Various Artists | Lost Souls, Vol. 3 (Arkansas Garage Psychedelic Rock 1963-1971)

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Lost Souls, Vol. 3 (Arkansas Garage Psychedelic Rock 1963-1971)

by Various Artists

Arkansas Garage Psychedelic Rock 1963-1971
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. I Can See Your Ways Richard Vanover & Bob Ralph
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2. Village of Love Les Soules
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2:04 $0.99
3. Slow Down Robin & The Hoods
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4. Empty Heart The Villigers
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5. Susie Q The Culls
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6. Gloria Jamie Holmes
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7. That's the Sound of My Heart The Bar Boys
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8. Raise Your Hand Jfc Blues
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9. My Little Red Book The Red Light Funnies
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10. Come With Me The Barons
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11. Black and Blue The Paragons
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12. Mr. Flying Saucer Man Jimmy Ford & The Luzers
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13. White Lightning Harold Morgan
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14. Bony Moronie Little Herbie Mayes
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15. Tired of Working for the Other Man Danny Johnson & The Rhythm Makers
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16. I Wouldn't Be Seen Alive With Her Jimmy Payne & The Jokers
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17. Take My Word The Ramrods
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18. Wait and See The Five Rogues
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19. Hush Puppy The Spyders
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20. I'll Fly High The Sabers
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21. Little Latin Lupe Lu Don Norviel & The Visions
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22. Are You Really My Girl The Music Shoppe
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23. Cotton's Mama Newcastle Blues
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24. Till the End of the Day The Tuesday Blues
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25. Fire The Wet Dream
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26. Signed D.C. Lemon Meat
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27. Fouke Monster Billy Cole & The Fouke Monsters
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28. Tell Me Man Seventh House
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29. Hey Joe Scorpio
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This compilation digs deeper than ever before into the vault of obscure Arkansas rock 'n' roll from the 1960s and early 70s. Lost Souls Volume 3 includes uncomped and unknown gems from small regional studios in the form of acetates, 45s, and recently discovered reel to reel tapes. The sounds heard here include garage and psychedelic rock combined with rockabilly, soul, and even country thrown into the mix that is distinctly Arkansas. This compilation comes as the result of years of research and findings from the original bands and label owners. Many of these tracks were recorded live by the groups at shows and rehearsals or live in the studio at places like at Rimrock in Concord, AR, Joe Keene's in Kennett, MO, Joe Lee's Variety Studio in Jonesboro, and Earl Fox's E&M studio in Little Rock to name a few. This CD offers a glimpse into the past. If you were going to a local American Legion building to hear the latest sounds from local bands in the 1960s in Arkansas then this is what you would have heard. The songs were done by real people, not a major recording studios, professional studio musicians, or major label executives directing the groups. The artifacts that remain are dusty photos, records, and reel to reel tapes that have survived for over 40 years in personal collections. Through the research of compiler, Harold Ott, the stories of the bands are told and friends from decades past are reunited to celebrate their contributions to the world of garage rock and psychedelia.


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