedelic classic album!) that they recorded in 1968. Let’s go back to the near-beginning of it all, to a flat in a Victorian house in Ealing, and listen in on demos recorded with DIY alacrity by a studio whiz, tracks which will change the face of psychedelia, eventually, after decades of obscurity. CD $12 SKU:16165

LA BIBLIA- Opera Rock (Argentine version from 1974 + Brazilian version from 1977-Label:HRC This strange set of recordings gathered together as "Opera Rock" were made in Argentina in 1974 with the best musicians from that era: Billy Bond + Kubero Díaz + Manal + Sui Generis + Espíritu + David Lebón and many others from "La pesada del Rock & Roll", together with "The Ensamble Musical Buenos Aires Orchestra". The Brazilian version was recorded in 1977 in São Paulo, produced by Billy Bond together with many rockers from the top line bands of that era (O Terço + Som Nosso + Humahuaca). Incredibly deep music, probably the best symphonic work of that time to be recorded in South America, neither of which have ever been released before on CD before now. On this disc, you get both the Argentinian and Brazilian versions. A 16-page booklet includes the lyrics in Spanish, original art, and info about the production (in Spanish). Hard rock symphonic with amazing orchestra—recommended to all South American rock collectors. A must. CD $18 SKU:20272

LITTLE BOY BLUES- In The Woodland Of Weir (60s acid rock)Label:KISMET Their sole album -- made with a revised line-up and originally released in October 1968 -- incorporates jazz, classical and acid-rock influences, and makes its long-overdue return to CD here, complete with all their non-album singles sides. Includes liner notes. Formed in Chicago in 1964, The Little Boy Blues soon became local heroes, opening for The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Paul Revere & The Raiders, and many others. Having played innumerable live dates and appeared on top TV shows, their sound took a psychedelic turn in 1967. CD $10 SKU:13424

LONDONERS/ THE KNACK - 14 MOD BEAT NUGGETS 65-67- Label:WET WORLD RECORDS (USA) Paul Gurvitz and vocalist/guitarist Brian Morris formed a band in 1963, immediately heading across the English Channel to play US Army bases.Upon their return, they christened themselves The Londoners, backed up Gene Vincent for a while, and released a 7" (‘That's My Desire’ b/w ‘Bring It On Home To Me’) on the German Star Club label. They soon met up with famed producer/manager Larry Page and with another name change (this time inspired by Richard Lester's big comedy hit The Knack... And How To Get It) released a half-dozen singles for the Decca and Piccadilly labels between 1965 and 1967. Paul of course eventually ditched his shears and formed Gun with his brother Adrian and Peter Dunton of the Flies, Please, Neon Pearl, and T2 fame, and after that Three Man Army but that's another story. Presented here are The Londoners and The Knack's complete discography—fourteen mod/beat nuggets plus an unreleased take of ‘Back In The USA,’ plus unreleased pics and liner notes spanning their haberdashery roots to the present day. CD $16 SKU:20192

MILLENIUM - Pieces- Essential listening for sunshine pop and psych-pop fans!- Label:VOICEPRINT (England) By 1969, the Millennium, Curt Boettcher (who was also an independently contracted producer for Columbia Records), executive producer Gary Usher of the band’s “Begin” album, and a slew of Usher-produced acts like Gene Clark, the Peanut Butter Conspiracy and Chad & Jeremy, were all let go by the label. Combined with the internal conflicts the Millennium were experiencing, and multiplied by the inherent pressures of their rock-n-roll lifestyles, the loss of their recording contract was a fatal blow for the group. The Millennium disbanded in 1969, leaving behind a classic one-shot "desert island" LP. Yet the Millennium's breakup did not eliminate all interest in the group. Somewhere along the line, enough "people in the know" purchased or were handed copies of their album, and soon a small but devoted cult began to form around the record. For whatever reason, a good amount of unrealized Millennium material languished in the vaults. It is an incredible revelation to finally hear these missing puzzle pieces which reveal a band of enormous depth and songwriting talent. After listening to these unreleased demos, the divine results of the cosmically profound collaborative effort known as the Millennium become even more apparent. Unlike most of the concurrent L.A. super-groups (e.g. Rhinoceros), the members of the Millennium actually gelled musically. The various band members engaged in a variety of writing partnerships that resulted in some of the most beautiful (if under-appreciated) music of their era. Essential listening for sunshine pop and psych-pop fans! CD $10 SKU:12228

