The Godz were a New York City-based garage rock band that existed from 1966 to 1973. Their music varied from early noise rock to avant-garde and psychedelic rock. Jim McCarthy (vocals, guitar, flute, harmonica), Paul Thornton (vocals, guitar, drums, maracas), Jay Dillon (vocals, autoharp) and Larry Kessler (vocals, violin, bass guitar). The Godz started in 1966 on the ESP-Disk label. The first recording, produced by ESP-Disk at the close of 1966, was an attempt to rise above the limitations and accepted norm for popular music at the time. 1967 produced the second recording, a bolder, more adventurous soundscape which is, in some people's opinion, the group's masterpiece. The third album, in 1968, saw the quartet become a trio. In 1973, a fourth and last group LP "Godzundheit" was recorded.
01 - Radar Eyes 02 - Riffin 03 - Where 04 - New Song 05 - Squeek 06 - Soon the Moon 07 - Crusade 08 - You Won't See Me 09 - Travelin' Salesman 10 - Permanent Green Light