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The Mad 's

Post  Spellbound on Fri 5 Sep - 20:31

http://repsychledrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-mads-molesto-1968-1971 wrote:Los Mads started out in the mid-1960's, playing covers and a few of their own songs on Peruvian television. But a chance sea-side encounter with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards after a private party got the Mads the chance to go to England; interest from Stones' manager Marshall Chess got them backstage to see Hendrix at the Isle of Wight—and recording time in the Rolling Stones studio.

Some demos recorded there and at Jagger's Stargroves castle (recorded live to studio truck, just like Led Zeppelin did for their third and fourth albums, Deep Purple's 'In rock' and 'Machine head', the Rolling Stones 'Sticky fingers', 'Exile on Main St.' and many others ) plus a name change to Molesto got them gigs at the main venues in London. They jammed with Steve Winwood and Brian Davison (The Nice); they played with Jeff Beck and Carmine Appice; Molesto's guitar player, Alex Ventura, worked in a clothing boutique alongside Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor. They were in the musical heart of England. And at that point, faced with growing friction within the group, Molesto disbanded.

This disc collects recordings from all three stages of Los Mads/The Mads/Molesto's six year career, including two tracks from the Stargroves session. The early tracks are groovy post Summer of Love stuff: 'Birds in My Tree' is a musical creamsicle, just right for summer nights. The excellent eight plus minute instrumental 'Tumor Bossa' has a Santana-esque feel. But the flamethrower guitar on Molesto tracks like 'Feels Like Love' and 'Fly Away' (which luckily clocks in at more than seven minutes) needs to be heard to be believed. Hard driving and heavy; wild, fast, rhythmic, and furious: top of the table stuff. Most tracks are sung in English.




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Thee Sixpence

Post  Spellbound on Sat 6 Sep - 12:20




Thee Sixpence wrote:Thee Sixpence was a garage rock/psych band that released a few singles in 1966-7 before recording "Incense And Peppermints", changing their name to Strawberry Alarm Clock, and achieving a fluke #1 hit. Most of the key musicians in the latter band were members at least part of the time in Thee Sixpence.



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The Crawdaddys

Post  innocent76 on Sun 7 Sep - 1:17


http://www.allmusic.com/artist/the-crawdaddys-mn0000129992/biography wrote:
In a time of trendy discotheques, bombastic arena rock, and sonic punk barbarisms, the Crawdaddys were truly a peculiarity of the late '70s. The Southern California four-piece rhythm & blues combo, led by two gifted songwriter/guitarists, Steve Potterf and Ron Silva, who began in the similar garage band the Hitmakers, shrugged off all present scenes and regressed to the past, to a Mersey-era Beatles style. Influenced by '50s R&B masters like Chuck Berry and Little Richard, the Crawdaddys jump-started their own California garage rock scene, which spread widely in the early '80s as more illustrious groups like New York's Chesterfield Kings and London's Barracudas also hiked their guitars up to chest level. Other influences, like the Yardbirds and the Velvet Underground, can be heard in the Crawdaddys' surprising yet sincere sound.

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Italy's B-Back are here again with a new bassist and a brand new release called Experiment In Colour. Of course, this is a well known band, with two very good records already out, but they've really done it this time. From start to finish, Experiment In Colour is a solid record with top grade tunes, a hifi punchy production and top performances. Every shade of guitar is used, from nasty fuzz, to folky jangle and lysergic tremolo, the bass is nice and low, and when the Farfisa kicks in, everything is elevated to higher states.
The three original members share songwriting credits and lead vocals, and this makes for a very diverse record. All kinds of stuff can be found here, from Back From The Grave type Garage Punk, to proto Acidpunk, from floorfilling R&B, to teatime Brit Popsike, but all is passed through the B-Back prism, to come out as a hi energy maelstorm, certain to be a regular in your playlist for years to come, making this a late addition to the great records of this decade.
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The Index

