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BobbyFischer
Fifth Love

Norway
374 Posts

Posted - 11/05/2016 :  23:12:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I love the Open Mind LK! :-) One of the 18 I had heard, Magic Potion is such a brilliant Hard Rock/Psychedelia Atomic Bomb of a song, up there with 7 and 7 is ! I Discovered them in the early 90s via the fantastic Rubbles 1 collection album with the great undertitle Psychedelic Snarl that also had at least two Wimple Winch classics including Save my soul!
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BobbyFischer
Fifth Love

Norway
374 Posts

Posted - 11/05/2016 :  23:51:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Wimple Winch Save my soul https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi9GXxVDJQg What a great bass guitar riff! Only instrument that is forshadowing what melody menance this is gonna develop into, because its a pretty straigtforward laidback pop/garage from the beginning. From 1966 and in my opinion miles ahead of for instance another garage cult band Chocolate Watch Band.
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BobbyFischer
Fifth Love

Norway
374 Posts

Posted - 12/05/2016 :  01:20:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Blue Jack Of Diamonds! Holy Christ! What a great song!thanks LK for the H.P lovecraft albums links! The church bell beginning of the song is even better than AcDcs Hells Bells not to mention the song itself!
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 12/05/2016 :  13:31:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You bring a smile to my face with your enthusiasm, BF! WIMPLE WITCH is one I had NOT heard! Thanks! A cool early Stones vibe but even more soul and more garage sounding.

Try these...so unique with the psychedelic woodwinds...
Cave Song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HqWJ7fKWsk

Fever Shot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjYREdSFxZA

the soprano sax is very cool...

Surrender
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br4D5NGhKd4

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Here is a great 60's Aussie garage band...

UNDECIDED (1966) by The Masters Apprentices
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnMytzzcRGI


This was the first single recorded by Australian band the Masters Apprentices. It was composed just before a 1966 demo recording session in Adelaide when they needed an extra song. They were unsure what to call it, so named it 'Undecided'. It features a great overdriven guitar sound, apparently due to a faulty valve in the guitar amplifier.

This song was an astounding debut, and featured raw playing and sound unlike anything else on the charts, in Australia or overseas. Jim Keays' vocals were brazen and uninhibited, complete with yelps and gutteral noises. Undecided was co-written by songwriter Mick Bower, who wrote classic songs for the Masters, such as Buried and Dead, Living in a Child's Dream, Wars or Hands of Time, and Tired of Just Wandering. Unfortunately he left the band early in its career due to ill health. Other members were Brian Vaughton (drums), Gavin Webb (bass) and Rick Morrison (lead guitar).

The band eventually changed personnel while retaining Jim Keays, and went on to more success here in Australia, but for me that early incarnation was special. This is a band worth seeking out, especially those Mick Bower songs, as an example of the early Australian rock scene. Aztec Music has just released a remastered and expanded version of the first album with these songs and more. -youtube comments


Update: Just heard today (13 June 2014) that Jim Keays passed away from cancer. R.I.P. Jim Keays.

Just had a comment (12 Feb 2016) from Max Pepper who recorded this track: "I recorded this song in 1966 at Mastersound in Moger Lane off Pirie Street East. The Government garage opposite was used as an echo chamber and the Bass and Guitar amps were direct fed through a passive mixer. The drums had a kick mike and one overhead. At the end of the session the group couldn't decide on a name so I wrote Undecided on the tape box. A Phillips Limiter and Pultec equaliser were used in the session. Max Pepper"
=wilson mcphert, youtube poster

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK

Edited by - lemonade kid on 12/05/2016 13:40:39
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 12/05/2016 :  13:45:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The Easybeats were another great Aussie band...

