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A seedy psych Future – as it was foretold by The Seeds, circa '67! The Future kicks off with a dreamy intro – Sky Saxon waxes on with some spoken word backed by gentle, harp-like strings a little bit of organ before it takes flight – a heady clue that this one's gonna amp up the ... CD
A mighty musical tribute to the famous Good Vibrations record store – born in the heady Belfast scene of the 70s, and home to some great Irish punk on its own label! Yet the music here is not just punk, but also the sounds that inspired the store from the years before – a bit of reggae ... CD
Not the New York Dolls – despite their striking picture on the cover – and instead a whole host of great tracks from previous decades – all the rich R&B, rock, and soul that inspired the later sound of the Dolls! The cuts here are all nice and gritty, and plenty soulful too ... CD
A beautiful batch of rare treasures by early 60s LA vocal group The Innocents – one that compiles their great singles for Reprise, Warner, Decca and A&M, along with some long buried demos – and it's a wonderful introduction to a should-be legendary group! The set kicks of with the ... CD
The final third of Jackie DeShannon's legendary run for Imperial Records in the 60s – a smashing batch of singles that really represent some great musical growth at the time! On these sides, Jackie's even more soulful than before – definitely taking inspiration from the generation of ... CD
Rare rock from the Japanese scene of the postwar years – but sounds that definitely have a universal appeal overall! Masaaki Hirao is way more than just a novelty remake of American rockers of the time – as he's got a sharp-edged sound that easily rivals the best we had to offer here ... CD
Lost legendary work from Guy Skornik – a heady set from early 70s France, and proof that there's a hell of a lot of greatness to discover on that scene! The album's got a blend of psych fuzz and deeper ideas that's not that far from Serge Gainsbourg – although the overall presentation ... CD
Man, these guys look weird on the cover – and they also sound pretty weird on the record, too – in this strange mode that really makes the album an unusual one all the way through! There's lots of dark phrasing on the guitars that really offset the whiteness of the cover – almost ... CD