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  • The Best Of Crow The Best Of Crow Quick View

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    The Best Of Crow


    Pure Rock N' Roll From The Midwest On 180 Gram Vinyl!


    With a lowdown bass lick, uptown R&B horns and surging organ punctuating a catchy chorus, "Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games With Me)" hit the Top 20 like a comet in 1969 and propelled Crow from Midwest club band into national touring act overnight. Thanks in part to covers by Black Sabbath and Ike and Tina Turner, it's one of the most recognizable hits of the era and, inexplicably, one of the few to not make the transition into the digital age. Until now.


    Out of print for four decades, Crow's finest recordings are now available again on CD and 180-gram vinyl editions meticulously mastered from the original tapes. Long-suffering Crow fans can at last savor the best of the band's gritty run from 1969-1971, including not only "Evil Woman," but their other charting singles "Cottage Cheese," "Slow Down" and "(Don't Try to Lay No Boogie Woogie on the) King of Rock & Roll" -- not to mention deep album cuts like "Keeps Me Running." Both formats also feature a previously unreleased demo cover of the Beatles' "When I Get Home," and the CD edition adds a previously unreleased long version of "Cottage Cheese." Each edition comes fully equipped with memorabilia, photos and detailed liners by Doug Sheppard of Ugly Things magazine.

    1. Evil Woman
    2. Gonna Leave A Mark
    3. Time To Make A Turn
    4. Slow Down
    5. I Stand To Blame
    6. Cottage Cheese
    7. (Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The) King Of Rock And Roll
    8. Easy Street
    9. When I Get Home (previously unissued demo recording)
    10. Satisfied
    11. Keeps Me Running
    Crow
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  • We're Gonna Change The World - The 60's Chicago Garage Sound Of Quill Records We're Gonna Change The World - The 60's Chicago Garage Sound Of Quill Records Quick View

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    We're Gonna Change The World - The 60's Chicago Garage Sound Of Quill Records


    Chicago was a great place to be if you were a member of a rock & roll combo in the mid-'60s -- there were plenty of teen clubs, radio stations were happy to play local product, and several Windy City labels were ready and willing to take hometown acts into the studio and get their music into stores. Dunwich Records and USA Records were the biggest labels in Chicago and both scored a handful of national hits, but they were far from the only game in town, and Peter Wright, a successful record promo man who went on to manage the New Colony Six, ran one of the city's most interesting small labels, Quill Records, which released top-notch sides on a number of fine groups and licensed a few of his masters to larger labels out of town.


    While Quill only lasted a bit less than two years (from 1966 to 1967), their output was impressive stuff from an eclectic variety of acts, and the great reissue label Sundazed, only a few months after releasing a definitive two-disc overview of the USA Records catalog (2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60's Garage and Psychedelia from U.S.A. and Destination Records), have unearthed 19 highlights from Quill's archives on We're Gonna Change the World! The 60's Chicago Garage Sound of Quill Productions.


    Many of Quill's acts followed the trends of the major British acts of the day, but hardly all of them; the Exterminators deliver a screed against long hair and take an America first position on rock with the over the top Declaration of Independence '65, Hot Pastrami by the Don Caron Orchestra is a high-powered instrumental dominated by honking saxophones and fuzzy guitars, and I'm Going to Change the World by the Commons Ltd. suggests the psychedelic revolution that was lurking around the corner while still maintaining a high degree of sneer and swagger.


    And even the acts that were looking to the U.K. for inspiration were turning their eyes to unusual places; the Delights were clearly obsessed with the Zombies, so much so that their original tune Every Minute, Every Hour, Every Moment mimics their style just as well as their cover of Just Out of Reach, and the Skunks, who true to their name bleached stripes into their hair, also leaned to the moody side of British pop with Don't Ask Why and a fine cover of the Beatles' It's Only Love (though Do the Duck is a raw and fuzzy celebration of some would-be dance craze).

    1. I'm Cryin' - The Malibu's
    2. Do The Duck - The Skunks
    3. Yes I Know - The Prophets
    4. I'll Have You Cryin' - Chances R
    5. Declaration Of Independence '65 - The Exterminators
    6. Losing You - The Ricochettes
    7. Just Out Of Reach - The Delights
    8. Hot Pastrami - Don Caron Orchestra
    9. A Heart Is Made Of Many Things - Jimmy Watson & The Original Royals
    10. It's One Thing To Say - The Riddles
    11. Without You - The Night Flight
    12. La-Do-Da-Da - Ronnie Rice & The Gents
    13. To Color Turn - The Night Flight
    14. I'm Going To Change The World - The Commons, LTD.
    15. Every Minute, Every Hour, Every Moment - The Delights
    16. Don't Ask Why - The Skunks
    Various Artists
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  • The Columbia Singles '67 The Columbia Singles '67 Quick View

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    The Columbia Singles '67

