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Garden Music

by Blue Garden Blue

Rock and Roll punk art 1980's Los Angeles
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Simple Times
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2. Lay Your Mind at Rest
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3. The Machine
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4. Mother Knows
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5. Let Me In
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6. I Know That You Know I Know
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7. Kaleidoscope
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8. Watch the Sky
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9. Mrs. Jones Can Fly
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10. Sunrise
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11. Girl With the Name
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12. Butcher Bird
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Album Notes
In 1982, childhood friends Robert Shaw and Damon Huss began playing three-chord punk rock under the moniker I.W. (standing for "idol worship") while still in the 8th grade. After a brief succession of drummers and expanded listening into the 60s British Invasion, psychedelia, mod, and "big guitar," they joined with drummer Aandru Thompson, who also gave them the name BLUE GARDEN BLUE. Over the next few years, BGB would bang out their tuneful psychedelic thrash in numerous backyard parties around the greater Los Angeles basin and become known among fans for chaotic live performances fueled by "raging hormones." They also played such evanescent venues as the Cathay De Grande, Anti-Club, and the Cavern Club, where they opened for the neo-paisley outfit The Unclaimed. Before Damon left the band in 1986, they recorded three full-length cassette-only releases of all original material, entitled Garden Music, Hello Roast Beef, and Sasquatch, respectively. This material will soon be re-released on CD.


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i got a tape of a tape in jr high.. was among my favorites for years and years until it was lost in a fire.. glad to find it on the internets! the recording surpasses the impossibly high expectations of my memories.. thanks for making this available (and making me feel 15 again) there are really some f'king great songs and i remembered every single cracked note. it's perfect. with love, the society of rockets