Winston's Fumbs • Real Crazy Apartment
Psych from '67 featuring former Small Faces member Jimmy Winston and Tony Kaye, later of Yes.
Tages • I Cry
Garage punk from '66 by Sweden's finest. Their bass player is no other than my apartment neighbour.
|Rare live pictures from 1966|
The Majority • One Third
Freakbeat from '66. Dig the harmony vocals and the guitar solo.
|"This must be what heaven is like!" The Majority performing at|
the Playboy club.
The Wheels • Road Block
More garage punk from '66. Straight ripped from "Mysic Eyes" by Them, but damn good anyway.
|The Wheels back in the day.|
Freakbeat from 1965/66. Later known as John's Children.
A Band Of Angels • Not True As Yet
British pop from '64 featuring Mike d'Abo, later of Manfred Mann.