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    I've been trying to rediscover the joys of what my homeland has to offer. I know that the middle east round the 60's/70's was subject to this wave of psychedelic rock/pop that's all fuzzed out. I am really trying to discover what the area had to offer. I know that Aphrodite's Child was probably Greece's most famous band of the area but Turkey had its fair and few good fuzz rock bands.



    This is another reason why I want a catalinbread merkin fuzz.



    3hurler




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QL1JzeAjAs





    Erkin Koray & Ter




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf27dRbq8Dc








    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5P5J-XJO6c
    Spam:Selling:Nothing.WTB:Catalinbread Merkin FuzzGibson Maestro FZ-1 or amazing clone

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EraYuHVmcbw
    Spam:Selling:Nothing.WTB:Catalinbread Merkin FuzzGibson Maestro FZ-1 or amazing clone

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      Spam:Selling:Nothing.WTB:Catalinbread Merkin FuzzGibson Maestro FZ-1 or amazing clone

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        Japan had a **************** ton. Julian cope even wrote a book about it..
        OTHERWORLDLY. Psychedelic, Noise, Shoegaze.Joey Levenson on SoundCloud

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          Japan had a **************** ton. Julian cope even wrote a book about it..
          OTHERWORLDLY. Psychedelic, Noise, Shoegaze.Joey Levenson on SoundCloud

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            DUNGEN-Ta Det Lugnt

            /thread
            My musicMy band"You can never have too much reverb son - write that down.- Phil Spector

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              DUNGEN-Ta Det Lugnt

              /thread
              My musicMy band"You can never have too much reverb son - write that down.- Phil Spector

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                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO3osux7NEE

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                    Some favorites off the top of my head: AKA (Indonesia), Flower Travellin' Band (Japan), Selda (Turkey), Tr

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                      Some favorites off the top of my head: AKA (Indonesia), Flower Travellin' Band (Japan), Selda (Turkey), Tr

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                        Formerly known as Spoonie G.







                        http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/7874/spoileri.jpg

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                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yn5VfuOJsHc
                          Formerly known as Spoonie G.







                          http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/7874/spoileri.jpg

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                          • #14
                            Check out the Love, Peace, and Poetry series of compilations. Each volume focuses on a different geographical region. There's one volume that's all Turkish psych.





                            The Plastic People Of The Universe from Czechoslovakia were also really great.






                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Y7qJ2G8BMQ










                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXUIAqGFYNw





                            I'm a big fan of old obscure psych/garage/freakbeat stuff, especially the foreign stuff.
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                            "With print you substitute an ear for an extra useless eye." MES







                            Originally Posted by zero=infinity


                            I have been forced to register after years of lurking. This is truly epic.

                            I'm from Waukesha, currently living in Milwaukee. Where does this **** live??

                            I want this to make national news.

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                              Check out the Love, Peace, and Poetry series of compilations. Each volume focuses on a different geographical region. There's one volume that's all Turkish psych.





                              The Plastic People Of The Universe from Czechoslovakia were also really great.























                              I'm a big fan of old obscure psych/garage/freakbeat stuff, especially the foreign stuff.
                              PDY: The new forum where pages don't take forever to load.

                              "With print you substitute an ear for an extra useless eye." MES







                              Originally Posted by zero=infinity


                              I have been forced to register after years of lurking. This is truly epic.

                              I'm from Waukesha, currently living in Milwaukee. Where does this **** live??

                              I want this to make national news.

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