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 Mad Timothy - Very Snug Joiner   

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Release Date:12/14/2018;Notes:Out-Sider presents Mad Timothy 's A Very Snug Joiner this is the first-ever release for this previously unknown late '60s/early '70s acetate, rescued from a thrift store in Chicago. Damaged heavy blooz-psych in the vein of Blue Cheer, Majic Ship, Mount Rushmore, Houston Fearless, Apryl Fool, Sweet Slag, Mutzie, Aum, Screw, or a wasted teenage Canned Heat. In these digital and interconnected times, it's very rare to find an album from the '60s/'70s which hasn't been documented or "discovered" yet. That's the case with a mysterious demo LP titled A Very Snug Joiner by a band called Mad Timothy. In words of Steve Krakow (of Plastic Crimewave /Galactic Zoo): "A friend of mine found this no-jacket LP at a thrift shop, and there is ZERO information on them - no one knows anything and I've spoken to many collectors. Very cool sludgy Blue Cheer/Majic Ship/Mount Rushmore kind of vibe - with a few folkier tracks - it's all pretty charmingly primitive - I think people would want to hear this! " Even knowing our efforts to track down the band would be fruitless, this rarity deserved to be shared with the world, so Out-Sider/Guerssen in collaboration with Steve's Galactic Archive imprint, are doing a vinyl edition of the Mad Timothy demo album, hoping that one of the band members will see it and contact us. The audio has been lovingly restored for full thudding blastage, with new artwork by underground sculptor Robert Buchholz and Plastic Crimewave (Galactic Zoo Dossier). Includes download.

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