Tag: Now Sounds
Texas rocker Bobby Fuller will forever be known for his sole hit and his mysterious death. That’s a shame, as this new compilation shows that he was a versatile and promising young artist.
Harpers Bizarre was perhaps the most anachronistic pop band to hit the charts during the Summer of Love. This collection condenses the band to its best element–the single side of a 45 record.
Two recent reissues capture the glory of Chicago-based garage rock band’s. Second album A Scratch In The Sky is a psychedelic pop classic.
The author of one of the 1960s brightest, lushest hits offered up a solo album that was stark and dark and not much like the song that made her famous.
Donna Loren was one of the faces of the 1960s, a young woman with an interesting albeit brief career, from being a model for Dr. Pepper, a dancer on Shindig!, and appearing in several “beach” movies, most notably Beach Blanket Bingo. Unsurprisingly, then, an attempt was made to turn the already-talented young woman into… Read More ›
It would be extremely easy to call Tiny Tim a one-off, but that doesn’t begin to do justice to just exactly how unique Herbert Khaury was. A large, imposing man with a voice that seemed unsuited for a man of his stature, Tiny Tim would become a fixture on talk shows for his singing and… Read More ›