Monday, June 20, 2011

THE ZEET BAND-MOOGIE WOOGIE, LP, 1970, USA

Highly winning early Moog funk zaniness in a sorta pre-Popcorn mode from this one-off West Coast crew, with some of the best bits here even anticipating the killer synthy library sleaze of Claude Perraudin's Patchwork library releases.

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6 comments:

litlgrey said...

Classic stuff... yes.

jay said...

this is my kind of week at mutant sounds!! Excellent stuff.

crunchee said...

i own this record, too. the members all play under pseudonyms, but i've deciphered some of the names, and it seems donnie hathaway plays on this.

mutan said...

present :

http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/0GUDZSA2/The_Zeet_Band-Moogie_Woogie-USA-1970.rar_links

Anonymous said...

This record is really incredible the more I think of it / hear it. The track 'Boogie-Loo' is (for me) a direct audio representation of experiencing Ozark, Arkansas and the highwayscapes out there.

Anonymous said...

Hello you mutants!

can you please re-up this album?
Thanx for the great work!