PENTHOUSE 5 - IT'S ALL MY OWN BIZARRE DREAM + 7"(rare mid sixties TEXAS garage psych) LPBREAK-A-WAY
Hailing from the Dallas suburb Oak Cliff, The Penthouse 5 had its heyday in 1966-'67, when the band recorded a number of self-penned tunes and released two 45s.
Several recordings from 1967 and other, more psychedelic influenced tracks remained unreleased, but demonstrate the musical versatility of the band.
In 1966 the group underwent a substantial line-up change when three of the original band members, among them vocalist Rob Graham, left the group. He was replaced by Jon Williams, who had previously been with the By Fives and WordD.
Alongside the Penthouse 5 recordings, the rare 7-inches of these closely linked bands are all collected for this release.
Additionally an until now completely unknown 5-track '65 acetate rounds up this collection of rare and lost recordings by one of the greatest local '60s bands from the Lone Star State.
A1 –The Penthouse 5 Bad Girl
A2 –The Penthouse 5 In His Shadow
A3 –The Penthouse 5 Don't Mess Around With My Dream
A4 –The Penthouse 5 You're Gonna Make Me
A5 –The Penthouse 5 It's All My Own Bizarre Dream
A6 –The Penthouse 5 Vertigo Blue Sometimes
A7 –The Penthouse 5 It's All My Own Bizarre Dream
B1 –The WordD Keep On Walking
B2 –The WordD You're Gonna Make Me
B3 –The WordD You're Always Around
B4 –The Penthouse 5 Steppin' Out
B5 –The Penthouse 5 Boom Boom
B6 –The Penthouse 5 Tobacco Road
B7 –The Penthouse 5 You Make Me Feel Good
C –The By Fives I Saw You Walking
D –Penthouse Five* Bad Girl