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Saturday, September 20, 2014

THE STANDELLS - The Best Of [Vinyl Rip!!!]



''Yeah, down by the river
Down by the banks of the river Charles
Aw, that's what's happenin' baby
That's where you'll find me
Along with lovers, buggers and thieves''

This fine compilation came in '86 and was a reissue of '83 Rhino Rec. ''Best Of'' Lp but with different cover art [later in '89 it was issued as 18 trax CD but with somehow inferior sound]. It's a real cool overview on one of the TOP TEN U.S. 60's garage punkers. 
With legendary proto-punk stuff like Dirty Water, Riot On Sunset Strip, Mr. Nobody, Mainline, Try It, Medication, Barracuda, Why Pick On Me, All Fall Down... they manage to beat the Stones at their own game. 

''Frustrated Women Need To Be In By 12:00''

Ingeniously produced by Ed Cobb who wrote some of their best tunes [later on created a sound for another cult garage crew The Chocolate Watchband], The Standells went straight to the top of Garage Rock Pantheon.
This here is <360> Surfadelic Vinyl Rip! powerful audio assault for the best garage/punk experience. It's causing A RIOT!

''I'm going down to the strip tonight
I'm not on a stay home trip tonight
Long hair seems to be the main attraction
But the heat is causin' all the action''




http://www65.zippyshare.com/v/9192473/file.html


Friday, September 19, 2014

THOR'S HAMMMER - Iceland 60's Punk/Beat



My favorite Iceland rock band. Formed in Keflavik in 1963. under the name Hljómar [The Chords], in '66 they recorded legendary EP Umbarumbamba for Parlophone [regarded as one of the rarest released records in the world].
Although I've already posted their complete recordings, these Vinyl Ripped seven trax are everything you should know about them. KICK-ASS garage/punk/beat. Dig!

01 If You Knew
02 I Don't Care
03 Big Beat Country Dance
04
A Memory
05 My Life
06
Better Days
07 Love Enough


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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Surfadelic Presents: FUZZ-TONE SHAKEDOWN [60's Punk]



Quess what's my favorite guitar-tone? Yeah right... It's a killer FUZZ-TONE baby! Nothin' can compare to that skull-piercing, brain-melting, wall crunching fuzz-tone sound. So, this here is a Surfadelic compilation dedicated to 60's Punk groups that have used their guitars as a weapons loaded with fuzz for audio rebellion, psych destruction and ultimate garage rock SHAKEDOWN!
So, whacha gonna do now?!? Well, I'll tell you: Get your headphones and tape 'em to yer skull, dig the stuff  & PLAY LOUD!

[P.S.: Not recommended for the faint-hearted]



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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

ALL NIGHT RHYTHM & ROCK



Raw 50's/60's R&B rockers from rare 45's. Styles range from Little Richard kinda tunes to house rockin' blues stuff.

Fav trax: 
Bo Dudley - Shotgun Rider
Eddy Jones & Cyclones - Say What
Danny Brown - Chewing Gum
James Carter & The Sentimentals - Hey, Baby, Hey
V & Bb - They Just Rocking And Rolling
Jesse Allen - Love My Baby
Charles Epps - Rock With The Boogie




Monday, September 15, 2014

THE GO-GO'S - Swim With The Go-Go's [1964]



"Watch me swim on by, look a shark in the eye, 
stay on the bottom till the tank runs dry, 
underwater, swimming underwater."

One of the many Gary Usher's studio projects of hot rod/surf 60's craze [you could hear 'em on "Hot Rod U.S.A" compilation. This vocal crew rare sole Lp is kinda not so great but nonetheless pretty interesting and will appeal to Beach Boys/Hondells fans. 
Expert advice: you should better start with B-side from Underwater... 'cause A-side is pretty weak [except for Lonely Girl and Goodbye Winter]. Anyways, do whatcha wanna do but... Do the Malibu!





Sunday, September 14, 2014

FRAT SHACK STOMP! Sixteen Stompin Sensations



16 Real Gone Garage/R&B/Soul Stompers and Movers!. This stuff is Hot! Only on Surfadelic. Let's do the Stomp!

01 The Stupidity - The Undertakers
02 The Adler Sock -
The Denims
03 Wild Twist -
The Roller Coasters
04 Go Man, Go -
The Other Two
05 Beat Party Pt1 - Ritchie & The Squires
06 My Boy John - Baby Jane & The Rockabyes
07 Missed Out - Ken Levy & The Phantoms
08 What You Gonna Do -
The Nashville Teens
09 Get Down With It - Wayne Cochran & The Cc Raiders
10 Kick That Little Foot Sally An - Round Robin
11 Part 3 -
The Tikis
12 Carry Go Bring Home - Millie Small
13 Babalu - Ray Barreto
14 Double Shot -
The Goodees
15 You Got Soul -
The Twilights
16 Do The Uptight - Ross D Wylie





Saturday, September 13, 2014

BOOKER T & THE MGs / THE MAR-KEYS - Stax Instrumentals [Unreleased]



GREAT!!! collection of previously unreleased 60's instro stuff from Stax Records vaults. Soul/R&B hammond 'n' sax stompers & sliders by these two legendary Stax B&W groups. Good Groove... Dig!!!



http://www4.zippyshare.com/v/19442504/file.html



Friday, September 12, 2014

THE DAVE MYERS EFFECT - Greatest Racing Themes [1966] Vinyl Rip!!!



Southern Californian multi-instrumentalist Dave Myers' [famed for The Surftones' Del-Fi album, Hangin' Twenty] '66 hot rod studio project on GNP Crescendo records. Fuzz guitars, acid organs & special racing effects sometimes remind on Davie Allan stuff. Mike Curb liner notes on the back cover suggest some connections.


Lp includes "Silent Screamers" TV soundtrack of "Des Autos et des Hommes" and hits like "Speed international" [from the MGM-film Grand Prix directed by John Frankenheimer and starring James Garner, Eva Maria Saint and Yves Montand] and "Hell Racers" It's a REAL COOL & pretty RARE Hot Rod/Lounge instro slab in Spectacular Surfadelic Stereo... TOP INSTRO STUFF, Dig!!!








Thursday, September 11, 2014

THE BEAU BRUMMELS - The Best Of Beau Brummels [1964-1968] Vinyl Rip!!!



A notch or two above The Grass Roots and The Mamas and Papas, and more than a few steps below The Byrds, the early Beau Brummels took the indulgently blissful sound of '60s San Fancisco rock into a folkier, borderline country direction (and would in fact later play solid country rock). Led by guitarist/writer Ron Elliott, the Brummels made a virtue of innocence and joyful bounce, and benefited from Sly Stone's energetic production. Hits include "Laugh, Laugh," "Sad Little Girl," and a pleasant take on Dylan's "One Too Many Mornings." There may not be much substance or invention here, but 30 years later, the Brummels still sound catchy. [Roy Francis Kasten]

Vinyl Rip of this '86 Rhino Rec. compilation, a fine overview of one of the first US answers to Brit Invasion. Folk/Pop/Baroque garage produced by early Sly Stone in 3D Surfadelic rip. Dig!





Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Songs We Taught THE DETROIT COBRAS



Real COOL bootleg comp. gathers together 54 ace 50's & 60's R&B/Soul and girl groups tunes that were covered by now famous THE DETROIT COBRAS. I know you know but then again... This is A MUST! Dig!!!






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