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The Wheels - Road Block
Rave ups don’t come any wilder than ‘Road Block’ by the Wheels, who keep the party going on this CD of their complete output, 1965-1966. Tough, shouting R&B vocals and crunching riffs from Belfast’s other great combo.

‘Road Block’ and ‘Bad Little Woman’ are garage-beat classics of which anyone raised on American “Pebbles” albums will be very familiar. The Wheels, however, were not American; they were from Northern Ireland. Yet their band original ‘Bad Little Woman’ was picked up by Chicago garage deities the Shadows Of Knight, and in contrast they covered Paul Revere & the Raiders’ ‘Kicks’. Don’t even get me started on the feral intensity of their beat-punk opus ‘Road Block’.

Big Beat’s new Wheels collection comprises the A and B-sides of their three singles, released across 1965 and 1966, plus the remaining sessions they cut at Regent Sound; this is their album, its great period design making up for the fact that these talented young men didn’t get to release one first time round.

Like many who have bought Big Beat releases over the past 20 years, I came to the label knowing I would find great garage, beat and psych. Now the Wheels are in the company of the Beau Brummels, the Chocolate Watchband, the Zombies and Thor’s Hammer. And by heck, they deserve it. Anyone who has bought releases by those artists will adore the Wheels. Steaming out of Belfast’s Maritime Hotel (an R&B hotbed on par with the Crawdaddy in Richmond and Newcastle’s Club A’GoGo), where they graced the stage with friend Van Morrison and his similarly clued-up Them, before moving on to an obsessive following in the glamorous environs of Blackpool.

The Wheels lived their lives to the full, playing wild shows, popping pills and adapting R&B to their own means. Under the tutelage of industry bigwig Phil Solomon and producer Tommy Scott, they issued singles on Parlophone and turned heads with their long hair (or, in Brian Rossi’s case, bald head). It looked as if the charts would be theirs. Unfortunately, their sound and songbook may have shared too much with Them’s; Van and his gang stole the Wheels’ thunder and fashions changed fast.

In hindsight, the magnificent punk/R&B attack of ‘Road Block’ rivals anything the toughest US garage bands recorded, ‘Bad Little Woman’ was a really decent song, their choice of covers was inspired and there’s no denying their musicality or Rod Demick’s wild-but-soulful vocals. Okay, the Wheels were a beat band versed in R&B and they didn’t make an album like “Revolver” or sell many records, but by Jove they were exciting. The 12 tracks here are testament to that.

By Jon “Mojo” Mills (Ace Records)
Big Beat Records 2012 LP 18.00 €
Trashmen / Wailers - Church Key / Wailin'
souvenir of Las Vegas Grind 1999. coloured vinyl. original 60s tracks.
Norton Records 1999 Single/EP 6.00 €
VA: - 2131 South Michigan Avenue 2CD
Though the ’60s garage band explosion was felt in every corner ofthe country, the local uprising of talent in Chicago thrived unlike anywhere else. The Windy City had the perfect infrastructure in place; from a booming population of teenagers, to hip music stores in every suburb, a proliferation of teen clubs willing to take their money, and a powerhouse radio station (WLS) equally up to promoting local bands. When it came to giving local groups a shot at 45 rpm fame, no Chicago label—not even the hallowed Dunwich Records—was more prolific than USA Records. USA’s Jim Golden was such a strong supporter of Midwest talent that he started up a second label focused solely in this area, Destination Records. A quarter century into the CD age, it’s hard to believe these pivotal labels have never been properly anthologized. Until now, that is! Sundazed once again arrives to the rescue with an exhaustive dive into the pure, undiluted garage side of USA and Destination Records; tapping into everything from priceless artifacts from the Lost Agency, the Foggy Notions, and Park Avenue Playground to label hitmakers the Buckinghams, the Cryan’ Shames, and the Flock at their most rockin’. There’s so much impossibly great music on these labels, we had to expand this collection to 40 tracks. The album artwork is stuffed with rare photos, band bios, and an interview with the legendary Jim Golden. For a full course of Chicago ’66 garage at its finest, look no further than 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60’s Garage & Psychedelia from USA and Destination Records!
Sundazed Music 2009 2-CD 35.00 €
VA: - A-Square (Of Course)
The Story Of Michigan's Legendary A-Square Records. 25 tracks
Ace Records 2008 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Ain't I Hard !
Sunset Strip 60s Sounds ! Garage & Psych from Viva Records.
Sundazed Music 2007 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 1
raw and crude mid-60s garage
Crypt Records CD 18.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 1
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 2
16 Garage Punkers
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 2
raw and crude mid-60s garage
Crypt Records CD 18.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 3
16 crazed frantic, mid-60's garage punkers
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 3
Raw and Crude mid-60s garage
Crypt Records CD 18.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 4
16 crazed wild and frantic mid-sixties garage punk screamers. 100% psychotik reaction !
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 5
16 crazed frantic bone crunchin mid-60s garage punkers !
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 6
Crypt Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 7 2LP
34 primitive, raw, wild & loud mid-60's punk-rock thumpers
Crypt Records LP 23.00 €
VA: - Back From The Grave Vol. 8 2LP
Crypt Records LP 23.00 €
VA: - Baltimore's Teen Beat A Go Go
Get Hip 1997 CD 9.90 €
VA: - Before The Fall - 24 Prelapsarian Cuts
f evidence were needed that all music is connected, this collection could well be it. You might think Australian punk, proto-Krautrock and Sister Sledge could only co-exist on a compilation called “Now That’s What I Call Utterly Unrelated”, but actually, beyond “Before The Fall”’s basic conceit, a few fragile connections start to present themselves. Henry Cow acted as support on a Captain Beefheart tour. Beefheart’s style was significantly influenced by bluesmen such as Leadbelly. Leadbelly and Pete Seeger hung out in 40s New York.