PAUPERS - Magic People ( 60s Byrds style ) - Label:PACEMAKER The Paupers, along with the Guess Who, were one of the first Canadian bands to capitalize on the British Invasion. Their early sound was a classy mixture of roots music, blues and folk-rock (think early Byrds or Lovin Spoonful. Great great work by The Paupers essentially a 60s folk rock combo, but one with a really groovy sound! The group come up with loads of great guitar interplay on the session -- janging acoustic and electric together in a style that comes up with some nice hippie and eastern edges -- and which means that even on the vocal tracks, the album's got an instrumental charm that kind of links it to some of the hipper rock/jazz crossover projects on labels like Verve and Impulse at the time. Most tracks do have vocals, in a style that ranges from Sunshine Pop to folksy -- and the whole album's pretty darn great, filled with tracks that include "Let Me Be", "Magic People", "It's Your Mind", "Black Thank You Package", "Simple Deed", and "Tudor Impressions". This edition includes 2 bonus tracks: "Like You, Like Me" and "Sooner Than Soon CD $12 SKU:11174

SEASONS & LOS WALKERS- Liverpool at Buenos Aires (1966 rarest of Argentine rock) Label:Circolo Del Disco "The Seasons" arrived in 1965, when they recorded a single for the Microfon label. Then in 1966 they recorded an LP with their own compositions, sung in English. The founder members of The Seasons were Carlos Mellino (later in Alma y Vida) and Alejandro Medina (from Manal). The band’s sound was very much influenced by the three biggest bands in South America—Los Shakers, Los Mockers, and Los Walkers—in other words, Seasons had a real 1960’s South American beat band sound. This production includes the band’s only single as a bonus, and includes extended text about that era. Collectors from around the globe search for the original single and LP by Los Seasons. In the "Record Collectors Dreams 1001" book, the Seasons LP is included among the rarest of Argentine rock. Never before on CD. CD $16 SKU:20347

SHAKERS,LOS-CONFERENCIA/OTRA VEZ68/71 Uruguayan Rock-Label:CIRCOLO DEL DIS Two lp's on 1 CD. In 1967, "Los Shakers" begin to write what would be considered the "Sergeant Pepper's" by "Los Shakers", "La conferencia secreta del Toto's bar" (Toto's bar secret conference) and in 1968 they finish the arrangements and decide the album concept. The name of the LP is a satire of the American presidents conference that was held in Punta del Este in april 1967, and Toto was the owner of a bar where the Uruguayan musicians met. "La Conferencia" is a complex LP and "Los Shakers" anticipated the fusion of rock with candombe, bossa nova and tango. Subsequently, Hugo and Osvaldo recorded a bossa-jazz LP called "La bossa nova de Hugo y Osvaldo" (Hugo and Osvaldo's bossa-nova), where all of them play the instruments and put an end to the pending contract with the record company, also considered a "must" by bossa-jazz lovers. In 1971, Caio and Peln attempt to take once again the rock style and record an LP called "Otra vez en estudio" (Once again at the studio), inviting for this project three Uruguayan musicians from the "old times" of the 60s, three members of "Los Inocentes" (The Innocents), the twins Hctor and Carlos Capobianco (brothers of Peln) and Rubm Viera (Lorenzo). This LP intends to continue the Shakers' melodic line but without the Fattoruso brothers, and it is a different thing, although it presents some compositions with good harmonies and the album is very well considered by collectors CD $15 SKU:8884

