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Alt 29.04.2013, 11:02   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #21
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The Headlyters - Girl Down The Street


Year: 1965
Country: Michigan US
Label: Phalanx
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Alt 29.04.2013, 11:16   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #22
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The Joys Of Life - Descent


Year: 1967
Country: Indiana
Label: Columbia
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Joys Of Life waren eine Band aus Indianapolis, Indiana Mitglieder waren Jeff McMullin, Craig Gardner, Jim Albrecht, Jeff Mills, Corky Kirk, Danny McMullin.
Zu finden auch auf der "Sampler" LP The Chosen Few vol.2 aus den 80s
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Alt 29.04.2013, 11:33   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #23
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The Squires - Going All The Way


Year: 1966
Country: Connecticut US
Label: ATCO
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The band formed in Bristol, Connecticut in 1965 and comprised high school friends Michael Bouyea (Drums, guitar, vocals), Thomas Flanigan (lead guitar, vocals), Kurt Robinson (organ), John Folcik (bass). They were originally known as The Rogues, who released one single, "It’s the Same All Over" on the local Peyton label, and started to build a strong local following.

In April 1966 they drove to New York City and booked time at Capitol's studios, their main aim being to re-record their first single, but also recording several more songs at the same time, including Bouyea's "Going All the Way". Atco Records liked their material, but insisted on a name change to The Squires, and "Going All the Way" was released in September 1966.
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Alt 30.04.2013, 12:07   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #24
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The Plagues - I’ve Been Through It Before


Year: 1966
Country: Lansing, Michigan US
Label: Fenton

Plain Brown Wrapper - You'll Pay


Year: 1968
Country: Lansing, Michigan US
Label: This Is Music(Fenton)
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Bill Malone, lead singer and bassist for The Plagues:
“We were basically a Beatles band to start with,” Malone said. “We did all Beatles tunes. Then we started branching out. We also liked the Byrds and the Animals. It wasn’t long after our first show at Everett High School that we played Waverly Junior High School — we nearly started a riot,” Malone recalled. “It was like something out of ‘Hard Day’s Night.’ We had a big local following; there were about 300 kids in our fan club.”

The Plagues, which also consisted of Van Decker (lead guitar), Phil Nobach (drums) and James Hosley (rhythm guitar).
After the Plagues broke up in 1966, Malone briefly fronted another Lansing garage band, the Frightened Trees. He then permanently relocated to California in April 1967. Malone began a job at Don Post Studios where he molded masks for films, including the Michael Myers mask for the classic 1978 film “Halloween.” He later became a director, with a resume that includes the 1999 remake of “House on Haunted Hill.”

The other Plagues stayed in Lansing. Decker, Nobach and Hosley began working to reform a band in the fall of 1966. With the addition of Scott Durbin and, later, Steve Allen, the band became the Plain Brown Wrapper. Decker said Plain Brown Wrapper, which broke up in 1974, was more experimental than the Plagues.

Van Decker: “The Wrapper was influenced by American groups like the Beach Boys, Motown and some jazz artists.(The sound) had a lot to do with Scott Durbin, who was an experienced jazz musician. Scott's trumpet playing and piano talents made it possible to explore a much wider variety of styles, which carried over into our original material.”
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Alt 30.04.2013, 12:29   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #25
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Park Avenue Playground - The Trip


Year: 1967
Country: Lansing, Illinois
Label: USA
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The Park Avenue Playground, from Lansing, Illinois, contributed a song that is undoubtably a highlight of the entire set. Written by George Eder, 'The Trip' is now rightfully regarded as a classic and receives far more praise and recognition than 'I Know', the top side. Both songs are excellent examples, however, of the Windy Scene late '60's scene.

Members: George Eder, rhythm guitar; Doug Maxeiner, drums; Ron Howard, lead guitar; Tom Tyrell, bass; Mike Jones, organ.

