Tuesday, July 17, 2007
More 1960s Music Videos
This post adds to four videos I discussed in the 1960s Music Videos post. This time, I'll list some Garage Rock videos I found on YouTube. If you like this kind of music, check out some Garage podcasts on this blog and some MP3s here. There is a longer list of YouTube Garage videos at this blog post.
Leaves - Hey Joe
This is not the Jimi Hendrix version. It's the uptempo 60's Garage Rock version by The Leaves, from California.
Black Diamonds - I Want, Need, Love You
This fuzzpunk Garager is from an Australain band.
T h i r t e e n t h F l o o r E l e v a t o r s
Roky and the boys from Texas sing their one hit, "You're Gonna Miss Me" on Dick Clark's American Bandstand. From the record titled "The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators."
M A X F R O S T A N D THE TROOPERS - Shape Of Things To Come
From the movie "Wild in the Streets." Change the voting age to 14 and elect the first "wigged-out" president. Then stick anyone over 30 in LSD camps. Interesting movie with a great soundtrack.
The Honeybees - You Need Us
Here's a fun one from Gilligan's Island! Ginger, Mary Anne and Mrs. Howell form The Honeybees and perform their smash hit, "You Need Us."
Labels: 1960s, Garage, music, Rock
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