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    Thursday, 04 January 2007


    Very rare debut album recorded in 1974, originally issued on the local Phoenix label, Canyon Records. To most 60´s psychedelic rock/folk fans this is almost an unknown album, with only a few copies known to exist. Hamana was a native American, who went in 1969 to college in the white man's world, and ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 1616 | Added by: stavros666999 | Date: 04 January 2007 | Rating: 4.0/1

    Thursday, 04 January 2007
    The mercurial Cheepskates began life as an anomaly on New York's garage-rock scene: when most of their peers were scouring exurbia for vintage paisleys and vinyl (the more primitive the better, on both counts), this low-key quartet was creating some of the most carefully crafted pure pop to escape from those Seed-y halls.

    Run Better Run, dominated by Shane Faubert's bouncy (but not overly retro) Farfisa organ and clear, expressive voice, attests to the group's originality. Usually smart, occasionally precious songs like "Gone for Good" and "That's When I Say Goodbye" are reminiscent of the Zombies' art-school pop. Refreshingly cover-free (all four members write; three swap lead vocals), the disc is a timeless pleasure.(Trouser Press)

    Led by singer/guitarist Shane Faubert, the Cheepskates were a big part of the '80s revival of the garage rock scen ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 2340 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 04 January 2007 | Rating: 0.0/0


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