You’ll hear a KILLER 1968 live cut by Bobbie Gentry off the “Girl from Chickasaw County” box set; a single-only release by Canned Heat; tracks from the ’67 debut albums by Al Green, Fairport Convention (pictured), and Procol Harum; 45s by garage bands the Moving Sidewalks, the Aardvarks, and the King Bees… and much more.
Album tracks by the Kinks, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and the Beatles; 45s by Margie Hendrix, the Gants, the Foggy Notions, and Saturday’s Children, and Howard Tate; plus songs by the Grateful Dead, the Gestures, Dantalian’s Chariot, the American Breed, and many others.
Fashion icon of the decade Twiggy is asked to dance by photographer Norman Parkinson in this mini-feature.
Sometimes these Soho favorites were known as “the little people” because they were small….. and only averaged around age 14 at the time this was recorded!
From the Uk, 1968. This band morphed into an art-rock group called Audience, which gained a bit of a cult following.
This song by sisters Patty and Sue Nunn makes me sad, nostalgic, and hopeful all at the same time. Every time I hear it, I’m reminded that “summer” can be many things.
Even the kids in Minnesota got into the garage scene!