The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” vs. The Rolling Stones’ “Their Satanic Majesties Request.” Which album is the most psychedelic?
When discussing legendary psychedelic garage bands of the 1960s, the Chocolate Watchband is at the top of the list. Much to the elation of fans and music critics, the group has recorded a new album of their most popular tunes.
This week, the classical master, Bach, is the meat in a Fab Four record auction sandwich.
The name Patrick Campbell-Lyons is a lot better known today than it ever was during the period he covers in this book… and he has Nirvana to thank for that.
13th Floor Elevators’ Sign Of The 3-Eyed Men reviewed by Peter Lindblad.
“Garage Records Price and Reference Guide: 1960’s Garage, Psychedelic And Uncharted Rock 45s” by Barry Wickham and Geoffrey Richman, reviewed by Stephen M.H. Braitman.