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TRACK LISTING:
1. Need A Little Lovin'
2. Take Me Back And Hold Me

Foggy Notions

7" (vinyl) | $9.98

DJ 501

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Limited Edition DJ Series 4-Pack!

Welcome to the Sundazed DJ Series: incredible, dance-floor-worthy 7" singles, filled with amazing surf sounds, obscenely rare garage, incredible soul blasts, and other worthy genres without limit! We'll bring back long-lost gems, AND the singles you always wished existed, scouring the vaults for rarities and unissued cuts, from the original masters, and each with cool label reproductions whenever possible. They're licensed from the repertoire owners, making this the first 100% legit line of 45 RPM repros and rarities available! And, true to its name, this series is perfect for cutting edge DJ's looking to spin frenzied floor-fillers without having to transport valuable original pressings to the club. For those about to rock, roll, jerk, stomp, mash, frug and swim, we salute you!

An indescribably-great, Chicago 60’s garage floor-filler!!! “Take Me Back and Hold Me” is a beyond-frantic rocker supercharged with wild guitar and wailing harmonica, while “Need a Little Lovin’” is a perfectly-moody folk-rocker drenched with electric 6 and 12-string guitars. Nearly impossible to find as an original, Sundazed is proud to offer this 45 as part of its DJ Series. A note-perfect reissue, sourced from the original U.S.A. Records mono masters— you’ll have the dance floor packed by the first chorus!!



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TRACK LISTING:
1. Sweetgina
2. Speak Of The Devil

Things to Come

7" (vinyl) | $9.98

DJ 502

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Limited Edition DJ Series 4-Pack!

Welcome to the Sundazed DJ Series: incredible, dance-floor-worthy 7" singles, filled with amazing surf sounds, obscenely rare garage, incredible soul blasts, and other worthy genres without limit! We'll bring back long-lost gems, AND the singles you always wished existed, scouring the vaults for rarities and unissued cuts, from the original masters, and each with cool label reproductions whenever possible. They're licensed from the repertoire owners, making this the first 100% legit line of 45 RPM repros and rarities available! And, true to its name, this series is perfect for cutting edge DJ's looking to spin frenzied floor-fillers without having to transport valuable original pressings to the club. For those about to rock, roll, jerk, stomp, mash, frug and swim, we salute you!

Yessir - the holy grail!!!! We proudly present the most astounding Stones/Them influenced garage/dark psych 45 ever!!! Here’s the impossibly rare 45 of "Sweetgina" b/w "Speak Of The Devil” - the great lost, 60’s West Coast masterpiece. From the original 1965 mono single master, it’s most deadly ‘60s garage cut ever to hit a Sundazed release. This needs to be in everyone’s box, everywhere!!!



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TRACK LISTING:
1. Crystalize Your Mind
2. Now It's Over

Living Children

7" (vinyl) | $9.98

DJ 503

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Limited Edition DJ Series 4-Pack!

Welcome to the Sundazed DJ Series: incredible, dance-floor-worthy 7" singles, filled with amazing surf sounds, obscenely rare garage, incredible soul blasts, and other worthy genres without limit! We'll bring back long-lost gems, AND the singles you always wished existed, scouring the vaults for rarities and unissued cuts, from the original masters, and each with cool label reproductions whenever possible. They're licensed from the repertoire owners, making this the first 100% legit line of 45 RPM repros and rarities available! And, true to its name, this series is perfect for cutting edge DJ's looking to spin frenzied floor-fillers without having to transport valuable original pressings to the club. For those about to rock, roll, jerk, stomp, mash, frug and swim, we salute you!

One year after 1967’s “Summer of Love,” Living Children entered Golden State Recorders in San Francisco and recorded the magnificent A and B-sides of their only single. “Crystalize Your Mind” features a hypnotic guitar riff and perfectly-snotty vocal; think the Chocolate Watchband meet the Doors at acid-central.“Now It’s Over” is a melancholy, Byrds-like take – the song’s haunting atmosphere will stay with you long after the needle has left the grooves. Sourced from the original Golden State masters, here is your chance to own an incredible, most-elusive 45!



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TRACK LISTING:
1. I'm A Man
2. Don't Want To Cry

The Buckinghams

7" (vinyl) | $9.98

DJ 504

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Limited Edition DJ Series 4-Pack!

Welcome to the Sundazed DJ Series: incredible, dance-floor-worthy 7" singles, filled with amazing surf sounds, obscenely rare garage, incredible soul blasts, and other worthy genres without limit! We'll bring back long-lost gems, AND the singles you always wished existed, scouring the vaults for rarities and unissued cuts, from the original masters, and each with cool label reproductions whenever possible. They're licensed from the repertoire owners, making this the first 100% legit line of 45 RPM repros and rarities available! And, true to its name, this series is perfect for cutting edge DJ's looking to spin frenzied floor-fillers without having to transport valuable original pressings to the club. For those about to rock, roll, jerk, stomp, mash, frug and swim, we salute you!

