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Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - 1968 - Strictly Personal

Strictly Personal is the second album by Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band. It was originally released in October 1968, almost a year after the band had initially taken to the studio to record the follow-up to 1967's Safe as Milk. The finished album has been the subject of controversy owing to producer Bob Krasnow's addition of phasing to many of the tracks, which Beefheart subsequently claimed was done without his knowledge or approval. The original intention was to record an album for Buddah Records entitled It Comes to You in a Plain Brown Wrapper. (Strictly Personal's sleeve design is a relic of this initial concept.) A considerable amount of material was recorded for the project during the period of October – November 1967 with Bob Krasnow producing. Owing to reservations on the part of Buddah, however, the album was not released. Instead, Strictly Personal was issued on Krasnow's own Blue Thumb label the following year. It features re-recorded versions of songs from the 1967 sessions, with psychedelic effects added by Krasnow. Beefheart has always hated the effects, claiming they had been added without his knowledge; the album's fate probably had a strong effect on his insistence on a dry, unaffected sound on later recordings.

01 - Ah Feel Like Ahcid
02 - Safe As Milk
03 - Trust Us
04 - Son Of Mirror Man - Mere Man
05 - On Tomorrow
06 - Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones
07 - Gimme Dat Harp Boy
08 - Kandy Korn

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