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Sunday, June 30, 2013


                                   Pic Of The Day                                  

60's girl group from Southern California. At the time of the Vietnam War, they toured Southeast Asia, including a 150 shows in Vietnam. Never heard any of their tunes but these kittens look pretty cool to me. Dig!!!

Saturday, June 29, 2013

TABU! Volume 3

                                      TABU! Vol.3                                    

Even more 50's/60's striptease rockin' tunes for your ever hungry souls. Tabu!


TV THEMERS - Jungle Bongo


Friday, June 28, 2013

TABU! Volume 2

                                      TABU! Vol.2                                    

More Sex & Bongos exotic rock action in the 2nd slab of this ULTRA-COOL 50s/60s Instro/R&B/Lounge series. You need another Tabu!


7. THE SAINTS: Pigtails


Thursday, June 27, 2013

TABU! Volume 1 [Exotic Music To Strip By]


Sex! Action! Bongos!

... And much more in this unbelievabley COOL mix of 50's & 60's Trash, Exotica and wyld Instros in the same style of Las Vegas Grind or Twistin Rumble series.

The Imps - That'll Get It
Jack Hammer - Twist Talk
 Andrea Tosi - La Sorella Di Cristina

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

HOT BOOGIE CHILLUN - Hot Boogie Chillun [1995]

Raw Garage-billy from Germany. It's actually their first ''Get Hot Or Go Home'' slab plus some other goodies added in. This stuff is primal & addictive, it's sweet, sweaty and sexy, so you got to try or ''You'll Never Know''. Dig!


Tuesday, June 25, 2013

FUN THINGS - Ep [1980]

                                    FUN THINGS                                   

The Fun Things were Australian high energy punk band that was formed during the heyday period of punk rock. Known for their admiration of Radio Birdman, they also have been documented as being "modeled on almost exclusively on the Radio Birdman / Stooges / Sex Pistols mould". Original band members were Brad Shepherd on guitar and vocals, John Hartley on bass guitar, Graeme Beavis on guitar and Murray Shepherd on drums. Brad Shepherd and Murray Shepherd were brothers in the band, which released one highly acclaimed E.P. and has become "one of the most collectable artifacts from Australia’s punk rock era". After The Fun Things dissolved both Shepherd brothers eventually went on to subsequent profile bands such as The Hitmen, The Hoodoo Gurus for Brad Shepherd and The Screaming Tribesmen for Murray Shepherd with John Hartley. In 1984 Beavis was a member of The Apartments. [wiki]
Wow!!! It's a legendary 4 trax Oz punk killer ep you gotta hear. Get down and


Monday, June 24, 2013

Granpa's Gully Rock - 25 R&B Dynamite Gems Vol.1

                  GRANPA'S GULLY ROCK vol.1                   

Hmm... Somehow I've missed to post initial volume of this pretty fine 50's & 60's R&B series. Well, here it is now, Dig!

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - Do The Dog [1964/65]

                                 GEORGIE FAME                                

''Say Yeh Yeh...''

Georgie Fame's swinging, surprisingly credible blend of jazz and American R&B earned him a substantial following in his native U.K., where he scored three number one singles during the '60s. Fame played piano and organ in addition to singing, and was influenced by the likes of Mose Allison, Booker T. & the MG's, and Louis Jordan. Early in his career, he also peppered his repertoire with Jamaican ska and bluebeat tunes, helping to popularize that genre in England. [AMG]

Do The Dig!

Let The Good Times Roll / Baby Please Don't Go / Night Train / Eso Beso / In The Meantime / Hot Stuff / Shop Around / Yeh Yeh / Get On The Right Track, Baby / Let The Sunshine In / The Monkey Time / Point Of No Return / Pink Champagne / Pride And Joy / Green Onions / I Love The Live I Live / Do Re Mi / Do The Dog

Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames were one of a dozen or so bands who were nurtured at The Flamingo Club in London, in the late 1960s. At a time when American classic R&B (James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, early Ray Charles) was available only as expensive imports through a very few record stores, Flamingo artists introduced the music to British audiences. (Note that the Beatles had followed a similar path a few years earlier, introducing British listeners to Tamla-Motown, which also had been unavailable in the UK.) Even bands such as The Who included some R&B in their repertoire during this period; so did Rod Stewart (who appeared a few times at The Flamingo). But the R&B never really broke out of the club scene. Bands such as Zoot Money and Herbie Goins and the Night Timers remained obscure. Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames were the only Flamingo regulars who enjoyed any real national success, and they did it by diluting the R&B with a more pop-flavored product. Thus we have a strange crossbreed: British pop and American R&B that was already out of date when Georgie Fame started playing it. [Amazon Customer Reviews]

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Infamous INSTRO-MONSTERS of Rock'n'Roll vol.2

Great follow up to the vol.1!!! The music on this  volume goes from 1953 to 1961!  To bring justice back for instrumental R&R they have rescued a new bunch of long time forgoten singles with no no other criteria than: kick off the singers and let the band play!  So stand up and get ready to dance, the INSTROMONSTERS are back from the grave! Dig!

Friday, June 21, 2013

Infamous INSTRO-MONSTERS of Rock'n'Roll

  Infamous INSTRO-MONSTERS of Rock'n'Roll   

Once upon a time there was a land where instrumental Rock 'n' Roll would hit the charts for 10 years. Bands didn't need a singer: blasted off audiences just with guitars, sax and drums!. They invented new words as twang, growl or surf and their sounds crossed the oceans having an amazing effect on youngsters' ears. Unfairly many of those bands were forgotten and most Rock history books don't waste a single line to talk about those days. But times have changed and here's 22 of those Infamous Instro-Monsters Of Rock 'N' Roll.
50's & 60's twangin', growlin' & sax wailin' instro rockers. Dig!

Link Wray - Slinky / Rene Hall - Twitchy / The Admiral Tones - Rocksville / Young John Watson - Space Guitar / Sonny Burgess & The Pacers - Itchy / The Strangers - Rockin' Rebel / The Intruders - Jeffrey's Rock / Grady Martin - When My Dreamboat Comes Home / The Gamblers - Moon Dawg / The Virtues - Flippin' In / Duane Eddy - Ramrod / The Tune Rockers - Green Mosquito / The Kingsmen - Week End / The Champs - Twenty Thousand Leages / Arvee Allens - Fast Freight / The Fugitives - The Fugitive / The Rockin' R's - Nameless / Santo & Johnny - Caravan / Jewel & Eddie - Strollin' Guitar / The Ventures - The McCoy / The Elrondos - Cool Breeze / Plas Johnson - Blue Jean Shuffle

Salute! TONY - The Sopranos - ''My Lover's Prayer'' [Otis Redding]

Thursday, June 20, 2013

THE HORNETS - Big Drag Boats USA [1963]

                                 THE HORNETS                                  

More Jerry Cole instros in this project with studio group The Hornets. You're probably already familiar with ''Motorcycles U.S.A.'' Lp posted on this site, and now you got to deal with racing boats twangy hot rod instromania. Drag!

The Steel Hull

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

THE LITTER - $100 Fine [1968] Vinyl Rip!!!

Re-post of their 2nd slab, now in $100 Fine vinyl rip from 180 gram heavy-duty plastic. At this point they moved from garage to psychedelic hard rockin' sound similar to those of Blue Cheer or Cream. Nevertheless, there's enough garage feel to keep it interesting for ''Garage Crowd''. Just check the opening track, the thundering ''Mindbreaker'', it sounds better than ever on this Surfadelic ''Tour de force'' Vinyl Rip. $100 Dig!!!



Tuesday, June 18, 2013

THE LITTER - Distortions [1967] Vinyl Rip!!!

