Date: Sunday, 10 Nov 2013 00:00
Written by Ryan Newmyer (A Sunny Day In Glasgow)
Produced by Kurt Feldman (The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and Ice Choir) and Ryan Newmyer
Engineered and Mixed by Kurt Feldman at Winter Station (Brooklyn, NY)
Kurt Feldman - programming, guitar
Jen Goma - voice
Ryan Newmyer - voice, guitar, synth, bass
An absolutely gorgeous pop song. mp3
Date: Saturday, 09 Nov 2013 00:00
A draft of the song, "love and cannibalism".
Date: Friday, 08 Nov 2013 00:00
The Baroques formed in 1966 in Milwaukee,Wisconsin. In January 1967 they signed a contract with Chess Records. By June 1967, both the album "Iowa" and single "Mary Jane" were released and banned in the same week. The ban was imposed by some local DJs whose stations directors thought "Mary Jane" was a pro-drug song about marijuana.
Date: Tuesday, 05 Nov 2013 00:00
The record opens with a bit of fuzzed out distortion, followed by a storm of pounding drums and ringing guitar. The vocals are spot on for a garage rocker and include some backing oohs, aahs and the like. But what really makes "I Need Love" for me is the generous helping of organ, including an excellent break. It gives the song a slightly haunting feel. Pretty cool for an up-tempo banger. It's been comped several times and should be relatively easy to find on CD, if that's your medium of choice.
Date: Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013 16:54
In 1973 Morris signed to the York record label who gave him the opportunity to release his first and only solo album "Only The Beginning". Production duties were again handed over to his friend and collaborator Atkins. I've never heard this album but I have heard a few songs and confirm that they are great. Two of these songs "When It Come's To Love" and "See Through My Mind" have appeared on the later volumes of Jorgen Johannsen's fab Fading Yellow compilations and are of the ultra melodic, lush sounding pop type that we have come to expect from JJ's FY's!
Date: Sunday, 27 Oct 2013 01:00
a draft of a recent work in progress. the animation is by Oskar Fischinger, from 1938, which appears to have fallen into the public domain...?
Date: Friday, 25 Oct 2013 01:00
Over You was written by rhythm guitar player Wayne Henninger. The lead singer was Jerry Pierce, Bass player was Rick Stiller. Jim Godwin lead and Rich Franks drums. All but Rick Stiller went to Northeast High School. The Flipside of the record was "Fishtracks, Green & Purple" written by Clyde McTavish (joke name) it was an instrumental with an almost drum solo by Rich Franks.
Date: Thursday, 24 Oct 2013 01:00
It's somewhat well documented that music producers Kasenetz & Katz regularly sought out a few groups that had a healthy local following, changed their name and image, and proceeded to transform them into the next bubblegum rock and roll band. Though not as well remembered as The 1910 Fruitgum Company or Ohio Express, Lt. Garcia's Magic Music Box found themselves on the same path as those other K&K acts. Before joining the K&K roster, however, HJ Boyle's band was rather successful locally as, first, The Echoes and, later, The Scoundrels.
Date: Wednesday, 23 Oct 2013 01:00
The flip 'Whevever' has a strange drum tap and a more or less spoken vocal part. The lyrics verge on the corny side. The singer dig's his girl and he ain't ever gonna stray. Well, I suppose he was just a kid, just wait until she starts to nag him to do the washing up.
Date: Tuesday, 22 Oct 2013 11:04
This group was from Prescott, population 3500. The group, led by Hershel Cannon, traveled 100 miles to Jaggars Recording Studio in Little Rock to record this fuzzed out gem in the Fall of 1968.
Another great track from the same compilation:
Date: Monday, 21 Oct 2013 01:00
In my opinion this record is one of the best ever releases in the 60s garage genre, both sides are absolutely amazing pieces of music, the 45 is a total killer, the A-side 'Now That You Know' with its beyond genius garage-folk jangle and the B-side 'She's Mine' with its ear breaking fuzztone guitar and snotty attitude.
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