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49TH PARALLEL: Close The Barn Door/Twilight Woman (Maverick MA-1004, USA 1968) VG+ € 15,00
  U.S. release of this Canadian garage 45 originally released on the Venture label. The great "Close The Barn Door" was comped on ENDLESS JOURNEY #3.  
BEST, PETER: Carousel Of Love/Want You (Capitol 2092, USA 1967) M- SOLD
  U.S. pressing of great 45 by this Oz guy - not the Beatles drummer - who was in Sydney group The Pogs. "Carousel of Love" is great yet bizarre carnivalesque pop psych with twangy sitar, violins, strange time changes etc. and was comped on A FOREST OF GOLD TOPS.  
CHANTELLS, THE: IŽm Leavin' Here Today/Break-Down (Century 20445, USA 1965) M- € 50,00
  Cool Virginia 2-sider! Moody garage ballad b/w frat garage with manic vocals, farfisa organ, heavy drums, sax and guitar. Rare 45 on the collectable Century label.  
DEE, RONNIE AND THE STANDARD MEN: If I Could Start My Life Again/About My Love (Gateway 385, USA 1965?) M- € 35,00
  Unknown teen-ish organ/guitar garage 45 by this obscure combo from Pittsburgh, PA. Not mentioned in the TBM book. Rare!  
GEARS, THE: Feel Right/Explanation (Hillside 1001, USA 1968) M- € 25,00
  Great jangly Ohio organ garage 2-sider. "Explanation" was comped on the DIE TODAY CD. Perfect copy!  
HI-NOON'S, THE: It's Our World/Want It To Last (Hi-Noon HN-100-1/2, USA 1970) M- € 40,00
  Ultra moody Louisiana low key garage 2-sider! The B-s. "Want It To Last" is a haunting SHUTDOWN '66-type ballad with fuzz!  
JADES LTD., THE: Last Chance/You're Not There (Tower 366, USA 1967) VG+ (promo) € 20,00
  Cool NY organ garage stomper! Not on a comp.  
LEE, BARRY: Make It/Things Gotta To Change (Redda no#, USA 1964) VG(+) € 25,00
  Hard to find 45 from Cleveland, Ohio by the same (Italian) guy who recorded as Barry Lee & The Actions. "Things Gotta To Change" is tuff mersey-ish garage beat. "Make It" is great garage pop w/ doo-wop influences. A Rite pressing (13143/4).  
ME AND DEM GUYS: Black Cloud/Come On Little Sweetheart (Coral Gables 2082, USA 1966) EX € 25,00
  Great '66 Michigan frat rock dancer! "Come On Little Sweetheart" appeared on GAMMA KNEE KAPPA, SCREAM LOUD!!! THE FENTON STORY and GRAVEL #4. Perfect copy!  
MONCKENMIER ENSEMBLE, THE: Golden Wings/Cry The Rain Down (Sonoplay SN-20.021, SPAIN 1967) EX/VG (woc/sobc/wol) € 40,00
  Unknown Spanish-only 45 by this NY 60's group! The B-s. "Cry the Rain Down" is a true psych garage winner! Sticker removal damage on sleeve and label. RARE!!  
O'DELL, KENNY: Beautiful People/Flower Girl/Sunshine Dreaming/You'll Break Me Yet (Gamma GX 07-477, MEXICO 1967) VG+/VG++ (swoc) € 25,00
  Mexican EP by this U.S. singer/songwriter. The wonderful "Flower Girl" was included on the MYSTIC MALES compilation. "Sunshine Dreaming" and "YouŽll Break Me Yet" are otherwise only to be found on his debut-LP "Beautiful People". Rare!  
TANGERINE ZOO, THE: One More Heartache/Trip To The Zoo (Mainstream 682, USA 1968) VG- € 15,00
  Boston area 60's band. Tuff Hammond garage version of the Miracles/M. gaye song b/w freaked out heavy organ psych. Not the best copy you can think of, but plays OK...and cheap!  
TROLLS, THE: Something Here Inside/Laughing All The Way (ABC 10884, USA 1966) VG+ (promo/xol) € 15,00
  Chicago 60's group. Fab melodic pop beat 2-sider. "Something Here Inside" was on GRAVEL #4. Comes with ABC company sleeve.