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An obscure garage band from Los Angeles, released locally in 1968, who still remain relatively unknown within collector circles. The Novells offer a nice garage / psych mix, with a certain pop side. A mix of original compositions and some covers, the album delivers a strong, effective organ sound and some nice fuzz guitar, giving it a real psychedelic Doors vibe. Surprisingly well produced for being a private release, makes for a nice discovery for any Psychedelic Garage collector.

Limited to 500 copies, with remastered sound and preserving the original artwork.

Tracklist: Side A: Almost There / Love / Age of Innocence / Glass House / Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay / Pink Wallpaper

Side B: Sunshine Of Your Love / Tomorrow’s Yesterday / Only You / Can’t Ya See It / Time To Show Her



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Hailing from New York, the band was led by singer Anne Sarofeen, who’s described in the album’s own liner notes as «a lady both fierce and gentle, whose music knows truth, tragedy and beauty». We don’t really know if she’s fierce or gentle, but her incredible voice has often been compared to that of Janis Joplin, Ellen McIlwaine and Mariska Veres (of Dutch stars Shocking Blue); unfortunately rock history is cruel and she never received the credit she deserves for being right at the top with other unique female singers. She has also composed half of the songs on the album.

The album offers 9 songs in a Bluesy, Heavy Psychedelic vein, which to a certain extent remind us much of Jefferson Airplane. Most of the songs are the band’s own compositions, with the only exceptions being a take on Martha Velez’ ‘Swamp Man’ and a cover of Rocky Mountain Blues, well chosen covers that fit perfectly the band’s identity.

Certainly recommended to fans of Janis Joplin, Affinity’s Linda Hoyle, Jefferson Airplane or basically any strong, dominating female voice in Psychedelic Rock!

Limited to 500 copies, with remastered sound and preserving the original artwork.

Side A: Susan Jane / Cream of Nowhere / It’s Love / Lady Tragedy / Swamp Man
Side B: You Make It So Hard / Witch / Tomorrow / Rocky Mountain Blues

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Never reissued on vinyl until now, Fresh Air’s rare only album has always been considered as the best and rarest  reference in MGM’s subsidiary Amaret Records, mostly known for having released some fantastic garage-psych singles.

Released in 1970, the album delivers a really strong organ-led hard psychedelic sound that reaches unexpected quality from such an obscure released. Recorded in the same Studio as the famous Lyd album, Sunwest Studios in Hollywood, the band drop 10 tracks full of heavy psychedelic guitars, swirling organ and dual guitar work, and reaches at points a strong resemblance to the Doors’ best moments.

Limited to 500 copies, with remastered sound and preserving the original artwork.

Side A: For What It’s Worth / Faces In The Fire / December / Somewhere a Mountain Is Moving / Get Away Car Car
Side B: I’ve Lost My Faith / Baby Lady / Sleeping In Sunshine / Sailor Man / I Finally Found A Friend

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PRECIO: 23 €

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