Friday On My Mind...what a fantastic opening guitar riff!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iW2_Ec3uEU

River Deep Mountain High...rare live
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a517gbwIqKo

The amazing fuzz of Spencer Davis Group! And the wonderful soulful sound 16 year old Steve Winwood...great bass and fuzz guitar riffs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kamXvqoL_JA

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK
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DaveyTee
Fourth Love

United Kingdom
219 Posts

Posted - 12/05/2016 :  23:52:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Julie Driscoll with the Brian Augur Trinity - saw them several times at university in the late 60s and fell deeply in love with Ms Driscoll, but there again so did everyone else. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkCBVZHrstE

For me, the 60s was as much about blues (the British kind) as psychedelia. Here's Chicken Shack with Christine Perfect (soon to become Christine McVie) on vocals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ohx9Ve7-GS0

Another lesser known blues band was The Keef Hartley Band. Keef was drummer for John Mayall until 1967 when he was sacked and formed his own band, producing the classic blues album "Halfbreed" (which, incidentally, opens with the voice of Mayall on the telephone sacking Keef). The Keef Hartley Band was one of the few British bands to play at Woodstock. Anyway, here's a track from Halfbreed featuring some pretty stunning guitar work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vi2Kt0mbcIY

DT

Scottish, not British.
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 13/05/2016 :  13:24:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by DaveyTee

Julie Driscoll with the Brian Augur Trinity - saw them several times at university in the late 60s and fell deeply in love with Ms Driscoll, but there again so did everyone else. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkCBVZHrstE

For me, the 60s was as much about blues (the British kind) as psychedelia. Here's Chicken Shack with Christine Perfect (soon to become Christine McVie) on vocals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ohx9Ve7-GS0

Another lesser known blues band was The Keef Hartley Band. Keef was drummer for John Mayall until 1967 when he was sacked and formed his own band, producing the classic blues album "Halfbreed" (which, incidentally, opens with the voice of Mayall on the telephone sacking Keef). The Keef Hartley Band was one of the few British bands to play at Woodstock. Anyway, here's a track from Halfbreed featuring some pretty stunning guitar work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vi2Kt0mbcIY

DT

Scottish, not British.

All great ones, DT. Hlafbreed is a great album. And Mayall was the creative genius melting pot of BLUES. So great.

I remember really being blown away by his groundbreaking album Turning Point, where he actually decided to exclude a drummer! Still my favorite Mayall album.


Room To Move 1969...insane harp playing! All my friends were trying to get those harp grooves.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLp0AsKXMEs

Chukka chukka

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK

Edited by - lemonade kid on 13/05/2016 13:33:12
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 16/05/2016 :  17:36:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
One of the more under appreciated (not by ME!!) artist of our era!

Incredible talent!

Lyle Lovett - She's Already Made Up Her Mind (1992)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofv9goALt3c


Lyle Lovett Closing Time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o80pVLDDJh4

CHURCH!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2OrBhVMKrk



Gonna see Lyle LIVE this summer...Lyle Lovett & His Large Band!!
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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK

Edited by - lemonade kid on 16/05/2016 17:37:18
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 17/05/2016 :  12:25:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You're Dead Norma Tanega 1966...a folkie from the '60's with one hit-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImAlx0amAIc

This lost classic was used to great effect in the opening titles for "What We Do In The Shadows" 2014. A brilliant dark docu-comedy from down under...

The first six minutes....a must see film.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2w3H_oLSIU

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 18/05/2016 :  12:05:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Interview and Copperhead Road, acoustic live on mandolin!


Late Night OTB - Steve Earle and Jerry Jeff Walker
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHaK_O14RXg

And ELECTRIFIED!
Steve Earle - Copperhead Road
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvaEJzoaYZk

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK
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BobbyFischer
Fifth Love

Norway
374 Posts

Posted - 20/05/2016 :  18:52:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Havent heard of ANY of them before, but thats sometimes a good sign when it comes to 60s music :-) Especially liked the Unqoute ,great Aussie garage there! ] Originally posted by lemonade kid

You bring a smile to my face with your enthusiasm, BF! WIMPLE WITCH is one I had NOT heard! Thanks! A cool early Stones vibe but even more soul and more garage sounding.

Try these...so unique with the psychedelic woodwinds...
Cave Song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HqWJ7fKWsk

Fever Shot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjYREdSFxZA

the soprano sax is very cool...

