REVENGE ’66 (Revisited !)

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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!!!


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Surfadelic Presents: ANGEL WITH A DEVIL’S HEART

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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!!!


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Surfadelic Presents: Black Lightening Light! (US 60’s Garage/Psych)

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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!


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Surfadelic Presents: SHOTGUN ROCK’N’ROLL !!!

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Yeah you’re right, here comes a brand new Surfadelic collection and it’s a hot one believe you me. This time it’s a killer mix of 60’s rockabilly rockers, garage, hot rod and even some r&b stompers. You gotta deal with high-octane rockin’ acts as Bobby Comstock, The Druids, The Sonics, Dean Carter, Gene Vincent, The Wailers, Link Wray, The Trashmen, Dick Dale, Del Shannon and others… There’s Ted Taylor with original version of classic “Rambling Rose” (later covered by MC5),  hilariously sweet favavorite “Little Gun, Little Me” by Diana Darrin and yeah Michael Caine on cover art. Check some favs down below and…ya know… You better dig, allright!!!


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JAY-JAYS [1966] Vinyl Rip!

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“At the end of 1965, four members of The Hagues popular Jumping Jewels dumped their manager and struck out on their own as the Jay-Jays. With the name change came a new musical direction, a pent-up beat music sound inspired by the Beatles, the Who and, especially, the Kinks. Their first single, Bald Headed Woman, was a Top 10 smash. The Jay-Jays most impressive recordings were all released within the span of one tumultuous, action-packed year: 1966. Their self-titled album included such Dutch beat gems as Come Back If You Dare, I Keep Tryin, Today Im Gay and the fuzz-packed instrumental Cruncher. Every one of those jumping 66 jewels can be heard on this twelve-inch platter, remastered in dynamic mono sound, each sounding louder, more vibrant, and more crunch-filled than ever before.”

Vinyl rip of this 60’s garage/beat band from Holland fine ’66 LP. Already have posted their stuff before but hey, ya gotta git it anyway. Keep on tryin’, Dig!!!


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PEBBLES Vol. 6 (Revisited)

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This Pebbles volume is dedicated to raw 60’s Brit rhythm & blues rather than Mod as it’s stated on the cover. It features cool garage/r&b by The Fairies [Twink pre Pink Fairies band], The First Gear, The Betterdays, The Wild Ones, David John & The Mood, The Wheels, Bill & Will “Goin’ To The River” (later covered by The Gories), covers of Bo Diddley, Howlin’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Jimmy Reed. One of my favs is “Singing The Blues” by Jason Eddie And The Centremen, a neurotically played tune produced by legendary Joe Meek! [apparently he added the wild guitar afterwards without the band knowing and they weren’t happy]. Last track on this comp is a pop tune by Bo & Peep and the band is mainly The Rolling Stones plus others that might have included Gene Pitney and Phil Spector.

As with other “Revisited” volumes the sound quality is quite improved with trax from the best possible sources. There is also cool bonus cut by Jimmy P. just for your listening pleasure, don’t miss it! Dig!!!



Turds On A Bum Ride vol.1 (revisited)

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Here’s another revisited version of an old and now a classic garage/psych comp. “Turds On A Bum Ride” 1 issued in 1991. as 29 trax 2LP set [Cd version has 25] is best in the series of 6 volumes made by some italian collectors. Opening up with killer single B-side “I Just Don’t Know” by the MC5 followed by Sean Bonniwell’s intro to The Music Machine fuzzed-out gem “No Girl Gonna Cry” (two favorite bands) and you know it’s gonna be a rollercoaster garage punk ride. Then there’s notorious “Boil The Kettle, Mother” by The ID, an obscure Jerry Cole band-project, Von Ruden‘s cool psychedelizied version of The Stones’ “The Spider And The Fly”, killer garage/psych tunes by Silk Winged Alliance, Northwest Company and The Happy Return. One of my alltime favs is ’69. psych tune “Tendency To Be Free” by Rabbit Mackay. There are more fine garage stuff with The Sparkles “I Want To Be Free”, Terry Knight And The Pack “Numbers” fuzz killer, wacky “Complication” by The Monks and The Shadows Of Knight “I’m Gonna Make You Mine”. You got loadsa great rare late 60’s psych as Capt. Groovy & His Bubblegum Army, The Animated Egg, Magic Swirling Ship, Orphan Egg, Lite Storm and exotic middle eastern influenced “For A Moment” by Orient Express. All in all, this collection is an unforgetable garage/acid ride to the center of a mind, allright!  🙂
Here is Surfadelic HQ 360 sound version of this legendary compilation. Acid, Fuzz & no Flowers! Don’t miss it, dig!!!


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Real COOL 14 trax Lp collection of this San Jose, Ca. legendary 60’s punkers, issued by Rhino rec in 1983. Already have posted their CD ”best of” but this have more punchy sound. Classic original stuff as ‘Are You Gonna Be There (At The Love In)’, ‘No Way Out’, ‘Sweet Young Thing’, ‘Don’t Need Your Lovin’, ‘Misty Lane’, great garage/psych instro ‘Expo 2000‘ and cool covers of The Grodes ‘Let’s Talk About Girls’, Dylan ‘Baby Blue’, The Kinks ‘I’m Not Like Everybody Else‘, The Brogues ‘I Ain’t No Miracle Worker’ and We The People ‘In The Past’. Ya know, there’s No Way Out… Dig!!!




COUNT FIVE – Psychotic Reaction, The Complete Count Five [Vinyl Rip!]

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“I feel depressed, I feel so bad
‘Cause you’re the best girl that I ever had
I can’t get your love, I can’t get a fraction
Uh-oh, little girl, psychotic reaction
And it feels like this!…”


…It feels like a top 10 garage rock tune of all time. You’re already familiar with Count Five, famous 60’s punk band from San Jose, California, and their psych-punk hit “Psychotic Reaction” that reached the US Top 5 in 1966. This here is vinyl rip of 1994. compilation consist of Count’s entire ’66 LP + ’67/’68 singles. Cool 60’s garage stuff all the way and all around. Double-Decker Bus, Pretty Big Mouth, Peace Of Mind, The Morning After, Teeny Bopper, Can’t Get Your Loving, Revelation In Slow Motion… This is A MUST!!!


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THE UGLY DUCKLINGS – Somewhere Outside (1966)


“That fuzz guitar is so lethal, it would be banned in at least 20 US states, and 4 Canadian proviences! 2 thumbs up!”


Probably the best Canuck 60’s garage band. The Ugly Ducklings were a five piece garage rock group based in Toronto, Ontario. You could hear their fuzzed-out single B-side “Just In Case You’re Wondering” on Pebbles vol. 10 and now here’s their sole ’66 Lp + bonus stuff. Imagine mid 60’s garage rock cross between Stones & Yardbirds and you got the picture.