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Green Lyte Sunday was a Dayton, Ohio, pop band who took a shot at the big time, signing an album deal with RCA Victor in 1969. The resulting self-titled long-player reveals a very talented group of musicians with a distinct ability at blending pop and jazz influences. But when it didn't become a hit, though the lone single from the album did hit Billboard's easy listening radio charts, they didn't get a second chance. Despite that fact, they apparently remained active in their local scene in various forms far into the '70s.

01 - Happy Happy
02 - If You Want To Be Free
03 - Emmie
04 - Glen Helen
05 - Woman's Blues
06 - Lenore
07 - Chelsea Morning
08 - High Up In The Sky
09 - What Makes Him Happy
10 - My Own Time

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Hard rock band from Poughkeepsie,New York, influenced by Grand Funk Railroad, Mountain, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin. Geno Charles (drums), Larry LaFalce (lead guitar, vocals), Dino Paolillo (lead guitar, vocals), Frankie Previte (vocals, recorder, percussion), Ron Piccolo (organ, piano, vocals), Lenny Venditti (bass)

01 - Run Don´t Stop
02 - Mother´s Favourite Lover (Marg
03 - Uncle Dugie´s Fun Bus Ride
04 - A Time Like Ours
05 - Miss Casey
06 - Pot Of Gold
07 - Cy
08 - No Cream For The Mad

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Recorded live 03/04/67. The "Cafe A Go Go" was a Greenwich Village night club located in the basement of 152 Bleecker Street, New York, NY. Many rock groups began performing there, the Au Go Go was an oasis for jazz (Bill Evans, Stan Getz), comedy, and folk music. When the Cafe Au Go Go finally locked its doors for good, now-famous Stephen Stills was a featured performer in the gala closing.

01 - It's No Secret
02 - Let's Get Together
03 - White Rabbit
04 - Your Bringing Me Down
05 - My Best Friend
06 - Jorma's Blues
07 - This Is My Life
08 - She Has Funny Cars
09 - Somebody To Love
10 - Tobacco Road
11 - Around The World
12 - Instrumental. Blues
13 - Today
14 - High Flying Bird

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The Brit-psych band included Mick Wayne, Graham Kelly on vocals, Steve Chapman on drums and John (Honk) Lodge on bass. Personnel changes added Tim Renwick (guitar), Rick Wakeman (keyboards) and John Cambridge (drums). Junior's Eyes, briefly served as David Bowie's backing band for live appearances and on an October 1969 BBC Radio session. This is a 2000 reissue of the album with a lot of bonus tracks.

01 - Total War
02 - Circus Days
03 - Imagination
04 - My Ship
05 - Miss Lizzy
06 - So Embarrassed
07 - Freak In
08 - Playtime
09 - I'm Drowning
10 - White Light
11 - By The Tree
12 - Mr. Golden Trumpet Player (Bonus)
13 - Black Snake (Bonus)
14 - Woman Love (Bonus)
15 - Star Child (Bonus)
16 - Sink Or Swim (Bonus)
17 - Circus Days (Single Version - Bonus)
18 - White Light (Demo - Bonus)
19 - By The Tree (Demo - Bonus)
20 - Imagination (Demo - Bonus)
21 - Playtime (Demo - Bonus)
22 - Subway [Smokey Pokey World] (As The Tickle - Bonus)
23 - Good Evening (As The Tickle - Bonus)

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This very rare album was the work of a Rochester, New York band. The LP sleeve notes declare that their music is "hard rock in the style of Grand Funk Railroad and Uriah Heep". Overall the album is nowhere near that heaviness - there's a notable lack of thunderous riffing or screaming solos. Heep influences are more obvious in the soaring Byron-esque vocals on the dramatic ballads but an underlying soulful vibe and keyboard dominance puts them in the class of those NYC and Long Island Italian-American bands influenced by Vanilla Fudge or the Young Rascals, rather than the proto heavy-metal set. On their lighter side, they deliver a fine flowing rendition of the Youngbloods' version of Dino Valente's hippie anthem (Let's) Get Together. The original is supposedly very rare and has been hyped by specialist dealers with asking prices reaching a dizzyingly silly level - one copy seen going for $900 in 2001.(Av.)