    When Mr. Tambourine Man first rumbled out of car radio speakers in 1965, it was a pivotal moment in pop history. With its jangling 12-string and epic sweep, it was the dawn of a new day: the birth of folk-rock.
    And the Byrds were just getting started. The next two years saw one hit after another, from the Biblical prophesies of Turn, Turn, Turn to the raga-rock of Eight Miles High, from the exotic orchestration of So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star to the Byrds bringing it all back home with My Back Pages.
    Here they are again, 30 landmark recordings in their perfectly constructed, radio-friendly mono mixes: the forgotten rarities, withdrawn singles and, of course, all the original A and B-sides. No one has ever had a stronger run of singles than did the Byrds in their prime. No one.
    1. Mr. Tambourine Man
    2. I Knew I'd Want You
    3. All I Really Want To Do
    4. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better
    5. The Bells Of Rhymney
    6. Chimes Of Freedom
    7. She Don't Care About Time (I)
    8. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
    9. The Times They Are A-Changin'
    10. Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)
    11. She Don't Care About Time (II)
    12. Set You Free This Time
    13. It Won't Be Wrong
    14. He Was A Friend Of Mine
    15. Eight Miles High
    16. Why
    17. 5D (Fifth Dimension)
    18. Captain Soul
    19. Mr. Spaceman
    20. What's Happening?!?!
    21. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star
    22. Everybody's Been Burned
    23. My Back Pages
    24. Renaissance Fair
    25. Have You Seen Her Face
    26. Don't Make Waves
    27. Lady Friend
    28. Old John Robertson
    29. Goin' Back
    30. Change Is Now
    The Byrds
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  • G.T.O.: Best Of The Mala Recordings G.T.O.: Best Of The Mala Recordings Quick View

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    G.T.O.: Best Of The Mala Recordings

    Wa-Waaaaah, wawawa wa-wa-waaaaah! Smell that rubber burn! This is the collection you've been waiting for, roarin' straight outta the showroom to shut down all those parts cars that've spent years masquerading as the real thing! Indeed, this one-of-a-kind, ground-up restoration is the only existing production model lovingly compiled from the original lo-mileage Mala master tapes! It's all here - the hits, essential album cuts, rare singles and more, soundin' better than you ever thought possible! Shipped with deluxe trim as standard: complete group history, introductions by Bucky Wilkin (Ronny) and member Buzz Cason, plus rare photos pulled out of the glove compartment and more! Fueled by a potent blend of mighty musclecar music and superlative 60's pop. GTO is a road-tested delight - Vroooom!!
    1. G.T.O.
    2. California Bound
    3. Bucket T (prev. unissued alt. version)
    4. Hot Rod City
    5. Hey Little Girl
    6. Little Rail Job
    7. Little Scrambler
    8. No Wheels
    9. Beach Boy
    10. Tiger-A-Go-Go (by Buzz And Bucky)
    11. Sandy
    12. I'll Think Of Summer
    13. If I Had My Way
    14. Then The Rains Came
    15. Goodbye Baby
    Ronny & The Daytonas
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  • Ain't It Hard! Garage & Psych from Viva Records Ain't It Hard! Garage & Psych from Viva Records Quick View

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    Ain't It Hard! Garage & Psych from Viva Records

    The short-lived Viva Records label was one wildly eclectic outfit. Helmed by hitmaker Snuff Garrett, this Los Angeles-based imprint targeted the teen marketplace with a series of extraordinary garage / psych / pop singles. The labels command of popular styles prevailed across these Top 40 hopefuls, ranging from the stomping beat of the Shindogs to the psych-fuzz nirvana of the Sound Sandwich. And theres Class of 66 garage-grunge from the Wailers and the Second Helping (yes, thats a teenage Kenny Loggins howling at the moon on the positively snarling Let Me In, among other selections). With a supporting cast led by Leon Russell and J.J. Cale and bolstered with choice Snuff Garrett Productions like Gypsy Trips and Sunday Servants, Aint It Hard! stands as an essential anthology of Sunset Strip sixties sounds!

    1. Apothecary Dream - The Sound Sandwich
    2. Let Me In - The Second Helping
    3. Psychotic Reaction - The Leathercoated Minds
    4. I Don't Want to Follow You - The Wailers

    5. Ain't It Hard - Gypsy Trips
    6. Hard Times - The Second Helping
    7. Eight Miles High - The Leathercoated Minds
    8. On Friday - The Second Helping
    9. Tow Away - The Sound Sandwich
    10. Who Do You Think You Are - The Shindogs
    11. Floating Downstream on an Inflatable Rubber Raft - The Second Helping
    12. Zig Zag News - The Sound Sandwich
    Various Artists
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  • Yesterday Of Our Love: The Soul Of Challenge Records Yesterday Of Our Love: The Soul Of Challenge Records Quick View

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    Yesterday Of Our Love: The Soul Of Challenge Records

    Clear Vinyl


    A genre-spanning new heritage label, Archives of America is built on the appeal of impeccably crafted LPs, ones where the scope and pace give the tracks room to speak to each other-and to you-to create a new experience. Archives of America cherry-picks deep cuts from great vintage catalogs and arranges them to resonate around a single mood through every element, from the first glimpse of the cover to the last note. A must-have collection of the most soulful tracks from the Challenge label, all released between 1963 and 1968, from the original mono singles masters. Hear great tracks from Jerry Fuller-who also contributed liner notes-Jimmy Seals, Johnny Wyatt, Charles Lamont and the Extremes, Yvonne Carroll, Ron Holden, and Jimmy Walker of the Knickerbockers. 12-inch LP, limited pressing on clear vinyl.

