The pounding garage-rock din emanating from the jungles of deepest Connecticut could overwhelm the senses, causing the weary NY commuter to become disoriented! Who knew that the most deranged '66-'68 teenage mayhem imaginable would come from Wallingford's Trod Nossel Studios, whose owner/producer Thomas "Doc" Cavalier (a former dentist) recorded top-flight acts as diverse as the tough 'n' melodic Shags ("Don't Press Your Luck"), the R&B-consumed Wildweeds ("No Good to Cry," featuring a Pre-NRBQ Al Anderson on vocals) and fuzzed-out punks the Bram Rigg Set ("I Can Only Give You Everything"). SUNDAZED presents, on double-LP vinyl and compact disc, the high-impact, garage-rock havoc-- at least two-thirds of it totally unreleased--that finally tears the lid off Connecticut's best-kept rock 'n' roll secret!
Also available as a digital download on iTunes.
I Can Only Give You Everything - Bram Rigg Set • Don’t Press Your Luck - The Shags • Help Me - George’s Boys • Too Many Lies - The Lively Ones • Take The Time To Be Yourself - Bram Rigg Set • Hide Away - The Shags • ‘SSS' Happenin’ Here - Uranus And The Five Moons • Sleepless Nights - The Ravens • You’re Cutting Out - Fourth Ryke • I’ve Paid My Dues - The Bearies • Wavz Radio Jingle - The Shags • No Good To Cry - The Wildweeds • Think - The Lively Ones • I Can’t Explain - Bram Rigg Set • Breathe In My Ear - The Shags • Please Leave - Fourth Ryke • Spector’s Radio Ad - The Shags • Nothing Remains - Uranus And The Five Moons • You Don’t Love Me - Bram Rig Set • Come Back To Me - The Shags • Luv - The Roadrunners • I’m Dreaming - The Wildweeds • Your Groove - Uranus And The Five Moons • Hey, Little Girl - The Shags • Sticks And Stones - George’s Boys • Bad News For Me - The Bearies • Make A Record With The Shags - The Shags