The Shames - My world is upside down

Another garage "greati-e".

The Human Expression

No introduction needed...

The Painted Ship - Audience reflections (1966)

Audience Reflections [From Polyana's Dreamworld] (2008 UK strictly limited edition 2-track 7" vinyl single, originally released in 1966 by this legendary Canadian garage band from Vancouver - easily the rarest of their 2 singles for London, the A-side is a bizarre pop-psych experiment, while the flip, 'And She Said Yes' is a dynamite garage punker in the vein of their previous 45, 'Frustration'; in the classic garage tradition, this series has been fairly cheaply reproduced, and while the vinyl may present some visual anomalies, all copies have been test-played and came up smiling! Presented in hand numbered die-cut company bag with repro London labels) ** Limited to 500 copies! **.


The Flowerz - Flyte (1967/68)

Band bio (amg)
This includes both sides of their 1968 singles, plus an unreleased cut, surrounded by no less than 16 cover versions from a 1968 tape. This tape was used for an unusual teen dance at which it was played through the PA system in sync with the band's live performance; sort of a concert demonstration of double-tracking, intended to double the impact of their show...more at X.
From Reading, Pennsylvania. Previously known as the Marauders, they became the Flowerz when Stout was added and Tucci replaced Danny Bausher. Now you can read their whole story and enjoy their soundz on Erik Lindgren's CD - issued as part of a quartet on the region, with Pat Farrell & The Believers and two volumes of Eastern Pa. Rock making up the set. This CD features twenty-two tracks recorded especially by the band as a 'backing soundtrack' over which they would play or sync at a live performance in Reading on February 16th 1968. 

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