George Eder: "There was never a deal with USA. We had 500 copies made for radio distribution. Someone at USA liked the record and plastered their label over the generic white label while we were in signing negotiations with them which never reached fruition."
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Alt 02.05.2013, 13:13   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #26
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Lyn And The Invaders - Boy Is Gone


Year :1966
Country: Michigan US
Label: Fenton
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Lyn and the Invaders gründeten sich ende 1964 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mitglieder waren Linda Nowicki(Gesang), Fred Munch(Keyboard), Randy Bear(Bass), David Bergsma(Gitarre) und Bob Phillips(Schlagzeug)

1966 wurde die Single von Fenton gepresst, nach Umbesetzungen in der Band wurde 1967 "Boy Is Gone" auf einem privatem Label(Prophonics) unter dem Band Namen "The Incredible Invaders" gepresst meiner Meinung nach ist die Fenton Version besser, die spätere Pressung ist eine Up-Tempo-Version des Songs und klingt ,finde ich, wie ein "Rummelbuden-Song"...
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Alt 02.05.2013, 13:46   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #27
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The Mondels - You'll Never Come Back To Stay


Year: 1967
Country: Georgia
Label: Gaye
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Einen Beitrag gibt es auf GH allerdings nicht wirklich reich an Infos deswegen verlinke ich den Beitrag nur..
http://www.garagehangover.com/tag/mondels/
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Alt 03.05.2013, 09:34   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #28
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Wee Four - Weird


Year: 1966
Country: New York
Label: Nu Sound Ltd.
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Ein interessantes Interview gibt es hier..
http://www.60sgaragebands.com/interviews/weefour.html
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Alt 03.05.2013, 09:49   60s-Garage-Psych-Database-Archive #29
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The Outcasts - 1523 Blair


Year: 1967
Country: Texas
Label: Gallant
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The Outcasts are a garage rock band from San Antonio, Texas that released a total of five singles between 1965 and 1967. Their most well-known songs are I'm in Pittsburgh (And it's Raining), and 1523 Blair; their recordings have been reissued on many compilation albums. According to the Ugly Things compilation album notes, they are the best known of at least 10 bands of this name that were active in the mid-1960s, followed by the band from Manhasset, New York.

The Outcasts were formed in San Antonio in late 1963 by Buddy Carson, Rickey Wright and Denny Turner. In late 1964, Jim Carsten and then Jim Ryan joined the band. This line-up prevailed until the band's fifth single.

According to member Denny Turner, they had all of the trappings of a successful rock band: a succession of managers (Sally Senter and Major John Carson), go-go dancers, a fan club with a regular newsletter, and adoring fans. Their performances at area military clubs led to gigs as opening act for Herman's Hermits in San Antonio and Austin. In 1965, the Outcasts were even invited to appear in Houston, Texas with the Beatles. but turned down the opportunity; the Five Americans took their place at the concert.

In May 1966, they shared a bill with the 13th Floor Elevators (ticket pictured) and also appeared at Texas Teen Fairs and other venues with such popular acts as Lou Christie, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Peter and Gordon, and the Rolling Stones.

The Outcasts regularly participated in Battle of the Bands competitions, usually placing first or second; in 1966, the band won the competition statewide, at the peak of garage rock fervor, beating the large number of bands that were then active in Texas...
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The Soulbenders - Seven And Seven Is


Year: 1967
Country: Michigan
Label: Phantasm
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The Soul Benders were a teenage garage combo hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan that achieved a great deal of local success with high-octane covers of 'Hey Joe' and 'Seven And Seven Is.'...
Das Interview hier..http://www.60sgaragebands.com/soulbenders.html

Das Original stammt von der Band "Love", "7 and 7 is" wurde von mehreren Bands gecovert, glaube mal was gelesen zu haben das es mit dem Battle of the Bands Contest zusammenhing, das Soulbenders cover finde ich mit am genialsten deswegen hab ich's gepostet!

Es gibt auch einen Beitrag auf GH
http://www.garagehangover.com/7and7is/
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