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✨✧ Ant Trip Ceremony24 Hours ... CD
Cicadelic, 1968. New Copy ... $4.99 14.99
A college band, but one with an amazing sound that should have made them huge – had they managed to survive graduation time at Oberlin College! For a combo out in the sticks of Ohio, these guys sound pretty darn great (but let's also not forget that Oberlin's given us Liz Phair, John McIntire, and plenty of other key talents over the years) – and they're a fuzzy little group with a warmly laidback feel to their music – kind of folk-psych, produced here with a nicely naive sort of sensibility. The tunes are every bit as great as better-known work coming out of the New York or LA scenes of the time, and they're quite surprising for their maturity and power overall – as even familiar numbers are way more than just simple covers in the hands of the group. Titles include "Four In The Morning", "Violets Of Dawn", "Hey Joe", "Outskirts", "Elaborations", "Pale Shades Of Gray", and "What's The Matter Now". CD

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Human ZooHuman Zoo ... CD
Cicadelic, 1970. New Copy ... $3.99
Suburban LA psychedelia from the dawn of the 70s – the rare self-titled album from The Human Zoo! The Human Zoo started out as The Circus, eventually cutting this underappreciated album for Accent Records. Even in a freewheeling, anything goes era of Cali rock, The Human Zoo have a pretty far reaching vibe – from stripped down guitar based garage psyche, to more of a pummeling, fuzzed out take on blue eyed R&B, to looser, roomier grooves. Titles include "IT's Got To Be", "Na-Na", "Funny", "Late To My Resurrection", "Stone Sassy Fox", "The Human Zoo", "The Time Was Over" and more. CD

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✨✧ VariousCongregation For Anti-Flirts Inc – The McAllen Texas Teen Scene 1965 to 1967 ... CD
Cicadelic, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Cool 60s rock from the Lone Star State – raw garage rock and melodic gems, too from the mid 60s McAllen, TX scene in the Rio Grande Valley – featuring numbers by The Cavaliers, The Headstones, Christopher And The Souls, The Playboys Of Edinburg, Jeanne Hatfield and Brother And Sister! Most of the groups can handle both a raw, but melodic style and a much more fuzzed out, organ-drenched and propellant groove, but there's some diverse, moody twists and turns. Includes "Symbols Of Sin", "Congregation For Anti-Flirts Inc" and more by Cavaliers, "My Kind Of Girl" and "Wish She Were Mine" by The Headstones, "Diamonds, Rats And Gum" by Christopher And The Souls, "Understand Me" by Playboys Of Edinburg, "That Hurts", "Seaweed" and more by Cavaliers, "My Babe" by Jeanne Hatfield, "The Answer" by Brother And Sister and more. CD

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✨✧ VariousOpen Up Your Mind – The Psych Pop World Of Rembrandt Records 1966 to 1967 ... CD
Cicadelic, 1966/1967. New Copy ... $8.99 14.98
A cool compilation that collects the first couple years of recordings for Chicago's Rembrandt Records – some great and largely unheard garage psyche from The Nuchez, The Nite-Owls (also known as The Nickel Bag), The Circus, The Lemon Drops and others! Some of these cats were still in their teens, making walloping yet tuneful numbers inspired by LSD and other illicit activities, which gives the some songs a seedy charm, but the ultimately it's simply great raw, yet solidly produced rock that's as groovy as Nuggets tracks and better known numbers of the era. Includes "Open Up Your Mind" and "BG's One Eye" by The Nuchez, "Sands Of Mind" and "Games We Play" by The Circus, "It's A Hassle" by The Nite-Owls, "The Woods" by The Nickel Bag, "Sometime Ago" by The Lemon Drops and more. 22 tracks in all, including previously unreleased stereo and mono versions, and all of it is actually quite rare! CD

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VariousThree O'Clock Merrian Webster Time – Texas Psychedelic Bands 1966 to 1968 ... CD
Cicadelic, Late 60s. New Copy ... $4.99 14.98
One of best set's yet on the Cicadelic label – deep diggers of obscure regional psych sounds – this one collecting rumbling late 60s singles by TX combos Carrols Mood, The Nomads, The Rebellers, Smoke, and The Remaining Few! It covers the years '66-'68 – a really creative period when the Brit Invasion and folk rock stuff that was popular around the globe was morphing into nascent psychedelia. Regional US groups on the coasts were making it big, but so many regional acts were just as great and never really got a shot at massive popularity. Here's a great document of what was happening down in Texas! Includes "What You're Doing To Me" and Out She Goes" (unreleased mixes) by Carrols Mood, "I'll Be There", "Three O'Clock Merrian" (several takes) and a really wild cover of "My Little Red Book" all by The Nomads, "Mainstream" by Smoke, "Mystical Bells" by The Sights And Sounds, "The New Generation" (previously unreleased mix) by The Rebellers and more. CD

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✨✧ Johnny WinterByrds Can't Row Boats – The Unreleased Masters Collection 1965 to 1968 ... CD
Cicadelic, Late 60s. New Copy 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A surprisingly great collection of early work from Johnny Winter – singles and studio tracks from the few years before he burst on the scene with Columbia Records at the end of the 60s – served up in a range of styles that include psych and folk rock, in addition to Winter's more familiar bluesy sounds! The collection features 36 tracks, all sourced from the original tapes – and presented at a level that's much better than any other previous attempt to look at Johnny's early years – with 21 titles that appear here for the first time ever! There's almost more of an LA early 60s vibe to the music than you'd expect – hence the play on The Byrds in the title – and the psychedelic numbers are perhaps some of the most revelatory here. Titles include "The World Turns All Around Her", "Easy Lovin Girl", "Parchman Farm", "Pneumonia Blues", "Sloppy Drunk", "Comin Up Fast", "Livin In The Blues", "Birds Can't Row Boats", "Goin Down Slow", "Don't Drink Whiskey", "32 20 Blues", "Bad News", "Ballad Of Bertha Glutz", and "Hook You". CD

