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Bongo Boy Records: Out of the Garage, Vol. 2

by Various Artists

Volume Two of the Music Compilation Series Out Of The Garage features Garage Rock, Punk Rock songs by various international recording artists.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Show Me the Love
Mark Lindsay
3:28 $0.99
2. So Fine
The Nolas
3:15 $0.99
3. Boys
Cheap Perfume
2:05 $0.99
4. Kill a Clown (No, Not Really)
Mike Daly & The Planets
2:47 $0.99
5. Little Bit Lied To
Susan Surftone
2:43 $0.99
6. A Spy for Love
Mia Moravis
2:34 $0.99
7. Don't Look Back
Pamela Davis
4:01 $0.99
8. The Wrong Kind of People
3:11 $0.99
9. Sun, Surf and Sand
The Accelerators
1:51 $0.99
10. Ramones Rock
The Oneneeders
2:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
Garage Rock on Bongo Boy Records Out Of The Garage Volume Two.Meet the featured recording artists:
1. From Bongo Boy Records roster Mark Lindsay - Show Me The Love 3:27
Mark Lindsay has had two Coolest Songs In The World on The Underground Garage - 2nd Coolest Song In The World is the leading track on Volume Two "Show Me The Love" from is comeback album LIFE OUT LOUD. Written by Gar Francis (The Doughboys/Plainfield Slim) and Mark Lindsay. “Show Me The Love” - “nice heavy rhythm. I dig the Steve Winwood Spencer Davis era keyboards. Combined with the guitar and the vocal growl, this song is a mood changer. Want to feel better, take a listen.” - Review by The Grouch | Sweden

2. From Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Nolas - So Fine 3:15
The Nolas are an alternative rock band from Montreal, Canada formed in 2013. Explosive guitar riffs, catchy melodies and groovy drum beats make The Nolas distinctive and appealing to their fans. Having excited audiences in both Quebec and Ontario, their music has been described as “Power Pop Rock” and “Surf Rock” evoking a “Tarantino-esque” style. The Nolas are a welcoming addition to the Garage Rock line up for smashing compilation volume. We would like to thank Frank Farkas for his excellent taste in music and bringing The Nolas to Bongo Boy Records USA.

3. From New York City, USA. Cheap Perfume - Boys 2:05
With a history as rich as Cheap Perfume's from their heyday as the Queen Bees of the NY pop/punk scene in the late 70's/early 80's, and a repertoire so catchy that die-hard fans remember the songs to this day, the first decade of the new millennium seemed as good a time as any to reunite, which Cheap Perfume decided to do - and in style. They reclaimed their crowns at reunion gigs in 2007 and 2009, knocking out audiences and cutting tracks in the studio. The band gained new fans, ones it may not have had at the height of its fame. Says guitarist Bunny Ledesma, "I feel like we have a lot of new, young female fans, so our audience is pretty well-balanced now. There are so many female musicians performing; the audiences now are very receptive. Rock'n'Roll never dies. We believe the spirit of CBGB and the New York punk scene will always live on." Well, the music of Cheap Perfume definitely lives on!

4. From North Haledon, NJ, USA. Mike Daly & the Planets - Kill A Clown (No, Not Really) 2:46
Mike Daly & The Planets released their debut EP, The Cosmic Adventures of ManBoy, in 2010, and made their live debut a few months later at a backyard barbecue hosted by Pat DiNizio of The Smithereens. Its members are singer/guitarist Mike Daly, lead guitarist John Reynolds, bassist Jim Van Sickle and drummer Jim Smith. Daly, Reynolds and Van Sickle had played together previously in the band Every Damn Day, which released two full-length CDs and several EPs during the 1990s and early 2000s. Mike Daly & The Planets are among the featured artists on the new Bongo Boy Records compilation, Backroom Blues Volume Two and on Out Of The Garage Volume Two.

