• LOW ROCKS “BLUEBERRY JAM/MIDNIGHT TEARS”

    LOW ROCKS “BLUEBERRY JAM/MIDNIGHT TEARS” GHAS-57" SINGLE Description: Early ‘60s Detroit instrumental combo who played for as many as 7,500 people at one time! “Blueberry Jam” is a take on the Fats Domino classic “Blueberry Hill” while the flip is a slow original. This 45 is a reissue of their 1961 45 on Thunder Rocks’ [...] Continue Reading
  • HAIG, RONNIE “HEY LITTLE BABY/MINUTE MADNESS/TRAVELER OF LOVE”

    HAIG, RONNIE “HEY LITTLE BABY/MINUTE MADNESS/TRAVELER OF LOVE” GHAS-43-SONG 7" EP Description: These three songs come from a 1957 acetate cut by Ronnie Haig along with members of his high-school band the Twilighters who were a doo-wop group. “Hey Little Baby” is a rockabilly number that still has roots in country music that was prevalent [...] Continue Reading
  • VIRTUE, FRANKIE AND THE VIRTUES “PENN STATE TWIST/THE TEEM MASHED POTATOES”

    VIRTUE, FRANKIE AND THE VIRTUES “PENN STATE TWIST/THE TEEM MASHED POTATOES” GHAS-337" SINGLE Description: Frankie Virtue had quite a career from leading a band in the US Navy during WW II to playing alongside big names like Xavier Cugat and Lionel Hampton to finally opening his own recording studio. His studio left its mark by recording [...] Continue Reading
  • SWAMP RATS, THE “PSYCHO/LOUIE LOUIE”

    SWAMP RATS, THE “PSYCHO/LOUIE LOUIE” GHAS-217" Single Description: At last! Fabulous reissue of ’60s garage-punk double A-side single featuring cuts originally released on two separate 45s by Pittsburgh’s own St. Clair Records. Pittsburgh’s Swamp Rats take on the Sonics’ “Psycho” ranges among the most crude and wild cuts ever recorded, and the flip is equally [...] Continue Reading
  • LITTER, THE “I’M A MAN/HEY JOE”

    LITTER, THE “I’M A MAN/HEY JOE” GHAS-207" SINGLE Description: The A-side of this single is the cataclysmic closing track to the Litter’s astounding debut LP Distortions. Imagine the Yardbirds’ version on steroids! The flip is their version of “Hey Joe” which never made it to their debut, and has only been available through a few [...] Continue Reading
  • TRASHMEN, THE “WELL, ALL RIGHT/THAT’S WHAT THEY SAY +2”

    TRASHMEN, THE “WELL, ALL RIGHT/THAT’S WHAT THEY SAY +2” GHAS-24-SONG 7" EP   Description: Four songs previously unreleased that show the Trashmen in a slightly different light than their best known track, “Surfin’ Bird.” On the A-side, they cover two songs by Buddy Holly while the flip has two country-tinged numbers. Besides “Well, All Right,” [...] Continue Reading