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49TH PARALLEL: Close The Barn Door/Twilight Woman (Maverick MA-1004, USA 1968) VG+ € 15,00
  U.S. release of this Canadian garage 45 originally released on the Venture label. The great "Close The Barn Door" was comped on ENDLESS JOURNEY #3.  
AVERY, CHET: Surfin' Bird / COOPER, FRAN - As Usual (Cash Records C 1702, NETHERLANDS 1963) EX/EX (wobc/wol/sol) SOLD
  Super rare Dutch split-45 with PS incl. Chet Avery doin' a boss lo-fi version of Trashmen's "Surfin' Bird" that might well have led to The Cramps' version for their first 45! This was originally a PPX recording issued in the U.S.A. on the Twin Hits label (very hard to find though). Only two Cash Records 45's were ever issued by the Dutch Bovema company, this bein' one of them. I have never seen any other copy for sale (not on eBay, not on Discogs), so this must be extremely hard to find!  
BEST, PETER: Carousel Of Love/Want You (Capitol 2092, USA 1967) M- € 25,00
  U.S. pressing of great 45 by this Oz guy - not the Beatles drummer - who was in Sydney group The Pogs. "Carousel of Love" is great yet bizarre carnivalesque pop psych with twangy sitar, violins, strange time changes etc. and was comped on A FOREST OF GOLD TOPS.  
CALIFORNIANS, THE: Glass Disguise/Nausea Beast (Crazy Horse 1318, USA 1969) M- € 15,00
  Great guitar psych by this California 60's band that also recorded two 45's for the small J.R. & J. record label.  
CHANTELLS, THE: I´m Leavin' Here Today/Break-Down (Century 20445, USA 1965) M- € 50,00
  Cool Virginia 2-sider! Moody garage ballad b/w frat garage with manic vocals, farfisa organ, heavy drums, sax and guitar. Rare 45 on the collectable Century label.  
DEE, RONNIE AND THE STANDARD MEN: If I Could Start My Life Again/About My Love (Gateway 385, USA 1965?) M- € 35,00
  Unknown teen-ish organ/guitar garage 45 by this obscure combo from Pittsburgh, PA. Not mentioned in the TBM book. Rare!  
DUDES, THE: What A Relief, It's All Over/Let's Not Pretend Anymore (Frankie R 111, BELGIUM 1966) VG+/VG SOLD
  Odd Belgian PS release of this Californian 60's folkrock 2-sider, originally released on the Gaiety label and produced by Gary Paxton (The Association, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Tommy Roe etc.). Rare!  
EXCEPTIONS, THE: Ask Me If I Care/Do-Do-Do Bah (Mercury 72562, USA 1966) EX (promo) € 20,00
  Chicago 60's group. The A-s. "Ask Me If I Care" is great catchy beat pop winner! Comes with Mercury company sleeve.  
FIVE BY FIVE: The Burning Desire [Fire]/Hang Up (Vogue DV 14797, GERMANY 1968) VG(+)/VG (wobc/tobc/wol) € 20,00
  Heavy fuzz version of the Jimi Hendrix song b/w great original fuzz punk mover comped on TURDS ON A BUM RIDE #3 / BAD VIBRATIONS #3 / TRIP IN TYME #3. Scarce German issue with group PS.  
GEARS, THE: Feel Right/Explanation (Hillside 1001, USA 1968) M- € 25,00
  Great jangly Ohio organ garage 2-sider. "Explanation" was comped on the DIE TODAY CD. Perfect copy!  
HI-NOON'S, THE: It's Our World/Want It To Last (Hi-Noon HN-100-1/2, USA 1970) M- € 40,00
  Ultra moody Louisiana low key garage 2-sider! The B-s. "Want It To Last" is a haunting SHUTDOWN '66-type ballad with fuzz!  
JADES LTD., THE: Last Chance/You're Not There (Tower 366, USA 1967) VG+ (promo) € 20,00
  Cool NY organ garage stomper! Not on a comp.  
LEE, BARRY: Make It/Things Gotta To Change (Redda no#, USA 1964) VG(+) € 25,00
  Hard to find 45 from Cleveland, Ohio by the same (Italian) guy who recorded as Barry Lee & The Actions. "Things Gotta To Change" is tuff mersey-ish garage beat. "Make It" is great garage pop w/ doo-wop influences. A Rite pressing (13143/4).  
LIVE FIVE, THE: Been Nice Knowin' You Baby/Move Over And Let Me Fly (Piccadilly 233, USA 1967) EX SOLD
  From Salem, Oregon. "Move Over..." is fab organ garage mover. On HIGHS #16, NORTHWEST BATTLE OF THE BANDS #2 etc.  