A most legendary lost recording – the single that never was!!! Here’s the Buckinghams’ extreme-fuzz-fest take on Bo Diddley’s “I’m a Man” – a track found only on a mere handful of first pressings of the band’s initial longplayer. It is beyond INSANE! We’ve paired it with the ultra-rare single version of “Don’t Want to Cry,” which features the wild, extended, full-on guitar break. Breathtaking stuff, for sure! Sourced from the original analog U.S.A. Records masters, this 45 is the missing piece of any serious garage collector’s library. Grab your copy NOW and turn it WAY up!



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TRACK LISTING:
1. I Can't Help It
2. You Win Again
3. Hey Good Lookin'
4. I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You
5. Next In Line
6. Straight A's In
7. Folsom Prison Blues Love
8. Give My Love To Rose
9. I Walk The Line
10. I Love You Because
11. Come In Stranger
12. Mean Eyed Cat

Johnny Cash

LP | $24.98

LP 5239

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Will ship out on or before the street date of February 26.


From the minute he walked into Sun Studios, Johnny Cash began a career that would see him become one of the biggest and most influential musicians of our time. Though only on Sun from 1955-58, Johnny made some of his most legendary recordings there. When he moved on to Columbia Records, Johnny left behind a large cache of material which Sun happily compiled and released on LPs throughout the 60’s, mixing Cash’s singles-sides with previously unissued recordings. The resulting platters were a goldmine for fans eager to hear more from country’s newest superstar. From the original Sun masters, featuring many raw, in-the-studio sides (sans overdubs) - the Man in Black has never sounded better!

Released June 15, 1960, Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams is not quite an accurate title. Only four of the album’s twelve tracks are Hank Williams’ songs with all but one of the remaining tracks composed by Cash. Whatever the title, this is a fantastic collection of early tracks from Sun, including “Straight A’s in Love,” “I Walk the Line” and “Folsom Prison Blues.” Also included is the lean rocker “Mean Eyed Cat,” featuring hot rockabilly licks from Luther Perkins. A thrilling platter from start to finish!



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TRACK LISTING:
1. Sugartime
2. Down The Street To 301
3. Life Goes On
4. Port Of The Lonely Hearts
5. Cry Cry Cry
6. My Treasure
7. Oh Lonesome Me
8. So Doggone Lonesome
9. You're The Nearest Thing To Heaven
10. Story Of A Broken Heart
11. Hey Porter
12. Home Of The Blues

Johnny Cash

LP | $24.98

LP 5240

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Now available for preorder!
Will ship out on or before the street date of February 26.


From the minute he walked into Sun Studios, Johnny Cash began a career that would see him become one of the biggest and most influential musicians of our time. Though only on Sun from 1955-58, Johnny made some of his most legendary recordings there. When he moved on to Columbia Records, Johnny left behind a large cache of material which Sun happily compiled and released on LPs throughout the 60’s, mixing Cash’s singles-sides with previously unissued recordings. The resulting platters were a goldmine for fans eager to hear more from country’s newest superstar. From the original Sun masters, featuring many raw, in-the-studio sides (sans overdubs) - the Man in Black has never sounded better!

For what would be his 10th album release, Sun continued to mine its deep reservoir of Cash recordings for Now Here’s Johnny Cash. Inaugural single “Hey Porter” makes its first LP appearance and signals a recurring theme for Cash’s songs, trains and the American railroad system. It also contains a cover of Don Gibson’s “Oh Lonesome Me,” which hit #13 on the Country Singles Chart and #93 on the Pop Singles Chart. Though well into his Columbia career at this point, Sam Phillips and Sun continued to be a major part of Cash’s success.



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TRACK LISTING:
1. Crystal Shingles
2. Animal
3. Wind 'n Sea
4. Crumple Car
5. Tobies Oats
6. Zan Ho Say
7. Snake Charmer
8. The Eater
9. The Cruzer
10. Ground Shuffle
11. Inner Space
12. Outeriff
13. Coming Of The Dawn

Innermost Limits Of Pure Fun

LP | $24.98

LP 5519

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Will ship out on or before the street date of February 26.


