I'm a big collector of and enjoy Folk, Psych Rock, and Garage Rock. I have a large amount of knowledge on smaller groups from Pennsylvania and New Jersey. If there is anything I submit that you want further information on, feel free to message me. Little to nothing in my collection is for sale, but you can message me if you are interested in something. I'll probably point you in the direction of another seller or another copy.
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submitted Two Marks And A Miss - Your Requests. 4 days ago
posted a comment on The Drifters Three - The Drifters Three. 7 days ago
Weird Folk. Covers of traditional Folk songs performed in a 60's Folk-Psych styling. Acoustic Guitar and a loud Bass Guitar complement a weird harmony of three male vocals."Little Boy" is the best of the three.
submitted The Drifters Three - The Drifters Three. 12 days ago
posted a review of The Kaplan Brothers - The Universal Sounds Of The Kaplan Brothers. 19 days ago
Very falsely described and hyped. No more than a country influenced pop-rock album with a few folk-psych spots here or there. Decent overall, with some horrible covers and some off vocals. "Sunny" and "Running Scared" are okay, never heard "Gone" before ... See full review
posted a review of The Kaplan Brothers - The Kaplan Brothers. 19 days ago
Folky covers of standard pop and rock songs. Recently, the date of the release was confirmed as 1973 or before, which makes the most sense style wise. Bongos, acoustic guitar, and electric bass don't do much to save this album. Bright spots are their ... See full review
posted a review of The Nomads (40) - The Nomads. 20 days ago
Weird private folk-psych that has only been found twice, both with a generic white cover. Mega rare in that sense, probably 50 or less made. Husband and wife duo with acoustic guitar. Some sweet moments and some not so great ones. "Very Last Days" is a ... See full review
submitted The Nomads (40) - The Nomads. 20 days ago
submitted Tony Mason With The Starfires - Woe Is Me / Puddin'. 21 days ago
posted a review of Ron Burton & Jere Hughes - Shouldn't Happen To Me / Don't Start Cry'yn Now. 24 days ago
Very rare and pretty raw Garage Rock from 1966 that sells for a lot of money. The songs consist of only drums, bass, and one electric guitar (harmonica on Side B), but they maintain a decent edge to them. I believe Ron played the drums and Jere played ... See full review
submitted Ron Burton & Jere Hughes - Shouldn't Happen To Me / Don't Start Cry'yn Now. 25 days ago
posted a comment on Overdrive (30) - Overdrive. 29 days ago
If anyone wants to sell this please let me know.
posted a review of Dry Run - Dry Run. 29 days ago
Standard 80's Hard Rock, with some slight Heavy Metal leanings, especially on "Unrequited Love". Singer is alright, not too unbearable. Guitarist is alright as far as Hard Rock goes. Not too bad, but not too impressive.
posted a review of Damascus Road (3) - Damascus Road. about 1 month ago
Acid Archives release. Pretty good for most of the album. VERY RAW mix of heavy organ and some frantic (and funky) drumming Psych Rock with some mellow folk rock. Also some scattered heavy guitar parts. Christian inspired, but worth a listen. They even ... See full review
posted a review of Tin Cannon - Pledge / If I Knew You Well . about 1 month ago
Private PA Hard Rock. Really Good B-Side while the A-Side is sort of poppy.
posted a review of New Dawn (9) - New Dawn. about 1 month ago
Steer away from this one unless it's like a nickel. Three decent songs, rest are absolutely horrible. Horrible vocals, but the band is good.
posted a review of Carl Hakansson - Serious Haking. about 1 month ago
HUGE departure from his previous albums, which were pretty much folk. This album is mainly power pop, similar to guys like Larry Voltz (minus extensive use of keyboards). Album goes from Power Pop "Ticket To You", to psychy folk rock "Seasons". Some ... See full review
posted a review of ST. PIUS X SEMINARY - And I Will Bring You Home. about 1 month ago
Really overlooked, this Xian folk masterpiece is just sincere and beautiful. Soft compositions, complimented with light keyboard, acoustic guitar, bass, and wholesome vocals. Not for everyone, but if you like pleasant soft acoustic Folk, check this one ... See full review
posted a comment on Christopher David Company - ..... In Action. about 1 month ago
Review: Good Lounge-Funk with nice horns and organ. Not really psychy or anything, so don't believe that sort of hype. A lot of breaks, and decent singing. Not too bad overall. "Hair Medley", surprisingly, is extremely good, I believe a ton of copies ... See full review
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submitted Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake Concert Band And Jazz Ensemble - Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake Concert Band And Jazz Ensemble . about 1 month ago
submitted Tin Cannon - Pledge / If I Knew You Well . about 1 month ago
submitted Ray-O-Vacs* - The Battle Of The Blues / Lover Come Back To Me. about 1 month ago
posted a review of The Ablemen - Are You Able?. about 1 month ago
Oddball discovered in northern PA. Tough one nail to down genre and style wise. Examples and cases for each one can be provided. Please bypass all Polka songs. They are all really bad. Most songs are actually pretty good despite this. Funky drumming and ... See full review
submitted Mary Linder - Sings Gospel. about 1 month ago
submitted A.J. Wolf (3) - The Ways Of A Woman In Love / Lovin' All Thru The Night. about 1 month ago
submitted Dee Stone - Morning Breeze / Nashvile Mood. about 1 month ago
submitted The Ablemen - Are You Able?. about 1 month ago
submitted Gregory R. Ballerino, Contemporary Religious Folk Singers - Come Let Us Worship . about 1 month ago
submitted Catholic Campus Ministry - Sharing Songs. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Jackson (53) - Alone, Then Together. about 1 month ago
If anybody has a copy they want to sell or trade please let me know.
