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This is a homemade comp of 60's and early 70's popsike and folk rock beauties. All of the tracks are ripped from my private collection.
I don't own the copyrights to these songs, the sole purpose of this compilation is to share music.


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1. Elizabeth – Mary Anne (1968) Vanguard S/T LP




Philadelphia outfit who recorded one LP for the mythical Vanguard label. Though the record is a mixed bag, it is great throughout and features this lovely moody uptempo number.











2. Passing Clouds – Hawks and doves (1969) Pete LP “Hawks and doves”




Passing Clouds were a west coast outfit that released their lone album on the Los Angeles based Pete Records, and it’s a genuine unsung popsike masterpiece.












3. Fragile Lime – Angie (1970) Warner Bros 45RPM



This Washington band had a relatively long career (1966-1975) though they never recorded an album. They did at least 4 singles, including this dreamy sunburnt beauty. They were at some time managed and produced by Don McKinney (Don & The Goodtimes).










4. Jamie & The Jury – This too shall pass (1967) Columbia 45RPM




Although they were produced by the likes of Terry Melcher and Larry Marks, little is known about this Long Beach band who recorded several singles for Columbia in the mid-60’s, including this weird bubblegummy beauty.










5. Farquahr – Start Living (1970) Elektra S/T LP




Often described as a comedy act, this folk-rock band also had songs of the highest order, especially on their 2nd album which was produced by the great Jerry Ragovoy.












6. Marshall & Newell – Twenty Nine (1970) Belter 45RPM




Dave Marshall and Scott Newell were Detroit cats who recorded at least two singles at the end of the 60’s. This one’s their second and was only released in Europe on the Belter label. A great environmental song with an addictive melody and clever though discreet arrangements.









7. Hello People - Let's Go Hide In The Forest (1967) Philips 45RPM



Ecological songs, part two.Though their manager Lou Futterman probably ruined their live shows with mime make up and silliness, this band managed to deliver some great singles.












8. The Cuff Links – Early In The Morning (1969) Decca LP “Tracy”



They were a typically east coast bubblegum creation of songwriters Paul Vance and Lee Pocriss, supported by singer Ron Dante. They hitted big with “Tracy” and recorded a whole LP of mostly original compositions in 1969, of which we extract this delicate mid-tempo promenade reminiscent of “Everybody’s talking”.










9. Rejoice! - Spring Flew In Today (1968) Dunhill S/T LP



Rejoice! was the alias of California folk singers Tom and Nancy Brown. They recorded this charming LP with Steve Barri as a producer, using star musicians like Hal Blaine and Larry Knechtel.












10. Rose Garden - If My World Falls Through (1968) ATCO 45RPM


This was Rose Garden’s second and final single after their hit “Next plane to London”. This fine folk rock song is written by Kenny O’Dell (he delivers his own – cheesier- version on his “Beautiful people” LP).












11. Andy Pratt – Shiny Susie (1970) Polydor LP “Records Are Like Life”



Though he’s best known for his 70’s ouput and the hit “Avenging Annie”, I think this Harvard Chap’s 1st LP is his best. “Shiny Susie”, an epic and mischievous piece, is here to testify.













12. Neal Ford & The Fanatics - I Have Thoughts Of You (1967) Hickory 45RPM



No introduction necessary for this marvellous Houston band. They were one of the grooviest mid-sixties rock’n’roll bands but they’re also responsible for this popsike masterpiece.












13. Eastfield Meadows – Helpless Is A Feeling (1968) VMC 45RPM



File under : forgotten masterpiece. This L.A. based sextet recorded one great LP for the cult VMC label, strongly reminiscent of  the best moments of bands like Buffalo Springfield, The Association or Left Banke. They also recorded “Helpless is a feeling” as a single (b/w “Travelin’ salesman”) and did a last one (“Friends Of Unequal Parallel”) before disbanding.








14. Morning – Easy Keeper (1970) Vault S/T LP



This L.A. band was created by late 60’s Love members and recorded two wonderful country-rock LP’s, which had their share of sunshiney melodies and lush arrangements. This track is one of their first LP’s many highlights.











15. John Buck Wilkin - Faces And Places (1970) Liberty LP “In Search Of Food Clothing Shelter And Sex”



Wilkin used to be Ronny with the fabulous Daytonas and he cut a first solo effort in 1970. It’s a weird one in a “Cocaïne cowboy” kind of mood but this particular song written by one mysterious Jane Leichardt is a baroque pop beauty that wouldn’t sound out of place on Love’s “Forever changes”.










