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  1. BRIGMAN, GEORGE – JUNGLE ROT – Cover: VG+ (edge wear, age wear, wobc) Record: EX to NM. Super rare underground heavy guitar psych LP! Wow! this record is amazing!! The vinyl is in excellent condition and plays great!!! Product Enquiry. Name. Email address. Enquiry. Related products.
  2. George Brigman sounded like a man out of time on his rare mid-'70s debut, Jungle Rot (though it's not so rare anymore, having been reissued both legitimately and illegitimately on several labels). Unlike the oncoming punks and new wavers, he had an obvious affinity as a keeper of the flame of classic rock forms, most particularly the late-'60s/early-'70s blues-rock of British bands such as the.
  3. Label: Obscure Oxide Released in by Baltimore teenager George Brigman, 'Jungle Rot' was a self-produced slab of molten fuzz that had no chance of gaining an audience before the punk revolution. Conceived as a tribute to British psych-blues band the Groundhogs and their leader Tony McPhee, the album takes that bands' acid-fried boogie and warps it with primitive recoding techniques and the.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jungle Rot on Discogs. Label: Solid Records (19) - SR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5(20).
  5. Jungle Rot: George Brigman: siorolarlainabanfuwaregespoicar.xyzinfo: Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account Music Vinyl Records Today's Deals New Releases Best Sellers Canadian Artists Classical Browse Genres Recommendations Musique Music › Indie & Alternative › Reviews: 4.
  6. Soon afterward, with the help of a couple friends, he recorded material in a Baltimore studio and released the Jungle Rot album on his small Solid label in An LP of that sort had little chance of getting airplay or press in the mid-'70s, though he continued to make music with the bands Hogwash and Split, issuing a single in

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