PEABODY CO -ST (Late '60s acid-punk/garage-psych) LPOUT-SIDER (Spain)
Famous for their freaked out ride down 'Tobbaco Road' (included on the now legendary 'A Fistful Of Fuzz' comp), Peabody Co. were a mysterious US band who left behind a set of 10" acetates, collected here for the first time.
Late '60s acid-punk/garage-psych, featuring seven self-penned songs plus three terrific cover versions of 'I Can't Explain' (The Who), 'Let's Live For Today' (Rokes/Grass Roots) and the aforementioned 'Tobbaco Road' (based on the Blues Magoos cover but including an extended crazed theremin/drum freak out!).Recommended if you like The Bachs, Blues Magoos, Mystery Meat and the like... Carefully remastered sound by Tim Warren.
Artwork with generic sleeve design, as the ones used by vanity/customs labels like Century in the '60s-'70s.