5. From Beavertown, Oregon, USA. Susan SurfTone - Little Bit Lied To 2:43
The reigning queen of instrumental surf rock, makes her singing debut on her new song, “Little Bit Lied To,” a perfect anthem for this presidential election. When questioned about why she decided, after recording four instrumental albums, to sing for the first time, SurfTone said: “I wrote “Little Bit Lied To” in 1993...I always had in the back of my mind that some day I’d like to sing this song. Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly and eventually guitar players have to sing. - Mary Pauline Lowry | Huffington Post

6. From Keene, New Hampshire, USA Mia Moravis - A Spy For Love 2:34
Recording artist and actress Mia Moravis collaborated with Garage Rocker Gar Francis to record his new song “A Spy For Love”.
Mia votes for the Grammys®, Latin Grammys®, is a Judge for the Emmys®, and is a three-time Emmy®-nominated Producer. Mia is a Co-Producer of the recent Off-Broadway revival of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (The York Theatre Company), featuring Broadway's best child actors. She is an Executive Producer of A Rockin’ Midsummer Night’s Dream (Broadway Records), and a Member of the Van Dean/Stephanie Rosenberg production team bringing Anastasia to Broadway in spring 2017. Mia Moravis is featured, with her all-girl band, Rage Of Angels, on two tracks on Bongo Boy Records’ Out Of The Garage Volume One. Her first-ever blues release, singing the Gar Francis original, Work Me, Baby, is produced by Trevor Sewell, with whom she appears, on Bongo Boy's Backroom Blues Volume Three. Mia also appears, singing two of her original works, on Bongo Boys' Beach album.

7. From Jupiter, Florida, USA. Pamela Davis - Don't Look Back 4:00
Recording artist and music teacher Pamela Davis has brought to Bongo Boy Records her rock song “Don’t Look Back". She has released successfully several cd albums and is a well established artist which records all of her own instrumentation. Pamela is quite versatile a number of instruments, completed all of the arrangements and songwriting on this song “Don’t Look Back". Pamela also appears, with her original work, on Bongo Boys' Beach album.

8. From Europe hooyoosay - The Wrong Kind of People 3:09
A music recording project, having a variety of unnamed and frequently changing collaborators. It was this occasional recording jam that gave birth to hooyoosay, a couple of guys playing some cover songs just for the fun of it, but eventually resulting into an online-stores release. As some of these guys had their reasons for remaining anonymous, it was decided simply not to credit anyone at all. Then later, when things further developed into an organized project, this initial coincidence was maintained as a principle: no credits, no live gigs. So, hooyoosay became this peculiar music recording project, having a variety of unnamed and frequently changing collaborators, inevitably displaying a wide diversity in taste and in styles with each release. Hooyoosay also appears, with their original work, on Bongo Boys' Beach album and Bongo Boy’s Awesome Big Hair Bands Volume One.

9. From Union, New Jersey, USA. The Accelerators - Sun, Surf & Sand 1:51
The band released a number of self-produced vinyl records and cassettes. Their brand of fast and loud "power pop" music made them local club favorites throughout the late 1980s. The won "The Best Garage Rock Song” on Bongo Boy Records Out Of The Garage Volume One with their song "Take It Or Leave It". Music Reviewers and DJs support was overwhelming and well received for The Accelerators with the other artists featured on Out Of The Garage Volume One.

10. From New Hope, New Jersey, USA The OneNeeders - Ramones Rock 2:59
The OneNeeders are a looose fitting group of musicians based completely on personal enjoyment. The band is made up of multiple line-ups on each song. The only constant is OneNeeder1 who provides voice, guitars, bass, and keys. He is also the primary writer. The second player Marcus Kitchen (Mischief Night, Mars, Beverly Mud, Daddy Long Legs...) who plays drums, guitar, bass and keys. Bryant Vazquez (Solo, Beverly Mud) also plays drums, guitar, bass and keys. Wes Werner (Fish Out Of Water) plays bass. Rob Goldsmith (Rob G) plays guitar. Ty Hunt (Lionsblaze) plays bass and drums. Ken Lantz (solo) and Kelly Barsch (solo, Without Rick) provide some vocal relief. And finally Mike Stancy (Stancy, Church Street Shakers, The Jolly Ball Theory) plays guitar as well writes some of the music. These songs are done in just a few takes to preserve the natural live feeling.



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