    1. The Yesterday of Our Love - Jimmy Seals
    2. Any Kind of Love - Johnny Wyatt
    3. Double Life - Jerry Fuller
    4. I've Got to Keep Movin' - Charles Lamont and the Extremes
    5. A Little Bit of Soap - Yvonne Carroll
    6. I Wouldn't Change a Thing About You - Johnny Wyatt
    7. I'll Forgive and Forget - Ron Holden
    8. Mister Loveman - Yvonne Carroll
    9. I Get Carried Away - Jerry Fuller
    10. Drown In My Broken Dreams - Jimmy Walker
    11. Laugh or Cry - Yvonne Carroll
    12. Turn To Me - Jerry Fuller
    Various Artists
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  • 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60's Garage And Psychedelia From USA And Destination Records 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60's Garage And Psychedelia From USA And Destination Records Quick View

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    2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60's Garage And Psychedelia From USA And Destination Records

    Though the 60s garage band explosion was felt in every corner ofthe country, the local uprising of talent in Chicago thrived unlike anywhere else. The Windy City had the perfect infrastructure in place; from a booming population of teenagers, to hip music stores in every suburb, a proliferation of teen clubs willing to take their money, and a powerhouse radio station (WLS) equally up to promoting local bands. When it came to giving local groups a shot at 45 rpm fame, no Chicago labelnot even the hallowed Dunwich Recordswas more prolific than USA Records. USAs Jim Golden was such a strong supporter of Midwest talent that he started up a second label focused solely in this area, Destination Records.


    A quarter century into the CD age, its hard to believe these pivotal labels have never been properly anthologized. Until now, that is! Sundazed once again arrives to the rescue with an exhaustive dive into the pure, undiluted garage side of USA and Destination Records; tapping into everything from priceless artifacts from the Lost Agency, the Foggy Notions, and Park Avenue Playground to label hitmakers the Buckinghams, the Cryan Shames, and the Flock at their most rockin. Theres so much impossibly great music on these labels, we had to expand this collection to 40 tracks.


    The album artwork is stuffed with rare photos, band bios, and an interview with the legendary Jim Golden. For a full course of Chicago 66 garage at its finest, look no further than 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60s Garage & Psychedelia from USA and Destination Records!

    1. The Lost Agency - One Girl Man
    2. The Shady Daze - I'll Make You Play

    3. Oscar and the Majestics - Got to Have Your Lovin'
    4. The Foggy Notions - Take Me Back and Hold Me
    5. Lord and the Flies - Echoes
    6. The Messengers - Mignight Hour
    7. Ronnie Ross and the Good Guys - If You Ever Go
    8. Oscar and the Majestics - Soul Finger
    9. The Jokers - I'll Never Let You Go
    10. The Sheffields - Do You Still Love Me
    11. The Great Society - I'm the One for You
    12. The Cryan' Shames - Ben Franklin's Almanac
    13. The Foggy Notions - Need a Little Lovin'
    14. Oscar and the Majestics - I Can't Explain
    15. The Buckinghams - Don't Want to Cry
    16. The Boyz - Come With Me
    17. The Cryan' Shames- You're Gonna Lose That Girl
    18. The Cherry Slush - I Cannot Stop You
    19. The Lost Agency - Time to Dream
    20. The Buckinghams - Radio Spot
    21. The Counts - Stop Cheating on Me
    22. Trafalgar Square - Till the End of the Day
    23. The Boyz - Hard Times All Over
    24. Lord and the Flies - You Made a Fool of Me
    25. The Richochettes - I Don't Want You
    26. The Messengers - Hard Hard Year
    27. Oscar and the Majestics - No Chance Baby
    28. The Jokers - What'cha Gonna' Do
    29. Gary and the Knight Lites - I Don't Need Your Help
    30. The Flock - Are You the Kind
    31. The Daughters of Eve - Help Me Boy
    32. The Buckinghams - I'm A Man
    33. Oscar and the Majestics - My Girl Is Waiting
    34. Michael and the Messengers - Lifs (Don't Mean Nothin')
    35. Park Avenue Playground - The Trip
    36. Park Avenue Playground - I Know
    37. The Cherry Slush - Gotta Take It Easy
    38. The Flock - What Would You Do If the Sun Died
    39. The Lost Agency - Time to Dream (alternate vocal)
    40. The Daughters of Eve - Radio Spot
    Various Artists
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  • Soma Records Story: Vol. 3 - A Man's Gotta Be A Man! Soma Records Story: Vol. 3 - A Man's Gotta Be A Man! Quick View

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    Soma Records Story: Vol. 3 - A Man's Gotta Be A Man!

    The record world was a completely different place in 1965.
    Kids wanting to take home a piece of the rock 'n' roll action they frugged to at the Armory dance last weekend or a wild tune they heard the local bossjocks spin on the way home from school, inevitably had to deal with seven-inchers made by independent record labels. The single was the thing in the mid-60's, not the album. In even the hippest big city record emporiums, you could thumb through the entire recorded canon of British Invasion-influenced LPs - no more than a hundred or so - in about five minutes. But, ahhh, those singles. And nobody did them better than the shoebox companies sprouting up like bread mold all over the country, labels who could tap into the best local talent and get their show-stopping songs into the local record shops.


