Here are more Ig’s stuff. This one came in 1983. on Invasion records, LP compilation of post “Raw Power” recordings from ’73/’74/’75, with Jame Williamson. My favorite proto-punk slab. I know you know but read this …
This is reissue of a real fine double LP bootleg with live show recorded at the Stardust Ballroom L.A. 11-30-79. Featuring Glen Matlock, Klaus Krüger, Ivan Kral, Brian James as Iggy’s backing band playin’ songs from “Soldier” LP before it was released in 1980. and The Stooges stuff as well. Only a 1,000 copies of this LP were made. Are you ready for Knocking ’em Down? Dig!!!
“The Brit girl emerged at the tail end of America’s Pop renaissance and on the brink of a British beat boom. Come 1964, Girl Pop was reproduced at a frightening rate and it is the driven and dedicated girl pop collectors who slaughtered the Brit girl inferiority myth and prompted reissue labels to revisit the vaults for the rare masters. This 2009. collection includes overlooked artifacts from Tracy Rogers, Claire Francis, Diane Lancaster, The Carolines, The Carrolls and others.”
Pretty solid collection of some obscure UK 60’s girl mod/pop sounds. If ya dig US girl groups sounds you gonna like this too. Check some favs ‘n’ dig!
You’re probably familiar with this superfine US 60’s punk comp. I’ve already posted on this site but this is “Revisited” version with upgraded sound quality just fer your listening pleasure. It’s a HQ garage rock sound with some ace underground 60’s punkers. Check some favs down below and… ya know… Dig!!!
This one is dedicated to Davie Allan “King of Fuzz” and his 60’s soundtracks vocal sides. As you know, Davie and his crew were wery busy during sixties as a studio musicians on many American International exploatation movies soundtracks as Born Losers, Teenage Rebellion, The Glory Stompers, Devils Angels, The Wild Angels, Thunder Alley, Riot On Sunset Strip, The Golden Breed and others. You’re already familiar with Davie’s fuzzed-out instro stuff but this Surfadelic comp especially concentrate on vocal tunes from his numerous collaborations with other acts as instro back-up and appearances under different monikers like Max Frost & The Troopers, The Back-Wash Rhythm Band, The Sidewalk Sounds, Jerry And The Portraits, Hands Of Time, Glass Family… 20 trax of real cool soundtracks stuff + one rare single side “Granny Goose”. Don’t miss this, dig!!!
This is collection of some of my favorite underground USA 60’s garage/psych tunes. By the late 60’s many garage rock bands went psychedelic, developing their raw primitive sound with fuzz/wah wah pedal and acid effects. This ain’t hippy trippy West Coast folk psych, but fuzzed-out, harder rockin’ and sometimes heavy psychedelics like killer “Silence Of The Morning” by Glass Sun. Most of these tracks are from ’67/’68/’69 with couple of tunes from early 70’s. Here you gotta deal with ace stuff by Crystal Rain, First Crew To The Moon, Max Frost And The Troopers, The Raves, Nobody’s Children, The Music Machine, The Spontaneous Generation, The Twilighters, The Shy Guys, Glass Sun… Check some favs down below and dig!