PIGFACE RECORDS

High-energy C-40 cassette that includes live recordings of Smegma’s first two punk shows in Portland in 1978 as well as the two studio recordings ’Going Rancid’(1978) and ‘Flashcards’ (released on 7” vinyl in 1979). The dynamite drums, sledge hammer guitar chords, tape manipulations and window breaking vocals of this Smegma line-up will take you to regions far beyond punk. Play this tape and you will find yourself shouting…
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Lee Rockey (1926-2002) was a swinging jazz drummer in the 1940s and 50s, who played with Herbie Mann and Neal Hefti among others. In the late 1960s – after he had moved from New York to Portland, Oregon – Rockey started playing a modified flat bridge violin, cello, oscillators, combined them with free drumming and used a Teac 2340 4-channel tape deck (as soon as those were available) to layer tracks in his own studio…
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Smegma came into being in Pasadena, California on November 23, 1973. Despite having no formal art or music training, several friends decided to experiment with playing ‘real’ music. They tried a ‘band without musicians’ concept by allowing musicians only for special parts as needed. The only other rule was, “NO HIPPY MUSIC” or any other contemporary sounds. They developed their own ‘primitive suburban folk…
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The A-side of this cassette contains recordings of Ace & Duck (Ace Farren Ford and Dennis Duck) live at Jazz House, Copenhagen, 2016. On one of the five tracks they are joined by renowned Danish saxophone player Mette Rasmussen. The tracks on this side of the cassette slip from ferocious free jazz pieces into bluesy drinking songs from Ace’s battered throat and back again. Relive a wild night in Copenhagen that hit the Jazz House in…
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sold outSmegma’s ‘Son Of Geek’ is a condensed musical in several acts with a disturbing storyline and psychedelic improvisations by Greaso Headcheez, Ju Suk Reet Meate, Paul Rioux, Bard and guests Turkey Mon and Mike Jabowski. Son of Geek, the lyrics warn a couple of times, is a freak. And yeah, this guy takes you places: ‘Hello Mr Geek. It looks like your teeth is ruined. I’ll try to fix it up..’

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