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http://fm-shades.tumblr.com/post/74895618787/index-reverb-drenched-garage-psych wrote:Formed at the University of Detroit in 1967, Index cut one of the most excruciatingly rare psychedelic albums of all time, pressed in an edition of a mere 100 copies. No, it’s not worth the $3,000 it lists for in Goldmine’s price guide, but it’s certainly a nifty, even one-of-a-kind curiosity (and fortunately, it was reissued in the 1980s). A power trio with more or less equal links to the garage and psychedelic eras, Index enhanced their astral aspirations with an unholy amount of reverb drone. One reviewer likened their debut LP, pretty accurately, to sounding as if it had been recorded in a freight elevator. For a psychedelic act, Index’s sound was uncommonly morose and minimalistic. They were prone to eerie, repetitious ragas, the reverb giving them a surfing-on-the-moon feel. Their originals were based around modal melodies and mournful, almost Nico-like vocals (although they were entirely male), and they wreaked slow-torture havoc with their drawn-out ragazations of “Eight Miles High,” “John Riley,” and “You Keep Me Hangin’ On.” Weirdest of all were their instrumentals, where melody took a distant second to cascading walls of reverb, wah-wah, and shrieking feedback that verged on the avant-garde. Most of the copies of the Index LPs were given away to friends, and the group vanished after the 1960s


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The Wylde Mammoths

Post  innocent76 on Mon 8 Sep - 10:33

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wylde_Mammoths wrote:Wylde Mammoths were founded in Stockholm, Sweden in the mid-80's and were part of the thriving garage rock scene of the day which included Stomachmouths, High Speed V, Crimson Shadows and The Creeps. In 1986 they were signed to the American label Crypt Records, being one of the first new bands Crypt released, before that they mostly made 60's garage compilations like the Back from the grave-series. Being very influenced by the music of the 60's themselves, The Wylde Mammoths recorded their first album in singer Peter Maniette's basement only using an old 2-track Beocord tape recorder. Tours of the US and Europe and more records followed before the band split up in the early 90's.

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The Leaves

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The Factory

Post  Spellbound on Tue 9 Sep - 22:18

http://the60sound.blogspot.gr/2011/11/factory-complete-story-1966-1969-acid.html wrote: The Factory were three boys from Surrey in England at the height of Jimi Hendrix and the whole flower power fantasy of the summer of love. Through the haze of cities covered in smoke from a generation that was expanding their minds came thousands of groups and musicians waiting for the break that would take them from a seedy club to a recording contract. The FACTORY were lucky. BRIAN and his friend DAMON LYON SHAW worked for IBC, the leading independent recording studios in London and they were looking for a band to record for their newly formed production company, HOMEGROWN MUSIC. They were both recording engineers who had worked with such legends as JIMI HENDRIX, THE WHO, THE ROLLING STONES, CREAM, STATUS QUO and many more. Surrounded by all this talent the engineers decided they had to find a raw young group that could use the knowledge they had learnt.(from Last.fm)

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Shiny Gnomes

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THE ORWELLS blood bubbles (2013)

Post  h8 on Thu 18 Sep - 2:31

the combination of the song and the video works really well here
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The Silver Skeleton Band

Post  talvinos on Sun 21 Sep - 0:40

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Laughing Soup Dish

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Daikaiju

Post  Spellbound on Fri 26 Sep - 23:26

http://www.daikaiju.org/ wrote:Who is the Daikaiju??? Premium action heroes deliver most high rocket music! Special reverb skill combo for full impact! Loud sonic boom for earful pleasure! Beautiful radiation of hyper-dimensional springy sound creates divine psychic wind for your special defense! Worship Psycho-surf band Daikaiju daily for good luck and health!

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The WildKat Tamers

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http://www.reverbnation.com/thewildkattamers wrote:

We started with just the two Paul's creating an old school sounding rock N' roll duo which has now grown to a quartet, Mole has Recently left due to many pother commitments and we have added ben Jones , also not to forget we have the dlectable Max on vocals as well to add a lady's touch to the sound ! we also play the finest in rockabilly and Rhythm and blues with a horror twang edge to it


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The Alarm Clocks

Post  Spellbound on Sun 12 Oct - 11:35


http://psychedelic-rocknroll.blogspot.gr/2009/03/alarm-clocks-yeah-reason-complain.html wrote:"THE ALARM CLOCKS - YEAH!" (GARAGE PUNK USA 1966)

"The Alarm Clocks" were formed in 1965 in Parma, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio.
"The Alarm Clocks" really seemed to exemplify the qualities and characteristics of the archetypal suburban Garage Punk group.