    Just about every sector of the US had its own scene, red hot local chart entries that kids three hundred miles away were destined to never hear. And that's why the legendary indie labels - from International Artists in Houston or Autumn in San Francisco to Dunwich in Chicago or Etiquette in Tacoma - and hundreds more just as groovy, are revered today more than ever.


    The Soma Record Company of Minneapolis caught the national spotlight by releasing hits from the likes of the Castaways and the Gestures. But Liar Liar and Run, Run, Run are just the tip ofthe iceberg. If you've always suspected that thousands of great singles from the '60s that you've yet to hear are lurking in the bushes, guess what? You're right. Step into the dusty Soma vaults with us - brush aside those cobwebs, if you would - point your flashlight towards the strobelight flickering at the far end of the tunnel and keep walking. When the cool Fender 'n Farfisa sounds finally grab you by the shirt collar, just keep telling yourself: This isn't a dream. It's what I was born to do.

    1. The Chancellors / I Can Tell*
    2. The Castaways / A Man's Gotta Be A Man
    3. The High Spirits / (Turn On Your) Love Light
    4. The Gestures / Don't Mess Around
    5. The Del Counts / Let The Good Times Roll
    6. The Titans / Reveille Rock
    7. The Messengers / My Baby
    8. The Gamins / Freeway
    9. The Gestures / Run, Run, Run
    10. The Chancellors / Surf Beat*
    11. The Torres / I've Had It
    12. The Shades / Please Please Please
    13. The Fabulous Rumbles / I'll Be Gone
    14. The Titans / Tchaikovsky Rides Again
    15. The Castaways / Should Happen To Me
    16. The Sounds Like Us / The Other Side Of A Record
    Various Artists
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  • Lost Recordings And Beat Rarities Lost Recordings And Beat Rarities Quick View

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    Lost Recordings And Beat Rarities

    7 Vinyl Box Set w/ 20 Lost Tracks & Hard-To-Find Gems!


    This highly resonant set acts as a guidebook to many of the missing links behind the one British beat group who, more than any other, stayed neck-and-neck with the Beatles throughout the 60s. In terms of quality single releases with irresistible chart appeal (15 Top Ten 45s in the U.K.) and pure musical evolution, there is no doubt the Hollies breathed the same rarefied air as the Fab Four.


    The Hollies Lost Recordings and Beat Rarities collects 20 long-buried tracks and hard-to-find gems, ranging from rare U.S. and British singles to EP rarities and unissued songs, all perfectly ripe for release as an original Hollies 45, whether that happened or not. Follow the group from their first single (released in May of 1963), the savage Aint That Just Like Me b/w Hey Whats Wrong With Me, through their discotheque dance floor raves: Come On Back, What Kind of Love and She Said Yeah. Swoon to their swingin ballad Yes I Will, groove with their jazzy Honey and Wine and float to outer space with All The World is Love. Discover an impossible-to-find, spy-style double-sider the Hollies did for a 1967 Italian movie, and groove to unreleased tracks cut while on tour in New York City in 1965, then marvel at an extremely scarce cover of the Beatles If I Needed Someone, tracked at Abbey Road, revered recording home to both groups.


    Sundazed has collected a pirates ransom of tracks here, nearly all unavailable on any original English or American Hollies album. Delivered now via the supremely cool format of 45RPM vinyl, each single is loaded with guaranteed disk jockey dance-floor magic that only further cements the Hollies reputation as the coolest Manchester band, ever!

    Single 1

    1. (Ain't That) Just Like Me
    2. Hey What's Wrong With Me


    Single 2
    1. Whole World Over
    2. Now's the Time


    Single 3
    1. What Kind of Love
    2. When I'm Not There


    Single 4
    1. Come on Back
    2. She Said Yeah


    Single 5
    1. Nobody
    2. Yes I Will


    Single 6
    1. Honey and Wine
    2. Bring Back Your Love to Me


    Single 7
    1. She Gives Me Everything I Want
    2. I Can't Get Nowhere With You


    Single 8
    1. If I Needed Someone
    2. I've Got a Way of My Own


    Single 9
    1. You in My Arms
    2. All the World Is Love


    Single 10
    1. Kill Me Quick
    2. We're Alive

    The Hollies
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  • Songs Of The Everly Brothers Songs Of The Everly Brothers Quick View

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    Songs Of The Everly Brothers

    Deluxe Double LP


    A Sundazed deluxe, gatefold double-LP collection of 36 amazing Everly-composed selections, recorded as publishing demos during the Brothers' tenure at Cadence Records. At the peak of their abilities both as performers and writers-most tracks feature only the Everly's voices and guitars. Hear familiar songs like "Maybe Tomorrow" and "When Will I Be Loved" near their genesis, along with many other strong works in the sweet romantic style in which the brothers specialized.

