An alternate version of Nazz's biggest hit; album cuts by Jefferson Airplane, It's A Beautiful Day, and Sly & The Family Stone; 45s by garage bands Randy & the Radiants, the Different Parts, and the Outcasts; plus records by the Rainy Daze (pictured), Turquoise, the Beatles, Sandy Denny & the Strawbs; and more music from the swinging 60s.
Album tracks by Pink Floyd, Donovan, and the Cyrkle; garage rock by Mouse & The Traps (pictured) , We The People, and the Mountain Men; soul vibes courtesy of Clarence Carter, JJ Barnes, and Fred Hughes; plus records by Rupert's People, the Sons Of Champlin, the Animals, and more cool stuff from the 60s.
Records by Timebox, Small Faces, the Seeds, and the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, a track from Them's first album, a smokin' cut by Aretha Franklin's big sister Erma; plus 45s by garage band the Muffets, David Clayton Thomas, Simple Simon & The Piemen,.... and more gems from the 60s.
Includes a track from the Strawberry Alarm Clock's first album; a Monkees song that was meant to be the first single on which they played all the instruments but was hung up in a publishing snafu until 1987; also, one by the San Francisco band the Charlatans which featured Dan Hicks; plus records by Quicksilver Messenger Service, the 13th Floor Elevators, Jimmy Hughes, and more gems from the 60s.
Coming your way in this hour: psychedelia by Love, the Factory, and Focus Three; some tongue-in-cheek psychedelia from Dave Van Ronk & the Hudson Dusters and the Hombres; 45s from garage bands the FBI, the Del-Vetts, and the Nightcrawlers; plus the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Doors, Barbara Lynn, and more.
Album tracks by the Blues Magoos, Los Bravos, the Who, and Spanky Wilson; 45s from Mary Wells, the Mamas & the Papas, the Allusions, Thee Midniters, Eternity's Children, and the Chocolate Watch Band; plus records by the Beach Boys, Les Fleurs De Lys, and more music from the swinging 60s.
The psychedelic quotient is pretty high this hour with tracks by Moby Grape, Jefferson Airplane, Orphan Egg (pictured), the Action, and the Evil I; the garage band sound is represented by the Gray Things, the Ides, and the Split Ends; plus you'll hear records by Bobbie Gentry, the Lovin' Spoonful, the Kelly Brothers, Marmalade, unreleased Simon & Garfunkel, and lots more.
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.