The Ultimate ACID DREAMS Collection [60’s Garage/Psych]

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”In 1979, a Berlin record store issued Acid Dreams, a compilation of American psychedelic garage punk in a simple op-art sleeve, pressed in an edition of only 77 copies. It was inspired by the Nuggets compilation that appeared on Elektra in 1972, but dug much deeper into US ’60s pop culture than even that brilliant double LP set had dared to venture. Its emergence was only slightly predated by the first Pebbles compilation, which had appeared in Australia the year before. Acid Dreams was an instant classic. It defined the perfect garage psych compilation and went on to spawn sequels over the following decades. These include Acid Dreams Testament, Acid Dreams Epitaph (both on compact disc), The Return of Acid Dreams, the triple LP set Acid Dream.”

93 trax collection of wyld 60’s psych punk with such killer acts as The Music Machine, The Sparkles, The Swamp Rats, The Red Crayola, The Balloon Farm, Larry & The Blue Notes, Phil & The Frantics and loads of lesser known names. Some of this tunes can be heard on Pebbles, Back From The Grave or Sixties Rebellion series but many are pretty unknown. Fine selection of tunes for 60’s garage fanatics and others. It’s a Question Of Temperature alrigh. Dig!!!





HOT ROCKIN’ TRACKS [50’s & 60’s Rock’n’Roll/Blues]


Two rare LP collections, interesting mix of some obscure rockabilly & blues tunes. 24 trax of rockin’n’bluesin’ losers and some well known acts as Link Wray, Bo Diddley, Elmore James, Frankie Lee Sims, Sonny Boy Williamson, J.B Lenoir. Say… Dig!!!


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BOBBY FULLER – Rock And Roll King Of The Southwest [1962-64]



Yep! More Bobby Fuller rock’n’roll, this time from his pre-hit days with The Fanatics, recorded in his garage studio on Album Avenue in El Paso, Texas. While mostly unissued and alternate versions, some of this tunes as I Fought The Law, Fool Of Love, Saturday Night, King Of The Beach, A New Shade Of Blue and Keep On Dancing were later re-recorded for classic ’65/’66 lp’s with The Bobby Fuller Four. All of this stuff you can find on comps as “El Paso Rock” and “Shakedown!” I’ve already posted on my old blog but wtf, here’s The Best of the Texas Years 1962-64. Bobby was a R’n’R King for sure!!!