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Too experimental for their label International Artists, back in 1967.

Songs from 1975, 1976 and 1980 — and two from the brothers’ 1992 reunion.
Heavy, racked rock from Detroit, with Funkadelic and punk in its heart.

Dawn Le Faun with Billy Le Bon, co-singers of The Letting Go and Wai Notes, digging up a modern(ish) parable from deep in their Everlys sack, afore getting down and sliding around on the flip.

Janet Jackson and TLC in the place.

Chris Corsano, Ben Chasny and Richard Bishop, round two.

The CD includes a thirteen-minute movie shot during the recording — in Sussex, 1974, with Mike Nesmith, Red Rhodes and others, at Tony Stratton Smith’s home.

Will and the lads (Ben Boye, Van Campbell, Emmett Kelly, Danny Kiely, Angel Olson) bang through a few new takes on some BPB classics.

Vintage stoner folk that lives up to the legend. Features Thicker Than A Smokey as covered by Six Organs Of Admittance. Back in on vinyl, with the CD bonus tracks included as a seven-inch.

Will Oldham with Sebadoh’s Jason Loewenstein, from 1996 — rockier, thicker and dirtier than the acoustic stuff, more immediate perhaps.