ALBUM REVIEW (aciarc)
30+ year belated addition to the Justice label catalog, via an album that was recorded but never released by the label back in 1967. Weighing it against the stablemates, this is clearly above average, with a number of band originals and a more genuinely contemporary (as in 1966) moody garage and folkrock feel than the usual Justices. The release is nicely done in a way that looks and feels like a 60s pressing, and anyone with an interest in local teenbeat albums may want to check it out, apart from the obvious completist angle.
This was recorded in 1967, but never released. Introspective US garage/psych band influenced by the "British Sound", soul and R&B. After they recorded their "Leave or Stay" 45 for the Gama label under the name The English Muffins." 32 years later this LP finally sees the light of day via this lovely reissue LP limited to 400 copies and in an old style thick jacket done to look just like the Lp would have looked on the Justice label had it come out way back when. 6 covers include Kinks, Yardbirds and the 5 originals all have an early Stones vibe. Most who've heard it put it up in the top 2 for the label.
GARAGE PSYCH ... TAKE A GOOD LISTEN ... (VINYL RIP)
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