    1. Life Ain't Worth Living
    2. Give Me A Future
    3. That's Too Good To Be True
    4. Should We Tell Him
    5. How Did We Stay Together
    6. Maybe Tomorrow
    7. I Didn't Mean To Go This Far
    8. I Wonder If I Care As Much
    9. I'll Throw Myself At You
    10. It's Too Late To Say Goodbye
    11. All I Ask Of Life
    12. Kiss Me Once
    13. Made To Love
    14. Dancing On My Feet
    15. Since You Broke My Heart
    16. When Will I Be Loved
    17. Do You Love Me
    18. Will I Ever Have A Change Again
    19. Give Me A Future
    20. Maybe Tomorrow
    21. How Did We Stay Together
    22. You're The One
    23. Who's To Be The One
    24. Don't Call Me, I'll Call You
    25. I'm Gonna Make Real Sure
    26. Her Love Was Meant For Me
    27. Since You Broke My Heart
    28. I'll Bide My Time
    29. Turned Down
    30. Captain, Captain
    31. Oh, What A Feeling
    32. I'm Tired of Singing
    33. Only Me
    34. You Can Fly
    35. Hello Amy
    36. It's All Over
    The Everly Brothers
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  • Purple Haze Purple Haze Quick View

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    Purple Haze

    The second single by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Purple Haze" coupled with "51st Anniversary," as it was issued in the UK and Europe, showcases the artistry and mystique of Jimi Hendrix. It beckons us into his psychedelic world just as it did in spring 1967, when it hit the Top Five in the UK between the likes of "Somethin' Stupid" and "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" on the charts.


    The two sides presented Hendrix's space-age take on blues and pop,establishing a momentum of influence that shows no sign of ever ending. This edition-the third release in a unique, ongoing series that partners Sundazed with Experience Hendrix-issues these recordings together on a 45 RPM single for the first time ever in the US, and features the original monaural mixes plus a color sleeve with rare photographs of Hendrix in the ascent of his career.

    1. Purple Haze
    2. 51st Anniversary
    Jimi Hendrix
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    Mr. Eliminator

    1964s Mr. Eliminator, the second album of hot-rod songs from Dick Dale, is another fuel-injected fun ride down the asphalt aisle! Once again, Dick shreds his way through scorching guitar instrumentals like The Victor, Nitro Fuel and the tenacious title track. But thats not all! Vocal selections like the Bo Diddley-beat-driven 50 Miles to Go and My X-KE paint vivid portraits that any gear-head can appreciate. The studio pit-crew assisting Dick includes top-notch players Glen Campbell, Jerry Cole, Earl Palmer, Plas Johnson and future Beach Boy Bruce Johnston. Talk about firing on all cylinders! From start to finish, Mr. Eliminator sets them up and shuts them down. Sourced from the original Capitol Records stereo masters, this Sundazed Music edition of Mr. Eliminator is pressed on 180-gram vinyl and includes complete original artwork. Ill meet you down at Hot Rod Alley after the victory lap!

    1. Mr. Eliminator
    2. 50 Miles to Go
    3. Flashing Eyes
    4. Taco Wagon
    5. The Squirrel
    6. The Victor
    7. Blond In the 406
    8. Firing Up
    9. My X-KE
    10. Nitro Fuel
    11. Hot Rod Alley
    Dick Dale And His Del-Tones
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  • Behold & See Behold & See Quick View

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    Behold & See


    Custom Spinach-Colored Vinyl


    Nestled Into A Jacket With Beautifully Restored Artwork


    It was legendary record producer Alan Lorber that came up with the concept of The Bosstown Sound -- The Sound Heard 'Round The World to market and promote the best and brightest of the Bean Town sixties psychedelic scene. (Boston's key groups at the time included Orpheus, Beacon Street Union, Ultimate Spinach, Chamaeleon Church and others). The Ultimate Spinach, arguably the finest of them all, produced magnificent examples of surreal psychedelic record-making, now prized by crate-diggers and outsider music fans alike.


    The Spinach's self-titled debut album is now considered a psychedelic classic, but it's the group's second record, Behold and See, that is perhaps their finest achievement. Ostensibly a concept album, it's centered around lead singer/songwriter/keyboardist/guitarist Ian Bruce-Douglas' cynical worldview. He skewers normal society with all the fervor of Zappa and all the surreality (and insanity) of Bob Markley on songs like Visions of Your Reality and the four-part Suite: Genesis of Beauty. Add in the lush, floating vocals of Barbara Jean Hudson, fuzz guitar and some great late-60s psych jangle and you've got the formula for an unhinged classic that stands up to the best of the non-coastal psych sounds of the late-60s.


    For decades, the only available version of Behold and See was a heavily-edited director's cut" which omitted an entire song and presented edited versions of others. On this edition, Sundazed proudly presents the album in its rare, original, superior dedicated mono mix, unexpurgated and unedited. This ultimate edition is presented on (of course! and at last!) custom spinach-colored vinyl and nestled into a jacket with beautifully restored artwork. Behold and See is the perfect place to dig into the Bosstown Sound" - a tremendous and beautiful album now on Sundazed!!!

    1. Gilded Lamp Of The Cosmos
    2. Visions Of Your Reality
    3. Jazz Thing
    4. Mind Flowers
    5. Where You're At
    6. Suite: Genesis Of Beauty (in four parts)
    7. Fifth Horseman Of The Apocalypse
    8. Fragmentary March Of Green
    Ultimate Spinach
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    Surfer's Choice

    In the half-century since he began his reign as King of the Surf Guitar, Dick Dale has remained one of rock's most innovative and influential axemen. A bold pioneer in the use of speed, volume and sonic texture, the charismatic Dale invented surf music, and in the process permanently altered the role of the electric guitar in rock 'n' roll.