16. Michael Konstan - Great Train (1973) RCA S/T LP



NYC guy who used to play with the Quadrangle (“She’s too familiar now”) and did a lone solo single the same year (1966). It seems it took some years for him to record his solo effort. It was worth the wait, as it’s an excellent and mellow singer/songwriter album with a light pop sensibility, which explains its inclusion here.









17. Saint Jacques – The young girl (Kathy’s song) (1970) GRT S/T LP




Palo Alto hippie trio who did a magnificent LP with jazzy tinges.















18. West – Sad About The Times (1969) Epic LP “Bridges”



West was the brainchild of famed musician and songwriter Ron Cornelius and they did two great folk rock albums in the late 60’s. It appears all band members were credited for the songwriting and drummer Lloyd Perata wrote this smooth perfection of a song, which is graced by Cornelius’ stratospheric guitar licks.










19. Thorinshield – Prelude To A Postlude (1968) Philips S/T LP


This L.A. trio included Bob Ray (of “Initiation of a mystic” fame) and recorded one LP in 1968, and it’s a terrific set of all-original baroque pop songs, though some strings were added without band members consent. We chose to include this moody beauty as a perfect ending song.










20. Bonus track :  Passing Clouds – Clock upon the sky

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28 août 2014 4 28 /08 /août /2014 17:57


This is a homemade comp of 70's fave songs. All of the tracks are ripped from my private collection.
I don't own the copyrights to theses songs, the sole purpose of this compilation is to share music.


Download it =========> HERE

1. The Boys – I’m not satisfied (Outrage Records – 1975)


What a way to start this comp... With the almighty Boys, who cut two 45’s on Outrage Records before signing with cult Kansas label Titan and cutting more power pop greatness. “I’m not satisfied” is the b-side to their first effort on Outrage and it’s a sublime instant classic worthy of the Who’s first tracks or the Undertones’ “Teenage kicks”.  Read more about their fascinating story HERE.





2. Hollins Ferry – Surprise (s/t LP - Port City Records 1977)


Baltimore’s 70’s legends Hollins Ferry released one colourful LP in 1977 on the obscure Port city Label (which oddly also released an album by the great soulman Reuben Bell in the 80’s). You can watch a few live clips from the 70’s on youtube, including a couple of non-lp tracks.









3. Emitt Rhodes – Tame the lion (Probe 1972)


No introduction necessary ! Emitt Rhodes released this exciting anti-war single in 1972 just before his last LP.












4. Cloud – Cool Jane (Audio Fidelity – 1970)


This cool Bee Gees-esque song has already been comped on Fading Yellow but this french version is slightly different and somehow a little “wilder”.












5. The Names – Why can’t it be (Fiction - 1977)


The Names were an Illinois band who made a sole self produced single in 1977 with a cool picture sleeve. Both songs are great but we chose to include the gripping a-side.












6. April Wine – Tonight is a wonderful time to fall in love (LP “Stand Back” – Atlantic 1975)

This canadian band has recorded more than 20 albums and is still touring since its creation 45 years ago. Though they’re often dismissed as an arena hard rock band, they did a fine LP in 1975, “stand back”, which was rewarded by platinum sales. Some of the tracks there are pure 70’s magic.




7. Sweet Rolle – Squares and triangles (Lionel – 1970)


Sweet Rolle was led by the late great Ron Gardner (ex Wailers) and released this exciting unique single in 1970.













8. Cargoe – Things we dream today (Ardent Records 1973)


Originating from Tulsa Oklahoma, they moved to Memphis where they recorded the very first LP on the cult Ardent Records label. Though famous to the power pop crowd for their Who-ish “Feel alright”, their LP had a subtle country-rock flavour, as exemplified in this track.








9. Hot Knives – I hear the wind blow (K.O. Records – 1976)


This San Francisco band formed by ex-Flamin Groovies members did this fine Cyril Jordan-produced folk-rock single in 1976. The A-side is a Moby Grape cover. We strongly recommended you get Got Kinda Lost's anthology of the band HERE.









