"If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is not just some excellent folksy advice but also a lesson that Rhino Records knows oh so well. So it's one more time for the "Nuggets: Original Artifacts From The First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968." There's 27 songs on this one from those silly '60s - all of them are good - many of them are great such as "Lies" by the Knickerbockers, the original and best version of "Hey Joe" by the Leaves, "Pushin' Too Hard" by the Seeds, "Farmer John" by the Premieres, "You're Gonna Miss Me" by the Thirteenth Floor Elevators and so many more. Jack White and bands like the Japandroids are proof that someone actually did listen to this stuff.
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Bill Locey reviews music for the Ventura County Star, when he isn't reenacting the history of this great nation or teaching it to incarcerated youth.
He is the tall guy lurking in the back of all the local rock shows.
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