In a fun, Nuggets-like trip back to the era of the Summer of Love, Yesterday's Tomorrow: Celebrating the Winston-Salem Sound shines a strobe light on the vibrant '60s and '70s Combo Corner rock scene of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Original members of bands such as Arrogance, Little Diesel, Sacred Irony, and Rittenhouse Square-including Mitch Easter (Let's Active); Peter Holsapple, Will Rigby, and Chris Stamey (The dB's); and Don Dixon-convened on May 12, 2018, at the Ramkat Club to revisit those fuzzbox years, and this remarkable live concert recording shines brightly with their camaraderie and precise enthusiasm for those days of yore. In the mind-blowing songs of now-vanished local legends Captain Speed And The Fungi Electric Mothers and amidst the amusing scene portrayals of collectors' favorite Rittenhouse Square, the electric guitars soar, feed back, and sizzle. With the added oomph of the Occasional Orchestra (live strings, percussion, and brass) and stops along the way for affectionate renditions of then-faves by Bubble Puppy, The Easybeats, The Music Machine, The Electric Prunes, The Beatles, and even Kool And The Gang, there's a lot to love here.
In a fun, Nuggets-like trip back to the era of the Summer of Love, Yesterday's Tomorrow: Celebrating the Winston-Salem Sound shines a strobe light on the vibrant '60s and '70s Combo Corner rock scene of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Original members of bands such as Arrogance, Little Diesel, Sacred Irony, and Rittenhouse Square-including Mitch Easter (Let's Active); Peter Holsapple, Will Rigby, and Chris Stamey (The dB's); and Don Dixon-convened on May 12, 2018, at the Ramkat Club to revisit those fuzzbox years, and this remarkable live concert recording shines brightly with their camaraderie and precise enthusiasm for those days of yore. In the mind-blowing songs of now-vanished local legends Captain Speed And The Fungi Electric Mothers and amidst the amusing scene portrayals of collectors' favorite Rittenhouse Square, the electric guitars soar, feed back, and sizzle. With the added oomph of the Occasional Orchestra (live strings, percussion, and brass) and stops along the way for affectionate renditions of then-faves by Bubble Puppy, The Easybeats, The Music Machine, The Electric Prunes, The Beatles, and even Kool And The Gang, there's a lot to love here.
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Yesterday's Tomorrow: Celebrating / Various
Artist: Yesterday's Tomorrow: Celebrating / Various
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DISC: 1

1. HOT SMOKE ; SASSAFRAS - Rittenhouse Square
2. REPTILIAN DISASTER - The Love Valets
3. ROOM WITH A VIEW feat. Lyn Blakey ; Mitch Easter - The Royal Opposition
4. TALK TALK - The Imperturable Teutonic Griffin
5. YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW - The Love Valets
6. HOLLYWOOD SWINGING - Little Diesel
7. I SEE LOVE - Sacred Irony
8. BLACK DEATH - The Love Valets
9. S'IL VOUS PLAIT - Sneakers
10. GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE feat. Don Dixon - The Royal Opposition
11. CONDITION RED - Sneakers
12. EVERY WORD MEANS NO feat. Mitch Easter - The Royal Opposition
13. THINK feat. Don Dixon - The Royal Opposition
14. LIKE WOW - Rittenhouse Square
15. KING BATTLE OF THE BANDS - Rittenhouse Square
16. KISSY BOYS - Little Diesel
17. THE TRAIN STOPS HERE feat. Mitch Easter - The Royal Opposition
18. I AM YOUR DOCTOR - Sacred Irony
19. RUBY - Sneakers
20. MAYBE I'M AMAZED feat. Don Dixon - The Royal Opposition
21. GOOD TIMES - Sacred Irony
22. GALAXIES OF LOVE feat. Bob Northcott - The Royal Opposition
23. I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM (LAST NIGHT) - The Imperturable Teutonic Griffin

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In a fun, Nuggets-like trip back to the era of the Summer of Love, Yesterday's Tomorrow: Celebrating the Winston-Salem Sound shines a strobe light on the vibrant '60s and '70s Combo Corner rock scene of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Original members of bands such as Arrogance, Little Diesel, Sacred Irony, and Rittenhouse Square-including Mitch Easter (Let's Active); Peter Holsapple, Will Rigby, and Chris Stamey (The dB's); and Don Dixon-convened on May 12, 2018, at the Ramkat Club to revisit those fuzzbox years, and this remarkable live concert recording shines brightly with their camaraderie and precise enthusiasm for those days of yore. In the mind-blowing songs of now-vanished local legends Captain Speed And The Fungi Electric Mothers and amidst the amusing scene portrayals of collectors' favorite Rittenhouse Square, the electric guitars soar, feed back, and sizzle. With the added oomph of the Occasional Orchestra (live strings, percussion, and brass) and stops along the way for affectionate renditions of then-faves by Bubble Puppy, The Easybeats, The Music Machine, The Electric Prunes, The Beatles, and even Kool And The Gang, there's a lot to love here.