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raro albun que fue el debut y 1º lp de uno e los mas grandes personajes del rock, david peel que fue cantante y anarco acitivista polito en new yourk

el albun fue grabado en directo en las mismas calles de new york junto a su banda the lower east side, el albun es uno de los mas curiosos vinilos editados en los 60.

rara 1ª edic org usa, tambien contiene el encarte interior del sello elektra

todo en exc estado !! collectors !!

Probably one of the most controversial records to be issued on Elektra at the end of the 60s – a rough-edged batch of hippie dippy tracks that shares a fair bit of energy and humor with The Fugs! The tunes here are perhaps a bit more focused than the work of The Fugs, but the group explore similar territory too – not just the drug references in the title, but also the kind of offbeat word play and double-entendres that were common at the time. The set was recorded "live on the streets of New York" – and Peel sings, and plays harmonica and guitar – with other instrumentation that includes two 12-string guitars, bass, and tambourine. Titles include "Mother Where Is My Father", "Here Comes A Cop", "Up Against The Wall", "I've Got Some Grass", "I Do My Bawling In The Bathroom", and "Show Me The Way To Get Stoned".

CARATULA

de VG++ a VG +

DISCO

VG++

AÑO

1968

PAíS

EE.UU.

CARACTERíSTICAS

ILS LABEL

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "Mother Where Is My Father?" 3:07
2. "I Like Marijuana" 5:18
3. "Here Comes a Cop" 2:35
4. "I've Got Some Grass" 0:37
5. "Happy Mother's Day" 2:06
6. "Up Against the Wall" 1:43

Side two
No. Title Length
1. "I Do My Bawling in the Bathroom" 5:57
2. "The Alphabet Song" 2:03
3. "Show Me the Way to Get Stoned" 2:45
4. "We Love You" 3:16

Personnel

Larry Adam – 12-string guitar
Harold C. Black – tambourine
George Cori – washtub bass
David Peel – vocals, guitar, harmonica
Billy Joe White – 12-string guitar

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