The original three members bassist and vocalist "Mike Pierce", guitarist "Bruce Boehm" and drummer "Bill Schwark" were students at Parma Senior High School when they started playing together as "The Alarm Clocks" in 1965.
"The Alarm Clocks" recorded two raw slices of Garage Punk, "Yeah!" and "No Reason To Complain" live in a studio in 1966 and released it on their own "Awake Records".

The single "Yeah!/No Reason To Complain" (Awake Records 107) were pressed in 200 copies

"The Alarm Clocks" were essentially a cover band with soft spots for "The Rolling Stones" and "The Kinks".
'We played high schools and battles of the bands, in the greater Cleveland area', "Mike Pierce" said. 'We always had the mind-set we didn't want people to dance. We wanted them to watch us. So we were very animated'.

"The Alarm Clocks" also went to the studio and recorded live seven more songs in the manner in which they played when they were in front of an audience.

Nothing much came of either venture and "The Alarm Clocks" disbanded in 1967.

This CD is truly fine examples of what mid-60s Garage Punk is all about, and are chocked full of Attitude, Raunch, Energy, and Enthusiasm.

"Bill Schwark" later joined Magnificent "DAMNATION OF ADAM BLESSING".






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All Of Thus

Post  innocent76 on Thu 16 Oct - 13:37

http://expo67-cavestones.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/all-of-thus-its-alright-with-me.html wrote:I've read that All Of Thus were a group of teenagers from the New York area who were still at school when their album was cut and pressed in a small quantity of only 200 copies making it a very rare and sought after disc. Rockadelic Records re-issued the album in 1994 and even those are scarce and command a price tag of $50+

The album is a must for garage fans with teen punk versions of 'Walk On By', 'Keep On Running', a unique treatment of 'Bells Of Rhymney' and group originals written by leader John Johnston.

One of the highlights is the pounding teen blast of 'It's Alright With Me' which absolutely slays the original by The Zombies. This barely controlled raver would have made a fantastic 45 with 'Bye Bye Baby' on the flip. All Of Thus never did release any singles and it's probably why they rarely get talked about.
After all, 60s garage freaks mainly collect 45s.

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The Kingpins - You're My Girl (1966)

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The Poets

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https://teensoundrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-poets-surrealistic-rain wrote:Bologna's own THE POETS were one of the finest Beatlesque-pop-beat act in the late 90's/Early 00's. With just one 7" EP under thier belts (released by Teen Sound records) they came with this incredibly catchy Beat-pop manifesto. If you like Hollies,Zombies, Fab 4 of course.. Vintage production on the recordings and a real original touch in the songwriting too.
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Footprints - Mama Rand's (1967)

Post  Psychspaniolos on Thu 23 Oct - 23:46

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The Rebels

Post  Spellbound on Sat 25 Oct - 11:42


http://www.popsike.com/THE-REBELS-LP-Madrigal-NZ-PSYCH-GARAGE-POP-ROCK-BEAT/370494777488.html wrote:The group's story goes like this:
Larry's Rebels were one of the most successful 1960s bands in NZ, mixing up garage, psych and pop. They remained a major New Zealand act until the end of 1968, although personal relationships were beginning to deteriorate. By Christmas it was agreed to split up into two entities, Larry Morris as a solo act and the Rebels as a quartet. A farewell single was released at the beginning of 1969, with "Mo'reen" on the A-Side and a Larry-less quartet number "By The Time" on the reverse (also for sale this week). The single reached number 11 on the National Charts in February and that was it for Larry's Rebels.
For a time it appeared that the split was healthy for both camps. The Rebels enlisted Glyn Mason, formerly with the Bitter End and Jigsaw, as their new leader and recorded a song called "My Son John" (also for sale this week). The single raced all the way to number one on the National Charts. The flip-side was a good thumping psych rocker called "Passing You By". Both tracks appeared on Madrigal, the Rebels album which came out instead of the long promised second Larry's Rebels album.
By the time the album was released, the Rebels were resident in Melbourne and had been signed to do a one-off single over there. The single was "Can You Make It On Your Own"/"I Can See The World". When it sunk without a trace in New Zealand as well as Australia there didn't seem much point carrying on. Bookings became sparse, and the old spark had basically gone. In January 1970, they were no longer. Viv got married and went on a honeymoon, John and Nooky returned to New Zealand for a long rest. Mal and Glyn remained in the music field in Australia. Mason went on to join Chain, Home, Copperwine, Ariel and Stockley, See and Mason, while Logan moved through Healing Force, Carson, Renee Geyer Band and the Little River Band.