10. Barnaby Bye – She was pleased (LP “Room to grow – Atlantic 1973)

This Long Island band was formed by ex members of the Blues Magoos and the Illusion, alongside with the great Alessi Brothers who reached fame in the late 70's. They released two fine LP’s on Atlantic Records, the first of which was produced by no other than Ahmet Ertegun and includes this laidback delicacy.



11. The Flame – I’m so happy (Brother Records – 1970)


The Flame were a south african band who caught the attention of Carl Wilson in england to such an extent that he produced their self titled LP in 1970 and released it on the Beach Boys’ Brother Records label. Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar were soon to join Wilson’s band.








12. Peach & Lee – Hold on (RCA - 1973)

Peach & Lee were Arlis Peach and Larry Lee, helped by session drummer Hilly Michaels. It seems they recorded this fantastic driver at home in Lincoln Nebraska. An entire album was scheduled, but the tapes still beg for release. Arlis Peach later cut several songs for Titan Records.








13. Salem Witchcraft – Onward (Chaos Records - 1972)


Exhilarating flipside to their monster “rock’n’roll lover”, this band hailed from Detroit and released a few great organ driven 45’s on the aptly named Chaos Records.











14. Cross Country – A smile song (s/t LP – ATCO 1973)

Cross Country is a band that included ¾ of the Tokens. They recorded a sole LP in 1973 which sounds like a cross between CSN & White album era Beatles, as exemplified with this epic closing track.


15. Aviary – Puddles (s/t LP - Epic 1979)


Led by Brad Love, Aviary released a sole LP in 1979. Don’t let the hideous cover scare you away, this ELO-meets-Sparks kind of record has some very nice moments, like this “Puddles” graced by clever string arrangements.










16. Zuider Zee – You’re not thinking (s/t LP – Columbia 1975)

Louisiana band (ex Thomas Edison's Electric Light Bulb Band) who recorded a fine album of Wings-esque melodies and exuberance when they relocated in Memphis.


17. The Sidewinders – O miss Mary (s/t LP – RCA 1972)

The Sidewinders were Andy Paley’s first band, and their sole LP from 1972 is a perfect blend of stonesian r’n’b and pop refinement.


18. Vance Or Towers – Scream bloody robbery (A&M Records – 1975)


This enigmatic Long Beach band did a very nice LP of Sparks-like power pop with tinges of soft-rock. Their other claim to fame is their cameo in Brian De Palma’s “Carrie”, where they play “Education blues” at the prom. “Scream bloody robbery” was also released as a single.







19. Don Agrati – Heather Ann (LP “Homegrown” - Elektra 1973)


Better known as Don Grady, our man was a TV actor and musician who was briefly a member of Yellow Balloon. He released a gorgeous solo LP in 1973 in the Singer/songwriter vein of which we extract this superb and quite depressing ballad Don’s passing in 2012 makes even more painful.









20. Van Duren – Oh babe (London Records - 1978)


A Memphis legend, Van Duren did some great recordings in the 70’s, as a solo artist or teaming with Tommy Hoehn. He’s still active today.

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1. Stained Glass - Gettin On’s Gettin’s Rough (from the LP Aurora 1969) San Jose, CA