What else? ‘There’s A Ghost in My House’ and ‘Jungle Rock’ were both hits years after their original release. Fall fans wouldn’t automatically associate ‘The Mummy’ and ‘Transfusion’, yet listening to the originals reveals both as satire at the expense of the beatniks. ‘Transfusion’, like ‘Kimble’, owes much of its uniqueness to the innovative use of sound effects. ‘Kimble’ and ‘People Grudgeful’ are connected thanks to the fractious relationship between the artists concerned. ‘Grudgeful’ and ‘$ F--oldin’ Money $’ both play parts in stories of apparently unscrupulous label bosses. ‘$ F--oldin’ Money $’, ‘Rollin’ Danny’, ‘Transfusion’ and ‘Pinball Machine’ were all the work of artists who died before their time, some a little more before their time than others.

It’s fun to spot these connections but, as a Fall fan, I wouldn’t pin too much significance on them. Mark E Smith covered Monks’ tracks without even knowing their titles. He’s covered others without, by his own admission, being able to track down the publishing rights, knowing all the lyrics, or in the case of ‘War’, even remembering the tune. So while in some cases these originals will seem very familiar to Fall fans – the relative commercial success of ‘There’s a Ghost In My House’ and ‘Victoria’ is probably attributable to the fact the Fall didn’t muck about with the originals too much, while Smith’s vocal on ‘Mr Pharmacist’ is remarkably similar to Jeff Nowlen’s original – others are interesting as starting points for very different Fall readings.

These originals also demonstrate a lack of Smith snobbery towards music to which other contemporary bands would rapidly turn up their noses. Pop, blues, prog and daft novelties are all accorded the same respect, or lack of it.

As a fan of 60s garage, the Monks, Other Half and Sonics cuts on this collection were very familiar to me, but the journey into other genres has been a bit of a revelation. The habit of lifting rocksteady/reggae melody lines for retooling on other tracks led to a diverting trip which started with ‘People Grudgeful’ and took in related tracks such as ‘Longshot’, ‘Jackpot’ and ‘People Funny Boy’. Comparing versions of ‘Bourgeois Blues’, dipping a toe into the ocean of trucking music – all of this I would never have found myself doing had it not been for the cross-genre nature of Mark E Smith’s eclectic tastes.

By Dan Maier (Ace Records)
Ace Records 2011 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Best Of Twist-A-Rama
New York Carage Bands Vol 1. 16 tracks: Galaxies, Andy & The Classics, The Brix, Patty & The Hangmen, Reveres etc
Norton Records 2000 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Big Deal !
This album kinda pays like a tribute in reverse. All the tracks have been covered (or reworked) by "THE 5,6,7,8's!" .

