Tv cuts, radio promos, raw versions. Ok, the quality is not the best but I can promise that you would feel a whole lotta better after listening this rare treasure. 25 killer songs, plus the full artwork, thanks to my friend Santiago that let me use his scanner. Hope you enjoy this one, this one goes to Henry and Aldo, two special visitors from the house.
LINK: YOU DONT HAVE TO SMILE AT ME
After such an interesting start, they went on to chart regionally with their People In The Street 45, but their album had a strong country influence and is largely dispensable.
The Superfine Dandelion album was reissued on CD by Sundazed in 2000, augmented by non-LP cuts from 45s and outtakes, including four songs from the pre-Superfine Dandelion days by the Mile Ends.
I really like this album, A-lot!. Highly recommended. Hard to put em right, garage, psychedelic touches, folk rock, acid moments. You must hear this one.Buy this album here, and here too
LINK: WISH I COULD BE LIKE DAVID WATTS...
Again: a must for all the (southamerican) garage lovers!!!.
Y aca unas palabras que escribi unos cuantos años atras para Dias de Garage:
..."Una banda que fue una de las primeras en realizar grabaciones propias en la epoca (1964-65) y tambien estaria entre las primeras que realizaron grabaciones en español, claro me refiero a las que tuvieron mayor suceso comercial obvio.
Aca en el disco se nota la clara influencia de los Beatles, Ventures y por momentos de los Wailers. La banda nunca grabo un disco oficialmente, solo llegaron a lanzar seis lps de 45`. La banda se separo oficialmente en 1966 para poder continuar con una "vida normal".
Si, es verdad... varios nos emocionamos cuando vimos a Erwin subir al escenario para poder frasear la letra de "Demolicion" hace un par de años atras,ya que nunca se supo nada de la banda hasta el 2006 cuando les realizaron la entrega de una placa y un acto conmemorativo por haber sido una de las primeras bandas mas importantes en Perú.
Volviendo al disco en si, aca encontramos matices garageras y fuzz en gran parte.En ciertos temas Flores & Co. cantan y tocan como si se acabara el mundo o estuvieran a punta de colapsar, se entregaban totalmente y desefrenadamente, como se puede notar en "El entierro de los gatos", entre otros. Hay que tener cuidado al oir ciertos temas, yo particularmente no les recomendaria (o para algunos,tal vez si !) escuchar "Demolicion" o "(Fugitivo de) Alcatraz" con la luz apagada. UUhh ...".
Infaltable en la coleccion de cualquier aspero seguidor del garage sudamericano.
Much like The Beatles, the Batman TV series has virtually become synonymous with the 1960’s. With its sparkling use of color and odd camera angles, the series defined ‘60’s pop art, and as a result became an amazing cultural phenomenon – not only in 1966 but (to a lesser extent) in 2006 as well.
In 1966, it was a regular occurrence for a rock or pop star to make a guest appearance on the popular (and even forgotten) television series’ of the day (check out our Cameos section for further proof). Batman was no exception, and through the course of its three-year run, the program featured such disparate musical acts as Liberace, Leslie Gore, Chad & Jeremy, Johnny & The Greenmen, and the great Paul Revere & The Raiders. On the contrary, the popular (and even forgotten!) musical acts of the day tried to capitalize on the show’s meteoric success by recording songs inspired by the program, whether they be parodies, tributes, or ditties aimed at a young audience.
Link: SANTAS CAÑIFLAS BATMAN
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The Gotham City Crime Fighters
thanks and sorry...didnt want to bother.
if you like southamerican garage stuff. This is a Must ! ! !
LINK: COLOMBIAN DUDES
The Los Yorks' 68 album cover bears a striking resemblance to that of Love's Forever Changes album.
Other compilation coverage has included Mi Mente En Ti on Seeds Turn To Flowers Turn To Dust (CD) and Vallery on Los Demonios Del Rock, which has some pleasing guitar moments in places.
LINK: JUSTO A MI GUSTO ! ! !
Las influencias del grupo transitaban entre Los Beach Boys, Los Shadows y Los Rolling Stones, entre otros. De hecho, tocaban en Los Portones de Vitacura, una discoteca de propiedad de Los Mac´s, y ahí echaban mano a su repertorio Rollingstoniano.
Uno de sus grandes hitos fue la grabación del disco “Lo Bueno Lo Malo y Lo Feo”. Los Sonny´s hicieron su propia versión instrumental de éste exitoso western italiano, a pedido de su sello discográfico, la RCA.
The band formed in the 67, they were heavily influenced by the Argentinian band "4 seasons", and they used to play and rehearsal in the same studio as the Mac`s. Los Sonnys made a lot of covers of the Beach Boys and the Shadows (big influences)... yes the Rolling too (a lot!) and some Beatles.
They disbanded in 1971.
Here you ll find a very rare cover of the Beach Boys "good vibrations" ! ! !
Walk dont run... happy together... Agarrate Sloopy (hang on sloopy!)
GREAT INSTRUMENTAL SONGS, WITH NICE SURF TOUCHES. DIG IT.
LINK: CANDY MAN... SUPERFINE DANDELION COMING SOON...
Frat Garage, soul, pop airs. Cannibal sounds... good one yes.
LINK: I SAID: NA NA NA NA NAAAAAAAAAAAAA....... NANANANAAA....
The People In Me/Masculine Intuition 45 was also taken from their debut album and Hey Joe was subsequently issued as a 45. However, not everything was presumably going smoothly and the second album was issued after the band had split. Recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and New Mexico it comprised three outtakes from the earlier album and some new material.Introduction necesary ? Well... what we have here... Great compilation with rare demos from 65 til 69. Theres a good review from Sundazed:
Ignition finds the Music Machine, single-black-gloved and snarling, back in the garage, inhaling too much exhaust and exhaling these 19 tracks (14 tracks on High-Definition Vinyl LP), exhumed with intensity intact. This long-awaited third Music Machine album features rare tracks-12 previously unheard-ranging from their pre-"Talk Talk" demos from 1965 as the Ragamuffins to their final 1969 experimental recordings. Includes track annotations by group leader Sean Bonniwell and Music Machine expert Mike Stax.
Buy this album
LINK: talk talk
Indian Thing, is a good Booker T type instrumental, which featured some fine organ work from Bardens and some meaty guitar from Phil Sawyer, is certainly worth a listen. Curtains is a good Hammond organ instrumental.
Ok, dont get confused with the first chords of track 1 & 3 ! Ja! cause, you`ll get sorprised, but after you give a whole listen to this one, you ll want more Hammond sounds... yeah...
Play it loud ! ! Nice female vocals, orchestal arrengments, and... a great Hammond use-abuse! ! !
Dig it... Peter Green here... uff.
LINK: Play "indian thing" very loud ! ! !