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1. Them - Secret Police

The Belfast Gypsies' sole album was first issued in Scandinavia by Sonet in 1967. Though the lettering on the sleeve led many to incorrectly think it was an album by Them titled "Belfast Gypsies," the name of the group is indeed the Belfast Gypsies (though some of the group had played in Them when Van Morrison was their lead singer), and the album title Them Belfast Gypsies. That clarification out of the way, as for the music itself, producer Kim Fowley gives this rough-hewn R&B a manic, freaky edge on cuts like "People, Let's Freak Out," "Suicide Song," and "Secret Police." The Them-like atmosphere is heightened by singer Jackie McAuley, who's very much a Van Morrison-style vocalist ("Gloria's Dream" is a blatant cop of "Gloria"), though not in Morrison's league.

From the album: Them Belfast Gypsies
Release Date 1967

2. The Rattles - Cauliflower

The Rattles are a German rock band, formed in Hamburg in 1960, most prominently known for their 1970 psychedelic hit single, "The Witch".

Label: Star-Club Records 148 583 STF Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Country: Germany
Released: 1967

3. Terry Knight & The Pack - Love, Love, Love, Love, Love

Terry Knight and the Pack (earlier known as the Pack) was an American garage rock band formed in Flint, Michigan in 1965. The band was signed to the Lucky Eleven label throughout most of its short recording career, and they produced one national hit with their cover version of the song, "I (Who Have Nothing)". Despite their inability to replicate their success, the band was still a frequent attraction in the Michigan rock scene. The Pack was fronted by singer, Terry Knight. In 1967, the group disbanded, but two of the members of the band, drummer/vocalist Don Brewer and guitarist Mark Farner, would later go on to form another band, Grand Funk Railroad.

Label: Lucky Eleven ‎LE-235 Vinyl, 7" 45 RPM
Released: 1968

4. Painted Faces - I Lost You In My Mind

The Painted Faces were an American garage rock and psychedelic band from Fort Myers, Florida who were active from 1967 through 1969, who were not only popular in Florida but achieved a following outside of their own region by playing regular shows in New York City and elsewhere. After disbanding they became practically unknown for a number of years, but since the 1980s, with the reissue their songs on various compilations, they have come to the attention of garage rock and psychedelic devotees. They are known for songs such as "Anxious Color" which England's Mojo Magazine named one of the top 100 psychedelic songs of all time."

Label: Manhattan 811 7" 45 RPM
Released: 1967
From the CD: Anxious Color
Re-released: 1994

5. Stellius - What I'd Like

Label: Disc'Az AZ 10 554 Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Series: Série Gémeaux – SG 176
Country: France
Released: 1970

6. Ramases - Life Child

Ramases, born Kimberley Barrington Frost, was a British psychedelic musician who released two cult albums in the early 1970s.

From the album: Space Hymns
Released: 1971

7. Legay - No-One

No-One 1968 single by a band who later became Gypsy (UK). Their only single, released in 1968. A rarity, It has become a cult psychedelic classic.

Label: Fontana ‎TF 904 UK Vinyl 7" 45 RPM Single
Released: February 1968

8. Pure Jade Green - Into the Sun

Very little is known about this record...

From the Collectables CD: The Jades Of El Campo & Houston 1965-1969
Released: 1994
Originally circa 1966

9. The Electric Prunes - The Great Banana Hoax

Underground is the second studio album by the American garage rock band, The Electric Prunes, and was released in 1967 on Reprise Records.

From the album: Underground
Released: September 1967

10. Gandalf - Hang On To A Dream

Gandalf were an American psychedelic rock band formed in 1965 in New York. Originally called the Rahgoos, the group consisted of guitarist Peter Sando, bassist Bob Muller, keyboardist Frank Hubach and drummer Davy Bauer.

From the album: Gandalf
Released: 1969

11. The Golden Dawn - Reaching Out To You

The Golden Dawn are an American psychedelic rock band formed in Austin, Texas, in 1966. The band released one album titled Power Plant before breaking up soon after the album's release in 1968.

From the album: Power Plant
Released: 1968

12. The Association - Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies

Renaissance is the second album by The Association. This was their last album recorded for the Valiant Records label, and was reissued by Warner Bros. Records after the company acquired Valiant. The album peaked at #34 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Although it had no chart toppers like the LPs that came before and after it, two singles reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies" reached #35 in late 1966 and "No Fair At All" peaked at #51 in early 1967.

From the album: Renaissance
Released: November 1966

13. The Morning Dew - Sycamore Dreamer

The Morning Dew was an American garage rock band formed in Topeka, Kansas, and active between 1966 and 1971. In the group's existence, they became a popular attraction, spearheading the growth of psychedelic music in the region.

From the album: The Morning Dew
Released: 1967

14. Little Joe - Days 'til Morning

Label: MGM K14129
Released: 1970

15. Forest - Graveyard

Forest were an English psychedelic-folk / acid-folk trio who formed in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, in 1966. Made up of brothers Martin Welham, Adrian Welham and school friend Dez Allenby, they started out performing unaccompanied traditional folk music in a similar vein to contemporaries The Watersons and The Young Tradition. The band were pioneers of the nascent 1960s underground acoustic-psychedelic/acid-folk scene writing unconventionally crafted songs evoking Britain's ancient groves using a variety of acoustic instruments.

From the album: Full Circle
Released: 1970

16. Tea & Symphony - Terror In My Soul

Tea and Symphony was a British musical group of the late 1960s and early 1970s whose style may be described as "progressive folk".

From the album: An Asylum for the Musically Insane
Released: 1969

17. Matching Mole - O Caroline

Matching Mole was an English progressive rock band associated with the Canterbury scene. Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine and recorded his first solo album The End of an Ear.

Matching Mole is the eponymous debut album from the English Canterbury scene progressive rock band Matching Mole.

From the album: Matching Mole
Released: April 8, 1972

18. The Wailers - Walk Thru the People

The Wailers, often credited as The Fabulous Wailers, were an American rock band from Tacoma, Washington.

From the album: Walk Thru the People
Released: 1968

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