13 FROM THE 13TH FLOOR | 6.13.24

13 FROM THE 13TH FLOOR | 6.13.24

by Rob Fitzpatrick on June 13, 2024
13 FROM THE 13TH FLOOR | 6.13.24

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. Tune in below! This playlist is updated with 13 new tracks on the 13th of each month.



Los York's - Justo a Mi Gusto 
A fun opener for June’s playlist with this wild 1960’s Peruvian Psychedelic gem. 

William Sheller - Existissimo 
This guitar-driven psych nugget is taken from the soundtrack to Gérard Pires' 1969 French-Italian drama “Erotissimo.”

Bruce Haak - Program Me 
From his 1970 electronic acid rock masterpiece “The Electric Lucifer.” It is rightly considered one of the masterworks of 20th century electronic music. 

Popol Vuh - Oh Wie Nah Ist Der Weg Hinab
Dark majestic psychedelic sounds from Germany that showcases Florian Fricke’s incredible guitar work. Popol Vuh are always at the top of my record pile.

The Lyrics - They Can't Hurt Me
A raw and tough 60’s garage tune that could challenge The Rolling Stones.

The Zombies - Beechwood Park
A blissful summer track from their masterpiece “Odessey and Oracle” circa 1968. 

Francoise Hardy - Le Temps De L’amour
Tribute to the wonderful Francoise Hardy. She is immortalized in her music.    

A Passing Fancy - People In Me 
A great cover of Music Machine’s “People In Me” circa 1967.

Norma Tanega - You're Dead 
High quality folk from 1966 which was written as a sarcastic statement about her struggles in New York's competitive music scene. 

Patrick Crowley - Nightcrawler
Excellent DIY dark electronic sounds. I was lucky to spend some time traveling with Vacant Lots awhile ago and they showed me Patrick Crowley. 

Captain Beefheart - Dropout Boogie
Fuzzed out acid blues from their debut album “Safe As Milk.” It remains one of the great albums from the late 60’s.

Gert Wilden - Title Theme
German sexploitation soundtrack music from the 1960s as scored by sound-specialist Gert Wilden & Orchestra. 

The Voice - Train to Disaster
Heavy British psychedelic music featuring a young Mick Ronson circa 1966.

Until next time, thanks for listening!


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