Sweet Smoke were a 1960's and 70's progressive jazz-rock band. They incorporated many different influences, such as jazz, funk and island rhythms. They were originally formed in Brooklyn, New York in 1967, although the band moved to live as a commune in Germany before the decade was out. They have a fan presence on the internet to this day. Line-up 1970 (Just A Poke), Andrew Dershin – bass guitar, Michael Paris – tenor saxophone, alto recorder, vocals, percussion, Jay Dorfman – percussion and drums, Marvin Kaminovitz – lead guitar, vocals and Steve Rosenstein – rhythm guitar, vocals. Just a Poke is the first album by Sweet Smoke, released in 1970, engineered by Conny Plank. The song Baby Night displays the band's progressive jazz fusion style at the time. The song can be divided into three main sections, the highlights being the instrumental sections.