Daily Discovery - I'd Like To See More Of You b/w Give It To Me by THE MOB - Northern Soul 45 on Colossus Records #134
What a pleasant surprise! Killer Mid tempo Northern Soul. I always thought this was a Psychedelic or Garage record. I was right about that, but only about one side of this early 70's tune. I was blown away by how sweet the flip was. I dig the JR. Walker style sax break in the middle too. If you don't know it here is your chance. If you do know it, you have probably enjoyed this since the day you found it. Either way, cheers!
My friend Steve Propes invited me to be a guest on "The Steve Propes 45 Show" internet only radio show, hosted on http://www.WPMD.org today. I will be spinning rare Garage, Psychedelic and maybe a few Soul 45's for good measure. Join us at 9am Pacific Standard Time. Thank you for supporting!
Daily Discovery - No Exit b/w Fiesta In Veracruz by THE BORDER PATROL Los Angeles Latin Psych Funk 45 on Montclare Records #1444
Yes! I said it, Latin psychedelic funk. A chill tune that might not get a party going but will definitely get some people talking. I couldn't resist sharing this odd find. I hope you will find as much wonder in the choice of band name and song title as I did when I first saw it. If you can get past the titles and listen to the music, I think you will be pleasantly surprised at how good these guys are.
Daily Discovery - The Ho-Ho Rock And Roll by Sid Ramin & The Ho-Ho's - Psychedelic R&R 45 on Thunderbird Records #516. The Ho-Ho's are credited to Peter Roberts. Is this the first dj loop ever? The laugh is definitely on a loop, anyone know when loops were first used? The title suggests a Christmas record. Where did this way out 60's psychedelic reverb, 50's rocker come from? and how did these two genres merge? My question won't make sense unless you listen to this odd record's last ho-ho filled groove. One of the weirdest records i have ever heard, and I LOVE IT!
Daily Discovery - Psychedelic Cumbia from Columbia. Violencia by Jaime Duque y Sus Latin Fury. Written by Jose Barros. I am not sure what year this came out but I love it!