Mine is the mono version. But, this album is absolutely fantastic. From 1967 it's the Easybeats Friday on my Mind LP. They do a great version of River Deep Mountain High, plus some great originals. Listening to this album today, I found it hard to believe this was a '67 LP. It sounds so advanced, especially the guitar. This band included Vanda & Young later in Flash & the Pan and producers of this Australian band called AC/DC that a few of you may have heard of. Speaking of AC/DC go over to my "live" place and grab a great show from '77.
A long time favorite, it's the Little Boy Blues and their In the Woodland of Weir LP. Released on Fontana records in 1968, these guys from Chicago play bluesy garage psych with an emphasis on FUZZZ. This is some of the most fuzzed out guitar I've had the pleasure of hearing. Amazing stuff from my vinyl archive.
You can almost see the picture of the next album I ripped today. Someone asked for this a loooooooong time ago and now I've finally got it done. This is Jeremy (Steig) and the Satyrs self titled Reprise album from '68. A pinch each of rock, jazz and blues make this an interesting slab of vinyl. Reminds me in places of Blodwyn Pig. Sorry bout the pic.
MORE SHAMELESS SELF PROMOTION:
Over at www.liveandotherwise.blogspot.com within the hour:
Led Zep - Bonham Sessions
Van Halen - Demo Daze ('76 & '77 outtakes and live unreleased stuff)
Patti Smith with John Cale
AC/DC - She's Got Balls (live from '77 w/Bon Scott and a couple outtakes)