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Jake Garcia of The Black Angels explores the sounds and history of the golden era of 1960s psych and rock & roll in
13 FROM THE 13TH FLOOR:
My favorite of the incredible Dutch groups of the 60s. A high point in my life was performing some songs with original guitarist/founding member Ronnie Spector in 2005 at Primitive Festival. RIP
Colorful Spanish progressive music from 1971. I first heard this album in the amazing Umma Gumma bar in A Coruna, Spain. Can’t wait to go back to have more Licor Cafe and discover new music!
A moody gem from one of the best songwriters of all time.
Deep, rich, and beautiful Afro Psyche Funk from the master Togolese singer. Released in 1976 on Sonafric/France.
A 60s garage floor killer from the same Chicago group that later brought us the groovy song “Kind of a Drag.”
Lost sounds from behind the wall of Eastern Germany. Incredible to know that this and more exists.
They're incredible indeed! Kaleidoscopic folk from Scotland Circa 1968. They were the band that inspired Led Zeppelin to turn acoustic.
A fantastic mix of Doo-Wop, Hillbilly Music and Pre-War Blues. Check that groove! They were the coolest and The Beatles agree.
Raw snarl and jangle from North Carolina on the Pyramid Label Circa 1966. The epitome of 60s garage, my favorite sound!
A fuzzy gem from the album “Psichedelica” Circa 1968. Italians do it best !
A band with no boundaries and the song title says it all. They were considered the wildest group from Austria at the time and we can tell!
From my favorite Pretty Things album “Parachute” circa 1970. This is a band that deserves more credit than they are given. Check out the full record from beginning to end for the full experience.
Arthur Lee and “Love” vibes from this heady group. Feels like walking down a dirt road with no shoes. “There's A New Dawn” has been hailed as one of the rarest and best psych albums to come out of the late 60s / early 70s. Thanks to Christian Bland for the wonderful gift.