Barclay James Harvest were an English progressive rock band. Founded in Oldham, in September 1966 and this is their second single, our pop-psyche tune from 1969, Brother Thrush (Harvest 7” 1969), which is surprisingly poppy.
Lemon Fog were one of the finest bands to emerge from the Houston Psychedelic scene. They pioneered a sound that merged punk and psychedelia. This is their debut single Lemon Fog (Orbit 7” 1967).
Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels were a Rock and Soul band from Detroit, Michigan, USA, formed in 1964. They served as Mitch Ryder's backup band from 1964 to 1967, when Ryder was enticed away by Bob Crewe with offers of a solo career, after which The Detroit Wheels recorded a handful of singles, then quickly dissolved. This is the Dylanesque closer Baby Jane (Mo Mo Jane) to their debut LP Take A Ride … (New Voice records 1966).
Something modern now from Johanna Warren and the official video for the haunting Only The Truth, from her fifth LP Chaotic Good (Wax Nine Records/Carpark Records 2018). Buy here.
We conclude with a brace from Mac DeMarco, a Canadian musician, singer, songwriter and producer, born in Duncan, British Columbia, Canada. We have Blue Boy, from his third LP Salad Days (Captured Tracks 2014), then My Old Man, from his sixth, This Old Dog (Captured Tracks 2017). Enjoy. Until next week …
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