|You Love Me||Stine Place|| |
|Face Down||Pride Comes Before the Fall|| |
|Explanation||MC5 & The Ultimate Garage Rock Collection|| |
|Take Away||Pride Comes Before the Fall|| |
|Wake Your Neighbor||Beantown|| |
|I See You, Pt. 2||Beantown|| |
|Midnight Man||Stine Place|| |
|Prince of Tides||Beantown|| |
|Jesus Save the Children||Stine Place|| |
Oscar and the Majestics were an American garage punk band formed in Gary, Indiana in 1960. The band, led by Oscar Hamod, achieved regional acclaim and produced seven well-regarded singles in their heyday. As the group progressed, they experimented with psychedelic rock and soul influences which led to their most acclaimed piece, a cover song deemed "House of the Rising Sun 1969".
The Downliners Sect are an English R&B and blues-based rock band, formed the 1960s beat boom era. Stylistically, they were similar to blues-based bands, such as The Yardbirds, The Pretty Things and the Rolling Stones, playing basic R&B on their first album The Sect. Critic Richie Unterberger wrote: "The Sect didn't as much interpret the sound of Chess Records as attack it, with a finesse that made the Pretty Things seem positively suave in comparison."
The Enfields were an American garage rock and psychedelic band from Wilmington, Delaware who were active in the 1960s. They were led by guitarist and songwriter Ted Munda, and their style was highly influenced by the British Invasion and folk rock. They were considered the top group in Wilmington at the time and enjoyed several local hits, though they failed to reach a wider national audience due to poor Management. The Enfields broke up in 1967, but Munda went on to form the group the Friends of the Family. Ted was also in the Blues Magoos, wrote for various Publishing companies in LA, was siged to Columbia Records in 1973 with group" Hotspur", and co wrote "Blame It On Love" for Smokey Robinson in 1983-84 on Motown. He has several albums of unreleased produced material. In 1994 he created the Capstone Vortex Regeneration Healing Design.
Kenny and the Kasuals were an American garage rock band formed in Dallas, Texas in 1964. The band played at various venues, including the Studio Club, with a repertoire that consisted of material taken from the British Invasion and R&B standards. Over time the band began experimenting with early elements of psychedelic music and are often cited as one of the first groups to play in such a style. Kenny and the Kasuals released several singles including their best-known song, "Journey to Tyme". A live album, Impact, was also recorded in 1966.