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Welcome to the world of obscurity.
This is an archive - a museum!
BEYOND THE BEAT GENERATION archives and publishes the entire, long forgotten 'wild' musical gems out of the great years of the sixties (1965-1969) to a bright audience by using today's technology as we call 'Stream Radio'.

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'.
Music was a movement. Music was the expression of a lifestyle. Music was politics, a protest against establishment, wars and society.

Click on the recordplayer of your Choice to tune into our radio-stream!
Note: We now broadcast in MP3PRO quality!!!
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Tune into our stream, travel 45 years back in time and live it all again......
Tune in and discover what you all missed...........
Listen to timeless tunes being ahead of its time........
Discover some ultimate pop-songs never surfaced before...........
Be the witness of a period of time never returning.......
A one of a kind opportunity worldwide to hear it all.
What is this all about ???
  • 67 versions of "Gloria" or 132 versions of "Hey Joe"?
  • Every town had its garageband or psychedelic teenscene.
  • Every highschool had its prepschool band performing those great covers.
  • Bands tried to get gigs so they needed recordings -- The only opportunity was a 45 RPM single.
  • Those 45's were meant to be send out to DJ's at radio stations and jukebox distributors, and to clubs for eventual gigs.
  • The highest recording-standards were 8 track.
  • Most of the ones presented here were homemade-2-track-mono.
  • The best pop songs were written in the 60's.
  • One of a kind type vocals in 60's recordings, then the average age of most groups was between 14 and 19.
  • Uncensored tracks often banned back then.

    I would appreciate any comments, requests or suggestions to improve the quality of this station. -- Please get in touch.
    95% of the material presented here was recorded from the original discs! --
    Alive Contact: While researching, adding new tracks to my stream and increasing my web-radio, I'm often available through MSN! Name: beyondthebeatgenerationdotcom@hotmail.com -- Just click in, and let's talk about all this greatness!! Hear your favourite by request. Please note that I'm mainly available in the weekends or in the evening 'Amsterdam' time-schedule!
    I like to thank the following people for sharing information and discoveries...........
    Jeff Lemlich, Greg Shaw, Mike Markesich, Erik Lindgren, Doug Hanners, Craig Moerer, Michael Greisman, Don Huff, David Shutt, Max Waller, Tim Warren, Billy Synth, Freddy Fortune, Lee Joseph, Vic Figlar, Mark 'Bosshoss' Taylor, Peter Buesnel, Aram Heller.