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60's Garage Rock Bands

Discussion in '60's Music' started by Flower, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. Death on Credit

    Death on Credit Senior Member

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    Awesome! I found Psychedelic Lollipop in a used record store a couple of weeks ago, and I was stoked. It's probably one of the most appropriate album titles I've ever heard too. They're an excellent mix of Stones-esque garage rock, psychedelia, and bubblegum.
     
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    A beautie garage tune indeed:):cheers2:bow::pimp::)
     
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    The Monks - Monk Time

    Great music, very punk-like.
     
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    the litter & electras
     
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    I'm only going by one song, but I love the Syndicate of Sound. "Little Girl" is a stone classic.
     
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    Phil B. Far Out Man!

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    The Seeds

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    It's A Hard Life



    Evil Hoodoo

     
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    I'm so glad to know the fact that The Sonics are still standing on the stage.
     
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    Was always partial to the Standells. Very raw sounding and believe or not they are not from Boston, although they became very popular there. I wonder why.:rolleyes: They were originally from Los Angeles. Very raw sounding.





     

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