Corridor of Faces by Lazy Smoke

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Limited Vinyl LP £22.49 JPR7107LP

Limited transparent green vinyl reissue LP on Jackpot. Edition of 500 copies.

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Corridor of Faces by Lazy Smoke
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8/10 Li'l Biz 24 June 2010

Jackpot Records are on a mission to unearth only the rarest gems from the pioneering days of psych-rock. This time around it's the turn of Massachusetts based garage rockers Lazy Smoke and their debut 'Corridor Of Faces'. Originally released in 1968 and made available to only 500 punters the original now goes for daft prices ($1200 shitting hell!) so if you're a fan of obscure psych/garage releases you might want to have a little look at this before it disappears completely. At first it comes to mind that the vocalist is totally aping John lennon, no bad thing mind and once you get beyond it you'll be pleasantly surprised by the collection of songs here. Opener 'All These Years' is a cheeky garage rock infused psych number that makes great use of primitive production techniques like reversed guitar solos and echo to create a wonderful, weed smoking atmosphere. The use of English style melodies and stuff like sitar style guitar effects should sound played out by now but I'm totally enjoying it. What can I say? I'm a sucker for 60's psych rock. A real gem worth investigation. Not as good as The Bubble Puppy's debut 'A Gathering of Promises' but what is?


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