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The Others

Post  innocent76 on Sun 26 Oct - 23:48

http://mreliminator.blogspot.gr/2012/11/the-others-lost-in-time-1994.html wrote:here we go with Italian retro garage crew The Others. Started up in late 80's they had several garage compilation appearances [Faces vol.1, Beat-O-Mania, Not So Pretty" tribute to the Pretty Things...] and four Lp's. The Others shared stages with acts such as Fuzztones & Chesterfield Kings to which they have pretty simmilar sound

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Beefeaters

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http://www.last.fm/music/Beefeaters wrote: Beefeaters was a blues/garage rock band from Denmark. Starting out as a early sixties beat outfit, they later changed their sound to a more bluesy style while becoming increasingly popular in clubs. They disbanded in 1964 only to reform a year later with a new line-up including Peter Thorup, eventually releasing their first album, the 1967 self-titled “Beefeaters.”. In 1969 their second and final album (excl compilations) “Meet You There” was recorded - including original and solid bluesbased rock with a tinge of psychedelia- a style they pioneered completely in Denmark.


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The Backdoor Men

Post  innocent76 on Fri 31 Oct - 15:59

http://www.allmusic.com/album/sodra-esplanaden-4-mw0000503480 wrote:Review by Ned Raggett  [-]
Collecting everything the band released on vinyl during its lifetime plus a few random bonuses from cassettes, Sodra Esplanaden, Vol. 4 has the feel of one of the single-disc artist overviews on Sundazed for bands like the E-Types. Then again, that's probably just the way the Backdoor Men wanted it -- a '60s-obsessed garage/mod band from Sweden that came together in the early '80s, the Backdoor Men were one of many similar groups of the time enthralled with an already long-gone past. But they had it better than most thanks to an absolutely killer debut single, "Out of My Mind," which could have dropped out of a time warp from two decades previously and easily made the cut on the original Nuggets. Frenetic, energetic, brilliantly sung, it's easily the highlight on Sodra Esplanaden, Vol. 3, but much of the rest of the disc has a series of enjoyably derivative treats. Besides three full-on covers -- the Music Machine's "The People in Me," the Chocolate Watchband's "Are You Gonna Be There (At the Love-In)," and the Standells' "I'm Going Home" -- the band merrily made its way through everything from backward-mask-introduced instrumentals ("Dance of the Savages") to breezily tuneful songs like "Another Way of Giving" that tone down the fuzztone and shrieking for calmer but no less peppy approaches. Based on the screams from the live cuts that make up much of the disc, they had one heck of a following at their height, and the performing in general shows they could kick up the right amount of proto-punk chaos. As is appropriate enough for an artifact of a band that celebrated a musical movement with its own boatloads of artifacts, there are liner notes detailing the whole story obsessively and plenty of photos and ads -- all the minutiae that could make Rhino Records proud.

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The Out Key Hole

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http://teensoundrecords.bandcamp.com/album/out-key-hole-dreams-in-waking-state wrote:The OUT KEY HOLE may sounds like a band out of the blue but they're not. Actually this great Garage-Psych combo exist since almost 20 years now, atho' they're at their debut album here,from 2010. Picture a deranged-sometimes outta tune guitar driven act that lies in between the 60's fuzzed tremolo of the Electric Prunes andearly Pink Floyd harmonies and the 80's garage Punk beat of Attila And The Huns, not forgetting the whole european garage scene revival.

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Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'n Roll Trio

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http://www.last.fm/music/Johnny+Burnette+&+The+Rock+%27n%27+Roll+Trio wrote:The Rock and Roll Trio were an American rockabilly group formed in Memphis, Tennessee, during the 1950s. They were also known as “Johnny Burnette and the Rock and Roll Trio” and the “Johnny Burnette Trio”. The members of the Trio were Dorsey Burnette, his younger brother Johnny, and a friend Paul Burlison. Dorsey and Johnny Burnette were both natives of Memphis, having been born there in 1932 and 1934 respectively. Paul Burlison was born in Brownsville, Tennessee in 1929, but moved to Memphis with his family in 1937.



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