    Although he began releasing singles on his own Deltone label in the late '50s, Dale made much of his most enduring music during his '60s stint with Capitol Records. Now, Sundazed is making Dick Dale's reverb-soaked, genius LPs available once again, the way they were meant to be heard, on vinyl. Sundazed vinyl restoration of the vintage Dale catalog features his landmark studio albums Surfer's Choice, King of the Surf Guitar, Checkered Flag, Mr. Eliminator and Summer Surf, originally released between 1962 and 1964. All of those albums have been mastered from the original analog tapes, and are packaged with their complete original cover art.


    Dick Dale's scorching 1962 debut LP Surfer's Choice features the surf classics 'Let's Go Trippin',' 'Peppermint Man and 'Surf Beat.

    1. Surf Beat
    2. Sloop John B
    3. Take It Off
    4. Night Owl
    5. Fanny Mae
    6. Miserlou Twist
    7. Peppermint Man
    8. Surfing Drums
    9. Shake n' Stomp
    10. Lovey Dovey
    11. Death of a Gremmie
    12. Let's Go Trippin'
    Dick Dale And His Del-Tones
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  • Bad Part Of Town / Wish Me Up / Love In A Summer Basket / Did He Die Bad Part Of Town / Wish Me Up / Love In A Summer Basket / Did He Die Quick View

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    Bad Part Of Town / Wish Me Up / Love In A Summer Basket / Did He Die

    Rare MGM Recordings In A Gatefold Double 7 Set


    A group burning as white-hot as the Seeds couldn't last long and, indeed, after their initial blast of success with "Pushin' Too Hard," the original band fell apart. However, Saxon's mission was not yet complete so he and keyboardist Daryl Hooper put together a new lineup. The replanted Seeds signed with MGM Records and entered the studio, capturing some amazing performances. MGM released two singles from these sessions in 1970, but both failed to chart. Further bad luck came when label boss Mike Curb launched a "drug purge," dropping bands with perceived drug associations, the Seeds among them. Their two singles quickly vanished from MGM's catalog, making them almost impossible to find. Reaching deep into the vaults, Sundazed has rescued these elusive recordings for this double 7" release. Sourcing all four tracks from the original MGM analog tapes, these songs are reborn in amazing aural quality on this strictly limited edition. Grab one and let your psychedelic garden grow!

    Single 1 (Originally Issued As MGM K-14163, August 11th, 1970)
    1. Bad Part Of Town
    2. Wish Me Up


    Single 2 (Originally Issued As MGM K-14190, November 16th, 1970)
    1. Love In A Summer Basket
    2. Did He Die

    The Seeds
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  • Another Side Of This Life: The Lost Recordings, 1965-66 Another Side Of This Life: The Lost Recordings, 1965-66 Quick View

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    Another Side Of This Life: The Lost Recordings, 1965-66

    1. Codine
    2. Wheel Of Fortune
    3. Another Side Of This Life
    4. High Flyin' Bird
    5. November Nights
    6. Zah's Blues
    7. Reputation
    8. That's The Bag I'm In
    9. They Still Go Down
    10. Pride Of Man
    11. Brass Buttons
    12. I Just Can't Take It Anymore
    13. Candy man
    Gram Parsons
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  • King Of The Surf Guitar King Of The Surf Guitar Quick View

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    King Of The Surf Guitar

    During his string of intense, sold-out 1961 shows at The Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa, California, Dick Dale is credited with creating the surf guitar sound. An avid surfer himself, Dick strove to recreate the feeling of riding the waves in his music. He accomplished that feat through innovative use of reverb and a rich playing technique that incorporated everything from from short staccato picking to long, legato melody lines. Known far and wide as The King of the Surf Guitar, Capitol Records signed him and named his 1963 label debut album after his undisputed title. Ranging from blistering instrumental takes on tunes like Riders in the Sky and Hava Nagila, to spirited vocal selections like Dick Dale Stomp and Whatd I Say, the album truly captures all aspects of surf culture. All hail the King!


    Sourced from the original Capitol Records stereo masters, this Sundazed Music edition of King of the Surf Guitar is pressed on 180-gram vinyl and includes complete original artwork. Surfs up!


    1. King of the Surf Guitar
    2. The Lonesome Road
    3. Kansas City
    4. Dick Dale Stomp
    5. What'd I Say
    6. Greenback Dollar
    7. Hava Nagila
    8. You Are My Sunshine
    9. Mexico
    10. Break Time
    11. Riders In the Sky
    12. If I Never Get to Heaven
    Dick Dale And His Del-Tones
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    Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde

    A key transitional touchstone in The Byrds' fabled canon, 1969's Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde
    was the next stop in the band's pioneering country-rock trajectory and the first album by
    the post-Gram Parsons lineup. With leader Roger McGuinn at the helm of a stellar new
    edition of the band featuring guitar god Clarence White, drummer Gene Parsons, and
    bassist John York, Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde sees The Byrds bridging the gap between the
    psychedelic flights of the group's mid-'60s albums and the down-home, country-based
    style developed only months earlier with Sweetheart of the Rodeo.


