Archive for January, 2010

Green Crystal Ties vol. 10

DIG IT HERE….and LEAVE A COMMENT!

http://rapidshare.com/files/298025837/Green10.zip

Leave a comment »

Garage Beat ’66 vol. 1

Leave a comment »

Leave a comment »

Garage Punk Unknowns vol. 8

Leave a comment »

“THAT DRIVING BEAT” 60’s U.K. FREAKBEAT vol.3

Download link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Q1WU2481

EVEN THOUGH YOU DONT HAVE THE GUTTS TO LEAVE A COMMENT-ENJOY THIS ANYWAY!

1. Jynx – “How” (2:16)
2. Blues Council – “Baby, Don’t Look Down” (2:03)
3. Knack – “Time, Time, Time” (2:46)
4. Regents – “Words” (2:13)
5. Laurie Jay Combo – “Just a Little Bit” (2:06)
6. Four + One – “Don’t Lie to Me” (1:52)
7. Tony Knight’s Chessmen – “Surfer Street” (2:47)
8. Scorpions – “Just Like Me” (2:13)
9. Miki Dallon – “Gonna Find a Cave” (2:17)
10. Bad Boys – “That’s What I’ll Do” (2:44)
11. Mark Four – “Work All Day (Sleep All Night)” (2:57)
12. Bobby Patrick Big Six – “Sweet Talk Me Baby” (2:09)
13. Snobs – “Buckleshoe Stomp” (2:15)
14. Shots – “She’s a Liar” (2:21)
15. College Boys – “I’m Gonna Cry” (1:54)
16. Preachers – “Too Old in the Head” (1:56)
17. Trekkas – “Please Go” (2:27)
18. Wayne Gibson & the Dynamic Sounds – “See You Later, Alligator” (2:23)
19. Muldoons – “I’m Lost Without You” (2:46)
20. Rockin’ Vickers – “I Don’t Need Your Kind” (2:31)
21. Puppets – “Baby Don’t Cry” (2:01)
22. Nocturns – “Carryin’ On” (3:22)
23. Roadhogs – “My Generation” (3:14)
24. Quakers – “Down the Road Apiece” (2:55)
25. Herbie’s People – “Sweet and Tender Romance” (1:53)
26. Rey Anton & the Peppermint Men – “Don’t Treat Me Bad” (2:17)
27. Fenmen – “I’ve Got Everything You Need” (2:07)
28. A Band of Angels – “Me” (2:03)
29. Rats – “Parchman Farm” (2:33)
30. Kingsize Taylor – “Somebody’s Always Trying” (1:54)
31. Chancis – “Tell Me” (3:09)

Comments (3) »

THE OUTSIDERS 1968 GARAGE FROM AMSTERDAM!

The Outsiders were a Dutch band from Amsterdam. Their period of greatest popularity in the Netherlands was from 1965-67, but they released records until 1969. In recent years their legacy has extended far beyond Holland, as the group is today revered as one of the most distinctive progenitors of the “garage rock” genre.

Featuring Wally Tax (vocals), Ronnie Splinter (guitar), Appie Rammers (bass guitar), Tom Krabbendam (guitar), Leendert “Buzz” Busch (drums), and Frank Beek (bass guitar 1968-1969), the band exemplified the “Nederbeat Sound”, a raw and immediate Dutch take on rock ‘n’ roll created in the wake of the 60s British Invasion. Unlike the many European bands influenced by the Beatles, the Outsiders took their cues from harder-edged British groups like The Pretty Things (who frequently toured the Netherlands) and The Rolling Stones. In November 1965, in in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Outsiders were a supporting act in the The Rolling Stones’ second Dutch concert. However, others have cited influences as wide-ranging as Buddy Holly, Jacques Brel, and Love (band), as well as Eastern European folk influence from Tax’s Russian Roma ethnic roots. The Outsiders developed a reputation for a wild and raucous stage act, and were eventually banned from various venues.

DOWNLOAD HERE

Download link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Y8KD06BL

Comments (2) »