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Surfin' The Great Lakes: Kay Bank Studio Surf Sides Of The 1960s

    Board bustin' banshees from landlocked America! Surfin' The Great Lakes takes a largely instrumental spin through surf rock and surf-themed gems. From the twistin' twitcher Trashmen, stripped down Chuck Berry covers, Mancini jams cut by The Mustangs, to The Satisfactions doing their take on a Beach Boys B-side! This sonic tsunami of West Coast surf and R&B music floated below sea level for over 50 years... Until now! This compilation showcases the best of what Kay Bank had to offer. Surf's up!


    1. Jonah - The Vaqueros
    2. Heaven's Devil - The Boss Tweads
    3. Caliente - The Marauders
    4. Island In The Sun - The Vaqueros
    5. Shot In The Dark - The Mustangs
    6. Disintegration - The Readymen
    7. Comin' Home Baby - The Vaqueros
    8. Girl Don't Tell Me - The Satisfactions
    9. 80 Foot Wave - The Vaqueros
    10. Za Boo - The Valients
    11. Bird Gasp '65 - The Trashmen
    12. Surfin' Blues - The Readymen
    13. The Furys - Little Queenie (instrumental Version)
    14. Space Journey Ranger 7 - The Vaqueros
    15. Surf Beat - The Chancellors
    16. Greensleeves - The Trashmen

    Gram Parsons

    Another Side Of This Life - 2023 Reissue

      Sundazed Music is proud to reissue Another Side Of This Life, 13 previously unheard demo recordings of Gram Parsons, country-rock pioneer and former member of the Byrds and founding member of the Flying Burrito Brothers.

      Another Side, features Parsons, singing and playing acoustic guitar, recorded from March 1965 to April 1966 at the home of his friend. Another Side Of This Life also features rare photos and a detailed liner essay by noted writer Stanley Booth (The True Adventures Of The Rolling Stones).


      Wheel Of Fortune
      Another Side Of This Life
      High Flyin' Bird
      November Nights
      Zah's Blues
      That's The Bag I'm In
      They Still Go Down
      Pride Of Man
      Brass Buttons
      I Just Can't Take It Anymore
      Candy Man

      Howard Bomar

      I Who Have Nothing

        Howard "Youngblood" Bomar's long overdue debut album finally makes landfall! Howard Bomar was a man who slipped through everybody's fingers but his artistry escapes that fate thanks to I, Who Have Nothing, the first full length Bomar release! This collection features his early '60s 45 soul sides and largely unissued R&B recordings, including a cover of Prince's "Purple Rain." Mixing explosive renditions of familiar favorites with outtasite originals, Bomar's music makes you wonder why his music never surfaced in the first place. Includes 5 CD-only bonus tracks!


        LP Tracklisting
        Set Down Fo I Fall Down
        I Who Have Nothing
        I'm Gonna Love You
        Best Of Luck To You
        I'll Be There
        Let It Be Me
        What Love Has Joined Together
        I Who Have Nothing
        She's A 911
        Purple Rain

        CD Tracklisting
        Set Down Fo I Fall Down
        I Who Have Nothing
        I'm Gonna Love You
        Best Of Luck To You
        I'll Be There
        Let It Be Me
        What Love Has Joined Together
        I Who Have Nothing
        She's A 911
        Purple Rain
        Down Home Georgia Girl* (CD-only)
        Crazy Bout You Baby* (CD-only)
        Something Beautiful* (CD-only)
        I'd Like To Be* (CD-only)
        Just Let Me Love You* (CD-only)

        The International Submarine Band

        Safe At Home

          This all analog promenade through the seminal 1968 album by Gram Parsons' International Submarine Band is widely regarded as the record that launched the country-rock movement and was the first album to spotlight Parsons' charismatic vocals and visionary songwriting. Cut all analog from the original mono masters!


          Blue Eyes
          I Must Be Somebody Else You've Known
          A Satisfied Mind
          Folsom Prison Blues/That's All Right
          Knee Deep In The Blues
          Miller's Cave
          I Still Miss Someone
          Luxury Liner
          Strong Boy
          Do You Know How It Feels To Be Lonesome?

          The Shadows Of Knight

          Live 1966

            Besides releasing two classic longplayers and many more singles (including the smash, “Gloria”), touring/behaving badly all across America and appearing on TV shows like ‘Upbeat’ and ‘Where The Action Is’, the Shadows of Knight also ruled at suburban Chicago’s hands-down hippest teen club, The Cellar. Over the decades, their Cellar performances have become the stuff of legend.

            Miraculously, two reels of tape of the Shadows of Knight live on stage at the Cellar (in 1966!) were eventually uncovered by Sundazed. As early as their ‘Gloria’ album debut in spring ’66, the Shadows of Knight had separated themselves from the garage band pack with a heavily Chicago Blues-based, wildly rocking repertoire. Their trademark sound is on full display in this attitude-drenched, anarchic live recording from late in that exalted year.

