Jan 12, 2009

BOW STREET RUNNERS (B.T. PUPPY 1970) Japan mastering cardboard sleeve




One of the headiest albums on the BT Puppy label a really fuzzed-up sound that's underground psyche at its best! The group have a pretty dark feel overall and even when the vocals get a bit sweet, there's an undercurrent of sadness which is followed through even more strongly on other tracks that have the guitars playing at a heavier level, especially on a few tracks that have a slight bluesy undercurrent. The titles do a good job of setting the scene and they include "Steve's Jam", "Eating From A Plastic Hand", "Rock Fish Blues", "Push It Through", "Spunky Monkey", and "Leaving Grit America"...
Issued in ultra-limited quantity in 1970 and now changing hands for sums more familiar to NASDAQ, this is an other worldly blend of sweet acid harmonies, hypnotic Farfisa and high-octane fuzz guitar histrionics...
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5 comments:

Pablo "Pochola" Cazorla said...

great fuzzed out lp !
indeed
the sound of this band was so particular.... really dig em.

great choice Georgie.

Cheers from Chile (at the moment...)

Georgie Hirezola said...

[Cheers from Chile (at the moment...)]
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ahhh...lucky b.....
jajajaaj
cheers

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zappahead said...

Much obliged for the share...great stuff fom a very underated band...excellent stuff...cheers.