The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band 'Vol. 2' LP
“Every Song in this album has been written, arranged, sung and played by the group. No one censored us. We got to say everything we wanted to say, in the way we wanted to say it.” Bob Marley (1967).
Released in 1967 on Reprise Records as a follow up to Part One, Vol. 2 takes the band into more ambitious territory. Reaching out to more psychedelic territory than the debut LP, Vol. 2 maintains their unique pop sound mixed with ominous fuzz guitar, jumping from graceful folk-rock to wailing guitar freakouts, to multilayered avant-garde compositions at a moment’s notice. First time reissued in mono, from the original master tapes.
Includes printed inner sleeve with rare master reel photos.
1 In The Arena 2 Suppose They Give A War And No One Comes 3 Buddha 4 Smell Of Incense 5 Overture - WCPAEB Part II 6 Queen Nymphet 7 Unfree Child 8 Carte Blanche 9 Delicate Fawn 10. Tracy Had A Hard Day Sunday
Catalogue number: JPR039LP