Various - Pebbles Vol. 5 download album
Various – Pebbles Vol. 5. Label: BFD Records – BFD-5022. A masterpiece of the compiler's art from start to finish Pebbles 5 has essential teen grunt from The Tree (a band that seemed to have a lot of problems with those goddamned wimmin, coming across like hard-done-by 60 year old bluesmen on No Good Woman), The Dirty Wurds' Why - one of the rawest and punkest garage records ever made, and. The Plague's Go Away, more nihilism from the brink of oblivion. The Fe-F-Four Plus Two 'I Wanna Come Back From The World of LSD' really belongs on vol. 3 The Acid Gallery.
Pebbles Vol. 5 (LP, Comp, Unofficial). BFD Records, BFD Records. I could go through every track and explain why each one is a masterpiece (there's not a bad track on the album) but that would be quite boring. Suffice to say - this volume was exceptionally well compiled and the sleeve notes by Vic Figlar are very informative. I got hold of my first copy around 1983 when I sent off for some records from a small ad at the back of Melody Maker (some guy was selling all his garage punk and psychedelic albums). When the record arrived it was cracked so the guy sent me a copy of Psychedelic Unknowns vol. 2 as compensation.
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Cool & Cocky Guys Night Out Road Trip. Pebbles, Vol. 1: Original '60s Punk & Psych Classics. Originally compiled as a semi-bootleg vinyl compilation in the 1980s, as a thematic follow-up to the classic proto-punk anthology NUGGETS, PEBBLES VOL. 1 is now a legitimate anthology of rare and vintage garage rock singles from the style's 1960s heyday. The point of the PEBBLES compilations has always been that they take it as given that the listener is familiar with the best-known works in the style, such as the Count Five's "Psychotic Reaction.
1. Various Artists - Back From The Grave, Volume Five (Full Album) (1965-1967) (re-1985). Published: 10 months ago. Duration: 37:19. 5) Original 60s Punk & Psych. 11. Back From The Grave VOL LP (GARAGE 60'S). Published: 6 months ago. Duration: 41:10.
With 28 volumes in their vinyl version of the series and another 23 volumes in the companion High in the Mid-Sixties series (not to mention its ten-volume Rough Diamonds set), to put it all out on compact disc would have been perhaps a bit much, even for the most perversely dedicated of fuzz fanatics. What Bomp has opted for instead is to cherry-pick the absolutely most-requested tracks from the original volumes, then pad it out with a similar number of super-obscure and ultra-rare bonus tracks. Highlights include the Rogues' "How Many Times," Neal Ford & the Fanatics'.
Pebbles Volume Five LP. Artist. Pebbles Vo. - 14 - Yesterday's Children - I Wanna Be With You. 2:28. - 07 - The Merry Dragons - Universal Vagrant.
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