younger than yesterday
18 de Março de 2013

alex calder time ep

A strong love for classic 60’s/70’s guitar pop (Beach Boys, Beatles) as well as soft spots for Prince and Hall and Oates display his self proclaimed ‘fascination with pop music’. While his influences certainly shape his work it is his natural ear for melody and movement, which make Calder’s work both fluid and engaging. His knack and ambition both in his song writing and production provide a solid foundation for Calder’s music to drift in an out of psychy realms.

fondness

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xo5pgFYaXQ]
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16 de Março de 2013

fading yellow vol 6

This is the b-side of "Welcome To The Rain" 1970.A beautiful,haunting song, typical of others found in the Fading Yellow series.The writer,S.Arrell, may be the Steve Arrell who was drummer with the Warloks in 1968.

paradise of garage compilations

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tirggAsloG4]
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15 de Março de 2013

the pussyfoot hasty words

From the 'Big L' Radio London website: "The Pussyfoot line-up was Terry 'Barnyard' Barfield, vcls, David Osborn gtr, David 'Turnip' Townend, bs, John 'Fingers' Williams lead gtr, and Terry 'Goodmayes' Goodman, drms. Released 10th February, both Mr Hyde and the single's B-side, Hasty Words, were written by band members Terry Barfield and David Osborn. The producer was Tony Clarke, who became famous for his work with the Moody Blues". The record entered Big L's Fab Forty at # 32 on Sunday 12th February 1967. It spent just the one week on the station's chart.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNeT_xh8TIQ]
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14 de Março de 2013

jon so much for mary - polly sunday

Released by Parlophone in 1967, cat # R 5604; this is “So Much For Mary” / “Polly Sunday” by Jon.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcRgu7KRAhg]
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13 de Março de 2013

finders keepers raggedy ann

Good bubble/pop tune from a Sheboygan, Wisconsin band who were also known earlier as The Mad Lads. Released in the US on the Challenge Label.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Seoscgti2fw]
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12 de Março de 2013

the oracle don't say no

A wild, trippy psyche 1967 45 produced by the tag team of Curt Boettcher and Music Machine legend Keith Olsen.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsVlr-1AqpI]
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11 de Março de 2013

THE SUBTERRANEAN MONASTERY-Realistic Patterns

1968 unknown baroque pop sunshine psychedelia from New York.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5tl8m59XCQ]
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09 de Março de 2013

raycord l'hiver blanc

First released in 2007, "L'Hiver Blanc" is the very beginning of the sound journey of Raycord. Inspired by Quebec winter, Raycord translated in music the calm and the silence of the sometimes relaxing but also oppressing white mantle who cover his country from his own first handmade studio.

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phonosaurus

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08 de Março de 2013

harry's group under my umbrella

Unfortunately, this is another instance where there isn’t a lot of information available about the artist or the song. Depending on what you’re reading, the song was either released in 1967 or 1968. It was written by Chip Taylor (who also wrote “Wild Thing” and other hits) and Billy Vera (another accomplished songwriter).

The song went widely under-appreciated for two main reasons. The first would be the large amounts of amazing music being released in 1967 and 1968 overshadowing its release; the second was the minimal effort put forth by the record company to get the song airtime.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf1SRHwRO9g]
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07 de Março de 2013

london knights go to him

I first encountered ‘Go To Him’ by the London Knights many years ago on one of the Cicadelic 60’s compilations, where it appeared alongside some stellar folk rock by the Cascades, the Mods (not the Asbury Park Mods) and the Uncalled Four. The tune, filled with ringing guitars, atmospheric harmonies and a fantastic melody quickly became a fave.

rockasteria

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pLTEXU-JPQ]
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