This heavy dose of psychedelia consists of many obscure garage groups that were still dishing out the goods into the late '60s.
Consider these discs the last remnants of the small record labels until punk rock came along in the 70's. This compilation opens up with Their Eminence's brilliant "Mary," giving the "Mary Had A Little Lamb" nursery rhymes a lysergic twist with some ace fuzz guitar.
This piece of garage/psych crossover came from acetate of completely unknown origins. The David's brilliant "People Saying, People Seeing" is also featured as well as fuzzy and over-the-top sounds by The Blades Of Grass, The Weathervane, Turquoise, The Movement, The Black Sun, Lazy Nickels, Wicked Truth, Blackrock, Sherman Marshall and others.
1 –Their Eminence Mary
2 –The Blades Of Grass It Isn't Easy
3 –The Weathervane 4-4, 5-4
4 –The David People Staying, People Seeing
5 –Buckwheat (3) Goodbye Mr. Applegate
6 –Turquoise (6) Hello Bill
7 –Los Yorks* Mi Mente En Ti
8 –The Movement (18) Riding On A Sunday
9 –The Movement (18) Combination Of The Two
10 –The Black Sun (3) Can We Feel
11 –Lazy Nickels 35 Design
12 –Agua Turbia* Erotica
13 –Wicked Truth Take A Chance
14 –Blackrock (2) Bad Cloud Overhead
15 –Sherman Marshall (2) R.O.L. (Realization Of Life