Monday, September 25, 2006

Podcast Play of "You Cant Erase A Mirror"

Here is a new podcast radio station, Garage Rock Radio. They did play Children of the Mushroom's "You Cant Erase A Mirror" along with three other garage groups on their third program this month. Click here, to listen....

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a kick *#@ backround! Keep on rockin!
Amber Lenae

3:05 PM  
Blogger Scungilli said...

COTM's song sounds more like it came
from the family room rather than the garage.
Great to hear that lost 45.

4:48 PM  
Blogger Bill said...

It's definately a great song! People are still loving it and talking about it 40 years later. How cool is that!

Thanks for putting up that link to the podcast. We're up to volume 3, 4 songs on each, and we also have over 70 genuine 1960s Garage MP3s over at www.GarageRockRadio.com, have a look if you like 60s Garage! Thanks!

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow... I can't believe I actually ran accross this by accident on the internet. I haven't heard or thought of "You Can't Erase A Mirror" by Children of the Mushroom in decades. It is still a landmark song. If I had known that you guys were going to play again this year, I would have been on a plane to California to enjoy some music from my past for sure.

I was one of the original 5 teens who started the Newbury Park Teen Club.. later the Swinging Teens (sheesh), and Children of the Mushroom were one of our first bookings for a battle of the bands between COTM and California Grassfields. Gail, one of the 5 who started the club, was going with the lead guitar player of the Grassfields at the time (I think... based on my memory and 40 years). At the time, I was actually taking some guitar lessons from Jerry McMillen and worked hard to make sure that Children of the Mushroom got the main stage, like Jerry wanted. I remember that Gail was not happy about that. I believe that this was the very first meeting between the Grassfields and COTM, and once Children of the Mushroom lit into their version of "Light My Fire" the battle was over, and they played the rest of the night, and just blew away the large crowd.

Great memories.

All the best to a fantastic group of musicians, and it's nice to know you are fondly remembered by so many.

/steve

7:02 AM  
Blogger Dennis C Swanson said...

Hi Steve,

Glad you found the blog, thanks for the short story and nice comments on COTM...


Dennis - drummer cotm

7:10 AM  
Anonymous Daniel said...

Just perfect!

3:43 PM  

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