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  • Terry Greene You are correct, SIR! This is what I'd rate a devine flashback. Thank you, nv. Downloading now.
From the Basic Blues Magoos album (1968). 07/15 Enjoy!

  • Terry Greene You are correct, SIR! This is what I'd rate a devine flashback. Thank you, nv. Downloading now.

From the Basic Blues Magoos album (1968). 07/15 Enjoy!


from 1969 Never Goin' Back To Georgia album
  • James Nolan Sounds like (bandleader and sole remaining original member when this album came out in 1969) Peppy Castro had been listening to Mongo Santamaria--that's whose music this jam recalls. The original lineup of the Magoos has a new album titled Psychedelic Resurrection and are touring to support it this year--I'll have to check that new disc out.
  • The Los Angeles Free Press 60's Music Site This album has one little shred of guitar noodling in Heartbreak Hotel and that's it. There were a few guitarless groups at the time....Atomic Rooster, Rare Bird......but these guys didn't quite cut it. This album actually holds up in most places. Gulf Coast Bound, it's follow up, is much more abysmal. It's like the group "Aorta" 1st lp was genious and the sophomore effort wasn't even in the same area code. Needless to say....this one tanked. Errata: Recorded at: Regent Sound Studio - New York City 16 track Ampex MM 1000 The track listing follows the original vinyl-release and the artwork of this release. The real track order on this CDr is 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (the manufacturer mixed up the original sides of the LP!) the german reissue......lol