posted a comment on Lee Fields - Let's Talk It Over. 2 months ago
Got my copy at an Antique Market for 12 Dollars! So fortunate it was there.
posted a review of McKinney (3) - McKinney. 2 months ago
Blend Of excellent, heartfelt and sincere Folk Rock ballads with some mediocre rural Folk. "Goodbye My Lady" is beautiful with light piano, acoustic guitar, and bass. "Angelina" is also beautiful and heartfelt. "One Fine Day" is my favorite track, ... See full review
posted a review of 4th Chapter (2) - Whatcha Gonna Do 'Bout It / In The Rain. 2 months ago
Excellent Garage-psych. Upbeat A-side with a haunting but soft original, with some light piano and acoustic guitar. Overall excellent. Found mine with an autographed sleeve by the guitarist.
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 2 months ago
submitted Akasa (5) - New. 2 months ago
posted a review of The Dean Davis Company - Stone County Road. 2 months ago
One of the best examples of a top-notch 60's Folk-Psych / Folk Rock album. Opens up with the title track, with melodic tranquil flute, that is somewhat haunting, light acoustic guitar, and bass. The song is then guided by light male / female vocals that ... See full review
posted a review of Folis Asc - A Drug Called Love / Outlaw. 2 months ago
Excellent Psych Rock With Great Lead Guitar. Absolutely Stellar. Very Private As Well. Group Rehearsed In An Abandoned Church, But They Were Only Somewhat Christian Inspired.
posted a review of Dusty (12) - Half 'n' Half. 2 months ago
A-side Is Live While The B-Side Was Recorded In The Studio. B-Side Is Better And Gives Off A Ton Of Great Loner Folk-Psych Vibes. "Mr. Bojangles" Is Excellent, Much Better Than The Originial In My Opinion. B-Side Has Light Electric Guitar Overdubbed Over ... See full review
posted a review of The X-Ceptions - Live At The Gables. 2 months ago
All Funk and Psych covers. Two originals recorded in the studio. Both feature some fuzz guitar, the first one concerened about civil rights and features plenty of horns, light organ, flute, and a nice guitar solo. The second features recurring fuzz ... See full review
posted a comment on Emerald (13) - A Heavy Metal Evening With.... 2 months ago
This was privately released to family. Less than 10 made.
submitted SOTE* - Won't Give Way / Pittsburgh . 2 months ago
posted a review of The Sacred Heart Folk Singers - Get All Excited . 2 months ago
Pleasant And Surprising All Female Church Group Folk Rock. Pretty Unknown. Mostly Acoustic Guitar, Bass, A Little Flute, And Drums (mostly on Side A).
posted a review of The Graduates (5) - The Graduates. 2 months ago
This Is probably one of the worst albums I've ever heard. Horrible vocals and horrible covers. Horrible all around except "Coming Home" which is funky and the only good track. "Thank You" is also decent.
posted a review of Thee Muffins - Pop Up!. 2 months ago
Mediocre Garage Rock with Pop and Soul covers. One song with some real light fuzz. Bought the copy for 35 it came barely VG- by the way. That stinks though.
posted a review of Sindicate - Hangman / If You Don't Need Me. 2 months ago
Nice Garage-Psych. Private from New Oxford, PA. The group also released an EXTREMELY rare private album on 8-Track Only (A Little Rediculous) in 1974. Only one has surfaced and its a blend Of pop, garage, and psych rock. If anyone finds one and wants to ... See full review
posted a review of We Folk - Get Together . 2 months ago
Private and very obscure hippie influenced folk-psych from Eastern Pennsylvania. Only a few have surfaced. Standard folk-psych with acoustic guitars, bass, and tambourine. Pretty enjoyable. Nice moody cover of "Too Much Of Nothing" and a good cover of ... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 2 months ago
submitted The Sacred Heart Folk Singers - Get All Excited . 2 months ago
posted a review of Judy Starr (2) - Judy Starr. 2 months ago
Mainly private teen Northern Soul. Pop and doowop influences. Surprising for the small label, which was mainly country. All covers of pop and soul, some Motown as well. Nice backing band (which were supplied by the studio).
submitted Judy Starr (2) - Judy Starr. 2 months ago