It’s a special two-hour show at 45 revolutions per minute as we listen to some of our favorite obscure 45s . You won’t hear the Beatles or the Stones or the Kinks– but you WILL hear the 40 Watt Banana, Ervin Rucker, the Cherry Slush, the Misty Wizards, the Four Shells, 1863 Establishment, the Family Goat, and more.
We’ll listen to a 1969 Deep Purple performance from the BBC Top Gear program, a Velvet Underground track that sat on the shelf for almost 20 years, a cool Ray Charles b-side, garage band singles out of Texas, plus records by the Blues Project, the Equals, and many others.
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We’ll listen to listen to a US-only Zombies single from the summer of ’69, 45s by the Gaylords, the Livin’ End, Randy & the Radiants, and Haymarket Riot; some great soul from Spencer Wiggins, Barbara West, and Cliff Nobles, plus Traffic, Procol Harum, and more.
In this show: a ’67 album cut by the Youngbloods, a single by the Seeds from that same year, a Beatles album track, a ’69 b-side by the Rascals, a 45 by the Swedish beat group Tages, plus Kim Weston, the Rogue Show, the Truth, and more.
Records by Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band, the Strawbs, the Blues Magoos, Neal Ford & The Fanatics, and many others, plus a 1966 recording by the pre-CCR Golliwogs, a ’69 Sly & the Family Stone album cut, and a 1965 Rolling Stones b-side.
Some of the icons we’ll hear from this hour are Aretha Franklin, the Who, Donovan, and the 13th Floor Elevators. From the obscurity files we’ll check out records by: the Eccentrics, Elfstone, the Herd, the Human Expression, Eire Apparent, the meddyEVILS, and more.
A ’64 track by the Byrds, a Troggs album cut, one from Marianne Faithfull’s debut album, plus Country Joe & the Fish, Beauregard Ajax, Phil Ochs, the Count Five, Sounds of Modification, garage band 45s and more.