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.
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.