Album Review 37: The Blues Magoos – Psychedelic Lollipop

The Blues Magoos start off their recorded career with this strong set of psych, blues and pop with a fire and determination that all young bands harbor. Dynamic highs and groovy lows course through this LP’s veins, and showcase the talents of one of the best 60’s garage bands. EDIT: I can’t figure out how to add a title card screen to my video, but the guys are from the BRONX, not Brooklyn, as I say in the video.

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STEAMBOAT 551 says:

Another great review

looking forward to more Beach Boys Album reviews. Particularly LoveYou and Friends

Sam Moser says:

Great review man, I’d never heard of this band before watching this. I love how you talk about a lot of obscure music. I can tell you do a ton of research for all of your reviews. I just can’t get enough of your channel. This is random, but I was wondering if you are a fan of Tommy James and the Shondells? They’re one of my favorite psychedelic 60s bands and I don’t see a single review of any of their albums on YouTube. Just throwing that idea out there since I’ve noticed you have been reviewing a variety of obscure, non-Beach Boy albums lately.

Robbie Arroyo says:

One of my favorite bands of all time. Basic is probably my favorite album by them though. And as far as Peppy’s last name… just go with Castro LOL. I’m sure that’s why he adopted it in the first place. Nice video though!

David Hargrove says:

Your review was so fantastic I just bought this album on Amazon. Dude I can’t say it enough I love your reviews.

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