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BEAU BRUMMELS, THE: You Tell Me Why/I Want You (Autumn 16, USA 1965) VG++ € 10,00
  Classic jangly CA folk rock 2-sider! A must!  
COOPER, DON: Mad George/Rapid Rainbow Times (Roulette VR 195069, FRANCE 1970) EX/M- (promo) € 10,00
  Great French-only folky pop 2-sider by this NY singer/songwriter! Both songs of his 2nd album "Bless The Children". Promo stamp on label.  
COWSILLS, THE: Most Of All/Siamese Cat (Philips 40382, USA 1966) VG++/M- € 10,00
  Scarce promo PS 45 by this famous 60's Rhode Island folk pop family group.  
CRYAN SHAMES, THE: Sugar And Spice/Ben Franklin's Almanac (Destination 624, USA 1966) VG(+) € 10,00
  Illinois 60's group. Mersey-styled version of the Searchers song b/w fast jangly garage raver ("7" in the TBM-book!) off A JOURNEY TO TYME #2. Dark blue label pressing. Plays great.  
FENIANS, THE: Got A Feeling/Tonight's The Night For Love (Dee Gee Records 3004, USA 1965) VG++ (promo) € 10,00
  Rumoured to be an Irish group that relocated to California. "Got A Feelin'" is great jangly garage!  
FIVE AMERICANS, THE: Zip Code/Sweet Bird Of Youth (Stateside HSS 1219, HOLLAND 1967) VG++/EX (sol/sobc) € 10,00
  Cool Dutch PS issue of pleasant organ garage pop 45!  
GRASS ROOTS, THE: Let's Live For Today/Depressed Feeling (Dunhill D-4084, USA 1967) EX SOLD
  Classic 2-sider incl. a cool remake of the song originally by Italian 60īs group Rokes b/w fast psychedelic fuzz garage fave penned by Grass Roots vocalist Warren Entner. Essential.  
GROOP, THE: A Famous Myth/A Famous Myth (Bell B-800, USA 1969) VG++ (promo) SOLD
  Brilliant flower pop sike with gorgeous harmoy vocals by group that had also a great album out on Bell in 1969. With original company sleeve.  
IN-KEEPERS, THE: Everytime/Daily News (RCA 47-9713, USA 1969) M- (promo) € 10,00
  Unknown late 60's 45 by a group thought to be from New England. The B-s. "Daily News" is great breezy harmony folk pop!  
JAMIE AND THE JURY: Bright Is The Day/This Too Shall Pass (Columbia 4-43969, USA 1966) VG+ (dj) € 10,00
  Second 45 by this obscure CA 60's group. Cool twangy garage pop b/w magical baroque popsike = big fave!  
SYNDICATE OF SOUND: Rumors/The Upper Hand (Stateside HSS 1148, HOLLAND 1966) VG/VG € 10,00
  Scarce Dutch pressing of classic CA garage! The cool PS is wrinkled at the top, but still looks nice enough. Plays fine.