    In addition to containing strong McGuinn originals (King Apathy III, Old Blue),
    more of the band's beloved interpretations of Bob Dylan classics (This Wheel's on Fire
    and a medley blending The Bard's My Back Pages' with Jimmy Reed's Baby, What You
    Want Me to Do), and even a Gram Parsons collaboration (the bemusing Drug Store
    Truck Drivin' Man, which cleverly celebrates The Byrds' love of country music while
    simultaneously taking a dig at small-minded rednecks), Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde also boasts
    two tracks composed by McGuinn for the obscure, racy '60s cult movie Candy.


    Mastered from the original Columbia Records analog master reels, Sundazed's exact
    reproduction of the original LP will have Byrdmaniacs everywhere soaring to high heaven!

    1. This Wheel's On Fire
    2. Old Blue
    3. Your Gentle Way Of Loving Me
    4. Child Of The Universe
    5. Nashville West
    6. Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man
    7. King Apathy III
    8. Candy
    9. Bad Night At The Whiskey
    10. Medley:
    11. My Back Pages

    12. B.J. Blues

    13. Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do
    The Byrds
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    Checkered Flag

    Though he was renowned as The King of the Surf Guitar, Dick Dale detoured onto the drag strip in 1963 and created Checkered Flag, a landmark album of the hot-rod genre. Backed by studio pros like Hal Blaine, Earl Palmer, Plas Johnson and Steve Douglas, Dick laid down tough, reverb-soaked instrumentals like Night Rider and The Wedge, highlighting his unique technique and deeply varied sonic textures. The album also features vocal numbers, like lead track The Scavenger, penned by some of the top pop tunesmiths of the day, including Gary Usher, Gary Paxton and Carol Connors. Whether vocal or instrumental, each and every one of these songs invokes the sound, speed and spirit of the racetrack, with motors roaring and crowds cheering. Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!


    Sourced from the original Capitol Records stereo masters, this Sundazed Music edition of Checkered Flag is pressed on 180-gram vinyl and includes complete original artwork. What are you waiting for? Hop in your ho-dad machine now and go grab a copy!

    1. The Scavenger

    2. Surf Buggy

    3. Hot Rod Racer

    4. Mag Wheels

    5. Big Black Cad

    6. Ho-Dad Machine

    7. Grudge Run

    8. Motion

    9. 426-Super Stock

    10. The Wedge

    11. It Will Grow On You

    12. Night Rider

    Dick Dale And His Del-Tones
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    Stone Free/Lover Man

    From Sundazed, the lost 1969 Jimi Hendrix single! Recorded in April, 1969, with key musicians from the guitar god's inner circle-Billy Cox on bass, Mitch Mitchell on drums, along with friends Roger Chapman and Andy Fairweather Low on backing vocals-this new platter features Hendrix' second studio attempt at Stone Free, perhaps the song associated with him that best encapsulates the artist's restless renegade spirit!


    Reprise scheduled this axe anthem as a single not long after the sessions, but for reasons unknown, they issued an earlier version that was recorded in 1966 and had previously appeared as a 1966 B-side in the UK. This revised, rocking, razing take on a favorite song of the performers' (he often performed it in his shows) only later appeared on a posthumous LP in the '70s in an overdubbed version...but it is restored to the original performances here on the new Sundazed 7 edition!


    Also included is Lover Man, a killer, funkified blues track with Billy Cox on bass and Mitch Mitchell on drums, recorded summer, 1970. A tight and tempestuous groove that could've (and should've!) been an A-side of its own.


    Two sides of pure, original Jimi Hendrix in his prime, presented by Sundazed in partnership with Experience Hendrix, L.L.C., the fourth in the series of commemorative singles with a new picture sleeve, featuring unique and hard-to-find vintage performances!

    1. Stone Free
    2. Lover Man
    Jimi Hendrix
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    Early Americans

    The Five Americans, five Oklahoma kids who blew the roof off the national charts when they moved to Dallas in 1966 and cut smashes like I See the Light and Western Union, recorded plenty of swaggering garage material just before their chart-topping days at Abnak Records. With the full cooperation of the band, Sundazed has unearthed a Texas-sized load of fuzzy 'n primitive Americans sides that have never seen the light of day, as well as the master tapes for the band's ultra-rare Jetstar singles, circa '64-'66. Put 'em all together and you have our new Early Americans compilation -a powerhouse, high-definition BeatRocket LP that's guaranteed to get anyone in the vicinity dancing till dawn's early light.

    1. Slippin' And Slidin'

    2. It's You Girl
    3. Make Me Or Break Me
    4. Ya Hurt Me
    5. Without You
    6. Roll Over Beethoven
    7. I'm Feelin' O.K.

    8. The Train
    9. I Know They Lie
    10. Don't Matter To Me
    11. She's-A-My Own
    12. It's A Cryin' Shame

    The Five Americans
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    No Chance Baby

    For anyone with an overindulged appetite for '60s garage compilations, Oscar & the Majestics must seem like old friends. In Sundazeds exhaustive dig through the prized USA & Destination Records catalogs, no other act and that includes hit makers like the Buckinghams and Cryin Shames, came close to the coverage afforded Oscar Hamod & the Majestics. If the group had left more than five tracks in the USA vaults, no doubt Sundazed would have included more.


