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Smegma / Look'n for Ya / Vinyl LP / Planam / plan-S 20TES.154

Smegma / Look'n for Ya / Vinyl LP / Planam / plan-S 20TES.154


Artist: Smegma

Title: Look'n for Ya

Format: Vinyl LP 

Label: Planam 

Catalogue #: plan-S 20TES.154 

Country: Italy

Date Released: April 2017


In 1973 when Smegma (The Band) was born they had only one rule… NO MUSICIANS! That way they could re-invent the musical wheel with a new Primitive, suburban, anti-hippie approach. 44 years later perhaps the world is ready for their previously unpublished first full LP of original and uncompromising sounds.

At the time we they thought they were on a solitary journey, but shortly after these recordings it was discovered that there was another local group, The Los Angeles Free Music Society, that we shared that we shortly became a part of to this day.

Originally recorded in 1973-75 at the house in Pasadena they all lived in by Ju Suk Reet Meate and Dr. Id. These previously unreleased tracks feature vocals of a different kind with no overdubs or mixing. Including the 1960’s L.A. Freak and street singer Wild Man Fischer reprising his dance tune “The Taster”, a straightforward Memphis/rockabilly slow dance ballad “Red Cadillac and a Black Moustache” and examples of their unique “Group-singing-style” that has to be heard to be believed. Opening and closing their first LP are vocals by someone they had never met, a local C.B. Radio operator who’s handle was Turkey Mon who had such a hi power transmitter that his signal was picked-up by the Tape-head as they recorded!

On this record Smegma is: Ace Farren Ford, Ju Suk Reet Meate, Cheez-it-Ritz, Chuck-O-Fats (D.K.), Amazon Bambi, Dennis Duck, the Rev. Toad-Eater, Paul Rioux, Cheezbro, Reed Burns, Binky Brown, Craig, Jason, Peter, Bev, Turkey Mon, and few others…

Smegma Sound as you never heard them before!

White silkscreened sleeve on black cardboard paper reproducing the original artwork from 1973. This previously unpublished Smegma first LP classic is available now in an edition of 200 numbered copies!