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07–Mar–2016
60 “The Garden Of Earthly Delights” by The United States of America
9·3 “Classic Psychedelia from the USA”
From their sole LP “The United States of America” (Columbia CS-9614) released in March, 1968.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
05–Mar–2016
59 “Private Sorrow” by Pretty Things
8·7 “Excellent Psychedelia from England”
From their 4th LP “S.F. Sorrow” (Columbia SCX-6306) released late in 1968.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
03–Mar–2016
58 “I Walk On Guilded Splinters” by Dr. John, the Night Tripper
8·8 “Excellent Psychedelia from the USA”
From his debut LP “Gris-Gris” (ATCO Records SD 33-234) released in 1968.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
01–Mar–2016
57 “A Minha Menina” by Os Mutantes
8·5 “Excellent Psychedelia from Brazil”
From their self-titled debut LP (Polydor LPNG 44.018) released in 1968.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
28–Feb–2016
56 “Astral Weeks” by Van Morrison
9·9 “All-time classic Folk Rock / Americana from Northern Ireland”
Title track to his LP (Warner Bros. Records WS-1768) released in November, 1968.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
26–Feb–2016
55 “Mom & Dad” by The Mothers of Invention
7·6 “Great Cerebral Pop from the USA”
From their 4th LP “We’re Only In It for the Money” (Verve Records V6-5045) released in March, 1968.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
24–Feb–2016
54 “Black Rose [blawan remix]” by Source Direct
8·7 “Excellent Alternative Dance from England”
Released June 2015 on Nonplus Records.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
22–Feb–2016
53 “The Illusion Of Choice [original mix]” by Lucy
8·6 “Excellent Alternative Dance from Italy”
From his album “Churches Schools And Guns” (Stroboscopic Artefacts SALP-002 / SACD-005) issued in February 2014.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
19–Feb–2016
52 “Painter Of Women” by The Beau Brummels
7·7 “Great Folk Rock / Americana from the USA”
From their 4th LP “Triangle” (Warner Bros. Records WS-1692) in 1967.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
17–Feb–2016
51 “Stephanie Knows Who” by Love
8·6 “Excellent Cerebral Pop from the USA”
From their LP “Da Capo” (Elektra EKS-74005) in 1966.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
15–Feb–2016
50 “Im Living In Two Worlds” by Loretta Lynn
7·7 “Great Country from the USA”
From her LP “Don’t Come A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind)” (Decca DL-74842) issued in 1967.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
12–Feb–2016
49 “You Just May Be The One” by The Monkees
8·0 “Fantastic Folk Rock / Americana from the USA”
First appeared in December 1966 on their TV show, then was re-recorded for their third LP, “Headquarters”, (Colgems COS-103) released in May 1967.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
09–Feb–2016
48 “Lucifer Sam” by Pink Floyd
9·2 “Classic Psychedelia from England”
From their LP “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” (Columbia SX-6157) in 1967.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
07–Feb–2016
47 “Armenia City In The Sky” by The Who
8·4 “Fantastic Psychedelia from England”
From their LP “Who Sell Out” (Track Record 612 002) in 1967.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
05–Feb–2016
46 “Ferris Wheel” by Donovan
9·3 “Classic Songwriter from Scotland”
From his LP “Sunshine Superman” (Epic LN-24217) in 1966.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
02–Feb–2016
45 “Les Timides [live ’64]” by Jacques Brel
8·0 “Fantastic Crooner / Cabaret from Belgium”
From his LP “Olympia 64” (Barclay 80243) in 1964.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
29–Jan–2016
44 “Dil Cheez Kya Hai Aap Meri Jaan Lijiye” by Asha Bhosle
9·6 “All-time classic Desi from India”
Appeared in the 1981 movie “Umrao Jaan”.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
26–Jan–2016
43 “Main Teri Chhoti Bahna Hoon (Version 2)” by Lata Mangeshkar
9·5 “All-time classic Desi from India”
Recorded/broadcast in 1982, issued on the “Souten” OST LP in 1983.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
22–Jan–2016
42 “Transmitters” by Sauna Youth
9·2 “Classic Punk from England”
Title track on their album from the summer of 2015.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
18–Jan–2016
41 “St Anthony: An Ode to Anthony H Wilson” by Mike Garry and Joe Duddell
10 “Utterly perfect Poetry from England”
Released to commemorate what would have been Tony Wilson’s 65th birthday in August 2015.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
14–Jan–2016
40 “Morning Side” by Four Tet
9·0 “Classic Alternative Dance from England”
From his album “Morning/Evening”, issued in July 2015.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
10–Jan–2016
39 “Damn That Valley” by U.S. Girls
8·3 “Fantastic Dubbeat from the USA”
From her 2015 album, “Half Free”.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
06–Jan–2016
38 “Leil El Bareh” by Omar Souleyman
8·2 “Fantastic Middle Eastern from Syria”
From his album “Bahdeni Nami” (Monkeytown Records MONKEYTOWN-056) issued in July 2015.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
31–Dec–2015
37 “Baise Les Gens” by Klub des Loosers
8·5 “Excellent Hip Hop / Rap from France”
First out as a 12″ (Record Makers REC-09) in 2003.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
30–Dec–2015
36 “Topaze” by Emmanuelle Parrenin
7·7 “Great Avant-Garde from France”
From 1977’s “Maison Rose” LP.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
29–Dec–2015
35 “Techniques Illegales De Juxtaposition Des Angles” by La Peste
8·1 “Fantastic Avant-Garde from France”
Flip-side to his 12″ “Sexe/Mort Vs. Rupture/Structure” (Hangars Liquides 13) issued in 2000.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
28–Dec–2015
34 “Psyché Rock” by Les Yper-Sound
8·4 “Fantastic Cerebral Pop from France”
From their “Too Fortiche / Psyché Rock” EP (Fontana 460 233 ME) issued in 1967.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
27–Dec–2015
33 “Lady Coca Cola” by Métal Urbain
8·2 “Fantastic Post-Punk from France”
B-side to their debut single, “Panik” (Cobra COB-47004) issued in 1977.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
23–Dec–2015
32 “Le Goudron” by Brigitte Fontaine
9·6 “All-time classic Psychedelia from France”
A single release in 1969.
– review via original post at Word Press
 
21–Dec–2015
31 “Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa” by Dusty Springfield
8·5 “Excellent Pop from England”
From her LP “A Girl Called Dusty” in April, 1964.
– review via original post at Word Press