    Well, that was before Oscar opened up his vast personal archives, undisturbed for over 40 years, allowing for this first-ever collection of his complete 60s output. This includes the bands best known USA sides, like the impossibly cool, fuzzed-out Soul Finger, as well as ultra-rare, Oscar-pressed singles (including the first official reissue of House of the Rising Sun 1969; an over the top rearrangement that suffers no shortage of Oscar-fuzz/Oscar-attitude.


    Most rewarding of all, this set unleashes the unreleased Baby Under My Skin and I Feel Good; both seriously Kinky krunchers from the USA era. As a bonus, Sundazed blows the lid off the untold history of Mr. Hamod and his rockin crew in a package also crammed with vintage photos and rare 45 label scans.

    1. Got to Have Your Lovin

    2. Soulfinger
    3. My Girl is Waiting
    4. Baby Under My Skin
    5. I Cant Explain
    6. Jackie Jackie
    7. Why-O or Jungle Beat
    8. No Chance Baby
    9. I Feel Good
    10. Come On Willie
    11. Top Eliminator
    12. Fanny Brown
    13. Dawn
    14. House of the Rising Sun 1969

    Oscar And The Majestics
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  • Take A Picture Take A Picture Quick View

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    Take A Picture

    Take a Picture blends Margo's infectious and highly intelligent songcraft with her absolutely unique voice - equal parts girl group innocence and seductive torch. One of the most endearing and delicious soft rock records from its era, here's an impeccable Sundazed vinyl reissue of this '68 masterpiece, direct from the original masters.


    Margo Guryan is the most original songwriter that I've ever produced, and also something of an enigma. Underneath it all, she's a schooled composer, but she writes moving pop songs. She writes from her heart, but also from her head.

    - John Hill, album producer


    When Margo heard God Only Knows for the first time, she dropped everything. Steeped in learnings of jazz and composition, Margo was shaping her musical self in 1966, and Pet Sounds was just what she wanted to hear. Inspired, and working in the glow of Brians masterpiece, Margo began work on Take A Picture. Its a beautiful lost gem. I love this album dearly. The first thing to notice is Margos voice, a unique upper register whisper. But when it starts off you say whoa, what is this? as Sunday Morning sounds like a garage funk band with studio musician talents. The albums production is wonderful in that it is so expert, but never showy. This is one of the most laid back albums Ive heard. Another sunday morning staple....Its jazz, slightly psych pop, with all the ornaments of the Pet Sounds orchestra. A brilliant record...

    -The Rising Storm

    1. Sunday Morning
    2. Sun
    3. Love Songs
    4. Thoughts
    5. Don't Go Away
    6. Take a Picture
    7. What Can I Give You?
    8. Think of Rain
    9. Can You Tell
    10. Someone I Know

    11. Love
    Margo Guryan
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    Roadmaster

    By 1972, singer/songwriter Gene Clark had settled into a new life in Mendocino far from the intrusive media glare and fan adulation that still surrounded someone of his stature as a former member of the Byrds. However, he still owed A&M Records one more album. Gathering together the cream of the Los Angeles country-rock fraternity including innovative guitarist Clarence White, Chris Ethridge on bass, ex-Byrd and Burrito Brother Michael Clarke on drums, pedal steel guitarist extraordinaire Sneaky Pete, Byron Berline on fiddle and pianist Spooner Oldham, Gene set about recording an album of pure country rock unfettered by any commercial dictates.


    Although the Spring of 1972 recording sessions were ultimately abandoned, Gene left eight precious songs in the vaults. Full Circle Song (later recorded by the reunited Byrds and a bona fide country-rock classic) and Shooting Star reveal a deep, introspective soul-searching. I Remember the Railroad and In a Misty Morning reflect a longing for the simpler days of his youth. The sessions also produced spirited versions of Flatt & Scruggs' Rough and Rocky, the country standard I Really Don't Want To Know, Freddie Weller's rollicking Roadmaster and a reinterpretation of his standout Byrds song, She Don't Care About Time.


    Gene's manager Jim Dickson took these eight tracks and paired them with three additional unreleased recordings to assemble Roadmaster. The unreleased tracks chronicled two previous attempts at a Byrds reunion (One In A Hundred and She's the Kind of Girl) as well as the stunning Here Tonight, with Gene backed by The Flying Burrito Brothers. Originally a 1973 European-only release, imported copies of Roadmaster soon found their way to North America as fans came to recognize the brilliance in the ill-fated sessions. The album itself I was proud of, acknowledged Gene years later. I was proud of the writing and proud of the bunch of people who played on it.


    This legendary recording makes its Sundazed debut on wondrous high-definition vinyl. It has been painstakingly mastered from the original A&M session tapes and is packaged with new album artwork. Add this recording to your collection and bear full witness to Gene Clark's panoramic musical vision.

    1. She's the Kind of Girl
    2. One In a Hundred
    3. Here Tonight
    4. Full Circle Song
    5. In A Misty Morning
    6. Rough and Rocky
    7. Roadmaster
    8. I Really Don't Want To Know
    9. I Remember the Railroad
    10. She Don't Care About Time
    11. Shooting Star
    Gene Clark
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