Hoping to score some lost psychedelic tracks, two names stuck out as having the most potential; Bubble Puppy and Fuzzy Bunnies. Luckily, they delivered. It doesn't get much better than "Hot Smoke and Sassafras" by Bubble Puppy. That is, until I saw the cover of their sole LP from 1969:
Good lord look at these Medieval stoners. Especially the triumphant king on top with Zelda's triforce body armor. The album has been reissued a few times, worth buying- and framing. The B-side to "Hot Smoke", "Lonely" is also killer, with the second half turning into a mini epic instrumental.
The other silly-pet-named band, Fuzzy Bunnies, are more on the bubblegum side of psych/garage, but still fun. Try some "Lemons and Limes":
Fuzzy Bunnies seemed to have only released a few 45s in the late '60s and then disappeared. This 45 has a great organ-swirling cover of the Walker Brothers "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore" with the above on the flip. They also did a cover of Traffic's "Heaven is in Your Mind".
Stay tuned more findings from Harv's box of goodies.