SUGARLUMPS 3 - a psychedelic selection of groovy moovers and sweet freakbeats Soul Hooligan , Space Travel. Soul Hooligan flirted with a number of musical styles, Northern Soul , The Evergreen, Food For Soul. Killer Drums, Dirty Bass, Screaming Sitar and a Choir of French Angels. The Factory Path Through The Forest. Despite the countless Bootlegs, if you can track down this original 45 then you''ll be at least £500 lighter. Andy Lewis & Andy Ellison, Heather Lane. Andy Ellison was part of infamous 60''s outfit JOHNS CHILDREN, The Argonauts, Ten Feet Tall. Dispite the hectic 60''s schedule of Barry Tashian’s own band THE REMAINS, Groovy Ruben, The Woeful Tale Of Shakes Magoo. Found within a box within a box. Scrawled upon the label of a reel of EMI Tape.The Holy Grail for the Psych record collector, Amber Limited ABR.004. Jarvis Humby, These Eyes. The only new British band to be invited to play at the biggest and best gig in the world ever.. LITTLE STEVENS INTERNATIONAL UNDERGROUND GARAGE FESTIVAL Templar. Quarter To Now. Smashing Time, Is It Her. Always happy to shake a leg,these cheeky chappy modernists hit a psychedelic groove with this flute-tastic zombies-eque mover.........Skill! Quiet Melon, Early Roller Engine 4444. After THE SMALL FACES and THE ARTWOODS , just before THE FACES settled on it''s line-up. A strangely beautiful and drunken collaboration occurred between RONNY WOOD , KENNY JONES, RONNY LANE, IAN McCLAGEN, ROD STEWART and ART WOOD. They managed to record this previously unreleased take of a song about God knows what. The Delta 72. The Champ. From Chicago , The Delta 72’s Hammond soaked scorcher is a version of the MOHAWKS The Noel Gilpin Emporium. Will you miss me when I''m dead? Known only to a handful of collectors and a few lucky car boot sale punters, Standing 8 Counts, The Size Of It. From Brisbane Australia, The 8 Counts specialised in huge Phil Spector sized garage floor shakers.