- 01. Concert On The Coast
02. Shine On
03. Waltz Of The Homicidal Cabbage
04. Lonely Loss Adjuster Blues
05. Which Way To The Exit?
07. South Coast Express
08. Pus In Our Time
09. World's Greatest Lover
10. Blue Hair And Carrots
11. Ode To An Aardvark
12. Have You Seen Your Neighbour In The Bath?
13. Paeolithic Transport Blues
14. Be Glad For The Song Has An Ending
15. Pittsburgh Woman Blues
16. Interdrive Overstella
17. Big Joe''
Bloody Turkey Sandwiches[engl] Bloody Turkey Sandwiches'''' is another ultra- rarity by British psychedelic folk band Pig Rider: only six copies were originally privately pressed by custom label Deroy in 1974. The music here is much in the same vein as their famous ''''Heterophonies'''' album but even more crazed. Some of the tracks bring to mind the more experimental side of Olivia Tremor Control / Black Swan Network or even They Might Be giants ?but only 20 years before those bands existed! Electric acid folk with stoned homemade atmosphere, lo- fi sound, bizarre & funny lyrics, effects, backward bits, surreal humour, psychedelic skiffle and old- timey music hall parodies, brilliant folk- rock- pop and titles like ''''Interdrive Overstella'''', ''''Be Glad For The Song Has An Ending'''', ''''Pus In Our Time'''' and ''''Have you seen your neighbour in the bath''''. Recommended if you like: Incredible String Band, Bonzo Dog Band, Syd Barrett, R. Stevie Moore?
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