ME AND DEM GUYS: Black Cloud/Come On Little Sweetheart (Coral Gables 2082, USA 1966) EX € 25,00
  Great '66 Michigan frat rock dancer! "Come On Little Sweetheart" appeared on GAMMA KNEE KAPPA, SCREAM LOUD!!! THE FENTON STORY and GRAVEL #4. Perfect copy!  
MONCKENMIER ENSEMBLE, THE: Golden Wings/Cry The Rain Down (Sonoplay SN-20.021, SPAIN 1967) EX/VG (woc/sobc/wol) € 40,00
  Unknown Spanish-only 45 by this NY 60's group! The B-s. "Cry the Rain Down" is a true psych garage winner! Sticker removal damage on sleeve and label. RARE!!  
NIGHT SOUNDS, THE: The Story Of A Tear/I Didn't Mean To (Sound Of Soul MRI-001/2, USA 1967) M- SOLD
  First of two singles by this group from Tucson, Arizona. The B-s. "I Didn't Mean To" is a cool hammond garage swinger. Uncomped, rare & in perfect condition!  
O'DELL, KENNY: Beautiful People/Flower Girl/Sunshine Dreaming/You'll Break Me Yet (Gamma GX 07-477, MEXICO 1967) VG+/VG++ (swoc) € 25,00
  Mexican EP by this U.S. singer/songwriter. The wonderful "Flower Girl" was included on the MYSTIC MALES compilation. "Sunshine Dreaming" and "You´ll Break Me Yet" are otherwise only to be found on his debut-LP "Beautiful People". Rare!  
OTHER HALF, THE: What Can I Do For You/Bad Day (Acta 819, USA 1968) VG(+) (promo) € 25,00
  Cool fast paced fuzzed garage rocker ("Bad Day") by this Cailfornian 60's group. Plays fine.  
PAPER SUN, THE: Sweetest Thing On My Mind/Here Comes Tomorrow (Abbey 0101, USA 1969) VG(+) SOLD
  Scarce sole 45 issued by this band from Cleveland, Ohio. The B-s. "Here Comes Tomorrow" is great Brit-influenced organ/guitar psych garage w/ break. This band later on changed their name to Freeport and recorded an album for Mainstream. Slight edge warp, but plays fine.  
ROACHES, THE: Someone With A Heart/Night Life (Springfield Records RI 1664, USA 1964) EX/EX € 300,00
  Great early surfish garage 45 out of Springfield, Virginia. "Someone With A Heart" was included on ALIENS, PSYCHOS & WILD THINGS #2. This copy comes with the original and SUPER RARE group PS (autographed by 3 of the 6 band members). which has never appeared on eBay before! Both record and sleeve are in excellent condition.  
ROVING MOB, THE: Cause That's The Way Love Should Be/You'r The One (WLC 630, USA 1966) VG++ SOLD
  Fab Ohio teen garage 2-sider! Moody folk garage jangler b/w fast organ frat garage screamer comped on Arf Arf's YEAH YEAH YEAH. Rare!  
SHAGGS, THE: Mean Woman Blues/She Makes Me Happy (Capitol C 006-80 149, GERMANY 1969) VG++/EX € 25,00
  Michigan 60's grp., not of Shaggs of "Philosophy Of The World" fame. The B-s. "She Makes Me Happy" = jangly garage pop favourite! Scarce German pressing with PS. Got a "5" in the TBM book. Comped on WYLD SYDES #9.  
SOLIPS, THE: A Woman's Blues/He Was A Friend Of Mine (Youngstown Y-608, USA 1967) M- SOLD
  Scarce 45 by Memphis-based folk rock trio incl. a moody version of "He Was A Friend Of Mine". This group would later on become The Insect Trust.  
TANGERINE ZOO, THE: One More Heartache/Trip To The Zoo (Mainstream 682, USA 1968) VG- € 15,00
  Boston area 60's band. Tuff Hammond garage version of the Miracles/M. gaye song b/w freaked out heavy organ psych. Not the best copy you can think of, but plays OK...and cheap!  
TOUCHSTONE: Walk Out In The Rain/Give Me Leeway (Sound Machine 10051, USA 1969) EX € 30,00
  Great late 60's Kalamazoo Michigan 2-sider. Catchy garage pop b/w great heavy acid psych. Rare!  
TROLLS, THE: Something Here Inside/Laughing All The Way (ABC 10884, USA 1966) VG+ (promo/xol) € 15,00
  Chicago 60's group. Fab melodic pop beat 2-sider. "Something Here Inside" was on GRAVEL #4. Comes with ABC company sleeve.  
TROPHIES, THE: Walking The Dog/Somethin' Else (Nork Record Co. 79907/8, USA 1964) EX € 30,00
  Early rockin' garage 45 by this group from Brattlebaro, Vermont. Eddie Cochran's "Somethin' Else" was incl. on PSYCHEDELIC UNKNOWNS #9.