Garage pop band originally from Wenatchee, Washington, later based in Reno, Nevada. Jack Bedient and the Chessmen released twelve 45s and five LPs most of which was a reflection of their lounge act. You probably heard their tunes ”Repunzel”, ”Double Whammy” and ”I Want You To Know” on Highs In The Mid Sixties comps. Here’s Surfadelic-made collection with some of their best tunes from ’66 -’69, taken from singles, lp ”Where Did She Go?” from ’67 and one live cut from ’69 ”In Concert” lp. For more info click here. Check some favs down below ‘n’ Dig!







DOWNLINERS SECT – The Birth Of Suave [UK 60’s Raw Garage/R&B]



Released on Wild Billy Childish‘s Hangman label in 1991., this collection of Downliners Sect‘s 60’s tunes was my very first contact with legendary ”Deerstalking” rockers. From wyld cover of Leiber & Stoller’s “Little Egypt” [The Coaster], ingenious fuzzed-out version of Perry Como’s ”Glendora” and definitive take on little known Lou Reed/John Cale pre Velvet song ”Why Don’t You Smile Now”, to killer originals Everything I’ve Got To Give,Outside, One Ugly Child, I’ll Find Out, He Was A Square, you’re gonna get a taste of C.Berry, Bo Diddley, Jimmy Reed influenced raw mid 60’s r&b. These guys beat the Stones and Pretty Things in their own game. 14 trax LP + 8 bonus trax goes to whopping 22 trax of ‘Deerstalking’ garage rock action. Baby, this is A MUST! Find Out What’s Happening, Dig!!!


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Hey You! Here’s another battle of the bands at Surfadelic.

The Road Runners were a garage band from Fresno, California who released seven songs on four singles in a short period between August of 1965 and April of 1966. Their best known tunes are “I’ll Make It Up To You” [covered by Lyres] and “Goodbye” you could hear on comps as Highs In The Mid Sixties, Garage Beat ’66, Garage Beat ’66, Moxie Punk E.P. Box Set, Prisoners Of The Beat… Other cool trax are unissued “Night Time Love”, fuzz ridden “Little Miss Love”, folk rock single b-side “Tell Her You Love Her” and garage stomper “Pretty Me”. This here is a collection of all of their studio recording + live stuff.

The Guilloteens hailed from Memphis, TN and had connections with Elvis [who brough ’em to L.A.] and Phil Spector [who started working on producing their original debut single]. They are most-known for their regional hit “I Don’t Believe” and “Hey You”. Other strong tunes are “For My Own” their 2nd single on Hanna-Barbera Records, “I Sit And Cry”, “Crying All Over My Time” and Paul Revere and the Raiders influenced “Wild Child”. This here is their Complete Singles Collection LP on Misty Lane Records. Check some favs down below ‘n’ Dig!!!


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BOBBY & LAURIE – Hitch Hiker (1966. Oz Garage/Beat)

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Oh no, it’s not what you think. Surfadelic hasn’t become douchebag lame evergreen site. I know, this LP cover sucks ass big time, looks sooo damn boring ugly and isn’t a selling point for sure but the music inside is a real cool garage/beat, belive you me! Melbourne’s Bobby Bright and Laurie Allen had a number of pop hits in the mid-60s, from the Laurie Allen composition I Belong With You (1965) to Hitch Hiker. They were regulars on the Go!! TV pop show and later had their own show on ABC-TV (Australia), It’s A Gas, later Dig We Must. This is their 2nd and best slab – Dave Clark Five, Everly Brothers influenced freakbeat with cool trax as “No Next Time”, “Jump Back”, ”Not My Girl”, ”Fallin”, ”You’ll Come ’round”, ”Sweet And Tender Romance”, some of which you could hear on Australian 60’s garage comps as Ugly Things, Devil’s Children, Oz Beat Frenzy!, Down Under Nuggets… So, as Bo Diddley said “You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover”, don’t miss it!


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Surfadelic Presents: KILLER COVERS !!!

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Damn! Is that Lee Marvin point a gun at you? You’re in big trouble ’cause brand new Surfadelic comp is comin’ your way. This collection is dedicated [mostly] to the 60’s garage covers of famous hit and classic tunes of The Rolling Stones, Small Faces, Them, Yardbirds, Pretty Things, Hendrix, The Standells, Question Mark & the Mysterians, The Sonics, Eddie Cochran, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Little Richard, Richard Berry, Eddie Floyd, Mose Allison…

Many of these songs are my all-time favs and ‘definitive versions’ like Downliners Sect rendition of ”I Wanna Put A Tiger In Your Tank” [Muddy Waters], The Roadrunners ”Lsd” [Pretty Things], legendary 60’s punkers Swamp Rats freak-out versions of ”Louie Louie” [Richard Berry] and ”Psycho” [The Sonics], The Hondells take on Jody Reynoldse ‘tenage tragedy’ song ”Endless Sleep”, The Litter legendary killer version of ”I’m A Man”,  Dutch 60’s punkerz The Tykes with frantic fuzzed-out cover of ”Let’s Dance” [Chris Montez], The Squires with one of the best versions of ”Gloria”, The Pupils over the top over-fuzzed (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, The Misunderstood ingenious take on ”I’m Not Talking”,  The Sonics great cover of ”Diddy Wah Diddy” [Bo Diddley] and even Tom ‘Welsh tiger’ Jones cover of Shocking Blue ”Venus”. There’s one real cute and funny kiddos Mexican singers cover of The Standells hit ”Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Wear White” and cool Mexican version of ”96 tears” by Las Moskas. Alltogether, it’s a virtual double disc set with 40 trax, most of ’em real killers! You better… Dig!!!