Surrender
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br4D5NGhKd4

................

Here is a great 60's Aussie garage band...

UNDECIDED (1966) by The Masters Apprentices
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnMytzzcRGI


This was the first single recorded by Australian band the Masters Apprentices. It was composed just before a 1966 demo recording session in Adelaide when they needed an extra song. They were unsure what to call it, so named it 'Undecided'. It features a great overdriven guitar sound, apparently due to a faulty valve in the guitar amplifier.

This song was an astounding debut, and featured raw playing and sound unlike anything else on the charts, in Australia or overseas. Jim Keays' vocals were brazen and uninhibited, complete with yelps and gutteral noises. Undecided was co-written by songwriter Mick Bower, who wrote classic songs for the Masters, such as Buried and Dead, Living in a Child's Dream, Wars or Hands of Time, and Tired of Just Wandering. Unfortunately he left the band early in its career due to ill health. Other members were Brian Vaughton (drums), Gavin Webb (bass) and Rick Morrison (lead guitar).

The band eventually changed personnel while retaining Jim Keays, and went on to more success here in Australia, but for me that early incarnation was special. This is a band worth seeking out, especially those Mick Bower songs, as an example of the early Australian rock scene. Aztec Music has just released a remastered and expanded version of the first album with these songs and more. -youtube comments


Update: Just heard today (13 June 2014) that Jim Keays passed away from cancer. R.I.P. Jim Keays.

Just had a comment (12 Feb 2016) from Max Pepper who recorded this track: "I recorded this song in 1966 at Mastersound in Moger Lane off Pirie Street East. The Government garage opposite was used as an echo chamber and the Bass and Guitar amps were direct fed through a passive mixer. The drums had a kick mike and one overhead. At the end of the session the group couldn't decide on a name so I wrote Undecided on the tape box. A Phillips Limiter and Pultec equaliser were used in the session. Max Pepper"
[/i] =wilson mcphert, youtube poster

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK
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markk
Old Love

USA
779 Posts

Posted - 20/05/2016 :  18:59:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
What a lineup

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9mQkFpkShg
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BobbyFischer
Fifth Love

Norway
374 Posts

Posted - 20/05/2016 :  19:17:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Has anyone seen "the history of the Eagles"? Such a great documentary about a band that I respect but never listened to. It doesnt go into any Spinal Tap cliches( ok maybe one or two if you look with nerdy spinal tap glasses). You get really close to the formation of the band, the dynamics,the quarrels the members, the ups and downs etc. Especially Frey and Henley are so articulate, honest and funny at times.And of course there is some hotel damaging and drugs episodes but that is just a minor part of the story.Highly recommendable!
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BobbyFischer
Fifth Love

Norway
374 Posts

Posted - 20/05/2016 :  19:25:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If you use the Hola program( also highly recommended)! You can watch it here on Norwegian tv. https://tv.nrk.no/serie/historien-om-the-eagles/KOID75001513/sesong-1/episode-1 .Hola is an easy to use program that manipulates your server to be from what ever country you want. So if I for instance want to see a clip thats only available in the Us. I click on the hola symbol(must download Hola of course first from https://hola.org/) on the right corner of my browser and chose the american flag. And its free, no registration either :-)
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lemonade kid
Old Love

USA
9451 Posts

Posted - 21/05/2016 :  15:01:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by BobbyFischer

If you use the Hola program( also highly recommended)! You can watch it here on Norwegian tv. https://tv.nrk.no/serie/historien-om-the-eagles/KOID75001513/sesong-1/episode-1 .Hola is an easy to use program that manipulates your server to be from what ever country you want. So if I for instance want to see a clip thats only available in the Us. I click on the hola symbol(must download Hola of course first from https://hola.org/) on the right corner of my browser and chose the american flag. And its free, no registration either :-)

Looks great, but I get a notice that it can't be viewed outside Norway. I downloaded the Hola! app....very cool. No MAC browser yet--they say it's coming soon.

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I can't contrive a song. GENE CLARK
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