"America is a great country when one realizes its roadside stops offer artistic haven for all brands of perverts, bloodletters and musical cut-ups. More than mere concréte audio-collage, 'Batstew' is both a respite from and an antidote for the sottish Reykjavik-borne revues polluting our national collegiate airwaves, and when the rare song-icons of folk-rock rise up from the maelstrom, one wants to offer both a firm handshake and a slingshot to the eye." This is TUCKER's first lp, the second being in the sack, a rec which goosed JIM O'ROURKE into gasping, "that's the greatest record ever made"! 'Batstew' was pressed twice, with a stop at the mental institution inbetween. Sweet, innocent and totally wrecked DIY vibes, evoking the desperate bicylcles, department store santas, et al." (label info) Originally released in 1975. Back in stock.
in stock | JP| 2005| DESTIJL | 18.90

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