13th Floor Elevators - Attack of the 8 tracks

 Click in the pics for more info.
Also read the setlist.
A very complete archive.
AaaRrr she´s a beauty ! 
"These recordings languished in collectors circles for almost 40 years, never even played, it took the Roky cd club to free them for those who VALUE THE *THING*, the object, the music, for the first time ever, true sanity prevails on the 8-track mix of the mighty PSYCHEDELIC SOUNDS appears here (changed for cd)"...ouh yes brothers, enjoy.

This one goes to:
Several Anonymous guys, Jr, Its just me, Joey, Pablo, F, Mark, Dr Funkestein, Marabunta, Pep Sonic, Stupiddle, Elmer Dinkley, Henry, JBFrance, Mp, T T-Rex, Pamela, Ge (always loved your profile pics!keep them up!), Al, Romi, Matt H, Viacomclosedmedown on youtub, Roadrunner...
& to all of those who visit´n´drop comments on the Garage blog.
One of the guys said that I was looking for comments saying thanks and to grow my ego-soul, or bothering the visitors to cheer me or something, 
the point Im trying to make here, its that if I took 20 minutes to prepare the post and another hour or 2 depending the upload sites to put the music, im just asking 1, 2 or maximum 3 minutes to drop a comment about the band/music/stuff im posting, thats all,

I wanna know if you do love Roky and the 13th, or the post of the day, if you have the stuff already, what do you want, ( for example: like JBFrance asking for other stuff too), dropping opinions, info, anything you want, thats the most interesting thing to me, reading your comments and opinion. Its not nice (believe me) posting stuff & no getting anything exchange, 

your comments are my monthly & only salary-wage on the blogger-sphere!
the Bomber only wants ------> Feedback (with the audience)

Thats all folks!
Thanks for your time,  much appreciated.
Hope we get the same quantity of comments in every post.

 I  love sharing music with you.


Al´s Untouchables - Come On Baby (1966)

 From Iowa City, Iowa. Second of two 45s, this from 1966. Both sides feature screaming punk. "Come on Baby" is full of raw energy and fast trashy ringing guitar. "Stick Around" is an original composition, blues/soul crossover with an intense break. 
A classic yes,  com on baby, crazy drums, wild guitar and fast organ sounds = garage punk.
Stick around...emmmgghh a little "quiet"...
yeee, yeee...


V.A. - Live the Funny Farm, Hawaii (1966)

Ok, something quite rare (as hell! some said)
The Manchesters, The Spirits, Undertakers, Val Richards V & The Casuals here.
Hawaii (scene).
Nice covers, Rosalyn, ouh yeah, Dancing in the street...among others.
Feel welcome to drop me a line/comment.


13th Floor Elevators - Live in Texas (1967)

from Texas, no introduction necesary..
Por si alguien les escapa...

V.A. - Soundtrack For The Blueband Generation

01 jimmy mccracklin - savoy's jumpre
02 moose john - talkin' 'bout mere
03 etta james - tough loverre
04 big t tyler - king kongre
05 long tall marvin - have mercy miss percyre
06 kid thomas - rockin' this joint tonitere
07 cochran brothers - tired and sleepyre
08 glenn glenn - one cup of coffeere
09 kenny smith - i'm lonesome babyre
10 bobby milano - life begins at 4 o'clock re
11 glenn garrison - lovin' lorene
12 joel hill - i thought it over
13 dick bush - hollywood party
14 johnny amelio - jugue
15 eddie quinteros - slow down sandy
16 eddie ringo - full racin' cam
17 jet powers - go, girl, go
18 jim mccrory - parkin' lot
19 marauders - slippin' and slidin'
20 thee midniters - never knew i had it so bad
21 epics - give me a chance
22 grim reepers - two souls
23 carpetbaggers - let yourself go
24 five of us - need me like i need you
25 aldermen - house of wax
26 lords - on the road again
27 ambertones - if i do
28 new arrivals - just outside my window
29 dirty shames - makin' love
30 thee midniters - everybody needs somebody 
Choco said once...: "So Thee Midnighters were not only the Land of the 1000 Dances band..."
(photos served by the hangover / 60s g bands, thanks...)