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The psychedelic rock thread

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout' started by VanityHalfBlack, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. VanityHalfBlack

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    I wanted to create a thread about this particular genre of music.. Been listening to this boxed set, NUGGETS- Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968 and it's loaded with hidden gems from that era... It's long out of print and it comes in 4 disc with a very groovy booklet along with it...

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    DISC 1: VOL. 1: THE ORIGINAL NUGGETS:
    1. I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night - The Electric Prunes
    2. Dirty Water - The Standells
    3. Night Time - The Strangeloves
    4. Lies - The Knickerbockers
    5. Respect - The Vagrants
    6. Public Execution, A - Mouse & the Traps
    7. No Time Like the Right Time - The Blues Project
    8. Oh Yeah - Shadows of Knight
    9. Pushin' Too Hard - The Seeds
    10. Moulty - The Barbarians
    11. Don't Look Back - The Remains
    12. Invitation to Cry, An - The Magicians
    13. Liar, Liar - The Castaways
    14. You're Gonna Miss Me - The 13th Floor Elevators
    15. Psychotic Reaction - The Count Five
    16. Hey Joe - The Leaves
    17. Romeo & Juliet - Michael & the Messengers
    18. Sugar and Spice - The Cryan' Shames
    19. Baby Please Don't Go - The Amboy Dukes
    20. Tobacco Road - Blues Magoos
    21. Let's Talk About Girls - The Chocolate Watchband
    22. Sit Down, I Think I Love You - The Mojo Men
    23. Run, Run, Run - Third Rail
    24. My World Fell Down - Sagittarius
    25. Open My Eyes - The Nazz
    26. Farmer John - The Premiers
    27. It's-a-Happening - Magic Mushrooms

    DISC 2: VOL. 2:
    1. Talk Talk - The Music Machine
    2. Last Time Around - The Del-Vetts
    3. Nobody But Me - The Human Beinz
    4. Journey to Tyme - Kenny & the Kasuals
    5. No Friend of Mine - The Sparkles
    6. Outside Chance - The Turtles
    7. Action Woman - The Litter
    8. Spazz - The Elastik Band
    9. Sweet Young Thing - The Chocolate Watchband
    10. Incense and Peppermints - Strawberry Alarm Clock
    11. I Ain't No Miracle Worker - The Brogues
    12. 7 and 7 Is - Love
    13. Time Won't Let Me - The Outsiders
    14. Going All the Way - The Squires
    15. I'm Gonna Make You Mine - Shadows of Knight
    16. Trip, The - Kim Fowley
    17. Can't Seem to Make You Mine - The Seeds
    18. Why Do I Cry - The Remains
    19. Laugh, Laugh - The Beau Brummels
    20. Little Black Egg, The - The Nightcrawlers
    21. I Wonder - The Gants
    22. I See the Light - The Five Americans
    23. Who Do You Love - Woolies
    24. Double Shot (Of My Baby's Love) - The Swingin' Medallions
    25. Live - The Merry-Go-Round
    26. Steppin' Out - Paul Revere & the Raiders
    27. Diddy Wah Diddy - Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band
    28. Strychnine - The Sonics
    29. Little Girl - The Syndicate of Sound
    30. Nothin' Yet, (We Ain't Got) - Blues Magoos
    31. Shape of Things to Come - Max Frost & The Troopers (from "Wild In The Streets")

    DISC 3: VOL. 3:
    1. Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) - Hombres
    2. Fight Fire - The Golliwogs
    3. At the River's Edge - New Colony Six
    4. Jack of Diamonds - The Daily Flash
    5. Follow Me - Lyme & Cybelle
    6. It's Cold Outside - The Choir
    7. Beg, Borrow and Steal - Rare Breed
    8. She's About a Mover - The Sir Douglas Quintet
    9. Little Bit O'Soul - Music Explosion
    10. Put the Clock Back on the Wall - The E-Types
    11. Falling Sugar - The Palace Guard
    12. Run, Run, Run - The Gestures
    13. I Need You - The Rationals
    14. Knock, Knock - The Humane Society
    15. Primitive - Groupies
    16. Psycho - The Sonics
    17. So What!! - The Lyrics
    18. You Must Be a Witch - The Lollipop Shoppe
    19. Question of Temperature, A - The Balloon Farm
    20. Maid of Sugar-Maid of Spice - Mouse & the Traps
    21. You Ain't Tuff - The Uniques
    22. Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White - The Standells
    23. She's My Baby - The Mojo Men
    24. Story of My Life - Unrelated Segments
    25. I'm Five Years Ahead of My Time - The Third Bardo
    26. Mirror of Your Mind - We the People
    27. Bad Little Woman - Shadows of Knight
    28. Double Yellow Line - The Music Machine
    29. Optical Sound - The Human Expression
    30. Journey to the Center of the Mind - The Amboy Dukes

