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Various Artists - The History of Memphis Garage Rock: The 90's album mp3
Garage Rock,Psychedelic/Garage,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Lo-Fi,Proto-Punk
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    The History of Memphis Garage Rock: The 90's
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Garage Rock,Psychedelic/Garage,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Lo-Fi,Proto-Punk
  • Date of release:
    September 23, 2003
  • Duration:
    47:03
  • Size FLAC version
    1886 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1811 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1839 megabytes
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    4.9
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    861
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As recounted by the Shangri-La Projects label and local citizen Ross Johnson, the story of the '90s Memphis underground begins and ends with three guys, Jeff Evans, Jack Yarber, and Greg Cartwright (aka Jack Oblivion and Greg Oblivion). In the end, History of Memphis Garage Rock is really more like a box of greasy Polaroids than a historical timeline. But age hasn't faded those shots, and it doesn't lessen the immediacy of these rave-ups.

A History of Garage and Frat Bands in Memphis, 1960-75 is a Memphis garage rock compilation cd that was released in conjunction with the book Playing for a Piece of the Door, by Ron Hall. The book is a candid history and discography of over one hundred garage rock bands who recorded at least one record in Memphis between1960-1975.

As short lived as that first wave of garage rock was in the mid-1960s (it didn't even have a name until rock critics in the 1970s got nostalgic), few genres have branched into more great music (punk, psychedelia, post-punk, power pop, et. or had the staying power as garage rock. The first album from The Seeds can’t be denied in part because it houses two of the very best singles in the history of rock ’n’ roll. 2. Various Artists: Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 (1972) One-stop shopping for fans of mid- to late-’60s garage rock, Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 collects tracks from, well, just about everyone who mattered: The Remains, The Electric Prunes, The 13th Floor Elevators, The Standells, Count Five, The Strangeloves.

The Main Ingredient - Pete Rock & . Smooth (1994) 90. Stunts, Blunts & Hip Hop - Diamond D (1992) 91. . Disclaimer: There is nothing 'Official' about these lists.

Bands of the '90s created a unique sound and catchy lyrics in a way that captured the enthusiasm and disillusionment of the era. The '90s bands and solo artists that populate this list cover all musical categories. If you're still feeling nostalgic, check out the best fictional 90s songs and the greatest one hit wonders of the 90s. From the East Coast/West Coast rap wars, to the grunge era, to low-fi garage rock, to '90s rock bands, the Lilith Fair sound, and the teen pop takeover - 1990s music was rich with experimentation and style. Where else but in the MTV in your head.

Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time: Tupac Shakur. Buckley had scrapped one stab at a second album and was gearing up to start over when he drowned in a freak accident in Memphis in May 1997, leaving Grace as the only studio album completed to his satisfaction in his brief lifetime. But it is a rich legacy: the transportive blend of serpentine guitars and Buckley's melismatic singing in "Mojo Pin" and "Grace"; the garage-band swagger and velvet pathos of "Last Goodbye" and "So Real"; the way Buckley turns Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" into delicate, personal prayer.

Anyway, the Projects department dabbles in various media, including releasing compilations, most notably their Memphis-centric three volume Garage Rock series. The first two volumes cover 1960s garage and frat rock, while the third volume captures the current Memphis garage scene. Check out a sampling of Sixties volumes below. Download: MP3: The Breakers :: Don’t Send Me No Flowers MP3: Los Angeles Smog Division :: Blue Green ---- ww. hangri. I’ve always wondered what happened to the Grifters, a great Shangri La Records band that released their final album on Sub Pop years ago and then disappeared. Sherman says: July 20, 2008 at 11:10 pm. Dave Shouse & Scott Taylor have just formed the New Mary Jane. They’ve played a couple shows in Memphis this spring and do a few Grifters tunes as well as other new originals.