SHAKERS,LOS For You- - TWo Originals + 7 BONUS TRACKS 68/71 Uruguayan Rock/-Label:CIRCOLO DEL DIS Los Shakers were a popular rock band in 1960s, and a significant part of the Uruguayan Invasion in Latin America. The band was formed in 1963 in Montevideo, Uruguay. They were modeled after The Beatles, and even adopted similar haircuts and clothing. The band sang many songs in English, despite their location, and gained their greatest popularity in Argentina, where they were huge stars. Los Shakers were: Hugo Fattoruso and his brother Osvaldo—who later were in Opa—Roberto "Pelín” Capobianco, and Carlos"Caio" Vila. This disc includes both the debut album (1965) and the second album (1966) by the band. There is a dominating beat on all tracks—a dynamic concept bolstered by excellent compositions—plus plenty of excellent coverContains two albums plus bonus tracks.CD $14 SKU:20374

T2- It’ll All Work Out in Boomland (Epic mixture of prog rock, psych& blues) & bonus tracks & booklet)Label:ACME LION Hefty booklet contains extensive musicological analysis by composer and musician Andrew Keeling, which includes illuminating interviews with band members Peter Dunton and Keith Cross, as well as detailed illustrations. Included as bonus are three tracks from BBC Sessions recorded in October 1970 CD $10 SKU:15621

TERRY & THE PIRATES- Too Close For Comfort (70s)Label:ACADIA Twenty nine years after the release of the original Too Close For Comfort comes the third issue of this priceless and timeless music from San Francisco's own Terry & The Pirates.” Another view: “Probably only remembered today as one of the many bands graced by the guitarwork of John Cipollina following his departure from Quicksilver Messenger Service, and as a footnote in the career of Nicky Hopkins, Terry and the Pirates deserve much greater recognition. Although Cipollina’s feral guitar is undoubtedly essential to their charms, the work of Terry Dolan himself should not be underestimated. His voice is an acquired taste, a strange mixture of David Crosby and Captain Beefheart, but as such, it’s impressively distinctive. Meanwhile, his songwriting mines that same rich vein of American folk which yielded ‘Pride Of Man’ (so memorably covered by Quicksilver). The best songs on this collection of various live and studio recordings are certainly Dolan’s own. Whilst a version of Jackie Wilson’s ‘Higher & Higher’ might be entertainingly audacious, covers of ‘Mystery Train’ and ‘Don’t Do It’ aren’t going to make anybody forget those by The Band, despite some impressive sparring between Cipollina and second guitarist Greg Douglass on the latter. In this context, tracks like ‘Inside and Out’ and ‘Inlaws and Outlaws’ distinguish themselves as fine examples of original Californian rock n’ roll. Even if none of this is especially ground-breaking or epoch-defining music, it’s played with spirit and any fans of West Coast music who might have easily overlooked it should be sure to rectify their mistake. CD $10 SKU:16373

VAVOURA BAND -Ethnic: Soundtracks For Films (heavy stoned Pink Floyd style)Label:IKAROS MUSIC (Greece) An altogether different sort of disc from the Vavoura Band material previously issued by Ikaros—and wow! what a great disc! ethnic flavored instrumentals replete with exotic percussion, swirling guitar lines, and a truly heavy stoned atmosphere reminiscent of early Popol Vuh (if anything), or in some cases early Pink Floyd (when the rest of the band kick in); just as a random sample, the fifth track starts out with a primal yell that will curl your hair, then ventures into abstract heavy progressive territory; the real star here is the exquisite guitar playing of Johnny Vavouras, no matter what the style—and all styles played here certainly validate the claim of being “Ethnic” as the cover of the package states in bold letters; last copies of a limited edition that come in a miniature metal film can—not the only idiosyncratic element to this truly excellent disc. CD $14 SKU:20456