2. Eastfield Meadows – Love’s Gone (from self-titled Lp 1968) CA

3. Cherokee – Changin’ Winds (from self-titled LP 1971) Los Angeles, CA

4. New Riders Of The Purple Sage – All I Ever Wanted (From self-titled LP 1971) San Francisco, CA

5. The Flame – Lady (from self-titled LP 1970) Los Angeles, CA

6. Jerry Jeff Walker – Seasons Change (from the LP Five Years Gone 1969) New-York, NY

7. Jim Ford – Harry Hippie (unissued 1970) Los Angeles, CA 

8. J.D. Blackfoot – I’ve Never Seen You (from the LP The Ultimate Prophecy 1970) Cleveland, OH

9. Manassas – So Begins The Task (from the self-titled LP 1972) Los Angeles, CA

10. The Youngbloods – Sunlight (from the LP Elephant Mountain 1969) Marin, CA

11. Bodine – It’s Just My Way (from the self-titled LP 1969) WA ?

12. Eastfield Meadows – Helpless Is The Feeling (from self-titled Lp 1968) CA



13. Charley D. & Milo -  I’ll Keep It With Mine (from self titled LP 1970) Costa Mesa, CA

14. Bead Game – Country Girls (from the LP Welcome 1970) Boston, MA

15. Moby Grape – It’s A Beautiful Day Today (from the LP Moby Gape’ 69 1969) San Francisco, CA

16. Space Opera – Outlines (from self-titled LP 1973) Fort Worth, TX

17. Twin Engine – The Time Is Now (unissued 1971) Los Angeles, CA

18. Joe South – Children (from the LP Don't It Make You Want to Go Home 1969) Atlanta, GA

19. West – Sad About The Times (from the LP Bridges 1969) Crockett, CA

20. Gretta Spoone Band – Close Your Eyes (Pompeii 45 1968) Dallas TX

21. Rudy Romero – Love Comes (When It Wants To Anyway) (from the LP To The World 1972) San Diego, CA

22. Ginger Valley – Ginger (International Artists 45 1970) Austin, TX

23. Stained Glass – Finger Painting (from the LP Crazy Horse Roads 1969) San Jose, CA

24. Morning – Sleepy Eyes (from self-titled LP 1970) Los Angeles, CA

25. Cargoe – I Love You Anyway (from self-titled LP 1972) Tulsa, OK


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Dennis Wilson – Lady (live)
Stained Glass – Lady in lace
Cherokee – Lady on my mind
Elizabeth – Lady ‘L’
Jim & Jean – Flower lady
Five Man Electrical Band – She fancies herself a lady
West Coast Consortium – Lady from Baltimore
Tuneful Trolley – Lady (with the tangerine blouse)
Michael Nesmith & The First National Band – Lady of the valley
Honeybus – Scarlet lady
Marvin, Welch & Farrar – Lady of the morning
Private Property Of Digil – Jewelry lady
Dino, Desi & Billy – Lady love
The Turtles – Lady-o
The Parade – Laughin’ lady
Bobby Darin – Lady fingers
Fargo – Lady goodbye
Circus Maximus – Fading lady
The Fourmyula – Home to my lady
Holy Mackerel – Lady is waiting
Gary & Stu – Good lady fair
The Idle Race – The lady who said she could fly
The Mamas & Papas – Lady Genevieve
Dory Previn – The lady with the braid
Tin Tin – Lady blue


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3 décembre 2010 5 03 /12 /décembre /2010 18:28

We're proud to present this comp dedicated to the 60's works of Brian Ross, unique producer and a great contributor to The Music Machine sound, among many other lesser-known great bands.

(Photograph courtesy of Alec Palao & Ugly Things magazine)


Brian Ross


1 – The Sot Weed Factor “Say It Is Not So” (Original sound 76 - 1967)

2 – Jefferson Lee “Sorcerella” (Original Sound 88 – 1969)

3 – The Calliope “Clear Mud” (Shamley 44020 – 1969)

4 – Mad Andy’s Twist Combo “X-Tra, X-Tra, Read All About It” (Original Sound 85 – 1968)

5 – The Light “Back Up” (A&M 873 – 1967)

6 – Giant Crab “Hot Line Conversation” (Uni 55155 – 1969)

7 – Chapter VI “Oracle” (Original Sound 78 – 1968)

8 – Bonniwell Music Machine “Advise And consent” (unreleased)

9 – The Calliope “We’ve Made It” (Shamley 44013 – 1969)

10 – Pasternak Progress “Flower Eyes” (Original Sound 77 – 1967)

11 – Jefferson Lee “Book Of Love” (Original Sound 88 – 1969)

12 – Rain “Hear You Cry” (London 11 – 1967)

13 – The Californians “Nausea Beast” (Crazy Horse 1318 – 1969)

14 – Jefferson Lee “Bublegum Music” (Original Sound 93 – 1970)

15 – The Light “Music Box” (A&M 873 – 1967)

16 – The Pasternak Progress “Cotton Soul” (Original Sound 77 – 1967)

17 – Free Sample “Don’t Lose Touch” (Original Sound 87 – 1969)

18 – The Calliope “Wiser” (Shamley 44020 – 1969)

19 – The Californians “Glass Disguise” (Crazy Horse 1318 – 1969)

20 – Mad Andy’s Twist Combo “Painted Smile” (Original Sound 85 – 1968)

21 – Bonniwell Music Machine “No Girl Gonna Cry” (Unreleased)

22 – Jefferson Lee “Pancake Trees” (Original Sound 93 – 1970)

23 – Giant Crab “ESP” (Uni 55155 – 1969)

24 – The Calliope “Friends Of Mrs Fischer” (Shamley 44013 – 1969)




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For more infos and stories, be sure to check Ugly Things #25 (Summer  of 2007), which includes huge 

   stories of The Music Machine and The Light, plus a detailed track-by-track explanation of the songs above,  with notes by Brian ross himself (click on the pic to access their website)



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7 mai 2010 5 07 /05 /mai /2010 18:30

New godlike comp from the JPII vaults !

