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9 thoughts on “ Junkie John - Tim Dawe - Penrod (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Tim Dawe - Penrod CD (Radioactive) At times a gentle, moody folk-psych disc, elsewhere host to a most delicious twangy acid-surf guitar courtesy of Chris Kebeck, this Straight LP is a curious anomaly.
  2. Unfortunately, Tim Dawe produced the album right around the time the Government became paranoid about songs with drug themes. Until then, "Junkie John" was given some National air time. The album was originally published by Straight Records, a Frank Zappa company, and Dawe /5(5).
  3. Penrod was a superb debut, full of psychedelic folk rock with lots of organ, harpsichord and brilliant acid guitar. Four masterpieces are included: Nite Train Home, Junkie John, Sometimes Alone (with strong percussion) and Didn't We Love. The result stands comparison to another more well known Straight artist, Tim .
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  8. Even lesser known is Tim Dawe's Straight LP Penrod, which perhaps holds the distinction of the most obscure release ever to appear on the label. Perhaps the standout cut on the record is the seven-and-a-half-minute "Junkie John," a brooding downbeat tale set against haunting funereal organ, wailing backup vocals, and a languid yet.

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