In this episode we discuss some truly rare albums, which were originally released in 100 copies or less, making some of them highly sought-after and very pricey (if you ever get a chance to see a copy). Beside the rarity they also contain some quality psychedelic music that spans most of its subgenres, from acid-folk, psych-pop to garage and heavy psych. We touch upon many subjects, such as the elusive and murky tax-scam business and discuss one of its top records, Stonewall. We also pay a visit to the UK underground scene and listen to the great homemade recordings of Complex and Tony, Caro and John. Also included in the episode are music from the two (singer-) songwriters John Michael Roch and Gary Osborne as well as the lo-fi Northwest garage band Brigade.
Brigade-Last Laugh (Band n´ Vocal 1970)
Stonewall-s/t (Tiger Lily 1976)
Gary Osborne (Kinney Music 1971)
Tony, Caro and John-All on the First Day (1972)
John Michael Roch-Wish You In My Arms (1976)