Nuggets Volume One: The Hits
Label: Rhino Records
Series: Nuggets – RNLP 025
Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Cover: In shrink VG++ slightest of cornerwear
Includes original sleeve
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
A1 Leaves – Hey Joe
A2 Electric Prunes – I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night
A3 Five Americans– I See The Light
A4 Standells – Dirty Water
A5 Human Beinz – Nobody But Me
A6 Blues Magoos - We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet
A7 Barbarians – Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl
B1 Seeds – Pushin' Too Hard
B2 Music Machine – Talk Talk
B3 Count Five – Psychotic Reaction
B4 Balloon Farm – A Question Of Temperature
B5 Nazz – Open My Eyes
B6 Amboy Dukes – Journey To The Center Of The Mind
B7 Blue Cheer – Summertime Blues
Artwork By [Art Direction] – Art D. Rekshun
Artwork By [Cover] – Don Brown
Compiled By – Gary Stewart, Harold Bronson, Richard Foos
Other [Special Thanks] – Jac Holzman, Lenny Kaye
Photography [Archives] – Michael Ochs
1984 psych and garage rock compilation LP on the Rhino label. featuring 1960's classics by the Electric Prunes, the Standells, the Leaves, the barbarians, the Seeds, Amboy Dukes, Music Machine.
A straightforward collection of garage-rock chart successes, including "Psychotic Reaction," "Dirty Water, " "Nobody but Me, " and "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night."
Electric Prunes - I Had Too Much To Dream
Yes, those were special years. It was a time of great change, and conflict. And the music of those years is a reflection of what was happening in the world and in society. Too Much to Dream is an unforgettable part of that history.
Human Beinz - Nobody But Me
It's hard to imagine what the kids must have made of the Human Beinz' first album when it was released back in 1968. The band was riding high on the charts with their feedback-enhanced cover of the Isley Brothers' bold statement of dance prowess, "Nobody But Me".
Nobody But Me is more than a bit pretentious, but it's also better than you might expect, and it builds on its psychedelic ambitions with greater success than the majority of Nehru-clad Midwesterners of the era.
The Seeds - Pushin Too Hard
A garage standard if there ever was one.
Count Five - Psychotic Reaction
Standells - Dirty Water