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Official remastered Vinyl reissue of this KILLER Canadian 1970 psych rock album that truly burns. Power acid wah wah fuzz guitar mixed with trippy Doors like keyboards with brilliant songs such as "Roll Your Own" and the spooky "Crying Into the Deep Lake" . It's All Meat were a late 60s/early 70s band that hailed from Toronto and released this excellent album in 1970 (Columbia). Prior to that, Its All Meat had been known as The Underworld. In 1969 It’s all meat released their debut 45, "Feel It" coupled with "I Need Some Kind of Definitive Commitment." The A-side combined MC5 energy with New York Dolls-style swagger and features plenty of feedback and great guitar breaks. Its one of the great proto-punkers. The album was released the following year and feartured 8 fresh original numbers written by drummer Rick McKIM and keyboard player/lead vocalist Jed MacKAY. There are a bunch of good, solid stonesy garage rockers that form the axis of this lp but the lps brightest moments were its two 9-minute marathon compositions. "Crying Into A Deep Lake" was full-blown Doors psychedelia with spacey keyboards and spooky Jim Morrison influenced vocals. The other lengthy track, "Sunday Love," sounds like a strange Lou Reed/John Cale concoction with lots a great psychedelic guitar noise and soft folk-like passages sprinkled with light garage keyboards. Has the original FoldopencovertracklistingSide A1. You Don't Notice The Time You Waste2. Make Some Use Of Your Friends3. Crying Into The Deep Lake4.. Roll My OwnSide B5. Self-Confessed Lover6. If Only7. You Brought Me Back To My Senses8. Sunday Love
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