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'Lost Souls Volume 4' out now

Posted By on Fri, May 31, 2013 at 11:09 AM

Lost Souls Volume 4 is out now on the Psych of the South label pic
  • "Lost Souls Volume 4" is out now on the Psych of the South label.

Harold Ott's Psych of the South label keeps the beyond-obscure Arkansas garage rock nuggets coming with the fourth installment of the "Lost Souls" series. This one boasts 22 songs that are "100% uncomped, unreleased, unknown acetates and tapes from Arkansas 1965-1968," including tracks from The Vipers, The Coachmen, The Tuesday Blues, The Barons, The Loved Ones, The Federal Union, The Stepin' Stones, The Villigers, The Sons of Soul, Barnsley & Bradley and the hilariously named Steppendog.

The booklet is packed with photos, handbills and other ephemera from that long-ago era, including the type of highly detailed liner notes that we've come to expect from the label and that are appreciated by obsessive garage-rock enthusiasts.

You can get the album directly through the Pysch of the South website on CD ($15) or download it on a variety of formats ($10). It's also on Spotify and if you're vinyl-inclined, there will be a limited-edition LP available this summer with the first 14 tracks.

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