VON, RONNIE -A Máquina Voadora (70s psych)-Label:DISCOS MARIPOSA “The last and probably best album from Vons incredible psychedelic trilogy from the years 1969-1970. We said some time ago that of the three key albums from this long-time Brazilian pop-star, that the first was the best, but hearing this again suggests that its time to revise that opinion. It1s true that all three albums make it clear that the psychedelic effects of Tropicalia were not confined to Os Mutantes, Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, and Gal Costa. Yes, Von often takes a poppier angle in getting to a similar fuzz-guitar driven musical landscape, but not only does he get there all the same, on this album the pop is minimal, and the fuzz supreme. Its difficult to describe how balanced this album is, as it features truly one-of-a-kind songs, which include any number of effects and treatments of Ronnie1s enchanting voice, all of which matches perfectly with the mysterious and melancholic songs on the album. Listen to it and let yourself fly into the far reaches of Ronnie Vons dreamy, twisted mind. Comes with a fulsome 20-page booklet that includes a history of Vons career (sort of), as well as lyrics” CD $10 SKU:8629

WALKERS, LOS - LOS WALKERS/ NOSOTROS ( 67 garage psych from ARGENTINA )Label:CIRCOLO DEL DIS Garage & psychedelic legend from Argentina. First LP 1967 + second lp 1968 plus 8 bonus tracks. Never before on cd, all bonus tracks are non LP singles. In fact, Los Walkers were the Argentine response to "Los Shakers" and "Los Mockers" (that were from Uruguay). The first Lp is like a sort of garage classics and included 3 tracks written by themselves. We have covers of Them - Small faces - Lemmom Pipers - Doors - Kinks - Stones, all of them in a very special and peculiar versions. The booklet brings extensive lines and photos. 32 songs - 77 minutes !! CD $15 SKU:6646

WARA - El Inca (strange Bolivian hard psych 1972)-Label:REVISTA ”:Very strange hard psychedelic album from Bolivia (1972) with prominent farfisa organ, and acid guitars trying to find common ground with Andean native musical structures; quite strange and interesting, and often called the best testimony (perhaps the only) to the history of Bolivian rock. The addition of cellos, violins, and oboe to some of the arrangements makes them sound ever more complex and odd than otherwise might have been the case with a simple bass-guitar-drums-organ construct. CD $15 SKU:20417

ELECTRIC PSYCHEDELIC SITAR HEADSWIRLERS - VA Vol 6(60s Psych ) LAST COPIES -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 $8 SKU:12879

ELECTRIC SITAR HEADSWIRLER- VOL 1 (60s and '70s psych obscurities) - Label:PURPLE LANTERN LAST COPIES Volume One of this superb compilation series of 60s/70s psych and psych/folk songs - all featuring the sitar. Artists include: The Pretty Things, July, West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, C.O.B., Blonde On Blonde, Lord Sitar, Fraternity of Man, Darius - 21 tracks in all. COMP CD $8 SKU:10758

GROOVE CLUB 2- VA Cambodia Rock Spectactular 70s rock w 36 page booklet w photos -Label:LION Packaged in a deluxe casebook with a 36-page booklet filled with rare photos and the heart-wrenching stories of the most beloved artists in the Khmer Rock movement . Most of these tracks were recorded live, with traditional instruments finding a place alongside any keyboards or guitars that could be found. And yet, it was these experiments of Khmer rock musicians which transformed the nightlife of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh—and which many years later have seduced countless listeners around the world with their groovy sound. Alas, in 1975 came an entirely different type of transformation: the rise to power in Cambodia of the fanatical, anti-Western Khmer Rouge, led by Pol Pot. Within roughly four years, implementing their “concept of Year Zero,” Pot and his regime were responsible for the deaths of an estimated two million Cambodians, many in the notorious “killing fields.” Even the most famous and beloved Khmer musicians could not escape. Sinn Sisamouth (“the Emperor of Khmer Music”), Ros Sereysothea (“The Golden Voice of the Royal Capital”), and Pan Ron—all featured on this collection—met their deaths at the hands of the Khmer Rouge. Cambodian rock music is (rightfully) adored in Cambodia. The music is wild and anarchic, rhythmic and undulating (in an “Ethiopiques” way, we’d say), or sweet and lyrical, but always moving, and with that deep soulfulness (regardless of actual musical genre or style) that singles out the best music. We have assembled what we consider to be the most definitive collection of classic Cambodian rock music to appear thus far—without the later overdubs that confuse the mind, without the artificial speeding up of tracks that often has marred compilations over the years; what you’ll find here are crucial Khmer rock tracks, made available in the best possible sound, assembled with love and respect for the artists who made the Khmer rock scene as thrilling as we find it to be. And so, without further ado, welcome to “Cambodia Rock Spectactular!” COMP CD $10 SKU:12985

