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Album Inserts: Mostly Bee Gees edition

A few more inserts found in trashed LP’s at work, most of these are Bee Gees related [click on image to enlarge]
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Sunday Music 8/24/14

Golden Dawn-Starvation
This Austin band were contemporaries of The 13th Floor Elevators. This is from their only album Power Plant (International Artists 1968). It was recorded before Easter Everywhere but released after it. The album is solid and sounds like a folkier version of the Elevators

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Even More Album Inserts

Some more inserts found in records that were too beat up to sell [click on image to enlarge]

The Outlaws

The Outlaws

Thank God It's Friday, front

Thank God It’s Friday, front

Thank God it's Friday, back

Thank God it’s Friday, back

ArtRock, found in a Doors album, envelope

ArtRock, found in a Doors album, envelope

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 1 front

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 1 front

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 1, back

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 1, back

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 2, front

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 2, front

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 2, back

ArtRock, Doors offer, page 2, back

David Bowie, fan club, 1

David Bowie, fan club, 1

David Bowie, fan club, 2

David Bowie, fan club, 2

 

Sunday Music 7/27/14

Zig Zags- Down The Drain
This is from the great self titled album these guys released this year on In The Red. Big Dumb Rock, that’s really big and not so dumb.

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Sunday Music 7/20/14

Ty Segall Band-Tell Me What’s Inside Your Heart

This is from Slaughterhouse (2012, In The Red), the only album by Ty Segall Band not to be confused with Ty Segall himself and the many recordings under his own name. However you want to slice it Mr. Segall and his contemporaries (including but not exclusive to The Oh Sees, White Fence, and  Mikal Cronin) have been cranking out some of the best music I’ve heard in years. Slaughterhouse has parts that sound like a garage punk Hawkwind. This song is just perfect noisy garage pop

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Sunday Music 7/13/14

Lithium X-mas : Hip Death Goddess
This is from the Dallas based band’s 1993 album Helldorado (Direct Hit). It’s a cover of an Ultimate Spinach song “Ballad of the Hip Death Goddess” from 1968

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Sunday Music 7/6/14

Freedom’s Children-That Did it
South African heavy blues rock, sounding like a much more ragged Led Zeppelin. From the 1971 album Galactic Vibes

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