Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by BeatleStair, Oct 6, 2013.
Spikedrivers- Strange Mysterious Sounds.This was a regional hit from a Detroit area Psychedelic band ala Jefferson Airplane.Demands to be heard by those interested in 60s rock&Psychedelic genre.(1967)
A Christmas song from Brenda Lee - The Angel & The Little Blue Bell
Wish these collected talents made more music than their sole 1969 album.
I don't know how obscure this is...or even if it is obscure...but I've never heard it outside of my own collection
Karen Dalton "Little Bit Of Rain"
"Wild Thing, my name is Cathy".... worth the price of admission just for that line. Buddy Rich's daughter, no less....
Another cover from Cathy Rich - Paper Tiger
Vanilla Fudge's cover of "You Keep Me Hangin' On".
sigh. "Butterfly High" The Paper Fortress (1968). This and the flip, "Sleepy Hollow People" (I posted pages back) are long time favorites of mine.
Also good is the flip side (actually the A-side of the 45) of this Baytovens single, "Such a Fool":
Outlaw Blues Band
(as sampled by Cypress Hill among others)
I couldn't find this posted here: It's "Big Town Boy" by Shirley Matthews & the Big Town Girls, from 1963:
I also couldn't find this one on the forum: From 1966, it's Yvonne Baker with "You Didn't Say a Word":
not sure if obscure: roberta flack - the first time ever i saw your face
From 1968, it's Chicago quintet The Mauds with "Forever Gone", a driving rock tune reminiscent of early Chicago (then Chicago Transit Authority), with whom they even recorded with (on a different session):
From 1970, it's Shocking Blue with a strong folk-rock number, "Never Marry a Railroad Man":
(Shocking Blue had a big hit in the late 60s with "Venus".)
One of the greatest Canadian songs of all time! Bob Crewe produced and did his usual superlative job.
How about some accordeon psych from 1968. "Henbanes Sacrifice" from Swedish band Jackpots...very odd with beautiful vocals.
Get ready for a French phaser freakout with Les Goths!
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