PSYCHEDELIC UNDERGROUND- VOL 18 (70s psych prog) Label:Garden of Delights Promotion CD with psychedelic cover artwork and coloured booklet of 16 pages. COMP CD $6 SKU:19477

IN TIME -Inside Your Mind (Homespun psych-punk-garage-pop from 1985)Label:MENTAL EXPERIENCE Homespun psych-punk-garage-pop from 1985!! Over a decade ago, Steve Krakow aka Plastic Crimewave found a cassette by a mysterious 80s band called In Time at a Chicago thrift shop. When he returned home and listened to it, he was amazed: “I had flashes of the TV Personalities (one of my fave "DIY" bands), early "paisley underground" like Three O'Clock (maybe when they were the Salvation Army), wobbly but illuminated 60s folk-garage like Faine Jade, and even first wave UK punk like Subway Sect or yes, thee Pistols. There were even jagged post-punk moves ala the Swell Maps or Scrotum Poles, outrageous phasing, trumpet, and something lacking so deeply in bands today—PERSONALITY”. Obsessed with it, Steve tracked down one of the band members in Pennsylvania and found out that there was more unreleased stuff. So here’s the first ever IN TIME vinyl LP. Including most of the songs from their ultra-rare cassette plus previously unreleased tracks. Like Steve says: “self-depreciating jangle-pop, furious power-chorded decrees, full-tilt psychedelia, experimental texture pieces--and actual tunes that will burrow into one's skull for weeks.” *Insert with liner notes by Steve Krakow (Plastic Crimewave / Galactic Archive)*Includes free digital download card LP $18 SKU:20633

MAZINGA PHASER -Cruising In The Neon Glories Of The New American Night long defunct and o/p Label:AETHER RECORDS Psychedelic space rock group from Denton, Texas active during the latter half of the 1990s. Upon their formation in 1994, Jessica Nelson (vocals/keyboards), Cole Wheeler (bass), Wanz Dover (guitar/programming), Eric Hermeyer (guitar), and Mike Throneberry (drums) would be otherwise known as Mazinga Phaser in their native of Denton, TX. Playing out a thick but melodic hybrid of psychedelia and space rock, the band would capture this sound on their first full-length, "Cruising the Neon Glories of the New American Night," through Aether Records in 1996. Not too long after relocating to Fort Worth, TX, Idol Records eventually put out their second album, Abandinallhope, in 1997 and the follow-up EP, Counting Breaths, two years later. But after their third album, Dissatisfied Customers of Hallucination, in 2000, Mazinga Phaser called it a day with Dover moving on with Falcon Project. The band's "Dream of Lost Rivers" was used in David Gordon Green's 2001 film George Washington LP $15 SKU:20563


SHAMBLES-REviving Spark (1996 Mod power Pop) Label:1&2 Rare out of print Japanese only release. FANTASTIC MOD/POWER-POP BAND FROM SAN DIEGO, CA DEBUT RELEASE CD $10 SKU:20425

PSYCHEDELIC UNKNOWNS- Vol. 4 (legendary 60s garage psych) Label:SCRAP COMP CD $14 SKU:20085