”Bought this gun from Mr.Eliminator”


”Don’t Happy, Be Worry!”


”Damn, I told you so!”

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Originally released as LPs back in 1982/83., these two comps gather some real cool 60’s US garage-punk/psych tunes by The Hangmen, Bram Rigg Set, Invasion, Royal Aircoach, The Falcons [influenced by The Seeds “Tripmaker”], The Bluethings, H.M. Subjects, Ed Wool & The Nomads, ‘early’ The Doors, The Undecided, The Liverpool Set [killer ” Seventeen Tears To The End”], The Tropics [ace ”As Time’s Gone”],  The Olivers, The Id, The Bump, The Guilloteens, great garage folk-rock ”Days Of My Years” by The Traveling Salesmen, The Spikedrivers, 49th Paralell … Some of these song were over-comped over the years  so you could be very familiar with them but some ain’t, so you gotta dig anyways. Check some fuzzed-out favs below ‘n’ gid!!!





13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS – Fire in My Bones / Elevator Tracks



These two unofficial vinyl collections issued in ’85/’87 on Texas Archive rec. were the first sources for unissued early recordings by Roky and crew. Both records have one studio side with early 1966 recordings [later known as ”The Contact Sessions”] and the other live side from ‘The Sump N’ Else Tv Show’ and ‘La Maison Ballroom’. You can hear great unissued stuff as ”I Don’t Ever Want To Come Down”, ”Make That Girl Your Own”, ”You Can’t Hurt Me Anymore”, ‘Fire In My Bones”, alternate versions of tunes from their legendary debut, live rumble and Intereview with Tommy Hal by Ron Chapman [“Who is it that is doing the ‘doo ga doo ga doo’ Is that you?”]. I know you know but… once again the 13th Floor Elevators!!!

[Special thanx to JPstooges for vinyl rip]

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TEEN TRASH FROM PSYCHEDELIC TOKYO 66-69 Vol.1-3 [Monster A Go-Go!/Big Lizard Stomp!/Slitherama!]


”Under the influence of The Beatles, the Group Sounds movement swept Japan in the mid-1960s. This esteemed compilation exceedingly difficult to find since its original release in 1990, gathers the wildest tracks in the genre, spanning surf rock, fuzzed-up R&B, and even psychedelia. It’s sure to thrill fans of the further reaches of garage rock.”

Don’t know what could it be, effects of radiations or somethin’ but Japanese rockers really know how to took things to the extreme. If I tell you that these three ‘Godzilla’ volumes of 60’s ‘banzai garage’ contain more fuzz than you ate hot meals or noodles in yer whole life then ya know what I’m talkin’ bout. Here you got the most savage ‘Brit invasion’ influenced sound with acts like The Golden Cups [check out Surfadelic collection!], The Mops, The Beavers, The Spiders, The Carnabeats, D’Swooners, The Jaguars… predecessors to modern Jap garage punk bands as The Teengenerate or Guitar Wolf. Most stuff are fuzzed-out covers of classics by Bo Doddley, C. Berry, Wilson Pickett, Hendrix, Yardbirds, Animals… Yo kiddos! Check out some favs below and 掘る !!!



OZ BEAT FRENZY! (Rare & Unknown ’60s Garage) / THE AUSTRALIAN MUSIC BEAT SCENE (1965-67)


Two Australian 60’s garage beat comp with mostly rare but pretty solid ‘Down under’ fuzzed-out rumble. There are some well known acts like The Elois, Purle Hearts, Missing Links, Throb, Barrington Davis, Johnny Rebb & The Atlantics… ”Oz Beat Frenzy!” is more on raw garage side while ”Australian Music Beat Scene” is more beat oriented. Anyways, check some favs down under, Stop, Look And Listen ‘n’ Dig!!!


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It’s never enough of 60’s punk , ain’t it? These are real cool garage rock comps from the late 80’s but there’s a catch as volume 2 cd version gathers all vol.2 Lp trax plus 7 vol.1 trax and 3 bonus cuts . So I have to add 10 more trax from vol.1 Lp to make collection complete with 34 trax! It’s kinda like compicated huh?!…  but don’t worry, everything’s here.

Some of the songs like Larry And The Loafers ”Lets Go To The Beach”, Teddy And His Patches ”From Day To Day”, The Humane Society ”Knock, Knock”, The Romancers ”She Took My Oldsmobil” or The Lyrics ”Mr. Man” you could hear on ”famous” garage comps as Nuggets, Pebbles,  What A Way To Die, Sixties Rebellion, Mayhem & Psychosis, Hang It Out To Dry!…  But most trax are not so well known as wacky opener by Animal Jack ”Gotta Hear The Beat (Part1)”, biker outlaws The Charles ”Motorcycle”, fuzz drenched ”Turning To Stone” by The Gladiators,  The Reverbs ”Lie In The Shade Of The Sun”, The Teardrops ”Sweet, Sweet Sadie”, punker Joe Frank & The Knights ”Can’t Find A Way”, fuzzed-out ”I’ll Give You More” by Erik And The Smoke Ponies and The Decades ”I’m Gonna Dance”, organ driven ”Stay In My Life” by The Pied Pipers or cool stuff as Fever Tree ”I Can Beat Your Drum” and The Pilmigrage ”Bad Apple” you could hear on Garage Beat ’66 and Teenage Shutdown! comps. Sound optimization by Mr.Eliminator himself.  Loads of ace 60’s fuzzed-out garage rock action ”Until the devil starts to sweat!” Dig!!!


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