It's clear that garage music has had an international resurgence in the underground music community over the last decade. It's easy to find bands young and old paying tribute to the fuzzy, high-energy sound that originated in American garages of the 1960's. Sadly, some of the recordings that helped start it all have long been lost to obscurity in the digital age. Garage Daze compiles some of the best tracks of that time, pulled together from 45RPM singles on labels like Roulette, Atco, and Jubilee. The tracks on this limited edition compilation LP have been remastered and pressed on color vinyl at Pallas in Germany.
A1 The Shadows of Knight “Gloria 69” 2:35 A2 The Groupies “Primitive” 3:48 A3 The Bare Facts “Bad Part of Town” 2:05 A4 The Red Dogs “Open Up” 2:05 A5 The Pedestrians “It’s Too Late” 2:00 A6 Jay Brown “Don’t Push Me Around” 2:01 A7 The Vacant Lot “I Blew It” 2:06 A8 The Tikis “Pay Attention to Me” 2:06 B1 The Third Bardo “I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time” 2:16 B2 Ognir and the Nite People “I Found A New Love” 2:10 B3 The Plunderers “Batman” 2:53 B4 The Free “(Day of) Decision For Lost Soul Blue” 3:35 B5 The Fenways “Be Careful Little Girl” 2:17 B6 The Front Line “Got Love” 1:45 B7 The Squires “Going All the Way” 2:20 B8 The Mojo Men “Dance With Me” 2:30