complete davie allan & the arrows 45 discography and price guide

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WHO ARE THOSE GUYS? Davie Allan & The Ar­rows recorded the most fren­zied in­stru­men­tals the world has ever heard! Allan’s fuzzed-out guitar was an audio com­pass pointing to­wards freedom, sex, danger and vi­o­lence, his trashy fret­board riffs ex­ploding be­hind flick­ering cel­lu­loid im­ages of cycle runs, biker fights, drug freak­outs and rubber-burnin’ hot rods.” [Continue reading]

the return of max frost and the troopers (is this part 6 of the pseudo-psychedelic chad & jeremy essay?)

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THIS ARTICLE IS AN ADDITION to the five part essay on the pseudo-psychedelic record­ings of Chad & Je­remy from 1967-68. Please read those first and then this will make more sense. A note of in­terest to the real diehard Chad & Je­remy col­lec­tors: the ver­sion of Paxton Quigley’s Had The Course that ac­tu­ally ap­pears on the sound­track album THREE IN THE ATTIC was recorded by ses­sion mu­si­cians and cred­ited to Max Frost and The Troopers. [Continue reading]

of cabbages and kings, of arks and attics (the pseudo-psychedelic sound of chad & jeremy part 5)

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THIS IS THE FIFTH of five ar­ti­cles de­voted to the trio of al­bums and their re­lated sin­gles that Chad & Je­remy re­leased in 1967-1968. OF CABBAGES AND KINGS and THE ARK and the sound­track to 3 IN THE ATTIC re­flect the more ‘pop’-oriented psy­che­deli­cism of the Eng­lish mu­si­cians at the time and have long been held in a bit of con­tempt by older afi­cionados and col­lec­tors of Six­ties psych. [Continue reading]

of cabbages and kings, of arks and attics – the pseudo-psychedelic sound of chad & jeremy 1967-1968 (part 4)

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THIS IS THE FOURTH of five ar­ti­cles de­voted to the trio of al­bums and their re­lated sin­gles that Chad & Je­remy re­leased in 1967-1968. OF CABBAGES AND KINGS and THE ARK and the sound­track to 3 IN THE ATTIC re­flect the more ‘pop’-oriented psy­che­deli­cism of the Eng­lish mu­si­cians at the time and have long been held in a bit of con­tempt by older afi­cionados and col­lec­tors of Six­ties psych. [Continue reading]

of cabbages and kings, of arks and attics – the pseudo-psychedelic sound of chad & jeremy 1967-1968 (part 3)

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THIS IS THE THIRD of five ar­ti­cles de­voted to the trio of al­bums and their re­lated sin­gles that Chad & Je­remy re­leased in 1967-1968. OF CABBAGES AND KINGS and THE ARK and the sound­track to 3 IN THE ATTIC re­flect the more ‘pop’-oriented psy­che­deli­cism of the Eng­lish mu­si­cians at the time and have long been held in a bit of con­tempt by older afi­cionados and col­lec­tors of Six­ties psych. [Continue reading]