Sunday, February 23, 2014

Mix Tape 046

The Clickettes

Spencer Wiggins
A very special thanks to Shawn who’s been regularly sending top notch material. He keeps me on my toes by alerting me to all the great new stuff that’s out there with his contributions.

See below for scan credits.  Enjoy!

1. “Every Day and Night” - The Sound Explosion - Just released on Lost in Tyme, a dream split 7” with 2 great Greek bands.  Side B is the Basements.  Contributed by Shawn.

2. “This Kind of Feeling” - Last - from “L.A. Explosion” 1979

3. “I Just Can’t Help It” - The Clickettes - 1963, comp’d on “Where the Girls Are” - formed in 1958 also known as the Click-ettes and Cliquettes.

4. “Tribal Gathering” - The Byrds - from “The Notorious Byrd Brothers” 1968

5. “Love Like Voodoo” - Soraia - recently released from the album “In the Valley of Love and Guns” - contributed by Shawn

6. “I’d Rather Go Blind” - Spencer Wiggins - Fame, 1970 - I’ve got 3 words… OMG!

7. “Between the Bullet and the Lie” - The Soulphonics - from “The Dynamic Sounds of the Soulphonics” 2011

8. “Please Don’t Go” - Yvonne Carroll - Vee Jay, 1963

9. “Nothing Seems to Fit” - RAF - from their recent debut vinyl EP :Come On!” Long live power pop. Contributed by Shawn. 

10. “And Im Glad” - The Marc V - Sound City, 1967

11. “I Don’t Want You” - The Thanes - from their 2013 Dirty Water 45, contributed by Shawn

12. “Is This Love” - Studio Allstars - from “Is This Love - (Tribute to Bob Marley)”

13. “I’ll Remember You” - Elements - Del-Nita Records, 1970

14. “Swing Like a Monkey” - The Len Price 3 - from the recent release “Nobody Knows”

15. “Nite Owl” - Tony Allen & the Champs - Specialty, 1955

16. “I Lost You In My Mind” - Painted Faces - Manhattan, 1967

17. “Mind and Soul” - Baby Woodrose - from “Blows Your Mind!” 2001

18. “You” - The Maltese Four - Pacific Challenger, 1966

19. “My Very Own” - Donald Woods & the Vel-Aires - Flip, 1955

20. “Won’t Work on Me” - Mark & the Spies - from “Give Me a Look” 2009

21. “I Wish You Would” - Billy Boy Arnold - Vee-Jay, 1955 - supposedly developed from “Diddy Diddy Dum Dum,” a song Billy Boy wrote and sang with Bo Diddley

22. “I Wish You Would” - John Hammond - from the CD reissue of his 1967 album, “I Can Tell” - Bill Wyman fills in on percussion 

23. “I’m Sad” - The Kumari - from the recently released 4-song EP on Lost in Tyme, cover of Black & the Blues - contributed by Shawn                                                                                                                                                     
24. “I Don’t Mind” - The Hitmen - WEA, 1981

Scan Credits:

Clickettes scan from

Spencer Wiggins scan from

“Please Don’t Go” scan from

“I’ll Remember You” scan from

Billy Boy Arnold scan from


  1. Thanks for the props Glenn, though compared to all of the music you have given me over your 150 plus posts on your blogs, my contributions seem small! I agree with you that artists benefit from exposure here. I mean, let's face it, where else are active bands in the garage genre going to be heard? I hope that the folks who download your playlists will buy some of what they like. If anyone is looking to buy vinyl the place to start is Soundflat Records. Soundflat is a distributor of many of the labels that feature garage, punk, pop, psych, sixties, ect. There's lots of news on new releases right on the front page of the store.


  2. A new mix from Glenn is always cause for celebration, and, yes, Spencer Wiggins - too much, baby!

  3. Another belter...Thanks, SmartNoise

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