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✨✧ VariousCome Back Bird – The Abilene Texas Teen Scene 1964 to 1967 ... CD
Cicadelic, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A groovy compilation of 60s teen rockers from the Abilene, TX scene – Brit Invasion styled numbers, but with the rawer edge that's so much more pleasing to the ears than the sweetened up, too polished bigger budget sounds of the style and era – with youthful energy that can't be faked! It's got both simmering and stomping numbers by The Chevelle V, The Living End, The Continentals and The Coachmen. A welcome revival on Cicadelic! Titles include "Come Back Bird", "Not This Time", "Eenie Meanie Minie Moe" and more by Chevelle V, "Roadrunner", "Friends", "All Alone" and more by The Living End, "I'm Gone" by The Continentals, "Say You Love Me" and "Hush Broken Heart" by The Coachmen and more. 24 tracks in all. CD

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✨✧ VariousIt's A Happening – Texas Girls Of The 60s ... CD
Cicadelic, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the coolest compilations yet on the Cicadelic label – a great collection of sweet, yet fairly rumbling singles from Texas girl group rock from the mid 60s – long-unheard numbers from The WordD, Friday And The Girls, The Heart Beats, The Bombshells, Linda Pierre King and The Penthouse! The Heart Beats came out of Lubbock to become the best known of the girls featured here in the original period – but it it's all great stuff, from garage rock organ & guitar groovers to sweeter vocal pop. Includes "Today Is Just Tomorrow's Yesterday" by The WordD, "An Older Boy" by Friday And The Girls, "Crying Inside", "Choo Choo Train", "Poor Side Of Town" and more by The Heart Beats, "Hard Lovin Babe", "Blackness", "Tiny Sparrow", "My Boot Heels Are Travelin" and more by Linda Pierre King, "You're Always Around" by The Penthouse and more. 25 tracks in all! CD

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✨✧ VariousRevolution! – Teen Time In Corpus Christi 1965 to 1970 ... CD
Cicadelic, Late 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Rare mid 60s rock from Corpus Christi, TX – from Brit Invasion styled sounds to nascent garage and psychedelia from a slew of great groups from what was clearly a healthy scene – one of the best rock comps yet from Cicadelic! The musicianship is incredible here – even though many of the players are likely still in their teens – with tight harmonies and skillful guitar, drums and bass playing. That said, it's raw and invigorating – even the tunes with early Beatles style harmonies have a raucous edge. 28 tracks in all: "It's So Hard (Previously Unreleased)", "Don't Give Up Hope" and more by Four More, "All Night Long", "A Taste Of The Same" and more by The Bad Seeds, "Passage To India (Previously Unreleased Mix)" by The Zakary Thaks, "Recognition", "Eveline Kaye" and more by The Liberty Bell, "Bad Side Of The Moon" and "Revolution" by Kubla Kahn, "I've Got Something On My Mind" by The Buckle and much more. CD

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✨✧ VariousWhere You Gonna Go? – Motor City Garage Bands 1965 to 1969 ... CD
Cicadelic, Late 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A fantastic set of killer mid-to-late 60s garage rock from the Motor City – with tracks by somewhat better known Detroit rockers Unrelated Segments and Tidal Waves – plus just as riveting material from The Unknowns, The Boys, The District Dix, The Couriers and The Lykes Of Us. Raw and rollicking tunes, plus bits of soul & r&b sax and rhythmic sensibility – some with gentle melodies and bits of strings, others rumbling, fuzzy and rebellious. A total blast! 26 tracks in all: "How Do You Do With Me" by The Boys, "Grits & Grease" by The Quintette Plus, "Night Walkin" by The Unknowns, "Farmer John", "Action" and more by The Tidal Waves, "7 And 7 Is" and more by District Six, "Just Tell Me" and more by The Couriers, "7:30 Said", "I'll Sing You A Love Song" and more by The Lykes Of Us, "The Story Of My Life", "It's Gonna Rain", "There's Gonna Be A Change" and more by The Unrelated Segments. CD

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✨✧ DeepPsychedelic Moods Of The Deep (remastered edition) ... CD
Cameo/Cicadelic, 1966. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The west coast had The Seeds, and the east coast had The Deep – a group known only for this one album, but a key garage psych group nonetheless! This record's a gem through and through – oddly (almost mistakenly) issued on the mostly-pop Cameo label in the mid 60s, but recorded with a fantastic studio technique that has lots of odd electronics and sound effects sneaking in alongside the fuzzy guitars and earthy vocals. The band were mostly a studio project between Rusy Evans and Mark Barkan of Freak Scene, and also features work by a young David Bromberg – and although they've only left this one record to their legacy, it's a heck of a great album to leave! Titles include "Color Dreams", "Pink Ether", "Turned On", "When Rain Is Black", "Psychedelic Moon", "Shadows On The Wall", "Trip #76", and "On Off Off On". 18 tracks in all. CD
(2010 Definitive Masters Edition.)

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