SHAKE SOME ACTION- Vol 1 (rare 70s power-pop, mod, and new wave singles )Label:SSA RECORDS U.K.Compiling power-pop, mod, and new wave gems orig released on 7" singles 75 thru ‘86. 8 page booklet full of pictures and extensive liner notes. w.. Invaders, Boyfriends, Slowguns, Quads, Squares, etc. 24 tracks.Imp COMP CD $15 SKU:20513

TWELVE STRING HIGH VOl 3 Mind expanding tunes! DBL LP PLUS CD Label:YOU ARE THE COSMOS The last of the Twelve String High series contains 22 artists from around the world playing 12-string guitars: Sid Griffin, Scott Gagner, Athanor, Jigsaw Seen, The Modulators, Lannie Flowers, The Nerk Twins COMP LP $29 SKU:20568

COLLINS, PAUL & THE BEAT - FLYIN' HIGH 180 GRAM power pop (NERVES related ) Label:GET HIP 1979 PAUL COLLINS recorded, with his band THE BEAT, the album that many consider THE BEST POWER-POP RECORD OF ALL TIME. "Flyin' High" has an organic feel reminiscent of his early solo releases, and some of late Beat recordings. LP $17 SKU:11914

COLLINS, PAUL & THE BEAT- Ribbon of Gold ( Nerves related 60’s style powerpop ) 180 gram - Label:GET HIP Produced by Chips Kiesby (Hellacopters, Nomads) Ribbon of Gold features 10 new songs from pop’s illegitimate son, Paul Collins. After a 12 year recording silence, Paul Collins re-surfaced with Flying High, recorded at home with his new comrade in arms, guitar slinger Octavio Vinck and what would become the start of his new Spanish band. Flying High was a simple affair sporting songs that spanned Paul’s musical career and landscape, from the Beat-ish power chords of Rock n Roll Shoes and More Than Yesterday, to the all out melodic pop of Helen to the roots rocking Will You Be A Women the record encompasses all the facets of Paul’s writing ability, showcased with a simple and straight forward production style. LP $17 SKU:11915

CRAMPS -PSYCHEDELIC JUNGLE - 200-GRAM-Label:DRASTIC PLASTIC Released in 1981, The Cramps' second LP introduced guitarist Kid Congo Powers (Gun Club) to the group. Psychedelic Jungle's slower tunes createdan even spookier sound than ever before. Reissued on 200-gram vinyl. Limited to 1500. (2016) LP $28 SKU:19553

CRAMPS- Flame Job (Garage punk legends) LTD ED 200 GRAM VINYL Label:DRASTIC PLASTIC Flamejob is the sixth studio album by the American garage punk band the Cramps. First vinyl pressing since its very limited original vinyl pressing in 1994. Mastered for vinyl by Masterdisk. Faithful, updated rendering of original art LP $28 SKU:15941

CYNICS- Get Our Way COLOR VINYL (60s style garage )-Label:GET HIP HIP Guest producer Erik Lindgren of Arf! Arf! fame. This album is a return to their garage roots with tinges of psychedelia sprinkled in for good measure. Standout tracks include: “Don’t Shoot Me Down,” “13 O’Clock Daylight Savings Time” and the 9:25 “Beyond the Calico Wall/STP-00117. LP $14 SKU:17819