                                    THE LITTER                                     

The Litter was formed by members of two Minneapolis area mid-'60s groups, the Victors and the Tabs. Heavily influenced by the fiercest British Invasion bands such as the Yardbirds and the Who, they recorded their debut single, "Action Woman"/"A Legal Matter," with local producer Warren Kendrick in late 1966. "Action Woman," in fact, was not a Litter original, but a Kendrick composition. Bill Strandlof, who had played the searing guitar lead on "Action Woman," was replaced by Tom "Zippy" Caplan in the spring of 1967, just before they recorded most of the tracks that comprised their debut album. Leaning heavily on covers of songs by British bands like the Yardbirds, the Who, and Small Faces, Distortions was nevertheless a prime example of '60s garage rock at its most powerful. [AMG]

One of the top 10 sixties garage records for the first time vinyl ripped from K-tel 1990. reissue. For me it sounds better than Get Hip or Arf Arf reissues you can find out there. Comes with two bonus trax The Egyptian and Blues One. Vinyl Rip by Mr.Eliminator for Surfadelic production. SuperFuzz <360> Garage Sound. A MUST. 
Dig The Fuzz!!!


Action Woman
Whatcha Gonna Do About It
Soul Searchin'
I'm A Man

THE LITTER - Rare Tracks [1966 - 1969]

Legendary 80's Eva records compilation miscredited to The Litter only, as it is actually a collection of singles by many different acts produced by Warren Kendrick. An interesting overview on some parts of Minneapolis scene, with cool Garage/Psych and even some heavy rock. One of my fav 60's collections where for the first time I dug heavy fuzz of ''Dirty Old Man'' by the Electras, street punk ferocity of ''William'' by White Lightning, dreamy psych ''Dark Of The Morning'' by Zoser and brutal heavy rock ''Ungrateful Peg'' by The Litter. Dig!!!

The Electras - Dirty Old Man

Zoser - Dark Of The Morning

White Lightning - William

The Litter - Ungrateful Peg


Monday, June 17, 2013

AT THE CLUB - 16 Killer Beat-Punkers From Europe (1965-1966)

                                   AT THE CLUB                                   

Various mid 60's Freakbeat/Garage Punkers from Europe. And believe you me, it's a REAL KILLER!!! and most fierce, brutal and wyld Euro Freakbeat comp ever! Includes groups from Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Holland, Sweden & one from Australia. This is A MUST for garage comp freax, so Dig or be lame forever!

Mods - All The Day 
 Petards - Baby Run, Run, Run
 Fabulous Blue Jays - I'll Make You Cry Too

Sunday, June 16, 2013


                    STRICTLY  INSTRUMENTAL                    

Ok punks, now it's a time to prove yourself as a hardcore instro freaks. Here's Buffalo Bop series of 50's/60's R'n'R/R'n'B/Surf,  all instro stuff with some real cool, so so and some lame tunes mixed in. All in all, you got to deal with gadzooks!!! 328 trax pandemonium. I know, I know... it's an overdose & overkill in the same time, but ya know, you have to try 'cause there's some real cool instro jewels thrown in it. And remember! As it progressed, this series gets better and better. 
You got to Dig! ... Reeeeeal Hard.  





Saturday, June 15, 2013


\\\\\\\ SIXTIES REBELLION vol.4 ///////

Another solid volume from this 60's garage series. Dig!

 Tangerine Roof - Back In My Arms
 The Underprivileged - You Hurt Me

Friday, June 14, 2013

THE BLASTERS - Sounds Of The Drags [1963]

                                 THE BLASTERS                                 

Founded in 1957 by the Bahari Brothers, the Crown Records label was reknowned for issuing cheap, budget cash-in offerings, and had a fairly sizable catalogue to its name by the time it dipped its toes under the tread for a series of hot-rod tie-ins during 1964. 
The Blasters album was the third such release to come out of the stable (following on from albums by The Hot-Rodders and Jerry Kole & The Strokers) As with all of the labels releases, there were no writing, performing or studio credits anywhere to be found on the package, although it is known that ace session guitarist (and future Rockabilly Hall Of Fame inductee) Jerry Cole (Kole) made significant performing and production contributions to these Crown releases, although specific roles have yet to be ascertained as to who played what on which release ... but one thing IS certain, whoever is/was playing the guitar on the awesome "Steering Wheel Stuck" really knew how to play that thing! [net]

Jerry Cole again with his hot rod studio crew. Cool rubber burned instros and some solid vocals on this rare drag race slab. VROOOOM!!!


 Bad Rubber
 Black Pick Up

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