Some interesting details and a fun story about it here. They did get their five copies.
It was in fact printed in the Random Notes column shortly after the issue in question: “Yes, they bought five copies for their mothers.”
“Ah got a freaky ol lady name 'a Cocaine Katy who embroidries on mah jeans…”
Also, I don’t know if it’s been mentioned or is pertinent, but Shel actually searched a long time before he found just the right band for his tunes.
(Don’t touch me.)
I could swear they were on it twice!
Just wanted to remark that I own this album. It’s only so-so as a musical thing, but as a piece of history it’s right up there with Ultimate Spinach and The Fugs.
That sounds like us.
Good one, KTK!
Unfortunately, I saw this great band In Carrollton, Georgia at a time when their finances sucked. They played a wonderful set of all their hits and were very gracious afterward. Too bad that now they’re at odds.