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  • These files are here for your listening enjoyment all are from out of print non-reissued spoken word and audio gems from my own vinyl collection. If for any reason any of the files posted are infringing or creating a problem please let me know and i will remove them forth with or somethin' like that most importantly this site is about enjoying music and all are encouraged to LISTEN TO & BUY MUSIC SUPPORT ARTISTS AND DO NOT HOT LINK TO MY FILES IT IS NOT COOL. Thanks and have FUN Oh Yea One more thing I've switched to "approve comments" mode for the time being as these bad vibes all round type places like to spam some of my posts so it might be a day or two until your comments appear Thanks for Understanding
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Kurt B

OK, Brother...this one gets an A + just for the cover and blue spirals should be the album cover standard

PS - we've got "I Was a Teenage Brain Surgeon" over at HPS (indefinitely) - lots of ridiculous monster songs - 18 mp3s in a monstrous compilation

Will listen to POE later...thanks for the music, you're helping it turn into a real musically-memorable one -- KB in the LBC

paul harvey

The Playboys of Edinbburg:


This band originated from McAllen but were later based in Houston and played between 1965-70. Their music was a mixture of punk, folk-rock and rock'n'roll with their first two singles best described as garage-folk. By the time of their three 45s for "123" they had become more rock orientated. In 1970 they changed their name to P.O.E. making an LP and a 45 for UNI. A decent album in a heavy/psych vein, Up Through The Spiral is a concept LP based on the life of Edgar Cayce.

and now you know... the rest of the story.


It's a whole new world here, I'm Blogrooling you for sure, thanks !!

IanB @ RetroBabe!


I like it, alrighty!


Thanks for all your hard work. Any chance we'll see this files posted again?


Yea, cool cover and songs. What is the thing in the middle of the spiral?, I think i'm tuning in.


Was just introduced to this album recently by a friend who burned me a CD of it from the net. Really good early 70s stuff.
I'm curious, is there a lyric sheet included in this album?
If so, could there be a way to see it or get a copy?

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