Wednesday, January 20, 2016

MORE SNAPSHOTS

 As previously mentioned here is a second set of tunes from the late great psychedelic 60's. I found some familiar ones but also a couple you may not have heard for a while. Some interesting side notes..The Sparrow would later evole into the great Steppenwolf. It is said that Mike Bloomfield played on the Chicago Loop tune and Sons of Adam recorded the Arthur Lee penned "Feathered Fish" but it was never done by Love. Image credit to M. Schwartz


01  Tomorrow - Strawberry Alarm Clock
02  That's When Happiness Began - Grains Of sand
03  Hot Smoke And Sassafras - Bubble Puppy
04  Twisted - Sparrow
05  Someone Like Me - Shadows Of Knight
06  The White Ship - HP Lovecraft
07  Shifting Sands - West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
08  Happenings 10 Years Time Ago - Yardbirds
09  Hole In My Shoe - Traffic
10  Hey Joe - Enemys
11  Itchycoo Park - Small Faces
12  Lost In My World - Outsiders
13  Don't Come Around - Trolls
14  Baby Let's Wait - Royal Guardsmen
15  Mr.Jones(Ballad Of A Thin Man) - Grass Roots
16  Mind Excursion - Trade Winds
17  Good Time Music - Lovin' Spoonful
18  99th Floor - Moving Sidewalks
19  I Need Somebody - ? And The Mysterians
20  Grizzly Bear - Daily Flash
21  When Will The Rain Come - Troggs
22  Flowers In The rain - Move
23  Feathered Fish - Sons Of Adam
24  Blue's Theme - Davie Allen And The Arrows




4 comments:

snakeboy said...

Another great collection. Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for another great collection. If you haven't seen it yet, the BigO blog and The Clock That Went Backwards blog have a "newly surfaced" 4CD[!!] soundboard recording of Neil Young & The Ducks in excellent sound. It seems to be from a few locations. Maybe one of Moby Grape's opening shows may still turn up! Larry

HIPPYCREEP said...

volume 2 is just as good as volume 1! thanks for all the groovy vibes!

Andy Swapp said...

This series is great 24hourdejavu! Awesome and just had to say whilst it actually surprised me as to how many I bought when they came out being Brit born it wasn't just the British singles like Itchycoo Park but also the Lovin Spoonful too who I obsessed about as bing of obvious interest for they were Merkin! ;)
Keep up the great work - I listened to nothing but psychedelia all weekend!

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