DOWN UNDER NUGGETS - VOL 2 Orig Aussie artyfacts 65-67 DBL lp Label:FESTIVAL Down Under Nuggets: Original Australian Artyfacts 1965-1967 is a near-definitive collection of authentic Australian garage rock. The double-LP edition will be available in a numbered, limited edition of 1000, presented in a gatefold sleeve, featuring complete original liner notes. Australian import This compilation was released to international acclaim last year in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Lenny Kaye’s original and iconic ‘60s garage/psych collection - Nuggets – Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era. Originally released in 2012 and long out of print, Down under Nuggets is a highly exciting treasure trove of frantic garage hits . There's no filler in this two fuzz drenched volumes, just gem after gem of wild, untamed 60's Rock'n[Roll from the land of Oz. 29 tracks total (15 on Volume 1 and 14 on Volume 2) of manic, loud and in your face teenage angst from luminaries such as the Missing Links, the Black Diamonds, the Purple Hearts, the Loved Ones, the Lost Souls, the Throb, the Wild Cherries and many more. You even get early and surprisingly raw stompers from the likes of better known bands as the Easybeats or the Bee Gees and the legendary full/length 5>29 version of the Sunsets- classic -The Hot Generation-. Absolutely essential for any 60's Garage rock fan with a pinch on blood on his vein COMP LP $21 SKU:20082

FLAMIN' GROOVIES- Flamingo (70s garage gods ) GATEFOLD- Label:KAMA SUTRA Killer 1970 rock n' roll from Roy and Cyril and the gang! Monstrously cool sound!Original gatefold cover! WOW!LP $18 SKU:16641

PREVOST, GREG "STACKHOUSE”-UNIVERSAL VAGRANT-((Stones,Yardbirds ,NY Dolls style).)Label:MEAN DISPOSITION After a career lasting close to four decades, it was only two years ago when Greg decided to launch his first solo record: the celebrated "Mississippi Murderer”, an album where Delta blues and hi-energy R&R were combined in a masterful mix heavily influenced by the likes of the Stones, the Yardbirds and NY Dolls. This recording has become a cult classic, but the ever adventurous Prevost is now back with a brand new artifact: "Universal Vagrant". This second album goes one step further than his previous waxing and can be safely described as the best recording in his long and illustrious career. It also confirms what those in the know already knew: the fact that Prevost is a top-notch songwriter, one of the coolest R&R singers ever, and that he has a deep understanding of the roots of his them the original blues greats ("Moanin' The Blues", "Mean Red Spider"); the personal idols inscribed in his DNA, Keith Richards and Johnny Thunders ("Gin Soaked Time Warp", "Shot of Rock and Roll", or the superb, gospel-oriented "Lord Shine a Light on Me"), as well as the dark, dangerous Stooges-infused sounds ("Evil On My Mind" or his killer version of "Codine"). Here you have the results: a perfect production, an explosive sound, a recording cooked with ease and among friends, but with edge, attitude and sheer class. This is a first rate R&R album where all pieces fit neatly. No mean feat. LP $14 SKU:18291

RARE MEXICAN CUTS OF THE SIXTIES - Obscure tracks , 15 covers- Label:PINCHE Originally published in 1988, this comp remains a milestone for fans of obscure and wild RNR all over the world. Composed exclusively of 15 covers, it injects a healthy dose of savage craziness to standards like "Gloria" and "Hey Joe." Reissue. (2017) COMP LP $18 SKU:19341

SEARCHING IN THE WILDERNESS- V/A( Marvelous Dutch 60’s garage-beat-psych)- Label:MUZIEK EXPRESS Marvelous Dutch 60’s garage-beat-psych and more. Feat. Namelosers,Buzz,Outlaws,Cherokees,Q65,Outsiders,etc. Photos and liner notes COMP LP $16 SKU:233

SUBURBAN LIFE- VA (60s Garage Punk) -Label:FOSSIL 16 track collection incl. some of the rarest & most outstanding unheard sixties garage collectors 45s. US moody teen anthems, straight boss 60s punk, teen garage coolness & spooky psychers All tracks on vinyl for the first time – 14 out of 16 tracks even compiled for the first timeAll tracks painstakinly remasteredA GARAGE COLLECTORS MUST-HAVE COMP LP $17 SKU:9127

TEENAGE SHUTDOWN- Vol 08 She’ll Hurt you in the End- -Label:CRYPT Teen 60’s garage explosion COMP LP $14 SKU:2321