Related Links

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AMG All Music Guide has a listing for the LP Basic Magnetism

 

 

Artist Direct's listing for Teddy and the Pandas.

 

 

The New England Music Scrapbook is authored by Alan Lewis, a Boston music scene expert. He has extensive information on the Pandas as well as  many others from the '50s to the present.

 

 

eBay search for Teddy and the Pandas records - See what Pandas records are available to bid on (usually some deals can be found)...

 

 

 

We Gotta Go NowWe Gotta Go Now, a book by Dennis A. Blackledge, is the story of the Rhode Island rock band the Mojo Hands. Their association with Pandas manager, Bruce Patch, is covered in-depth along with several references to the Pandas and other great '60s rock legends. A must read for '60s rock fans everywhere.

 

 

For the latest in '60s garage band info, visit our friend Mike Dugo's new website, http://www.60sgaragebands.com , Mike can always be counted on to have the best inside info on his "News and Nuggets" page and interviews with the best of '60s garage bands.

 

 

 

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The Pandas toured with the DC5!  

 

 

Eddie Ranbeau

 

Eddie Rambeau, a rock roll vocalists of '60s who rivaled such figures as Tommy Roe, Fabian and Bobby Vee, he was best known in the Boston area for his 1962 single Summertime Guy, on the Philadelphia-based Swan label. He also was the composer of the Diane Renay hit “Navy Blue”. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Legacy Links

Ultimate Sixties Rock Links, once known as Legacy Links, was founded as a means of linking the community of Classic Rock & Roll Web sites together.

 

 

Tangerine Zoo

A great late sixties band from the southern Massachusetts - Rhode Island area is Tangerine Zoo. They appeared with bands like Cream and Vanilla Fudge. What a sound! Check 'em out!

 

 

 

 

 

 

"author, musician, actor, comedian, public nuisance"

 

 

 

Garage Band Guys

The Garage is a selection of garage rock resources on the internet.

 

 

 

Toni Wine

 

Toni Wine, famous back-up singer, sang on "We Can't Go On This Way" and other Pandas songs. as well as composed "Groovy Kind of Love" made famous by the Mindbenders. Click on her name or photo to go to her website.

 

 

 

 

 

The first real all girl band and from Boston, to boot! To go to a page with a lot more info on the Pandoras, click on the picture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dead Flowers

Dead Flowers - Dead flowers I'm told, is a veiled reference to the buds of the
cannabis plant. The site does have a lot of "garage, punk, soul, beat, blues, r&b, rock & roll and much more!"

 

 

 

 

 Joseph Tortelli's Pandas article in it's entirety. This article was featured in the April 1985 edition of Record Collector's Monthly.

 

 

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