Have A Marijuana (album) by David Peel & The Lower East Side

Have A Marijuana
Have A Marijuana by David Peel & The Lower East Side (1969)
Overall rank: 11,973rd   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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8 Track Tape David Peel & The Lower East Side Have a Marijuana (153)
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DAVID PEEL & THE LOWER EAST SIDE have a marijuana ORIGINAL LP psych stoner rock
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From PurpleHazel 10/18/2018 12:25
I had "a marijuana" with Peel on the street in the Village in 1980.
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From glynspsa 01/09/2018 22:16
Joyous, raucous and highly influential. it has a bit of a time capsule feel to it. A true classic and just another reminder of how cool the late 60's period was in the art it was creating. A not always pleasant time to be alive due to war and civil unrest but the art was magnificent moving and timeless
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From hairymarx1 08/06/2013 22:08
David Peel's contribution to the counter-culture of the 1960s is a significant but largely under-recognized one. The punk aesthetics of the late 1970s can probably be traced back to the ramshackle street busking-style approach of Peel and his fellow travelling minstrels who utilise folk agit-prop and Fugs-style satire to comment on the social issues of the day. There is a wonderful organic sense of authenticity, albeit simplicity, in Peel's art. His lyrics are deceptively clever, the spartan hillbilly hoedown nature of the music, story-telling and comedy skits fresh, and his the use of the streets of New York's Lower East Side, an innovation (copied by John Lennon for 'Give Peace A Chance'). As a form of politically-based activism, it could be argued, that the contemporary occupy movement be traced back to Peel's street "happenings".
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