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Thomas & Richard Frost were a talented duo who were involved in some of the most intriguing late 1960s rock groups coming out of California. I first heard them play in one of the best American mod-influenced groups called Powder in the mid-60s. After Powder fizzled and a short stint in Sonny & Cher's touring band, Thomas & Richard Frost tried their hand at the soft rock sound, inspired by how folk rock heroes like Donovan had gone twee pop.

01 - Prelude, She's Got Love
02 - Where Did Yesterday Go
03 - December Rain. April Laughter
04 - Woodstock
05 - Gotta Find A New Place To Stay
06 - With Me My Love
07 - Where Are We
08 - Come Clap Your Hands
09 - The City
10 - The Word Is Love
11 - On Our Way Home
12 - If I Can't Be Your Lover
13 - Hello Stranger
14 - Fairy Tale Affair
15 - Open Up Your Heart
16 - Everyday Judy

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Breathtaking vocal harmonies and subtle flourishes of pop-psychedelia make the Groop's only album a perfect snapshot of the late-'60s Los Angeles scene. With direct ties to Sergio Mendes & Brasil'66, as well as cult faves the Millennium and Sagittarius, the Groop's baroque folk-rock appeared in the soundtrack to 1969 Oscar-winning film Midnight Cowboy (Psychedeliclion).

01 - A Famous Myth
02 - I Try To Think Of You When I Can
03 - The Continental
04 - Blustery Day
05 - Goin' Back
06 - Time Fire
07 - The Jet Song (When The Weekend's Over)
08 - Nobody At All
09 - Haunted Places
10 - I Just Don't Know How To Say Goodbye
11 - Wonder Why
12 - Dianny, Help Me Now
13 - Tears And Joys
14 - Don't Leave Me

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The Fun And Games evolved out a Houston, Texas group, the Six Pents. Several members -- Rock Romano, Mike Cemo, Paul Guillet, and John T. Bonno -- had played together in a high school band before joining forces with Richard Bain, D.J. Greer, Sam Irwin and Carson Graham. In 1964-1965, they became the house band at Houston's La Maison club, and recorded at Andrus Studios in Houston. After their first single, the Six Pents became The Sixpentz, and signed with Mainstream  Records. The Sixpentz released two singles on Brent, a subsidiary of Mainstream. Eventually, the Sixpentz learned there was already a band called Sixpence, so, to avoid future confusion, they decided another name change was due, and became the Fun And Games Commission. Their first single -- "Someone Must Have Lied" -- was issued under this name before the group finally decided to shorten their name to the Fun And Games.

01 - Sadie
02 - The Grooviest Girl In The Worl
03 - Close To Carmel
04 - Topanga Canyon Road
05 - Tuesday , Tuesday
06 - Gotta Say Goodbye
07 - Dont Worry Baby
08 - Elephant Candy
09 - Something I Wrote
10 - The Way She Smiles
11 - It Must Have Been The Wind

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Sagittarius was a late-60s studio group devised by producer and songwriter Gary Usher. The project was conceived purely as a studio group, and California pals like Glen Campbell and Beach Boy Bruce Johnston were brought in to work on "Present Tense". The result is a marriage of pure pop, psychedelia and experimentalism. When there was pressure from Columbia for the group to tour, it was revealed that a group didn't exist.

01 - Another Time
02 - Song To The Magic Frog
03 - You Know I've Found A Way
04 - The Keeper Of The Games
05 - Glass
06 - Would You Like To Go
07 - My World Fell Down
08 - Hotel Indiscreet
09 - I'm Not Living Here
10 - Musty Dusty
11 - The Truth Is Not Real
12 - Artificial Light (Of All The Living Lies)
13 - Get The Message
14 - Mass #586
15 - Love's Fatal Way
16 - My World Fell Down (Single Version)
17 - Hotel Indiscreet (Single Version)
18 - Lonely Girl
19 - The Keeper Of The Games (Demo)
20 - Sister Marie (Instrumental)

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The Wilde Flowers were a popular music group based in the vicinity of Canterbury, England. The group was active between 1964 and 1967 but never released any records during its existence; however it led to the formation of two other groups that became well-known and influential: Soft Machine and Caravan. Band members included, at various times, Hugh Hopper (bass), Robert Wyatt (drums, vocals), Kevin Ayers (vocals), Graham Flight (vocals), Richard Sinclair (rhythm guitar, vocals), Pye Hastings (guitar, vocals), David Sinclair (keyboards) and Richard Coughlan (drums) and Brian Hopper (lead guitar, alto saxophone, vocals).This is an album, issued in 1994, of previously unreleased recordings 64/67.

01 - Impotence
02 - Those Words They Say
03 - Memories
04 - Don't Try To Change Me
05 - Parchman Farm
06 - Almost Grown
07 - She's Gone
08 - Slow Talkin' Talk
09 - He's Bad For You
10 - It's What I Feel (A Certain Kind)
11 - Memories
12 - Never Leave Me
13 - Time After Time
14 - Just Where I Want
15 - No Game When You Lose
16 - Impotence
17 - Why Do You Care
18 - The Pieman Cometh
19 - Summer Spirit
20 - She Loves To Hurt
21 - The Big Show
22 - Memories

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