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Powered By Love – Powered By Love

Powered By Love – was a band from Victorville, California in 1967. The band was composed of lead singer and writer of the song “Powered By Love”, Billy Guy, the leader of the band and rhythm guitar- Randy Smith, lead guitarist- Johnny Navarre, [...]
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Denims – White Ship

The Denims, from the borough of Queens in New York, definitely saved their best until last with the a-side of their final single, the monumental ‘White Ship’. Not to say that the rest of their catalogue isn’t worth checking out. I’m sure [...]
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The Tree – No Good Woman

The Tree is an American 60’s garage band from Wilmington, Delaware. “No Good Woman” Appears on the garage compaltion Pebbles vol. 5. Very little is known about the group, but interestingly enough, there were on an R&B label owned by a black [...]
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The Six Deep – Girl It’s Over

The Deep Six were a 6-piece (5m 1f) psychedelic folk band from San Diego, who achieved minor success in the mid-sixties with one single and their first and last,eponymous album: Between late 1965 and early 1966 Deep Six were riding the crest of a [...]
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Ray Brown and The Whispers – Ain’t It Strange

Ray Brown & the Whispers were a highly successful Australian rock band from 1964 to 1967. Led by singer Ray Brown, they ranked alongside the Easybeats, Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs and Normie Rowe as one of the most popular acts of the period. In [...]
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Medallions – Leave Me Alone

“Leave Me Alone” is a tough number, heavy on the tambourine and group vocals. It was written by Ralph Mullin. The flip is “She’ll Break Your Heart”, a Buddy Holly-type ballad written by Byron Penn. Virian J. Wadford produced the 45. It [...]
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The Gants – Bad Boy

The Gants were an American garage rock band of the 1960s. One of the few outfits of its kind to emerge from the Deep South, the group was originally known as The Kingsmen (but not to be confused with likewise-named Kingsmen who had the hit [...]
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Inn Crowd – Go Away

Baton Rouge group the Inn Crowd recorded a few 45s, all produced by Sam Montel (a pseudonym for S.J. Montalbano), and released on his Montel-Michelle and Michelle labels. Bill Johnson founded the Inn Crowd and recruited Hal Ellis and Cookie Smith [...]
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S. J. and the Crossroads – Darkest Hour

S. J. and the Crossroads – 1960’s garage rock band from Beaumont, Texas. They released 6 singles between 1965 and 1968. Members were Mike Daleo (guitar), Philip Battaglia (bass), Johhny Serio (lead guitar), Sam Giglio (keyboards), S.J. Serio [...]
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The Novas – Take 7

A Texas band of the mid-’60s, the Novas offered a brand of garage rock that was more cleanly executed and melodious than most, mixing some folk-pop/rock originals with faithful covers of the day’s British Invasion hits. Members: Bobby Nolan, [...]
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