Innermost Limits of Pure Fun, with its whimsical, philosophical “California” title, was a groundbreaking project in the history of sports footage. Filmmaker George Greenough was unencumbered by any commercial reasons for designing boards, boats, or in his wave riding technique, a true SOUL SURFER if there ever was one. With the means, and ideas, to use underwater camera gear that had not been previously used – and still rarely used to such great effect – Greenough’s two late ’60s cinematic efforts were the maximum effect, in the effort of communicating the feel of surfing to the viewer. Some of the non-surfers overwhelmed by the beauty of his work within Innermost came to George and offered their help for the follow-up, to be titled Echoes. These ho-dads from England were better known to the world as Pink Floyd.

In choosing who to soundtrack his debut masterpiece, Greenough went with the most dynamic band to record during the surf instrumental era of the early ’60s, Capitol Records 45 r.p.m. artists The Dragons, who released “Troll” in 1964. The single was actually an excerpt from a soundtrack recorded for the early Dale Davis film, Strictly Hot. What set it apart from the reverbed surf crunchers of the early ’60s was its beyond “Pipeline” instrumentation. Keyboard riffs meshed fluidly with bass harmonica, sophisticated percussion, snap drums, and a fuzzy guitar ripping through bass lines so thick you would swear there was an orchestra behind them. That made sense, since the father of some Dragons was leader of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Carmen Dragon.

By 1969, The Dragons had progressed within a world ready for jazz improvisation in rock. Some of them had toured with the “Good Vibrations” era Beach Boys. It was with great intuition that George Greenough chose The Dragons for this soundtrack to Innermost Limits of Pure Fun; for they had been itching to do a project where they could really let themselves GO. And there, you get it, within the package before you. What you’re dealing with are surf instrumental musicians on a par unmatched, a few years after the trend, getting a chance to really dig in, in order to be involved at the level of media George Greenough was shaping.

This Deluxe Sundazed package available on colored vinyl and compact disc includes a four-page insert featuring rare photos plus liner notes by Denny Aaberg, of the legendary Malibu Aaberg guitarist/surfer family, and Dennis Dragon, drummer of The Dragons, and without question the most prolific maker of surf movie soundtracks during its golden era of the ’60s and ’70s.



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TRACK LISTING:
1. Crystal Shingles
2. Animal
3. Wind 'n Sea
4. Crumple Car
5. Tobies Oats
6. Zan Ho Say
7. Snake Charmer
8. The Eater
9. The Cruzer
10. Ground Shuffle
11. Inner Space
12. Outeriff
13. Coming Of The Dawn

Innermost Limits Of Pure Fun

compact disc | $14.98

SC 6331

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Now available for preorder!
Will ship out on or before the street date of February 26.


Innermost Limits of Pure Fun, with its whimsical, philosophical “California” title, was a groundbreaking project in the history of sports footage. Filmmaker George Greenough was unencumbered by any commercial reasons for designing boards, boats, or in his wave riding technique, a true SOUL SURFER if there ever was one. With the means, and ideas, to use underwater camera gear that had not been previously used – and still rarely used to such great effect – Greenough’s two late ’60s cinematic efforts were the maximum effect, in the effort of communicating the feel of surfing to the viewer. Some of the non-surfers overwhelmed by the beauty of his work within Innermost came to George and offered their help for the follow-up, to be titled Echoes. These ho-dads from England were better known to the world as Pink Floyd.

In choosing who to soundtrack his debut masterpiece, Greenough went with the most dynamic band to record during the surf instrumental era of the early ’60s, Capitol Records 45 r.p.m. artists The Dragons, who released “Troll” in 1964. The single was actually an excerpt from a soundtrack recorded for the early Dale Davis film, Strictly Hot. What set it apart from the reverbed surf crunchers of the early ’60s was its beyond “Pipeline” instrumentation. Keyboard riffs meshed fluidly with bass harmonica, sophisticated percussion, snap drums, and a fuzzy guitar ripping through bass lines so thick you would swear there was an orchestra behind them. That made sense, since the father of some Dragons was leader of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Carmen Dragon.

By 1969, The Dragons had progressed within a world ready for jazz improvisation in rock. Some of them had toured with the “Good Vibrations” era Beach Boys. It was with great intuition that George Greenough chose The Dragons for this soundtrack to Innermost Limits of Pure Fun; for they had been itching to do a project where they could really let themselves GO. And there, you get it, within the package before you. What you’re dealing with are surf instrumental musicians on a par unmatched, a few years after the trend, getting a chance to really dig in, in order to be involved at the level of media George Greenough was shaping.

This Deluxe Sundazed package available on colored vinyl and compact disc includes a four-page insert featuring rare photos plus liner notes by Denny Aaberg, of the legendary Malibu Aaberg guitarist/surfer family, and Dennis Dragon, drummer of The Dragons, and without question the most prolific maker of surf movie soundtracks during its golden era of the ’60s and ’70s.



Click HERE for more info on Innermost Limits of Pure Fun - CD