|From LA's first generation of garage rock comes Sky Saxon and The Seeds This, their debut album features the garage anthem Pushin' Too Hard. It also includes the cult classic Can't Seem to Make You Mine. ||From Canada comes this unheralded 60s proponent of pure garage rock. The Ugly Ducklings never brought home that international hit, yet their Just In Case You Wonder, was enshrined on an early Pebbles volume. ||The Blues Magoos could easily be dismissed as a one-hit wonder. Yet their basic garage band tenets make their albums too important to overlook. This one contains their mega hit We Ain't Got Nothin Yet. |
|Although from points East this band's maturation process unfolded in San Francisco.Mad River is notable as a recording/playback error resulted in this classic LP playing higher and faster than originally recorded.||After one iconic hit Talk, Talk, The Music Machine’s lead singer/songwriter, Sean Bonniwell, formed a new band, Bonniwell|
Music Machine, and signed with Warner Bros. Records releasing just this one treasure trove of garage rock masterpieces.
|If you attended college in Philadelphia, New York, or Boston during the sixties you probably ran into The Mandrake Memorial.|
|Featuring dual lead guitar riffs, Detroit's, SRC churned the sound of psychedelics into a crunchy groove of down home Midwestern rock. Includes Black Sheep.||From Texas this pioneer garage band, The 13th Floor Elevators brought psychedelics, drugs, and the craziness of punk rock icon Roky Erickson. This International Artists LP includes their charttopper You’re Gonna Miss Me.||Long considered one of the most under appreciated albums of the sixties, this RCA disc comes by way of Kansas from The Blue Things |
|After playing a Filmore East showcase in 1969 several labels sought to scoop up the Wizards From Kansas. They turned them all down and recorded this disc in San Francisco. Mercury released it in 1970 and the band promptly broke up, leaving us this little gem. ||With the early sixties guitar work of Ted Nugent. The Amboy Dukes had a giant Top 40 hit Journey to the Center of The Mind. Along with that hit this Mainstream Records LP showcases the hard-rocking (psychedelic) side of 60's Detroit.||This LP of New Yorkers, Gandalf features baroque-psychedelia using a bit of slightly weird, spacey production and experimental, harmonic sunshine pop.|