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  • The Heathens

    The Heathens came from Schenectady, New York. The band have release one single: "The Other Way Around/Problems" for the "Vibra" label, in 1967. The a-side is a powerful 60's punk rock tune, with gritty vocals, pounding drums, and a fabulous guitar break. The b-side is a garage rock song with rock an...
  • The Guilloteens

    The Guilloteens came from Memphis, Tennessee. In 1965 the band have released the single "I Don't Believe/Hey You!" for the popular label "Hanna-Barbera Records", the same label of the band The Unrelated Segments. This is one of my favorite garage bands. The a-side, "I Don't Believe", is a normal gar...
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  • The World Ain't Around It's Square by The Savages

    The Savages came from Bermuda. For the label "Duane Records", have released the song "The World Ain't Around It's Square" in 1966. The Savages is one of the most famous 60's garage bands. The song is a fabulous garage punk tune with intense screams, pounding drum beat and a fantastic guitar. One of ...
  • The Starfyres

    This 60's garage group came from Lansford, Pennsylvania. This group have released their only single in 1966: "Captain Dueseldorph/No Room For Your Love" on the "Burr Records" label. The a-side is a slow ballad, the b-side is a powerful frat punk tune.  The Starfyres - Captain Dueseldorp...
  • The Children Of The Night

    Another fabulous 60's garage tune. This band came from Old Saybrook, Connecticut. The Children Of The Night have released this fantastic single in 1967 for the label "Bella Records". The record is titled "World Of Tears/Don't Cry Little Girl". The a-side is a psychedelic punk tune with teen vocals a...
  • The Moon Dawgs

    One of my favorite 60's garage/psych tunes. This band came from New Orleans, Louisiana. The song is titled "Keep On Pushing" and the record was released in 1968 for the "Round Records" label. Of this tune, I want to say many things: the bass line is very catching. The organ is hypnotic. The fuzzed g...
  • The Keggs

    Here's another of my favorite garage tunes!!! This single was released in 1967 by The Keggs, a 60's garage band from Detroit, Michigan. The record is titled "To Find Out/Girl". My favorite song of this record is the b-side, "Girl", for the acid guitar. The song "To Find Out", is a fantastic 60's pun...
  • The Blue Beats

    A nice female voice for this 60's garage band!!! This garage band came from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The only single of this band was released in 1965. The a-side, titled "Bad Girl", is awesome. The voice of the female singer is gritty and snarling. The b-side "Am I The One" is good, but my favor...
  • Dexter & The Derbies

    Another excellent 60's garage tune: "Time", by Dexter & The Derbies, a 60's garage teen band from Athens, Alabama. This tune was released in 1967. The age of this band teens are 12 years old for each member. This song is one of my favorites for the style: the beat of the drums, the intense guitar an...
  • The Bends

    One of my favorite 60's garage rock tunes. The Bends have released this fantastic song, titled "If It's All The Same To You", in 1966. Love the guitar, the vocals and the style of this powerful garage tune. The band came from Bristol, Connecticut. The record was released for the "Rebel" label. Th...