The Rockin' Geishas chose these songs (even to blend and bend out of shape) means the originals are obviously amongst the great rock and roll tracks.
Mademoiselle Records CD 18.00 €
VA: - Bo Diddley Is A Songwriter
In his long and illustrious career, the late Ellas McDaniel portrayed his alter ego Bo Diddley as many things – a lover, a gunslinger, crazy, even a lumberjack would you believe (and as this is Bo we’re talking about, you would…)

One thing that Bo seldom if ever proclaimed himself to be is ‘A Songwriter”. But over a period of 10 years, Bo crafted some of the most memorable songs of the rock ‘n’ roll and R & B era, including numerous Hall Of Fame perennials which many will be unaware are his songs. For instance, there can be few on this planet who’ve never heard at least one version of “Love Is Strange” – it was featured in ‘Dirty Dancing’, one of the most popular and biggest grossing films of all time, for goodness sake! How many of the thousands of young people who own that soundtrack album also know that the same man who wrote it also wrote “Mona” a 1990s UK chart topper for Craig McLachlan, and “No No No”, a Top 10 hit in 1993 for reggae artist Dawn Penn (both songs appear here, in other versions, under their real titles ‘I Need You Baby’ and ‘She’s Fine, She’s Mine’ respectively…). Not many, I’ll wager.

Bo is so well known and loved as an R & B legend that his songwriting skills tend to get overlooked in comparison with his fabulous recordings. He may be seen by some as a left field entry in Ace’s ongoing ‘Songwriter Series’, but once the CD popped into the player, it won’t take but a few minutes (as his Chess colleague Chuck Berry once wrote) to realise that he’s here on merit, and not just because everyone at Ace loves Bo Diddley.

Of course, anyone who lived through the R&B and British Beat boom will be familiar with any number of E. McDaniel copyrights – both those Bo wrote, and those that were written for him by others. And there’s considerably more variety to Bo’s songwriting than some might initially think. OK, so he did put together more numerous variations on the ‘shave-and-a-haircut, six-bits’ rhythm. But Bo’s catalogue of compositions also embraces doo-wop (‘I’m Sorry’), teen pop (‘Love Is Strange’, ‘Mama Can I Go Out’) proto-surf (‘Bo’s Bounce’), humour (‘Pills’) 12 bar blues (‘Before You Accuse Me’) straight ahead R&B (‘I Can Tell’, ‘Diddy Wah Diddy’) and so much more besides.

As well as recording his songs, many of our stellar cast of artists were major league Bo fans and, indeed, most of those who are still around continue to be. The fact that the recordings on our CD span a period of 50 years gives a strong indication of the timelessness of his work as a writer – hardly surprising when his own early recordings still sound like they were recorded yesterday.

If there’s still any shadow of doubt in your mind that Bo Diddley IS a songwriter, buy this CD immediately and let its contents rid you henceforth of such foolish supposition!

By Tony Rounce (Ace Records)
Ace Records 2010 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Burghers Vol. 1
Classic 60s Sounds From Steeltown
Big Wink Records LP 17.00 €
VA: - Desert Island Treasures
Previously unreleased surf & garage from '63-'66. Also features tracks by The Velvetones and James Burton Band.
Bacchus Archives 1997 LP 15.00 €
VA: - Destroy That Boy ! More Girls With Guitars
“Destroy That Boy!”, the sequel to 2004’s “Girls With Guitars”, delves into the world of garage femmes and all-girl bands in a quest to prove that females of the species do indeed rock, roll and even snarl. In the post-Beatles beat boom, many an impressionable lass was inspired to take guitar in hand and toe the line with their male counterparts, with at least 160 touring female bands in the USA alone. A select few hit the recording studio to leave their aural mark on the decade, from which Ace has melded the cream of crop with some solo sisters to create another healthy 24-track dose of girl garage goodness.

This time old Blighty has its share of representatives, including fully-fledged female groups She Trinity and the Liverbirds. She Trinity – whose original members hailed from the UK, Canada and the USA, hence their somewhat confusing moniker – appear with their first and last (and most acclaimed) singles. The Liverbirds’ success was limited to their adoptive home of Germany, where they recorded two albums of R&B and rock’n’roll covers, three of which are showcased here. Schoolgirl duo the Termites get their pincers into a Stones classic, while South African ex-pat Sharon Tandy and Coventry’s Beverley Jones give out some gutsy performances too.