01 - Sixteen
02 - Different Face
03 - Where Do We Go From Here
04 - Get Together
05 - My Baby
06 - You Better Find Someone To Love
07 - I'm Gonna Make It
08 - If This World Were Mine
09 - Dreaming Isn't Good For You
10 - Crabby Day
11 - Don't Tell Me How To Love

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The New Vaudeville Band was a group created by songwriter  Geoff Stephens in 1966 to record his novelty  composition "Winchester Cathedral", a song inspired by the dance bands of the 1920s and a Rudy Vallee megaphone  style vocal. To his surprise, the song became a transatlantic hit  that autumn, reaching the Top 10 in the UK and rising to #1 in the U.S. Global sales of the single were over three million. The track also won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Song  in 1967. The lead vocal was sung by John Carter, formerly of The Ivy League, who had sung on the demo of the record, which Stephens decided to keep for the commercial release. An initial long-playing album was also issued in late 1966 by Fontana Records, also titled Winchester Cathedral.

01 - Winchester Cathedral
02 - Diana goodbye
03 - 14 Lovely Women
04 - Green Street Green
05 - That's All For Now Sugar Baby
06 - Shirl
07 - Holiday Inn
08 - Sadie Moonshine
09 - Tap Your Feet
10 - Amy
11 - Peek-A-Boo
12 - Rosie
13 - I Was Lord Kitchener's Valet
14 - Finchley Central

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Amen Corner was a successful British rock group, formed in late 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. The band was named after The Amen Corner, a weekly disc spin at the Victoria Ballroom (later to become The Scene Club) in Cardiff, Wales, where every Sunday night Dr. Rock would play the best soul music from the United States. Initially they specialised in a blues and jazz-orientated style, but were steered by their record labels into more commercial pastures. Their first singles and album appeared on Decca's subsidiary label Deram, but they left at the end of 1968 to join Immediate,where they were instantly rewarded with a No. 1, "(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice" in early 1969, followed by another Top 5 entry with the Roy Wood composition, "Hello Susie". After recording a final studio album, Farewell to the Real Magnificent Seven, with a cover version of The Beatles' "Get Back" released as their swansong, they disbanded at the end of 1969.

01 - Bend Me, Shape Me
02 - Judge Rumpel Crassila
03 - Love Me Tender
04 - Our Love (Is In The Pocket)
05 - Something You Got
06 - I Am An Angel (But I Can't Fly
07 - Expressway To Your Heart
08 - Good Time
09 - Let The Good Times Roll And Feel So Good
10 - Can't Get Used To Losing You
11 - Lost And Found
12 - Gin House Blues
13 - I Don't Wanna Discuss It And Amen

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Elephant's Memory was a New York band, most notable for backing John Lennon and Yoko Ono during 1972 (appearing as the Plastic Ono Elephant's Memory Band) on a pair of albums, and a handful of TV and live appearances.Two of their songs, "Jungle Gym at the Zoo" and "Old Man Willow", appeared earlier in the soundtrack  to the film  Midnight Cowboy. Elephant's Memory received a gold disc for their contribution to the soundtrack. The Elephant's Memory was formed between 1967 and 1968 by Stan Bronstein (sax/clarinet/vocals) and Rick Frank (drums). In 1968 they briefly added Carly Simon as a vocalist. By 1969 the line-up had expanded to include John Ward (bass), Chester Ayers (guitar), Myron Yules (bass/trombone), Richard Sussman (keyboards), Michal Shapiro (vocals), Guy Peritore (guitar/vocals), and David Cohen (guitar/keyboards/vocals). Further additions in 1970 saw Chris Robison (guitar) and Davey 'Crabsticks' Trotter (mellotron) join the band. This is the second selftitled album from 1972, produced by John Lennon & Yoko Ono.

01 - Liberation Special
02 - Baddest Of The Mean
03 - Cryin Blacksheep Blues
04 - Chuckn Bo
05 - Gypsy Wolf
06 - Madness
07 - Life
08 - Wind Ridge
09 - Power Boogie
10 - Local Plastic Ono Band

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The Los Angeles-based Hamilton Streetcar were apparently a studio project built around the talents of ex-Appletree Theater mastermind/vocalist John Boylan, singer/guitarist Buzz Clifford (who'd enjoyed an early '60s hit with "Baby Sittin' Boogie") and Ralph Plummer. The trio somehow attracted the attention of the eccentric Lee Hazlewood who promptly signed them to his newly established LHI label. Debuting with 1968's "Invisible People" b/w "Flash", the group managed one follow-up single "Confusion" b/w "Your Own Comedown", before switching to Dot Records.  The group was originally named on behalf of former member John Burge, aka Ian Hamilton.

