Album cuts by the Hollies, the Rascals, the Beatles, and the Dave Clark Five; 45s by the Dovers, the Four More, and the Basement Wall; the original single version of “Time Has Come Today” by the Chambers Brothers; psychedelia from Tomorrow, the Bonniwell Music Machine, and the New Mix; and more cool sounds from the 1960s.
Album cuts by Tommy James & The Shondells, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, and the Kinks; early progressive rock by Graffiti and Spooky Tooth; soul sounds from the Impressions, Sloan Bey, and Roy Lee Johnson; garage band 45s by the Grains of Sound, the Landlords, and the Guise; plus the Beau Brummels, the Creation, the Merry-Go-Round, and more.
Included: a 1968 single by Bettye Lavette; 45s by garage bands the Primates, Frankie St John & the Penetrations, and the Sonics; early Beatles; a single by the Flies; album cuts by the Zombies, Fairport Convention, Cream, Brewer & Shipley, and the Turtles; and more music from the coolest decade ever.
We've got lesser-known songs by some of the biggest artists of the decade: Big Brother & the Holding Company, the Moody Blues, the Electric Prunes, the Yardbirds, and the Monkees; a mid-60s cut by the Rising Sons, a band that included Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder in its members; some sweet soul from Baby Washington and Salena Jones; garage band 45s and more.
1967 singles by Question Mark & The Mysterians (no, not "96 Tears"), the Move, and Buffalo Springfield; album cuts by Ford Theatre, the Poppy Family and Love; garage band 45s by the Cellar Dwellers, the Exotics, and Kenny & the Kasuals; soul 45s by Don Bryant and Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, plus more music from the swingin' 60s.
You'll hear album cuts by Pink Floyd, Dusty Springfield, the Seeds, and the Mamas & The Papas; soul 45s by the Freeman Brothers, the Rayons, and the Webs; garage band 45s; plus Hearts & Flowers, HP Lovecraft (pictured), Paul Revere & The Raiders, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and more.
Included: a demo from the Beatles White Album sessions, Ike & Tina Turner covering the Beatles, a 1965 hit for the Kinks that marked a turning point for them; 45s by garage bands the Enfields, the Jades, and the Memphis Nomads (pictured); a Beach Boys cut from the Pet Sounds album, and more records from across the 1960s pop music spectrum.
The annual all-45 edition of the show: We'll be camping out on the obscure end of the 1960s music spectrum as we welcome in the new year at 45 revolutions per minute, looking back over the best of our 7-inch discoveries from the past year. On the way, singles by the Loose Ends (featuring T-bone Burnett), the Live Five, Herbie Goins & the Night-Timers, the Rainy Daze, the Roosters, the Underdogs, and many more.