4.26.2008

The Soup Greens: That`s too bad (Usa rare Garage,1965)

BAND AND ALBUM INFO (Beyond the Beat Gen)

After randomly calling into a radio station show co-hosted by garage band researcher Mike Markesich, Dave Eagle of The Soup Greens was shocked to realize that his '60's band was so highly revered by collectors of 1960's garage band music. With Markeisch's assistance, Eagle worked out an agreement with Misty Lane Records in Italy to release the complete and surviving recordings of The Soup Greens. The collection has since received universally positive reaction from collectors everywhere and, as a result, the CD has quickly become a hot seller. Though it contains only eight tracks, the songs are all excellent - and the package amazing.

The Soup Greens started in 1965 in Lenny's basement on Neptune Ave. in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. The record was released in September, 1965. We were together for over a year. One picture and two business cards exist, and some original 45s. We were very popular locally - in Brookln and Greenwich Village.

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TOO BAD THAT WE DONT HAVE MORE OF THIS BAND...

6 comments:

Pablo "Pochola" Cazorla said...

Passw: mza-soup

henry said...

another one of those bands i never would have had a chance to hear if not for your efforts.

"Like A Rolling Stone" is one of my favorite songs, and these guys really do a good version of it ... great stuff here. Live long and well.

mar said...

Uhm...pues hoy me llevo este, muchas gracias Pablo y arriba con ese garage ;)

aldo said...

Like many other people I always enjoyed their take on "Like a rolling stone" thanks to PEBBLES...
This is great, I LOVE LOVE LOVE "That's too bad"...the kind of stuff you can play ANYTIME, ALL THE TIME!

Mateus Paul said...

Garage, Garage, Garage!!

Ótimos temas e órgão hipnótico como deve ser neste estilo!

Anonymous said...

I second the emotion