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I Love You - People


In case you've never heard it:

Original version by The Zombies


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Psych-Outquote:The Amboy Dukes - "Journey to the Center of the Mind" I've got a friend that will argue til the cows come home that "Journey to the Center of the Mind" is the greatest album of all time.


A great album, and certainly merits attention as one of the best ever, so I will say your friend has good taste in music.


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40 years of Nuggets

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Before he would achieve recognition as the guitarist for Patti Smith, Lenny Kaye wrote reviews and articles for Rolling Stone in its early years and was hired as a freelance talent scout by Elektra Records in 1970. During that period, Elektra president Jac Holzman told Kaye about a record he wanted put out consisting of songs that were either hidden on records or minor hit singles. The result? Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968.

"In a way, it seemed to me that these songs were in a twilight zone," Kaye tells Spinner, "between what was then the AM format -- catchy three-minute singles with a good chorus and a hook -- and the more expansive album-oriented music that developed in the '60s when all these artistic parameters were kind of pushed aside, and a certain sense of possibility came into the music where you could think expansively and imaginatively beyond certain time lengths and song lengths and song constructs. Having lived through it as a teenager, I felt very much connected with it in terms of my own artistic growth and what I could see as the possibilities within music."

With songs selected by Kaye and released in 1972, Nuggets became a classic garage rock album featuring bands that never achieved long-lasting fame.

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"Nuggets seems to have a life of its own," says Kaye, "because what it became is a symbol for a type of energy and musical reinvention that is always a part of our growth as musicians and as an audience -- the spirit within it, the sense of beginning anew that Nuggets represented I think is something that's a constant in music as music moves towards the future. I'm just so thrilled that Nuggets has had a chance to be the birthright of many a band and many a musical fan, and that its fountain of youth is continually returned to."



>>>>> Playlist of the songs on the original Nuggets <<<<<


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Today's selection has an international flavor:

From Minneapolis:

The Litter - "Action Woman"

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Supposedly this track turns up in a Californication episode.


From Mexico:

Los Chijuas - "Changing The Colors of Life"

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From London:

Caleb - "Baby Your Phrasing Is Bad"

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This track was the undeniable career high point for the session musician playing piano on it, one Reggie Dwight.


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Mouse & The Traps

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This Tyler, TX, group from the mid-'60s is most known for their uncanny imitation of Highway 61-era Dylan, "A Public Execution." Featured on the Nuggets compilation, it is to Dylan what the Knickerbockers' "Lies" is to the Beatles: one of the few rip-offs so utterly accurate that it could easily fool listeners into mistaking it for the original article. Spearheaded by singer/songwriter Ronnie Weiss, the group actually recorded quite a few decent singles between 1965 and 1969 without approaching any sort of national recognition. "Mouse" never got as explicitly Dylanesque again, but there's no doubt that Weiss often recalled a non-atonal Dylan with his nasal delivery, and several of their singles were a much more melodic, pop-oriented extension of Dylan's mid-'60s sound. Recording almost exclusively original material, they were one of the better regional groups of the time, and also waxed some capable Texas punk-psychedelia and good-time pop/rockers. -- Allmusic.com



"A Public Execution"

"L-O-V-E Love"

And my personal fave:

"Sometimes You Just Can't Win"











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Mouse & The Traps


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Prefer this version of Psyche Out

MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO



what can I say? I spent the early 90s hanging out in Houston at POWER TOOLS, NUMBERS LIZARD LOUNGE, RED SQUARE and PROTEUS
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This thread is devoted to a musical genre of the 1960s

Please delete your post

Thank you


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The Savage Resurrection (1967-1968)
one of the youngest psychedelic rock bands of the 60's

My buddies dad gave me this vinyl in middle school:
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My favorite: The Savage Resurrection - Jammin'

The Savage Resurrection - Expectations
The Savage Resurrection - Thing In "E"

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Greatest 1st post ever?

Certainly for the MB


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Cheshunt, Hertfordshire:

The Creation -- "How Does it Feel"

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Creation guitarist Eddie Phillips was reputedly the first guitarist to play an electric guitar with a violin bow, a technique Jimmy Page would later, er, copy.


Fremont, California:

The Harbinger Complex -- "I Think I'm Down"

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Acton, Massachusetts:

The Mauve -- "You Got Me Cryin'"

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Tonight a little folk-rock:

The Byrds - "I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better" -- The late great Gene Clark on lead vocal

The Byrds, 1965: Chris Hillman, David Crosby, Michael Clarke, Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark

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Dino Desi & Billy - "Not The Loving Kind"

It's a family affair -- or is it a class project? (L-R): Dino Martin (son of Dean), Desi Arnaz Jr (son of Lucille Ball), Billy Hinsche (future brother-in-law of Beach Boy Carl Wilson); sophomores at Beverly Hills Catholic High School, 1965.

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The Beau Brummels - "Just A Little"

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re: Psych-Out, or Riot On Sunset Strip
Lots of good stuff in here.

Thread title is still anchor worthy.



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what can I say? I spent the early 90s hanging out in Houston at POWER TOOLS, NUMBERS LIZARD LOUNGE, RED SQUARE and PROTEUS

HAHA, me too.


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I spent the early 90s hanging out in Houston
I don't care about your nostalgia


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