    DISC 4: VOL. 4:
    1. Are You Gonna Be There (At the Love-in) - The Chocolate Watchband
    2. Too Many People - The Leaves
    3. Her Big Man, (Would I Still Be) - The Brigands
    4. Are You a Boy or Are You a Girl - The Barbarians
    5. Wooly Bully - Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
    6. I Want Candy - The Strangeloves
    7. Louie Louie - The Kingsmen
    8. One Track Mind - The Knickerbockers
    9. Out of Our Tree - The Wailers
    10. I Think I'm Down - The Harbinger Complex
    11. What Am I Going to Do - The Dovers
    12. Codine - The Charlatans
    13. Johnny Was a Good Boy - The Mystery Trend
    14. Stop-Get a Ticket - The Clefs of Lavender Hill
    15. Complication - The Monks
    16. Witch, The - The Sonics
    17. Get Me to the World on Time - The Electric Prunes
    18. Mr. Pharmacist - The Other Half
    19. Open up Your Door - Richard & the Young Lions
    20. Just Like Me - Paul Revere & the Raiders
    21. You Burn Me up and Down - We the People
    22. I Live in the Springtime - The Lemon Drops
    23. Mindrocker - Fenwyck
    24. Hold Me Now - The Rumors
    25. Love's Gone Bad - The Underdogs
    26. Why Pick on Me - The Standells
    27. Bad Girl - Zakary Thaks
    28. Blackout of Gretely - The Gonn
    29. Voices Green and Purple - Bees
    30. Blues' Theme - The Arrows (from "Wild Angels")

    Album Notes:

    If under 30 and you're looking to get into this kind of music check out Jimi at monterey pop festival for starters..

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  2. RocketRaccoon

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    GREAT set!

    I'm having fun finding the youtube of certain songs from the list (and some just because of the cool name). I've yet to not find one...and most are under the Nuggets label.

    Love the genre...top 5 for me.
     
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  4. Ras137

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    I have Nuggets and its an interesting listen even though I consider it as much garage rock as psychedelic rock it bills itself as. Also of interest is the some of the groups had future stars in them.

    Nazz's lead guitarist is Todd Rundgren.

    Amboy Dukes guitarist is everybody's favorite rock conservative/crazy Ted Nugent.

    And the Golliwogs and their awful song "Fight Fire" became (with no personnel changes) the great Creedence Clearwater Revival.

    There are a lot of songs I like but my two favorite are probably the Dylan-like numbers "A Public Execution" (which totally rips off "Like a Rolling Stone") and Syndicate of Sound's "Little Girl", which doesn't sound like any particular Dylan song but the sneering vocal delivery is classic Bob.

    The Leaves version of Hey Joe is good, but pales in comparison to the now more famous Jimi Hendrix version. Although at the time the Leaves version charted at 31 while Hendrix's version didn't chart at all.

    Anyway good stuff.
     
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  6. Dubious

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    This is what I listened to as a teen, in my paisley shirts and bell bottom pants; with $10 ditch weed.

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  7. Rashmon

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    One of my favorite genres...

    Anthem of the Sun - Grateful Dead
    Aoxomoxoa - Grateful Dead
    Surrealistic Pillow - Jefferson Airplane
    After Bathing at Baxters - Jefferson Airplane
    Freak Out - Mothers of Invention
    Piper at the Gates of Dawn - Pink Floyd
    Meddle - Pink Floyd
    Spirit - Spirit
    Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus - Spirit
    Electric Ladyland - Jimi Hendrix
    Mass in F Minor - Electric Prunes

    edit, almost forgot Moby Grape
     
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    The Sir Douglas Quintet is from Texas...

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    I always had a weak spot for Paul Revere and the Raiders. This is an awesome video on so many levels...

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    Another good song from the list along with Ginger and Mary Anne...

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  10. ReverseBjorn

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    thank you for posting this. Great stuff
     
  11. kidcave9

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    I can't listen to this type of music while driving; doesn't sound right. To truly enjoy it I have to be listening to it at home:eek:

    bon scott:cool:

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    A great band, formed out of the ashes of Iron Butterfly (who I saw in concert), Deep Purple (ditto) and Johnny Winter's band (likewise ditto). I saw them at the Houston Music Hall on Saturday Oct 21, 1972. They were second billed behind Trapeze. I saw damned near everyone back then.

    Great thread!

    I probably forgot some, but here's some groups from that LP that I saw in concert.

    The Electric Prunes
    The Standells
    The Blues Project
    The Seeds
    The Castaways
    The 13th Floor Elevators
    The Count Five
    The Amboy Dukes
    Blues Magoos
    The Nazz
    The Music Machine
    The Turtles
    Strawberry Alarm Clock
    The Outsiders
    The Seeds
    Paul Revere & the Raiders
    Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band
    The Sir Douglas Quintet
    Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
     
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  14. SWTsig

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    As huge of a dead fan as I am I must admit I'm not all that familiar w a lot of the genre... That said I consider the dead the greatest American rock band in history. I'll def Check this out.
     
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    +1 for Tame Impala
     
  16. VanityHalfBlack

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    Thanks to everyone for contributing to this thread/ you kids out there, this is your Grandfathers music you're listening to, pay attention to this!!!!
     
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    recently on the spotify playlist/ I'm diggin this one psychedelic or not...

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  18. VanityHalfBlack

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    Not the 60s but it could fit in this section.

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    Easily one of my favorite bands of the past 5 years or so... Def some psychedelia in their material but make no mistake their live shows are the epitome of garage rock, almost punk. Their show at the Bowery ballroom in NYC a couple years ago was as fun of a show as I've ever been to.
     
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    Man, always wanted to see them live, heard they do some crazy ****, the thing is I'm the kind of person who doesn't really participate much when it comes to live shows, yep wallflower over here:(
     

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