Beyond The Beat Generation Utrecht

We broadcast 24 hours non-stop through the Internet the music formerly known as: Hippie music, Underground, 60's punk, Flower Power, Mod, Free-Form-Freak-out, Garage music, Psychedelia or Teen Beat, the weirdest, the worst, the most powerful and nastiest ever recorded.During the 60's all teens were obsessed by music, but only a few touched surface, all groups wanted to be, sound like, or look like 'The Beatles', 'The Rolling Stones', 'Pink Floyd', 'The Doors', 'Jefferson Airplane' or 'The Velvet Underground'.

On the air
Short Yellow - Hand Full (Unreleased Golden State Recording) San Jose, California 1967
Frumious Bandersnatch - Hearts To Cry (Muggles Grammophone Works) Lafayette, Cal. 1968
Du Cats - Off The Hook (RCA 3375) Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland Canada 1965
Endd - Come On In To My World (Seascape 504) La Porte, Ind. 1967
Great Scots - I Want To Know (Unreleased) Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 1966
TOP tracks
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SPOT - Rolling Stones - Radio Veronica Promo
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Northwest Company - Hard To Cry (Grenadier 1) Vancouver, B.C. Canada 1967
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John Kay And The Sparrow - Baby Please Dont Go (Columbia 9758) Toronto, Canada 1968
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Millennium - Prelude - To Claudia On Thursday (Columbia 9663) NY, NY 1968
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SPOT - In-Sound - The Scoundrels - Up There
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Inferno 5 Plus 1 - I Can Take It (Villa 7015) Toronto, Canada 1966
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Apollos - Target Love (Montgomery 0011) Falls Church, Virginia 1966
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Reddlemen - Im Gonna Get In That Girls Mind (Custom 131) Tyler, Tx. 1967
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Standells - Hey Joe (Tower 5027) Los Angeles, Cal. 1966
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SPOT - Wild Root 360 - Hair Goo Spot
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