Saturday, October 4, 2008

It's All Meat (1970)

From Toronto, Ontario. The stand-out track on their album is Sunday Love, which ranges from soft to strident keyboard-dominated psychedelia. Crying Into The Deep Lake is also excellent, a superb slice of psychedelia with a haunting keyboard intro. The remainder of the album pales into insignificance alongside these two tracks, but is nonetheless worth obtaining. Both their 45s were issued in black and white picture sleeves. The first is a wild non-LP punker, written by Jed MacKay and Rick McKim, with particularly eerie lyrics and frantic delivery. MacKay and McKim also produced the Underworld's single Go Away, and wrote the flip side Bound.
(taken from "Dreams, Fantasies & Nightmares")

This re-issue (Void 18 / 2001) came with a bonus 45 (which was a reprint of their first single). More info on the Garagehangover site.

- You Don't Notice The Time You Waste
- Make Some Use Of Your Friends
- Crying Into The Deep Lake
- Roll My Own
- Self Confessed Lover
- If Only
- You Brought Me Back To My Senses
- Sunday Love
- Feel It [Bonus]
- (I Need Some Kind Of) Definite Commitment (Baby) [Bonus]

Wayne Roworth (gtr)
Norm White (gtr)
Rick Aston (bs, vcls)
Jed MacKay (organ, piano, lead vcls)
Rick McKim (drms)

Band origin:
Toronto (Ontario/Canada)

1. It's All Meat (Columbia ELS-374) 1970

1. Feel It/[I Need Some Kind Of] Definite Commitment
   [Baby] (Columbia C4-2910) 1969
2. You Don't Notice The Time You Waste/If Only
   (Columbia C4-2930) 1969

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to You Brought Me Back To My Senses


Anonymous said...

Really incredible garage psych rock!!! A good good album.

Anonymous said...

Excellent album; thanks so very much!