From across the Atlantic, alluring society girls the What Four open proceedings. The cover shows the Debutantes from Detroit, whose talents and glamorous image scored them a far-eastern tour and gigs alongside Motown’s finest. Another pivotal group was the Feminine Complex, formed by lead guitarist and songwriter Mindy Dalton, who achieved the rare feat of releasing an LP, but here we’re treated to two demos, including their wonderfully lo-fi version of the Monkees’ ‘(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone’, cut in their first incarnation as the Pivots.

Elsewhere come the Starlets with an attitude-soaked take on ‘You Don’t Love Me’, Swedish bombshell Ann-Margret with both decks of her single for Lee Hazlewood’s LHI label and Raylene Loos and her cohorts the Blue Angels, who contribute a rollicking rendition of ‘Shakin’ All Over’. The Girls (nope, not the same gang as on “Girls With Guitars”) debut with an unreleased cut produced by Sly Stone, while woe betides the man on the receiving end of Aussie Toni McCann, who let’s rip with ‘No’.

Jack Nitzsche protégée Karen Verros kicks off the mid-section with, a fuzz-laden mind-blowing gem written by Donovan. Project X (whose line-up included Scott McKenzie) delights with a jangly folk-garage affair and Cheryll & Pam wax lyrical in ‘That’s My Guy’. British Invasion off-shoots the Lady Bugs’ ode to the American fraternity is a hilarious romp and the wiggy Fondettes pay tribute to the mop-headed boys who started it all.

Much more info on these artists is to be found in the glossy feature-packed booklet, which includes interviews with Jan McClellan of the Debutantes and Beverley Jones. So let the girls blow the dust of their guitars yet again and take a trip down to the tougher side of girl-groupsville.

By MATT MEEK (Ace Records)
Ace Records 2009 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Don't Press Your Luck
60s Connecticut sounds. Garage and psych howlers from the vaults of Trod Nossel Studios 1966-1968.
Sundazed Music 2008 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Drink Beer Yell Dance
  LP 15.00 €
VA: - Fort Worth Teen Scene 1964-67 Vol 1
24 biisiä Texas garage Rock And Rollia mm Cynics, Jades, Larry & Blue Notes, Wyld, Tracers jne
Norton Records 2004 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Fort Worth Teen Scene 1964-67 Vol. 2
sarjan toinen osa… samaa meininkiä mm. Visions, Bards, Jack & The Ripeprs, Barons, Jades jne
Norton Records 2004 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Fort Worth Teen Scene 1964-67 Vol. 3
kuin kaksi edellistäkin.. mm. Gentlemen, Chocolate Moose, Roots, Trycerz, Jinx jne
Norton Records 2004 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Friday At The Hideout - Boss Detroit Garage 1964-67
Four Of Us, Underdogs, Pleasure Seekers, Fugitives..
Norton Records 2001 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Garage Beat ' 66 Vol. 1 Like What, Me Worry ?
Check out the artists and song titles on this disc. They'll serve as a once 'n' final warning for anyone thinkin' they've just scored some nostalgic good vibrations from the feelin' groovy sixties (Congratulations, you're about to buy the wrong collection, bub). No, what we have here is the untold, bad-attitude underbelly of that decade's rock 'n' revolution; a teenage nation that churned out thousands of raging garage records that rarely escaped Hometown U.S.A. obscurity. These are the 45 rpm singles too extreme for their time…
Sundazed Music 2004 CD 19.00 €
VA: - Garage Beat '66 Vol. 4 - I'm in Need
20 tracks
Sundazed 2005 CD 19.00 €
VA: - Garage, Beat and Punk Rock
20 tracks
Ace Records 2005 CD 10.00 €
VA: - Garagemental
Cuca Records Story Vol. 2. 26 tracks sixties garage punk rockers
Ace Records 2006 CD 17.00 €
VA: - Get Ready To Fly
26 mindbending late 60s tracks produced by Norman Petty

You’d better fasten your seat belts because once this flight takes off, you’ll never come down!

So you’re wondering why Norman Petty, producer extraordinaire and champion of rockabilly music in the 1950s has his name on a “psychedelic” compilation? The simple answer is that although Petty's main interest and focus was on music that may have been a little tamer, he still had a hand in just about every genre possible. If you were lucky enough to take the trek to Petty’s Clovis, New Mexico studio, Norman would make you sound… GREAT! He took his incredible production, arranging and editing skills and transferred them with amazing precision into the psychedelic realm.

