J.P. SUNSHINE - J.P. Sunshine LP

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In 1967, the English poet George Duffell, alias Jorgy Porgy, decided to set his verses to music, birthing J.P. Sunshine with guitarist/vocalist Rod Goodway of pop act The Pack (later with The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown), the line-up expanding with a bassist and bongo player, Duffell's girlfriend on percussion, and former Pack guitarist Andy Rickell on electric lead. These resultant recordings, cut on basic gear in Duffell's flat, evidence an individual psychedelic sound, marked by the incestuous claustrophobia of the group's romantic rivalries, the meandering lyrics and disjointed melodies pointing to the pervasive drug use that ultimately squashed the project. This is psych with a difference: rare, rough, and freaky!