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Post  The Longhaired on Thu Mar 06, 2008 12:59 am

A place where you can post your garagepunk links and descriptions.


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Post  The Longhaired on Thu Mar 06, 2008 1:08 am

RENAISSANCE FAIR
Information about mostly obscure garage, R'n'B, Mod & psychedelic 45s 1964-72 and beyond especially neo garage bands. Other cool sixties ephemera will be added occasionally

MILESAGO
The #1 website for Australasian music and popular culture 1964-1975

GARAGEHANGOVER
Chas Kit's fantastic blog on obscure garage pop/punk/psychic records

Garagelist
Mark Taylor's comprehensive list
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Post  The Longhaired on Thu Mar 06, 2008 1:15 am

BEYOND THE BEAT GENERATION
Welcome to the world of obscurity.
This is an archive - a museum!
BEYOND THE BEAT GENERATION archives and publishes the entire, long forgotten 'wild' musical gems out of the great years of the sixties (1965-1969) to a bright audience by using today's technology as we call 'Stream Radio'.

We broadcast 24 hours non-stop through the Internet the music formerly known as: Hippie music, Underground, 60's punk, Flower Power, Mod, Free-Form-Freak-out, Garage music, Psychedelia or Teen Beat, the weirdest, the worst, the most powerful and nastiest ever recorded.
During the 60's all teens were obsessed by music, but only a few touched surface, all groups wanted to be, sound like, or look like 'The Beatles', 'The Rolling Stones', 'Pink Floyd', 'The Doors', 'Jefferson Airplane' or 'The Velvet Underground'.
Music was a movement. Music was the expression of a lifestyle. Music was politics, a protest against establishment, wars and society.

My First Band
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60s Garage Bands
To that end, 60sgaragebands.com will attempt to provide information on all the latest happenings on the '60's garage rock scene, including - but not limited to - news on CD/LP reissues, major concert appearances, movie/DVD releases, noteworthy book and magazine articles, and recent discoveries of long lost demos, acetates, records, and even archival film footage.

Equally as important, 60sgaragebands.com will present exclusive interviews of and recollections by the musicians that created and shaped the music of the 1960's garage band explosion. It was, after all, their contributions that helped define the music of the most exciting and turbulent decade of the 20th Century.

The Interviews, Band Bios, and Scenes & Things sections will be updated monthly. The News & Nuggets, Release Dates, Reviews and Cameos sections will be updated much more frequently. Be sure to check back often.

1960's Northwest Bands
Your Guide to Pacific Northwest Bands that started in the 1960's
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Post  The Longhaired on Sun Mar 09, 2008 6:55 am

Wild About You
When the subject of 1960s Aussie garage-punk/R&B/psych music comes up in conversation, most aficionados of the genre will grin knowingly, nod enthusiastically and immediately rattle off a list of their personal fave raves. A list that inevitably includes: the Missing Links (Wild About You, Youíre Driving Me Insane), the Purple Hearts (Early in the Morning, Of Hopes & Dreams & Tombstones), Toni McCann (No, My Baby), the Throb (Black, Fortune Teller), the Wild Cherries (Thatís Life, Krome Plated Yabby), the Black Diamonds (I Want Need Love You, See the Way), the Elois (By My Side), the Atlantics (Come On, Itís a Hard Life), the Moods (Rum Drunk), the Pink Finks (Louie Louie), the Morloch (Time Machine), the Running Jumping Standing Still (Diddy Wah Diddy, My Girl), the Lost Souls (This Life of Mine) and a hundred others besides. Not a bad gallery of legendary names and awesome recordings, hey?
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