garage-rock.jpgWelcome to part four, the final installment, of the rare garage-rock series.

Like the sixties French Freakbeat compilation featured back in April, the 60’s Scarcest Garage Records (pt. 1 & 2) is a compilation I often frequent that has little to no information to be found online. In the 21st century, this fact alone adds yet another element of retro-cool to its already smoldering 26 tracks. This is herky-jerky garage rock at its finest.

Like some of my favorite comps, this one was passed on to me, some time ago, from another sixties garage rock fan/collector, with only the caveat of “you just gotta hear this.” He was right – I did, and you do.

* * This is the third installment of four. Part one can be found HERE. Part two can be found HERE. Part three can be found HERE.

MP3: The Other Side :: Walking Down The Road
MP3: The Gentleman Wild :: You Gotta Leave
MP3: The Nervous Breakdown :: I Dig Your Mind
MP3: The Echoes of Carnaby Street :: Baby Doesn’t Know
MP3: The Spats :: She Done Moved
MP3: The Bush :: Feeling Sad And Lonely

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4 Responses to “60’s Collection of Scarcest Garage Records :: Pt. IV”

  1. SMOKIN comp! Boss. Thanks so much for digging this up and giving it a new home. This should be requisite DJ material.

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  3. Could you help me?
    I would like to buy this Scarcest Garage Records Collection in VINYL, do you know how can I do it?

    Thank you
    Lozano from Brazil

  4. if you love the SEEDS,PEBBLES and total garage fuzz noise– check out MECHANIQUE !!

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