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✨✧ Lemon DropsSunshine Flower Power ... CD
Cicadelic, Late 60s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
Rare psychedelic rock from the suburban Chicago scene – pioneering midwestern flower power from The Lemon Drops – from tripped out folk rock to more buzzing Nuggets style grooves! The group's exceptional "I Live In The Springtime" appeared on the Nuggets box set from Rhino, and other harder to find compilations of rare garage & psychedelia, and the group deserves to be considered with the likes of other more legendary purveyors of panoramic psyche and gritty garage of the era – really pulling off groovy and jangling melodies and more buzzing and fuzzed out rock with equal aplomb! The first disc includes previously unreleased version and rarities galore, with "Sometime Ago" (unreleased and raga versions), "The Theater Of Your Eyes", "To The Tower", "Flower Child Eyes And Arms", "Death Calls"., "Guinevere", "Learn To Fly", "Love Is A Word" and much more. Disc 2 rarities include "My Friend", "Flowers In The Hillside", "I Like You", "Paper Plane Flyer", "Sleeping On Colors", "I Live In The Springtime" (original single mix and extended alternate versions), "Hi, How Are You Today?" and lots more. 36 tracks on 2CDs! CD

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✨✧ VariousTitan – It's All Pop ... CD
Titan/Numero, Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 2CDs ... Out Of Stock
Seminal sounds from the Kansas City scene of the late 70s – a wealth of power pop work from the tiny Titan label – all brought together in one of the most brilliant packages we've ever seen from the Numero Group! Like most Numero releases, there's a great story behind this set – a tale of bounced checks, interstate culture, and a cadre of great groups who would have been huge – had they recorded this music out on the coast! Titan's way more than just a tiny label that managed to put out some killer singles back in the day – it's a pop powerhouse that shows just how much under-discovered genius the American scene can hold – music that really helps break down simple understandings of late 70s rock, especially when presented this well. The 2CD set features 42 tracks and a 40 page booklet – a great counterpart to Numero's Yellow Pills set – filled with notes on Titan, a complete discography, and a wealth of wonderful photos that really make this unique scene come alive. Titles include "Shark" and "Real Life Saver" by Gary Charlson, "No Way Baby" and "I Wanna Be" by Arlis, "It's Your Heart Tonight" and "Radio Heart" by Secrets, "Please Change Your Mind" and "Baby It's You" by Boys, "Rock N Roll Song" and "Radio City" by Bobby Sky, "The Last Song" by JP McClain & The Intruders, "Cry" and "Didn't Like It Anyway" by Gems, "Coit Tower" and "Drink A Toast" by Millionaire At Midnight, and "I Think About You" by Scott McCarl. CD
 
 
 



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