Featured: The lone single from a soul super group whose vision was to be a collective force for good, great b-sides by the Rascals and the Electric Prunes, a live cut from the Chambers Brothers, plus Cream, ? And the Mysterians, St Steven, Simon & Garfunkel, cool 45s, and many more.
On tap: a 1965 single by the Golden Earrings—8 years before they dropped the “the” and the ‘s” and had a global hit with “Radar Love”— also, album cuts by the Who, the Count Five, and the Beatles…plus HP Lovecraft, the Tremeloes, Bob Lind, garage band 45s, and more.
We’ve got album cuts by the Steve Miller Band, the Grass Roots, Buffalo Springfield, the Staple Singers, and the Monkees; 45s by Dry Ice, the VIPs, the Preachers, the Precisions, and Downliners Sect; plus more great records from the swingin’ 60s.
Lined up for your listening and dancing pleasure: early Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane from late ’67, Van Morrison from his solo debut in ’67, plus the Orange Bicycle, the Outsiders, Glen Campbell, the Yellow Payges, Plastic Cloud, and many more.
Stacked up by the turntable: a 1965 single by the Band– before they were the band—, a ’67 album cut by the 13th Floor Elevators, a ’69 album cut by Dion, plus songs by Tim Rose, the Remains, Dusty Springfield, Moby Grape, and lots of other records from the 1960s.
Who wouldn’t love this clip? Pat & Lolly Vegas (later to be known as Redbone) perform a cool song in a monster’s mouth at a club called the Dungeon while a girl wearing a tiara, gloves,go-go boots, and a bikini with fringe dances in front of them. ‘Nuff said.
From the culminating scene in the film. Lulu makes the introduction and after a little subterfuge, student Pam (Judy Geeson) gets her dance with “Sir” (Sidney Poitier) while the Mindbenders play.