With bands like the Frantics, Hooterville Trolley, Group Axis, Butter Rebellion, Intricate Blend, Apple-Glass Cyndrom and The Cords, how can you go wrong? Get Ready To Fly isn’t just a cameo collection of psychedelic tunes with Petty’s production as the common thread. And although the term “pop-psych” spans a pretty wide realm, this particular collection features a mind-boggling selection of 26 phenomenally-crafted songs with a bit of a hard-edged fuzz appeal. Get Ready To Fly truly doesn’t have a bad cut on it, and the overall quality of the selections is well… unbelievable!

Alec Palao has done it again, culling master tapes from another darkened vault and turning them into a highly polished audio eargasm, equipped with the requisite fuzz guitars, sitars, backwards tracking and haunting vocals required for a 73 minute flight like this. With full access to Petty's archives, the candidate list for this volume was immense, the net result being that about two thirds of the entire collection has never appeared on any compilation before. And about half of those were NEVER even released, just collecting dust in the Petty vaults for almost 40 years.

Get Ready To Fly has something for every lover of late 1960s psychedelic music, whether you're a grizzled collector or a novice, so don’t hesitate for a second to pick this one up. It’s been a long time since a collection this solid has been released.

By Ben Chaput (Ace Records)
Ace Records 2012 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Girls In The Garage Part 3
23 tracks
Romulan Records CD 18.00 €
VA: - Girls In The Garage Vol. 12
14 charming french swinging ladies
Saperlipotte Records LP 18.00 €
VA: - GS I Love You: Japanese Garage Bands
Proof that the Japanese have always excelled at anything they put their hand to, including interpreting Western rock, comes with this new Big Beat collection GS I Love You, packed with some of the most impressive beat and garage sounds you'll hear from any country. GS refers to Group Sounds, the name the Japanese media gave to the local explosion of bands circa 1967.

Japanese rock really got going with the instrumental eleki boom of 1964-1965, but obviously the Beatles and other British groups were as popular in the Far East as they were anywhere else in the world, and many of them, including the Fabs, helped inspire the Group Sounds boom by visiting Japan. Amongst the tunes covered (phonetically!) on GS I Love You are frantic versions of the Mojo's Everything's Alright, Arthur Brown's Fire, and an unintentionally hilarious mangling of Long Tall Sally by the Out Cast, which has to be heard to be believed.The casual listener will also be impressed by the high standard of production and performance in many of the original tunes included. While Japanese-language vocals can occasionally take a little getting used to, the instrumental backing tracks are consistently energetic and exciting, and fans of instrumental rock are in for a treat, as the guitar playing on many cuts is amongst the wildest and most manic of the era. for an example look no further than top GS combo the Spiders' rocking treatment of Cliff's Dynamite, which puts the Shads to shame, or their refreshing take on that old warhorse Wipeout.Elsewhere, the guitar work features plenty of fast 'n' furious fuzz and whammy bar, the legend being that, used to cheap home-manufactured instruments with a high-neck action, the skill of the average Japanese guitarist was doubled or tripled in mind-boggling fashion when slinkier Western equivalents were imported. As a bonus, most solos, even on the ballads, come with bloodcurdling screams, enthusiastic yells and shouts of such stock GS phrases as "Let's Go!!" and "Awwright Boys!!"The cynics out there may regard GS I Love You as a compilation of limited appeal, but in fact quite the opposite is true. It will bring a tap to the foot and a smile to the face of any open-minded student of 1960s pop. In researching this project, I even visited Japan (actually I was there on tour as a member of the Sneetches, but still managed to blow a small fortune on GS records). Original pressings of GS singles and albums by such heavyweights of the scene as the Golden Cups, Mops, Out Cast and Spiders can sell for hundreds of pounds on the collectors' circuit, but here's a chance to hear the 'A' selection of the best Group Sounds, at just a fraction of that cost.Trivia note: whilst there have been several GS compilations over recent years, this is the first legally-licensed one outside of Japan.

Ace Records
Ace Records 1996 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Ho-Dad Hootenanny!
beer blast blowout '65
Crypt Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Hot Generation! 1960s Punk From Down Under
According to popular stereotypes, Australians prefer their beer strong and their football played by their own rules: hard'n'fast. It's an attitude that frequently extends to their music. Rock'n'roll down under has long held a reputation for being hard, fast, loud and delivered with an untamed, youthful abandon analogous to the land itself. In Australia's mid-60s beat scene this wild spirit flourished, manifesting itself in the music of hundreds of young bands, some of which, fortunately, made it onto vinyl. Unfortunately, with a few notable exceptions (the Easybeats, the Missing Links, the Masters Apprentices), most of these amazing records remain largely unknown and unreleased outside of their homeland. Now some of the very best of these sought-after sounds can be heard on Big Beat International's ongoing Antipodean 1960s series, the latest instalment of which is Hot Generation, another collection of prime tracks from the archive of Festival Records.