Credits

'68 Comeback - Primary Artist
James Arthur - Group Member, Guitar
Daniel Ball - Photography
King Louie Bankston - Drums, Group Member, Vocals
Scott Bomar - Bass, Farfisa Organ, Group Member
Dave Boyer - Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Dan K. Brown - Bass, Group Member
Charles E. Calhoun - Composer
Milton Campbell - Composer
Rebecca Carter - Drums, Group Member
Greg Cartwright - Drums, Group Member, Guitar
Jim Cole - Photography
The Compulsive Gamblers - Primary Artist
Cool Jerks - Primary Artist
Melissa Dunn - Guitar, Vocals
Doug Easley - Bass
Sue Easley - Vocals (Background)
Jimmy Enck - Bass, Group Member, Saxophone
Jeffrey Evans - Group Member, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
George Fletcher - Bass, Group Member
La Fong - Primary Artist
Bob Fordyce - Drums, Group Member
Eric Friedl - Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Rex Garvin - Composer
The Gibson Bros. - Primary Artist
Jeff Goggans - Drums
Jeff Green - Group Member, Guitar
Alex Greene - Piano
Grundies - Primary Artist
Christoph Hahn - Guitar
Mark Harrison - Bass, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Trey Harrison - Group Member, Guitar, Photography, Vocals
Forrest Hewes - Drums, Group Member, Vocals
Jim Higgins - Photography
Ellen Hoover - Drums, Group Member
Don Howland - Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Michael Hurtt - Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Impala - Primary Artist
Jackie "O" - Guitar, Vocals
Ross M. "Flamin R" Johnson - Liner Notes
Tyler Keith - Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
King Louie The 69th & The Harahan Crack Combo - Primary Artist
Bob Kondrack - Photography
Stephanie Lang - Drums
The Legs - Primary Artist
Rob Lexander - Bass, Group Member, Vocals
Davis McCain - Vocals (Background)
Mr. Quintron - Group Member, Organ
The Neckbones - Primary Artist
Greg Oblivian - Guitar, Primary Artist, Toy Piano
Jack Oblivian & Impala - Primary Artist
Oblivians - Primary Artist
Jason Paxton - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Scott Rogers - Bass, Group Member
Royal Pendletons - Primary Artist
Kurt Ruleman - Drums, Group Member
Oliver Sain - Composer
The Satyrs - Primary Artist
Geoffrey Brent Shrewsbury - Cover Photo
Snakehips - Primary Artist
John Stivers - Group Member, Guitar
Jack "Happy Jack" Taylor - Group Member, Guitar, Organ
Rodney Thomas - Drums, Group Member
David Thompson - Design
The Tip Tops - Primary Artist
Alicja Trout - Group Member, Guitar
Lorette Velvette - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
John West - Bass, Piano
Darin Lin Wood - Group Member, Guitar
Jack Yarber - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Saxophone, Vocals

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Emulsified Rex Garvin The Gibson Bros. 2:20
2 Shake, Rattle and Roll Charles E. Calhoun Jeffrey Evans / La Fong 2:40
3 Paper Boy Blues '68 Comeback 2:57
4 Bad Taste The Compulsive Gamblers 3:33
5 How Long Oblivians 3:29
6 Honey, I'm Too Old Jack Oblivian & Impala 2:20
7 Bad Man Greg Oblivian / The Tip Tops 2:38
8 For a Little While Jack Yarber Cool Jerks 2:27
9 Wild About You The Legs 2:59
10 Ltd A-Go Go Impala 2:50
11 Don't Crowd Your Mind Lorette Velvette 3:02
12 You Look Good Grundies 2:34
13 Road to Nowhere Snakehips 2:49
14 Eyeful The Neckbones 3:34
15 Johnny Rebel Jason Paxton The Satyrs 2:32
16 Losing Hand Milton Campbell / Oliver Sain Royal Pendletons 2:44
17 Jailbait King Louie The 69th & The Harahan Crack Combo 1:35

Nnulam
some decent cuts, but should be titled "a history of our garage rock". Memphis had some awesome garage rock in the '90s and it's own sound. this album would be great if it just had some Memphis Garage Rock from the '90s in it..........lol