Just sit down, tune in and enjoy the Roller Coaster ride! In the 70s he became aware of private presses and real people music a term coined by him and started to distinguish between those records and major label releases. Talking to Paul is like getting a history lesson in the development of obscure record collecting and together with several other devotees, he was part of laying the foundation to the collector community that we have today. Interview with Douglas Mcgowan Arkivet 9 apr. We wish to thank Aaron Dunn for helping us get in contact with Michal, David Brown for kind permission to use some of his photos and Nathan Wisnicki for helping out with the recording.
Here we continue to explore some more obscure heavy psych and hard rock singles.
Episode 2 - The Esteemed 100 Copies Society
To make some extra money they usually had an album or two to sell to intoxicated customers during their show, and a small fraction of these Lounge albums have the X-factor that create an unique and sometimes psychedelic experience. Interview with Douglas Mcgowan Arkivet 9 apr. As a teenager in Toronto in the ´60s, he found himself in the midst of the current folk boom and he soon become part of the community of aspiring musicians hanging out in the hip neighborhood of Yorkville. Also included in the episode are music from the two singer- songwriters John Michael Roch and Gary Osborne as well as the lo-fi Northwest garage band Brigade. For more info on C. During the early 80s he turned record collecting into a profession.