Various Artists | Lost Souls, Vol. 4: Unreleased 1960s Garage and Psychedelic Rock from Arkansas

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Lost Souls, Vol. 4: Unreleased 1960s Garage and Psychedelic Rock from Arkansas

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Unreleased 1960s Garage and Psychedelic Rock from Arkansas
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Can't Stop, Can't Go
The Federal Union
2:25 album only
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2. I Pity People
The Stepin' Stones
2:35 album only
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3. She Just Goes Her Way
The Vipers
2:01 album only
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4. My Love Is Gone
The Vipers
1:39 album only
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5. I Really Need You
The Federal Union
3:07 album only
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6. Tears of Blue
The Coachmen
2:31 album only
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7. That's What I Need Your Love For
The Barons
3:07 album only
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8. Can't Stop, Can't Go (Version 2)
The Federal Union
3:36 album only
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9. I'm Feeling Down
Steppendog
2:02 album only
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10. So Excited
The Vipers
2:16 album only
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11. Time
The Vipers
2:00 album only
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12. A Day Without Time
The Federal Union
4:06 album only
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13. I'll Call You
The Villigers
2:02 album only
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14. Please Send Her
The Loved Ones
1:40 album only

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Album Notes
Lost Souls Volume 4 features ALL unreleased tracks from the heyday of garage and psychedelic rock in Arkansas from 1965-1968. Lost Souls Volume 4 mines unknown and rare gems from even deeper into the vault of Arkansas. 100% originals and 100% uncomped. You have NEVER heard these tunes before, which have been hidden on acetates and tapes on the brink of extinction. Lost Souls Volume 4 features acetate contributions by Joey D, Mark Taylor, and Barry Wickham in addtion to discoveries by Harold Ott for Psych of the South records. An insert provides info and pictures to check out while you listen to the 14 undiscovered songs gathered here.

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