Shadows & Illusions, 29 electrifying mysteries from the 60's !!!




Tracklisting :


1 – Bohemian Vendetta – Riddles & fairytales

2 – The Attic Sounds – Shadows

3 – Bare Facts – To think

4 – disraeli – Say you love me

5 – Eric & The Norsemen – Before

6 – Gaylan Ladd – Repulsive situation

7 – Georgy & The Velvet Illusions – Hippie town

8 – Pentagons – About the girl I love

9 – Mixed Emotions – Can’t you stop it now

10 – Rising Tydes – Artificial peace

11 – The Basic Things – You’re still dreaming

12 – The Bay Ridge – I will wait

13 – The Coachmen – Tyme won’t change

14 – The Cordials – Tell me please

15 – Peabody – Days of rest

16 – The Counts – Come now

17 – The Fe-Fi-Four Plus 2 – Pick up your head

18 – The Flares – I found out

19 – Giles Strange – Watch the people dance

20 – Cast Of Thousands – Girl do what you gonna do

21 – The Kinetics – I’m blue

22 – The Missing Lynx – (You don’t love me) anymore

23 – The Gurus – It just won’t be that way

24 – The One-Way-Street – Joy and sorrow

25 – The Rumbles – It’s my turn to cry

26 – Trespassers – Come with me

27 – Undertakers – Love so dear

28 – Forsaken – She’s alright

29 – The Surf Knights – In the summer


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6 novembre 2009 5 06 /11 /novembre /2009 22:06
Rascals-inflected cuts and other garage soul delights !!!



1 - Giant Crab - It started with a little kiss

2 - The Buckinghams - Love ain't enough

3 - The Caravelles - Self service

4 - Little Willie & The Adolescents - Looking for love

5 - The Myddle Class - Who does he love

6 - Five Cards Stud - Beg me

7 - The Hassles - Every step I take every move I make

8 - The Vagrants - I can't make a friend

9 - The Solitary Confinement - A winner never quits

10 - Aesop's Fables - Take a step

11 - The Soul Survivors - Expressway (to your heart)

12 - The Illusion - I Love You, Yes I Do

13 - The Uniques - I'll do anything

14 - Daze Between - Every little raindrop

15 - The Warlox - You can't win

16 - The Bad Boys – Love

17 - The 5c Stamp- Gotta go now

18 - Five Emprees - Mama didn't know

19 - Larry Knight & The Upsetters – Hurt

20 - The Bougalieu - When I was a children

21 - Soul Inc. - Love me when I'm down

22 - The Blue Beats - Extra girl

23 - The Spectrums - I'll never fear

24 - Gary & The Knight Lites - I don't need your help

25 - The Yo-Yo's - Leaning on you




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4 août 2009 2 04 /08 /août /2009 12:39
Fine set of 60's dreamy (yet not psychedelic) garage tunes !!!


1 – The Distant Sounds - Dreamin’

2 – The Amoebas - Look at the moon

3 – The Knights Of The Road – Do you really care

4 – Michael – Gotta make my heart turn away

5 – Carol With The Omens – September

6 – Me & The Other Guys – Runaround girl

7 – We The People – (You are) the color of love

8 – The Magic sounds – I’m in love with you

9 – Fox & The Huntah’s – Funny kinda day

10 – Jack London & The Sparrows – Sparrows and daisies

11 – Friends Of The Family – Blue boat makes me sad

12 – The Five Americans – Tell Ann I love her

13 – The deverons – Blue is the night

14 – Mavricks – Trains

15 – Forbidden – How do you prove

16 – Shades Of blue – Oh how happy

17 – Book – Where she’s gone

18 – The Light Brigade – Won’t you tell me

19 – United Travel Service – Like me

20 – The Kasuals – Listen to the rain

21 – Mike & the Ravens – Living in a dream


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1 – William Penn & The Quakers – Ghost Of Monks (Idaho, U.S.A.)

