Highs In The Mid Sixties Vol. 4
HITMS was always such a frustrating experience for me. Some real cool tracks but mixed with duds, pretty shitty sound but nice package.
This starts out great with 3 jaw-dropping punkers (ok, Shaprels is more high-end psych..) but it ends with the silliest song in the universe.
The album's got some real nice frat-rockers tho, and some cute pop and the mighty hyper-cool Todds I Want Her Back.
So about 25-30% is hot fuckin garage and the rest is just..nice (except for that horrid Mr. Sullivan..)
And it was here the quality of garage-comps started to deteriorate. Instead of getting your mind blown, you got your senses slightly breezed.
But Highs are an interesting document of the garage-times of yore, some 30 years ago.