\Subtitled: The McAllen, Texas Teen Scene 1965-1967. "From 1965 to 1967, McAllen was the happening scene for some of the wildest music to emanate from Texas in the '60s.
The label that played host to these bands was Jimmy Nichol's Pharaoh Records and this album contains the best the label had to offer. Not only were the records superlative, but today they are considered some of the rarest finds for collectors of '60s garage bands.
Singles by Pharaoh artists such as The Headstones, The Cavaliers, and Christopher and The Souls go for over a grand apiece, if they can be located.
Congregation For Anti-Flirts Inc. also contains in depth coverage on the McAllen bands with rare photos, radio charts, and interviews, making this album a journey to pharaoh's valley that can't be missed."
1 –Thee Kavaliers Symbols Of Sins
2 –Thee Kavaliers Congregation For Anti-Flirts Inc.
3 –Thee Kavaliers The Last Four Words
4 –The Cavaliers (6) Pride
5 –The Headstones My Kind Of Girl
6 –The Headstones Bad Day Blues
7 –The Headstones 24 Hours (Everyday)
8 –The Headstones Wish She Were Mine
9 –Christopher And The Souls Diamonds, Rats And Gum
10 –Christopher And The Souls Broken Hearted Lady
11 –The Playboys Of Edinburg Understand Me
12 –The Playboys Of Edinburg Wish You Had A Heart
13 –Thee Kavaliers That Hurts
14 –Thee Kavaliers Ballad Of Thee Kavaliers
15 –Thee Kavaliers Back To You
16 –The Cavaliers (6) Seaweed
17 –Jeanne Hatfield My Babe
18 –Brother And Sister* See What Tomorrow Brings
19 –Brother And Sister* The Answer Is Love