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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:
The Calico Wall - I’m a Living Sickness
Beyond psychedelic with maximum fuzz and trem from Minneapolis, MN Circa 1967.
Blues Magoos - She’s Comin’ Home
A New York garage favorite from 1966.
Laghonia - Bahia
Peruvian psych and soul from their 1970 album “Glue.”
Jaqueline Taieb - 7 Heures Du Matin
French YeYe in 1967! Such a fun song to dance to and she’s the coolest of cool!
Colosseum - The Kettle
Always love hearing this from my dear friend Maicol Sonosphere’s DJ set and it’s an absolute floor killer!
Popol Vuh - Oh Wie Nah Ist Der Weg Hinab
Such a unique group from Germany with a sound all of their own. They owned one of the very first Moog synthesizers in Europe but abandoned it after their first record so that they could get back to a more primitive sound. The guitar work is something special here.
Amboy Dukes - Journey to The Center of The Mind
An LSD driven classic with a younger Ted Nugent on the guitar. I’ve always loved this track ever since I heard the Ramones cover in the 90s.
Gandalf - Golden Earrings
Their unique psychedelic version of Peggy Lee’s "Golden Earrings" which was the theme song of the 1947 romantic spy film of the same name.
Ngozi Family - We Are Not Told
Incredible African rhythms with that certain DIY trashcan fuzz sound that I love. Zamrock style!
Pierre Henry - Teen Tonic
Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier join forces to shape some great psychedelic sounds. Written for the ballet Messe Pour le Temps present in 1967.
Shangri-Las - Out in The Streets
A absolute masterpiece done in the style of Phil Spector’s wall of sound.
The Troll - Werewolf and Witchbreath
From their album “Animated Music” Circa 1968. It’s the heaviest track on the record.
Sandy Bull - Electric Blend
Folk guitarist Sandy Bull steps out on a limb to do some eastern exploration in 1968. The documented journey is something fantastic.
Thanks for listening, take care