            For this expanded edition, the original sets and correct song sequence have been faithfully restored. And to top that, additional and until now completely unheard bonus material is rescued from those old reels. Specifically, added to an already scorching set are previously-unheard takes of “Peepin’ and Hidin’” (sung by blues legend Joe Kelley), “Willie Jean” (with a vocal from drummer Tom Schiffour) and “Any Way That You Want Me”. Equally important, the packaging now equals the musical contents thanks to an all-new, eye grabbing sleeve highlighted by John Hora’s amazing original photography from ’66.

            Unlike their comparatively harnessed studio recordings, the Shadows of Knight are presented here raw ‘n’ alive, sloppy bordering on brilliant and with all the subtlety of a bulldozer. Would you want ‘em any other way?

            TRACK LISTING

            Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
            Don’t Fight It
            Got My Mojo Working
            Any Way That You Want Me
            Gospel Zone
            Got To Get You Off My Mind
            It Takes A Long Time Comin’
            Hey Joe
            Tomorrow’s Gonna Be Another Day
            Peepin’ And Hidin’
            Let It Rock
            Willie Jean
            Oh Yeah
            Dark Side

            The Litter

            Action Woman / A Legal Matter - Blue Vinyl Edition


              The 1966 debut by the Minneapolis-based Litter! “Action Woman” and “A Legal Matter” are stomping, searing ’60s sides - an unstoppable collection of snotty vocals and fuzzy guitar lines. The Litter become a determined collective mind on these performances, and the result is a coupling that stands side-by-side with other iconic recordings of the era, like “Sweet Young Thing” and “You’re Gonna Miss Me.” Even the tambourine and maracas have loud and clear attitude that few other records can match! The original Scotty 45 is a cornerstone of any serious 1960s record collection, and now is reproduced in this lovingly created edition that features a Scotty Records-styled sleeve with a rare vintage group photo and notes by TeenBeat Mayhem! author Mike Markesich. “Action Woman” is a flawless hallmark performance, and “A Legal Matter” takes the Who’s music from the Mod clubs into the suburban garage with jet fuel-powered tempo and aggression. With in-the-studio presence and clarity taken from the original masters, this is the sound of garage rock maturing into psychedelia - prime, postured and pulsating!

              • New picture sleeve with a rare photo of the Litter, plus notes by author Mike Markesich!
              • Stunning audio taken from the original reels - pressed on blue wax!
              • Scotty Records 45 labels, just like the 1967 original!!!

              Link Wray

              Slinky / Rendezvous


                Taut and tough Wray from his heyday! One of the original heavy metal heroes, Link Wray basically invented power chord riffing - both Jimmy Page and Pete Townshend have credited their interest in becoming guitarists to him - and his recordings are a monument to the relentless infl uence of his unique razor-blade extended guitar sound. “Slinky,” from 1959, was the his third Epic Records single, a mysterious, stinging riff that builds into a frenzied solo, then coolly resolves…the perfect soundtrack for a gang of leather-jacketed teenagers looking for trouble on a warm city night! “Rendezvous” suggests gentler side of Wray, beginning as a mellow mid-tempo cha-cha, but ultimately evolving into a snarling stroll with a killer guitar solo. Backed on both sides by the sympathetic swagger of Wray’s brothers Doug and Vernon, these two recordings show a key personality in the development of rock ’n’ roll, at a time when record labels continually wanted to soften him and make him safe, continuing to follow his metal muse and lay down recordings that would inspire thousands of rock, punk and surf guitarists for decades to come. Features a reproduction of the ultra-rare original picture sleeve, and promotional labels - get this Wray today!

                • Reproduction of the ultra-rare original picture sleeve and original Epic promo labels!
                • Limited edition for Record Store Day 2014!
                • Mastered from the original reels!

                The Incredible String Band

                The Incredible String Band

                  The 1966 debut from the forward-thinking furry folkies. Recorded as a trio before their inspiring trips to Morocco and Afghanistan, it's a straight-ahead blend of traditional and original material, played in a mix of American and Celtic folk styles.

                  Various Artists

                  Garage Beat '66 Volume 2: Chicks Are For Kids!

                    Second in this series of vintage North American garage rock. Here's the absolute tops in garage rehearsin' teens and 20 somethings, who within minutes of the Beatles' first Ed Sullivan appearance conspired to overthrow the world with rock 'n' roll.

                    The Byrds

                    The Preflyte Sessions

                      The most comprehensive collection of the Byrds' pre-Columbia recordings ever assembled! Back in the days when they were so heavily influenced by the Beatles they should have adopted scouse accents and gone the whole hog. Its a deluxe double CD set with a super 52 page booklet. These tracks pre-date their hits, as they spent countless hours creating and refining their sound at LA's World Pacific Studios. There are brilliant early versions of tracks like "Mr Tambourine Man" and lost gems such as "You Showed Me" (later a smash for the Turtles). The 2xCD (and double 180g gatefold LP) "Preflyte Sessions" capture the fire and enthusiasm of one of the most legendary and influential groups ever.

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