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Linda Hargrove in the ’60s, and a Psych Band Named After All

Linda Hargrove in the '60s, and the Psych Band After All

  Anyone who’s read Savage Lost, or who has ever seen my record collection, knows about my fanaticism for ‘60s garage bands. I love the energy and simplicity in a lot of the songs, and prefer the primal sounds to the more sophisticated music that followed. Complex arrangements and instrumental experiments are fine, but I’d …

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Euphoria, and the Hyperbolic & Hit Labels

Euphoria’s 1971 single on the Hit International label was mentioned on page 395 of Savage Lost, as one of the better local releases of the ‘70s. Time and space didn’t permit more details about the label, or its role in our local music scene, starting in 1969. This particular Hit label (as it was …

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Hyperbolic & Hit Records International Discography

Cheatin’ On You Honey/Why Can’t I Be Yours 105
Where Was My Mind/High Flyer 107
Johnny Let’s Go To Town/Waiting 108
You’re Too Young To Know/Speed 110
(no artist listed)
Have Fun, Baby/High Flyer
(This …

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Give Someone You Love The Best Years Of Their Life!

Give them the gift of rock ‘n roll, the way you experienced it when everything seemed new, exciting, and ever-evolving.   Give them the days of Shindig!, Hullabaloo, and Saturday Hop.   Give them precious memories of hanging out at teen clubs, youth centers, and armories, listening to their favorite local bands and joining in the action …

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Savage Lost

The definitive Florida garage band and soul music story. Discographies, narratives, photos, and fun! Title: Savage Lost: Florida Garage Bands, The ’60s & Beyond
Author: Jeffrey M. Lemlich
ISBN: 0-942963-12-1
Pages:  416    

  • From Evil to the Echoes.
  • From the Clefs of Lavender Hill to the Heroes of Cranberry Farm.
  • From …

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  • Savage Lost – A Short Book Excerpt

    WFUN in April 1966: A great time for local bands

    “Perhaps the main contributing factor to the magnitude of Florida’s ‘60s scenes was the interplay between radio and local bands. This cannot be overemphasized. While the Kollektion could appropriately be billed as “WQAM’s own Kollektion,” the same could no doubt be said about WFUN and bands such as the Montells. This band-to-station relationship created a …

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