01 - Overture
02 - Streetcar
03 - Brother Speed
04 - I See I Am
05 - Where Do I Go
06 - Now I Taste The Tears
07 - Welcome Into Your World
08 - Entre Acte
09 - Wouldnt It Be Nice [To Have Wi
10 - Silver Wings
11 - Honey And Wine
12 - Pleasant Street
13 - Wasnt It You

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Jukin' Bone recorded two albums, "Whiskey Woman" and "Way Down East" that were hailed by Creem magazine as seminal classics of 70's hard rock. While signed to RCA, the band toured with ZZ Top, Freddie King, The Allman Brothers, The Kinks, John Mayall, and Three Dog Night, among others. They disbanded in 1973. Joe Whiting (vocals), Mark Doyle (lead guitar, piano), George Egosarian (rhythm guitar, slide guitar), John DeMaso (bass), Tom Glaister (drums, percussion)

01 - Jungle Fever
02 - Candy Man
03 - Spirit In The Dark
04 - Can't Judge What You Miss
05 - Whiskey Woman
06 - Going Down
07 - The Hunter
08 - Got The Need
09 - Let Loose

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The Rascals (initially known as The Young Rascals) were an American blue-eyed soul group initially active during the years 1965–72. The band released numerous top ten singles in North America during the mid- and late-1960s, including the U.S. #1 hits "Good Lovin'" (1966), "Groovin'" (1967), and "People Got to Be Free" (1968). The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. See was released in December 1969. The album continued a trend towards album-oriented material authored and sung by Felix Cavaliere, begun with the band's Freedom Suite album earlier in the year.

01 See
02 I'd Like To Take You Home
03 Remember Me
04 I'm Blue
05 Stop And Think
06 Temptation's Bout To Get Me
07 Nubia
08 Carry Me Back
09 Away Away
10 Real Thing
11 Death's Reply
12 Hold On

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In 1965, Steve Miller and keyboardist Barry Goldberg founded the Goldberg-Miller Blues Band along with bassist Shawn Yoder, rhythm guitarist Craymore Stevens, and drummer Lance Haas after moving to Chicago to play the blues. The band was contracted to Epic Records after playing many Chicago clubs. They also appeared on Hullabaloo with the Four Tops and the Supremes, and gigged at a Manhattan club. With Miller, the band's only release was the ten-track album Blowing My Mind in 1966. Miller left the group to go to San Francisco where the psychedelic scene was flourishing. He then formed the Steve Miller Blues Band which, when they contracted with Capitol Records in 1967, they shortened their name to the Steve Miller Band. The band, consisting of Miller, guitarist James Cooke, bassist Lonnie Turner, and drummer Tim Davis (who replaced the departing Lance Haas on drums), backed Chuck Berry at a gig at the Fillmore West that was released as a live album. Sailor is the second album by The Steve Miller Band, released in 1968.

01 - Song For Our Ancestors
02 - Dear Mary
03 - My Friend
04 - Living In The U.S.A.
05 - Quicksilver Girl
06 - Lucky Man
07 - Gangster Of Love
08 - You're So Fine
09 - Overdrive
10 - Dime-A-Dance Romance

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British blues-rock supergroup consisting of bassist/vocalist Jack Bruce, guitarist/vocalist Eric Clapton, and drummer/vocalist Ginger Baker. Live performances in Sweden and USA.

Konserthuset, Stockholm, on May 7, 1967

1. N.S.U.
2. Steppin' Out
3. Train Time
4. Toad
5. I'm So Glad

Sports Arena, San Diego, on October 20, 1968

6. Train Time
7. Toad
8. Spoonful

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The Robbs, brothers Dee Robb (guitar, vocals), Joe Robb (guitar, vocals), and Bruce Robb (keyboards, vocals) — began their lengthy careers in their hometown of Oconomowoc, WI as a teen-center pop group calling themselves Dee Robb & the Robbins. As Robby & the Robins, they recorded "Surfer's Life" for the Todd label, which has since appeared on numerous surf compilations. During a summer tour, their guitarist was facing the draft board, so the band had to shuffle the lineup and bring in their cousin, Craig Robb (real name Craig Krampf) as a replacement on drums. The band then changed names to the Robbs and soldiered on, playing soft rock harmony drenched pop in the vein of the Cowsills, the Monkees, or Paul Revere & the Raiders

01 - Violets Of Dawn
02 - Race With The Wind
03 - Cynthia Loves
04 - Next Time You See Me
05 - Girls, Girls
06 - Bittersweet
07 - See Jane Run
08 - In A Funny Sort Of Way
09 - Rapid Transit
10 - Jolly Miller

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Tiffany Shade was an American psychedelic rock band formed in 1966 in Cleveland, Ohio and was formed by keyboardist Bob Leonard, Folk Guitarist/vocalist Mike Barnes, 12-string guitarist/vocalist Barrow Davidian, bassist Rick Hohn, later replaced by bassist Robb Clarke-Murphy and drummer Tom Schuster. They broke up 1968. They recorded and released this self-titled LP and two singles from the same album on the Mainstream label in 1968.

