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Creepy John Thomas - 1970 - Brother Bat Bone

A Heavy Psych/Hard Rock guitarist named John Thomas seems to have as much chance of being recognized as an individual as a fire hydrant in an urban setting. An attached nickname can sometimes be helpful when faced with such a challenge, and this Australian-born performer came up with a good one when he dubbed himself Creepy John Thomas after moving to London.(OoD). "Brother Bat Bone” sounds at times like a mixture of Captain Beefheart and the Pink Fairies. This is a rather irresistable progressive blues/boogie album. A totally inspired effort from start to finish with emotionally strong, at times deeply moving vocals, tremendous axework and a loose, groovy rhythm section. "Creepy” John Thomas / lead vocals, guitar, Andy Marx / lead guitar, bass, Helmut Pohl / drums, Dave Hutchins / bass and Roy O’Temro / drums

01 - Down In The Bottom
02 - What´s The Matter With The Mil
03 - Brother Bat Bone
04 - This Is My Body
05 - Standing In The Sunshine
06 - 100 Lib. Noomy

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