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Old 05-04-2009, 03:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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In conjunction with The Cellar Dwellers Special radio show tonight, I've created a link on my myspace page to this page so people can have their chance to debate tonights show properly.

Tonights show is counting down the top nine most underrated bands from the 1960's as voted for by me......

The criteria? Well they must be good and my gran must not have heard of them, therefore out goes The Velvet Underground for example , they also must have had an album featured on the show over the past year, so no West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band or Soft Machine unfortunately

After the show I'll be posting the official countdown and my reasons here.

So the show?

The Cellar Dwellers Special
Monday 4th May

2pm - Los Angeles
5pm - New York
10pm - UK
11pm - Europe


Live Stream
http://www.pureradio.org.uk/silo/fil...-streaming.m3u]



Happy Debating.

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Old 05-04-2009, 07:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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ah, show's going to be awesome. wish i could chime in, but i've got a final exam at the same time.

you know your stuff Ben, keep up the good work.
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Old 05-04-2009, 07:55 AM   #3 (permalink)
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That sounds really good though i'm not sure i'm going to be around. If i am i'll be tuned in.
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Electric Prunes! Yesyesyes love it
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And the results are starting to come through



9) The Electric Prunes
Formed in Los Angeles in 1965, no other group personified underground West Coast Psychedelia better than this group, creators of two fine albums in 1967. Ultimately, The Prunes became a victim of record label shenanigans, but away from politics when it came to fuzz filled fun, there was no one better in California

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I've always preferred Underground, it just always appealed to me more. They are definitely going on my 1001 albums list at some point (probably soon incase I forget)
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8) Turquoise
Once next-door neighbours of the Davies brothers in the Muswell Hill area of London, this fine four piece had a publishing deal with Decca via Apple in the late sixties whilst under the guidance of The Rolling Stones management team. Oddly, despite having created several unbelievably marvellous songs, they never made an album, and even more oddly fizzled out in 1969 without having a single hit.
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I'm on and this is fitting my mood well!
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