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Garage Rock Radio Podcast 11 - Garage Rock and Acid Rock Psychedelic Songs from the 60s and today!

Garage Rock Radio Podcast 11 - Garage Rock and Acid Rock Psychedelic Songs from the 60s and today!

About the show

Playing tracks by

The Cons, Frumious Bandersnatch, Top Drawer, The Grateful Dead, Beauregard Ajax and more.

This is a podcast of 11 songs that will blow your mind! Listen to 3 1960s Garage Rock / Garage Punk songs, 2 Garage Rock songs from today, and 6 very heavy Acid Rock Psychedelic songs from the 1960s. Groovy music to take you on a trip; a journey to the center of your mind!
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Comments

GarageRockRadioRecords

Thanks to everyone who listened! We are over 4000 listens now! That's excellent for a Garage Rock podcast on here. Click the Garage Rock tag above and check out the other Garage Rock podcasts. Some are great but very few got anywhere as many listens, so again, THANKS! Also thanks to everyone who commented here!

The Route 66 Rock & Blues Show

Nice work! The Chessmen track is cool. Keep on rockin'

Lubos Sakmary

Just added my top 10 Psychedelics songs relaxingblogger.blogspot.com

Loathsome_Dog

The picture doesn't match the music. Nearly put me off.
Awesome music though.

The Stoned Garage Podcast Show

The show rocks. Just what I grew up on a teen in the 70s.

Bernard B. Laguit

its like music collections you usually hear over at Johnny Rockets or even from the movie Austin Powers. I'm enjoying it!

The Open Source Transmission

For more classic rock and garage rock, including Iggy & The Stooges and MC5, try this: http://www.mixcloud.com/theost/rock/ Or if you want to take it down the psychedelic route, you might just enjoy a bit of this: http://www.mixcloud.com/theost/progadelica/

eltrigoz
eltrigoz

COOOL

Ela Probola-Plasan

Great composition, amazing! I really like it. Definitely I will visit garagerockradio.com and look for more.