2 – The Clue – She’s The Reason (Texas, U.S.A.)

3 – Kenny & The Kasuals – As I Knew (Texas, U.S.A.)

4 – Paul Martin – It Happened (New-York, U.S.A.)

5 – Pussyfoot – Hasty Words (U.K.)

6 – Chris Lucey – Girl From Vernon Mountain (California, U.S.A.)

7 – Reuben Bell & The Casanovas – It’s Not That Easy (Louisiana, U.S.A.)

8 – The Derby Hatfield – Turn Into Earth (?)

9 – Flower Power – Stop (Florida, U.S.A.)

10 – The Dhag Dhag’s – Tipo Sicodelico (Bolivia)

11 – Brym Stonz Ltd – Times Gone By (Texas, U.S.A.)

12 – The H.T.3 – I’m The One (Minnesota, U.S.A.)

13 – The Juniors – Lost Friend (Greece)

14 – The Mad Lads – Everything Is Blue (Iowa, U.S.A.)

15 – Normie Rowe – Going Home (Australia)

16 – The Mojos – What She’s Done To Me (West Virginia, U.S.A.)

17 – New Colony Six – The Time Of Year Is Sunset (Illinois, U.S.A.)

18 – The Moxies – I Must Apologize (Kentucky, U.S.A.)

19 – The Nightcrawlers – The Last Ship (Florida, U.S.A.)

20 – The Redcoats – Words Of Wisdom (New Jersey, U.S.A.)

21 – Diamond Joe – Fair Play (Louisiana, U.S.A.)

22 – The Savages – Quiet Town (Bermudas)

23 – The Spiders – Yves (Japan)

24 – Johnny’s Guitar – Supannahong (Thailand)

25 – The Syndicats – On The Horizon (U.K.)

26 – Uncivilized – Back Again (?)

27 – Yabancilar – Agit (Turkey)
28 – The Fantastic Deejays – The Love Of Ours (Pennsylvania, U.S.A.)
29 – Virgil Griffin – A forgotten Lover (Mississippi, U.S.A.)
30 – The Persuaders – Whispering Surf (New-York, U.S.A.)

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25 mars 2008 2 25 /03 /mars /2008 13:37

Blue Byrds Over The Canyon:
Southern California’s Folk-Rock UnScene (1965-71)


01 Dave & The Customs - "He Was A Friend Of Mine" (Pomona, CA)
02 Lyme & Cybelle - "Follow Me" (Los Angeles, CA)
03 The Psychedelic Psymphony - "Don’t Be Afraid" (Los Angeles, CA)
04 The Dovers - "She’s Gone" (Santa Barbara, CA)
05 East Side Kids - "Take A Look In The Mirror" (Los Angeles, CA)
06 Hamilton Streetcar - "Silver Wings" (Los Angeles, CA)
07 The Agents - "Gotta Help Me" (Los Angeles, CA)
08 The F.B.I. - "What Am I To Do" (Los Angeles, CA)
09 Stone Country - "Time Isn’t There (Anymore)" (Los Angeles, CA)
10 The Hard Times - "Goodbye" (San Diego, CA)
11 Thorinshield - "Pleasure Time" (Los Angeles, CA)
12 Brigadune - "I’ll Cry Out From My Grave (God I’m Sorry)" (Los Angeles, CA)
13 American Zoo - "Back Street Thoughts" (Los Angeles, CA)
14 The Edge - "Seen Through The Eyes" (Los Angeles, CA)
15 Rick Jarrard - "High Coin" (Los Angeles, CA)
16 The Palace Guard - "Oh Blue (The Way I Feel Tonight)" (Los Angeles, CA)
17 The Black Sheep - "I’m Feeling Down" (La Cañada, CA)
18 The Roosters - "You Gotta Run" (Los Angeles, CA)
19 The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - "Transparent Day" (Los Angeles, CA)
20 Peter Fonda - "Catch The Wind" (Hollywood, CA)
21 The Cascades - "She’ll Love Again" (Los Angeles, cA)
22 The Answers - "Please Please Go Away" (San Bernardino, CA)
23 Chris & Craig - "I Need You" (Los Angeles, CA)
24 Spider & The Mustangs - "You Ask Me Why" (Hemet, CA)
25 The Yankee Dollar - "Mucky Truckee River" (San Louis Obispo, CA)



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