01 - Would You Take My Mind Out For A Walk
02 - An Older Man
03 - Sam
04 - Jaguar City Blues
05 - A Very Grand Love
06 - Come Softly To Me
07 - No Reality
08 - One Good Reason
09 - A Quiet Revolution
10 - Not Worth The Pain

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The exotic, mindbending sounds of Gandalf have long been one of the great lost treasures of the first psychedelic era. Featuring the breathy vocals and lysergic guitar of Peter Sando, the band's only album, a delight from start to finish, has generated a fervent demand for more of the same. Gandalf 2, is a return trip to the band's garden of earthly delights. A thorough search of Sando's tape vault revealed a fabulous stash of spellbinding demos and acetates, unheard for decades! This is a 90's comp.

01 - Bird In The Hand
02 - Days Are Only Here And Gone
03 - Smokey Topaz
04 - Ladyfingers
05 - No Earth Can Be Won
06 - Bad Dream
07 - I Won't Cry No More
08 - The Dance At St. Francis
09 - Julie (The Song I Sing Is You)
10 - Over This Table
11 - Golden Earrings (Demo)
12 - Tears Of Ages (Live)
13 - Downbound Train (Live)

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Sweetwater was a rock  band originally from Los Angeles. The original members of the band were Nancy Nevins (lead vocals/guitar), August Burns (cello), Albert Moore (flute/backing vocals), Alan Malarowitz (drums), Elpidio Cobian (conga drums), Alex Del Zoppo (keyboards) and Fred Herrera (bass). They were the act scheduled to play first at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, although due to problems within the band, solo folksinger Richie Havens became the first performer. Sweetwater performed next, becoming the first band to play the festival.

01 - Motherless Child
02 - For Petes Sake
03 - Day Song
04 - Whats Wrong
05 - Crystal Spider
06 - Band Intros
07 - Why Oh Why

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Heavy psych US. Very difficult to obtain info about this band.

01 - Old Time Feeling
02 - How Long
03 - Forever Angels Proud
04 - Laught
05 - Just For Today
06 - Limousine Ride
07 - Billy Bad Billy
08 - Chinese
09 - Red Dog
10 - Old Charlie

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Wet Willie is an American  band from Mobile, Alabama, U.S. They were best known for their hit "Keep On Smilin'", but had a number of charted songs in the 1970s utilizing their soulful brand of Southern rock. Drummer Lewis Ross assembled the musicians for a group called "Fox" in the summer of 1969, which a year later became known as "Wet Willie". Wet Willie was a versatile, high-energy Southern rock band that, from 1971 until 1978, produced an array of albums awash in good-time music, rollicking high-energy blues-rock, and white Southern soul, but racked up just one Top Ten hit and a lot of admirers. The core members of the band during that period were Jimmy Hall, vocals, harmonica, saxophone; Jimmy's brother Jack Hall on bass; John Anthony on keyboards; Ricky Hirsch on guitar, and Lewis Ross on drums and percussion.

01 - Thats alright
02 - Mule to ride
03 - No Good woman blues
04 - Red Hot Chicken
05 - Airport
06 - I'd rather be blind
07 - Macon hambine blues
08 - Shout Bamalama

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Sweet (originally The Sweet) was a British rock  band that formed in the late 1960s and rose to prominence as one of the main glam rock acts in the 1970s, with the classic line-up consisting of Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, and Mick Tucker. During the early years of 1971 and 1972, Sweet's musical style followed a marked progression from the Archies-like bubblegum style of the first hit, "Funny Funny", to a Who influenced heavy rock style supplemented by a striking use of high-pitched backing vocals. The band achieved notable success in the UK charts, with thirteen Top 20 hits during the 1970s alone. Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be was Sweet's first official album, released in 1971 on RCA Records in the UK.

01 - Coco
02 - Chop Chop
03 - Reflections
04 - Honeysuckle Love
05 - Santa Monica Sunshine
06 - Daydream
07 - Funny Funny
08 - Tom Tom Turnaround
09 - Jeanie
10 - Sunny Sleeps Late
11 - Spotlight

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