While the artists here drew from a broad stylistic palette - beat, pop, R&B, soul, even surf - the music shares a raw energy and a sense of adventure indicative of the spirit we've come to call 'punk'. This new frontier punk spirit appears in a variety of moods, shapes and attitudes: The Sunsets' The Hot Generation is a relentlessly upbeat celebration of the nation's surfin' lifestyle, yet later the Lost Souls' dark, eerie lament Peace of Mind finds them marooned "a long way from home".

Steve & The Board's two contributions, I Want and I Call My Woman Hinges, typify the Aussie beat blueprint laid out by the Easybeats, combining crunchy guitar riffery, clever vocal harmonies and a unique sense of mischief. The Easys' touch is even more apparent on Johnny Young's Good Evening Girl, written by that group's prolific Vanda and Young. Elsewhere, the Soul Agents provide throbbing freakbeat on I'm Still Mad at You and back Marty Rhone on the vibrantly catchy Every Minute of You, while the Black Diamonds dish out soaring pop melodies on See the Way and Not This Time.

Other highlights include Robbie Peters' fiery version of the Zombies' She Does Everything For Me, the Purple Hearts' fuzz-inflected R&B wailer I'm Gonna Try, Russ Kruger & the Atlantics' powerful Keep Me Satisfied and Tony Worsley's savage take on the Birds' How Can It Be. The latter track was rather out of character for Worsley, who was a frequent visitor to the Aussie charts in his tamer moments, as was Normie Rowe, who shows his rougher side here on the lesser known With Me. Shout-outs should also go to Ray Brown & the Whispers, the Morloch, the Southern Gentlemen and the Pogs who all provide memorable moments. Whatever form it may take, the wild spirit of this 'Hot Generation' possesses every track.

By Mike Stax
(Mike Stax is editor of the long-lived and world-renowned Ugly Things magazine - a new issue will hit the stands any day now)
Ace Records 2002 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Hydraulic Raisins - Wailin' In West Covina !!
Smokin' regional rock comp. chock full of garage and surf/instro tracks from The Spectrums, The Hydraulic Raisins, and The Rhythm Surfers.
Bacchus Archives 1998 LP 15.00 €
VA: - I've Had Enough ! - Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol. 4
these originally unreleased recordings present a treasure trove of garage killers! All selections were recorded 1964-67 but none were released at the time. SPECIAL ALL NEW YORK EDITION!
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
VA: - IG Roof Garden - Dance Jamboree '66 2CD
55 studio tracks by 30 midwest 60s groups
Arf Arf Records 1994 CD 23.00 €
VA: - Immediate Mod Box Set 3CD
3CDs = 50 tracks
Castle Music 2005 CD-Box 25.00 €
VA: - It Came From The Garage
24 tracks garage rockers from Downey Records 1964-1967
Ace Records 2007 CD 18.00 €
VA: - Jungle Exotica Vol. 1
Strip Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Jungle Exotica Vol. 2
Strip Records LP 15.00 €
VA: - Kicks & Chicks - original 1960s Acidpunk
15 tracks
Eleventh Hour Records 1990 LP 10.00 €
VA: - Lost Illusions Vol 2 - Ultimate German Garage Punk 1965-67
14 biisiä saksalaista 60-luvun harvinaisempaa garage punk / beat tavaraa
B Sharp 2005 LP 14.00 €
VA: - Mad Mike Monsters Vol. 1 - A Tribute To Mad Mike Metrovich
The wildest 45s discovered and popularized by enigmatic Pittsburgh hoo-doo DJ during his primo prime years 1964-67, compiled into three sets of instant party mashers! Massive gatefold LPs tell the story of the Mad One in his own words, complete with tons of memories from his many local fans, while the CD packs deliver the same in a pocket-size format! Absolutely staggering array of sounds from this Norton icon! All sizzle, no gristle! This is the first volume.
Norton Records 2009 LP 13.00 €
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