Following my previous post, here’s a group you can hear on vol.2 of ”Hen’s Theet” comp. This Mod Freakbeat combo was formed in 1965, Hatfield UK, out of The Juniors and Hi-Numbers their previous incarnations [later on they evolved in well known pop/psych band The Gods]. They issued only one 7” That Driving Beat / Walkin’ Walkin’ Walkin’ on Mercury in ’66, so majority of the stuff in this collection are unissued. Here you got some cool covers of R&B classics as Leaving Here, Lucille or Fortune Teller, done in Fav Sons style. In their heydays they shared stage with The Birds, The Artwoods and The Who, well… you got the picture. First I Look At The Purse :-)) Check ’em out, Gid !!!
Complete story of The Favourite Sons you can read here
Interesting 90’s comp. series of some obscure UK 60’s groups singles and acetates. Styles ranged from beat, mod to garage frekbeat and psych. If you like comps as The Perfumed Garden, Rubble, Purple Heart Surgery, Electric Sugarcube Flashbacks and such, than this is fer ya. Say… Dig!!!
Yep! Even more Euro glamsters from glittering 70’s. Most of these tunes sounds as real big hits from their heydays, so if you dig “Killed By Glam” series check this out. Come on ‘n’ Dig !!!
Already have posted this on my old blog, so this is a re-post 🙂 ’99 comeback album for ? & The Mysterians and it’s great. Although most tunes are re-recordings of their classic 60’s stuff , they’re done in cool neo 60’s fashion [not with goofy ‘modern’ sound], so don’t worry. There are also great covers of Lyres [Don’t Give It Up Now], It’s All Meat [Feel It], Suicide [Cheree] and Stones [Satisfaction]. Don’t miss it. Dig !!!
’14 HIGH OCTANE AND FRENZIED TALES OF BOOZED UP HICKS, CHICKS, DROP OUTS AND SKUNKS SYPHONED FROM VARIOUS NORTH AMERICAN OIL DUMPS OF ILL-REPUTE’ – Belter Records (known from the ‘Bonehead Crunchers’ and ‘Ultimate Bonehead’ series) has been rampaging obscure nooks and crannies of North America to uncover a selection of frenetic screamers and high velocity tales of hellraising and beer swilling with fast driving stoners trying to catch even faster moving girls. If you can imagine a rockabilly outgrowth updated through a grinder operated by Keith Richards and Rob Tyner, you have an idea of what to expect. This LP merges rock’n’roll, late garage and budding proto punk in an endless orgy of high energy stupidity. The contents are mainly from the late ’60s and early ’70s, so if you like Flamingo- era Groovies or ever wanted to hear a more rural MC5, this one is for you!
Huh! Here are more greased boneheads fer ya muleskinner rockers. Ripped from the limited vinyl by Mr.Eliminator. Fav tunes: Don’t Munkey With The Funky Skunky [you’ll be sorry if you do] 🙂 Teenage Frustration, Race Car Lady, The Jax Are Back alright, Dig!!!
1. Dry Ice – Don’t Munkey With The Funky Skunky
2. Bros – Red Headed Woman
3. Desert Fox – High School Rock And Roll
4. The Jets – Queen Of The Ballroom
5. The Seals – Hold Me
6. The Little Youngers – Southern Wind
7. Midwest – Heaviness
1. Homegrown – Loaded
2. Clinton – Midnight In New York
3. Moses – Watcha Gonna Do Now
4. Black Leather Touch – Teenage Frustration
5. Red Mountain Ash – Race Car Lady
6. Kenny Oller – Rock With Your Woman
7. The Jax – The Jax Are Back
“Recorded in an actual cave in western Missouri, the quartet formerly known as the Fabulous Four emerged from the depths in 1969 with an album’s worth of wasted psychedelia. Helmed by the Electric Prunes’ Michael Quint, the session produced one promo-only 45, bearing the truly un-pretty Squeakie label—a madman’s face in red-on-white, howling out of the spindle hole. The songs blend backwards guitar lines, Flamenco runs, triple-tracked vocals, heavy distortion, handclaps, key vamps, a Stones rip, and extremely absurd lyrical content.”
Fuuzzzzz… oh YEAH! Killer 4 trax double 7″ of fuzzed out garage/psych dementia by this Kansas City club band will fry your brain as a handful of LSD. Welcome to the world of fuzz & acid, Take It!
Achtung Baby! This here is a real cool 3cd edition of the ‘Prae-Kraut Pandaemonium’ lp’s compilation of mostly German 60’s garage/beat/psych groups [there are few UK, Swiss, Austrian and Sweden bands], and probably some of you are already familiar with the stuff but WTF. I can’t always come with somethin’ nobody knows 🙂 So here’s a deal… You better dig alright!
“14 Ferocious Crunchers and Visceral Heavy Thudders Excavated from the Doldrums of the North American Suburban Wilderness”
So we are finally back under the Bonehead banner still crunching and ultimate but no longer bound to any notion of a future series. We have come not only to praise Bonehead but to bury it at the same time. Herein you will find an abundance of heavy Psych monstrosities, numbskull shredders and dastardly inducements to follow Satan or in once instance, his direct opposite… It’s loud, proud and hopefully great fun to enjoy while you attempt to keep control of your bladder functions.
Even more Boneheads at Surfadelic. Anarcho satanic garage hard rock/psych on limited 300 vinyl. For fans of Blue Cheer and others. Sick shit. Say… Dig !!!
“The Unholy Trinity rose from the ashes of The Sid Presley Experience after the split in April 1985. Despite little finance and even less encouragement the trio entered a small 8-track studio with only 2 days to record and mix these six tracks. Turning a blind eye to the difficulties of their situation The Unholy Trinity – Rise To The Occasion.”
Alright boys, you’re alredy familiar with GodfaTHErs, so in the wake of their brand new lp I wanna remind you of their predecessors Sid Presley Experience and The Unholy Trinity [well I’ve already posted Sid Presley Experience complete story on my old blog, but wtf]. Del Bartle [curently play in GodfaTHErs] and Kevin Murphy were in both bands, with “Mad Dog” Lucas in Trinity they kicked some serious ass. Explosive trax as ‘Rock And Roll Traitor’, ‘Bad Boy’ [Larry Williams cover] or ‘Take A Chance’ [Jerry Nolan], make “Rise to the Occasion” one of the best garage punk Ep’s around so you better watch out! Sid Presley Experience come with their ’84 singles “Public Enemy Number One”, “Cold Turkey” and John Peel Session recordings, so ya gotta show some respect ok. Dig !!!
Double Bubble surfin’ slab by these Swedish band. I think this is one and only 2xLp surf album in history so it’s kinda curiosity. It contains half instro and half vocal tunes, so it’s pretty complex surfin’ project 🙂 [somethin’ like ‘Exile on main street’ or ‘London Calling’ for surf genre lol ]. Anyways check it out, Dig !!!