David Peel & The Lower East Side - I Like Marijuana (Vinyl)
David Peel & the Lower East Side - Have a Marijuana [Vinyl LP] - Music. Save with Used - Good. $ W Cover has some shelf wear on edges and corners, slit in the cover along with a circle imprint. The sleeve is in new/5(41).
A little before my time, but very interesting album- A couple of years after "Have A Marijuana" was released, David Peel performed a few times with John Lennon and Yoko Ono in , and they produced one of his albums- This isn't the late 's "psychedelic sound," in fact I can't really think of how to describe David Peel's style other than "unique"- David Peel certainly progressive rock /5(43).
At first, second and third listen the debut record by New York street musician and John Lennon protégé David Peel seems pretty ridiculous. Recorded live on the streets of New York, the production is patchy, yielding more of a "recorded live in someone's bathroom" vibe than anything else. Then there's the lyrics, all of which are juvenile, dated and delivered in an erratic Tiny Tim-meets-Cheech & Chong style.
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In , David Peel and the Protesters released Up Against the Wall Street, an album of themed protest songs. In , Peel was back to his fight for the legalization of marijuana, releasing his latest album as David Peel and the Lower East Side titled Give Hemp a Chance. Peel was working on his book Rock and Roll Outlaw. A career retrospective book that will include his complete lyrics, concert posters and .
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