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  • 01. Can’t Explain
    02. Sunny Daze
    03. People Go
    04. This Better Life
    05. Live For Today
    06. Mountain High
    07. A Hundred Percent Of Nothing
    08. Love
    09. Sleep
    10. Tobacco Road
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    PEABODY CO.

    Peabody Co.

    [engl] Famous for their freaked out ride down "Tobbaco Road" (included on the now legendary "A Fistful Of Fuzz" comp), Peabody Co. were a mysterious US band who left behind a set of 10" acetates, collected here for the first time. Late 60s acid–punk / garage–psych, featuring seven self–penned songs plus three terrific cover versions of "I Can’t Explain" (The Who), "Let’s Live For Today" (Rokes / Grass Roots) and the aforementioned "Tobbaco Road" (based on the Blues Magoos cover but including an extended crazed theremin/drum freak out!). NYC psych collector Mike Ascherman recalls how he came to acquire the acetates:
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    19.06.2020
    EAN
    EAN 4040824089573
     

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