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Track Listing:
Side A:
1. Tobacco Road
2. Sometimes I Think About
3. (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet
4. Gotta Get Away
5. Pipe Dream
6. There's A Chance We Can Make It
7. One By One
8. Dante's Inferno

Side B:
1. I Wanna Be There
2. Summer Is The Man
3. There She Goes
4. Life Is Just A Cher O'Bowlies
5. Jingle Bells
6. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
7. I Can Hear The Grass Grow
8. Yellow Rose

Blues Magoos

LP | $24.98

LP 5478

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Hailing from NYC, The Blues Magoos took the folk/blues soundtrack of their mid-sixties Greenwich Village contemporaries and forged it into a tough, garage/psych hybrid that attracted fans as quickly as it angered folk club owners, incensed by the band’s volume and unhinged stage show! Signed by Mercury Records in 1966, their inaugural single for the label, a reading of John D. Loudermilk’s “Tobacco Road,” was a churning 4 1/2 minute(!) plunge into crazed guitar/organ/drum/bass pyrotechnics with vocals careening over the top. The release hailed the arrival of a new and wholly unique voice on the rock scene.

It was also a signpost for a new genre. One of the first albums to use “psychedelic” in the title, it arrived right on time for a generation ready to expand their consciousness with the aid of their turntables. The album’s next single, band-penned “(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet,” featured one of the all-time great riffs, an insistent bass run over which keyboards swirled and unison vocals chanted. An absolute smash, “(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet” zoomed to #5 on the national pop charts and made the band an exotic household name.

In total, The Blues Magoos released three amazing albums and eight incredible singles on Mercury. Longtime fans, Sundazed has now gathered all sixteen A- and B-sides together on The Blues Magoos: Mercury Singles (1966-1968). Featuring the accurate, original mono single mixes from the Mercury masters, these songs have NEVER sounded better!

Also available on compact disc!



Click HERE for more info on The Mercury Singles 1966-1968 - LP




Track Listing:
1. Tobacco Road
2. Sometimes I Think About
3. (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet
4. Gotta Get Away
5. Pipe Dream
6. There's A Chance We Can Make It
7. One By One
8. Dante's Inferno
9. I Wanna Be There
10. Summer Is The Man
11. There She Goes
12. Life Is Just A Cher O'Bowlies
13. Jingle Bells
14. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
15. I Can Hear The Grass Grow
16. Yellow Rose

Blues Magoos

compact disc | $12.98

SC 6328

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Hailing from NYC, The Blues Magoos took the folk/blues soundtrack of their mid-sixties Greenwich Village contemporaries and forged it into a tough, garage/psych hybrid that attracted fans as quickly as it angered folk club owners, incensed by the band’s volume and unhinged stage show! Signed by Mercury Records in 1966, their inaugural single for the label, a reading of John D. Loudermilk’s “Tobacco Road,” was a churning 4 1/2 minute(!) plunge into crazed guitar/organ/drum/bass pyrotechnics with vocals careening over the top. The release hailed the arrival of a new and wholly unique voice on the rock scene.

It was also a signpost for a new genre. One of the first albums to use “psychedelic” in the title, it arrived right on time for a generation ready to expand their consciousness with the aid of their turntables. The album’s next single, band-penned “(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet,” featured one of the all-time great riffs, an insistent bass run over which keyboards swirled and unison vocals chanted. An absolute smash, “(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet” zoomed to #5 on the national pop charts and made the band an exotic household name.

In total, The Blues Magoos released three amazing albums and eight incredible singles on Mercury. Longtime fans, Sundazed has now gathered all sixteen A- and B-sides together on The Blues Magoos: Mercury Singles (1966-1968). Featuring the accurate, original mono single mixes from the Mercury masters, these songs have NEVER sounded better!

Also available on LP!





Click HERE for more info on The Mercury Singles 1966-1968 - CD




Track Listing:
1. You Better Move
2. It's You I'll Miss

The Tropics

7" single | $9.98

S 321

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Tampa, Florida legends the Tropics released a stack of great records in the sixties. But none of those singles is more coveted by garage collectors than their ’66 masterpiece, “You Better Move;” a tambourine-bashing, harmonica-wailin,' epic screamer. With its super-threatening lyrics, delivered in a pathologically aggravated state by Tropics lead vocalist Mel Dryer, this record serves as a master class in anger mismanagement. “You Better Move," incidentally, was co-penned by guitarist Buddy Pendergrass and a former Tropic, Dave Burke (who soon appeared on two Standells albums on Tower). B-side “It’s You I’ll Miss” finds the versatile Tropics in a Byrds bag; with a jangly, expertly-sung original. This Sundazed single places the Tropics at the top of the list of ’66 garage bands, from Florida or any corner of the US of A.

On translucent red vinyl!!



Click HERE for more info on You Better Move / It's You I'll Miss - 7" Single