Bohack ‎– It Took Several Wives

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Family Friend Records ‎– FFR 8101
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Tracklist

A1 The Rock Of Joe The Dog Crowd Noticed
A2 Slow Clock
A3 A Waiter Dies A Large Family For A Tip Leaves
A4 Shot Himself After Falling Three Days
A5 Fat Jaw
A6 If You Feel Frogie Jump
A7 Jesus In Mono
A8 Old Hog Pissing In Sepia
A9 Jerky In Color
A10 To Save A Safe Artist's Ass
B1 Good Brown
B2 It Took Several Wives
B3 The Man With The Flower In His Mouth
B4 They Came As One Person
B5 The White Hand Burned While The Red Hand Held On
B6 Potatoe Skin Hair
B7 50 Perfumes (Part 1)
B8 50 Perfumes (Part 2)

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Credits

Notes

All songs were recorded between September 1981 and April 1982 in New York City at American Indian Studios. In memory of Pier Paolo Pasolini and Charles Mingus.

Copyright Bohack Music 1982.

Special thanks to Charles Prentiss, Michael Holman, Evaristo Nicolao, Veilette-Citron, Ralph Osborne, Edit deAk, Stevie B., and Franceso Clemente.

White paper inner sleeve with "PRI RECORD PRESSING WYANDANCH, N.Y." printed at the bottom left on both sides

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (etched side A): PRI-381-B
  • Matrix / Runout (etched side B): PRI-381-B

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gerhough

gerhough

November 21, 2014
its sublime & beautiful ; & im lucky enough to own a copy.
hopefully Vincent will play a concert in Ireland at some stage in the future.
vincentgalloINC

vincentgalloINC

December 31, 2013

We printed a total of 1000 copies of this LP and sold about 60 through Bleecker Bob's record store and about 150 through a distributer. 500 were destroyed in a New York City fire. In 1984 I threw about 100 in a trash container and passed out the rest one night on St. Mark's Place, NYC. Some of the ones I passes out I wrote random things on. The address on the back was my very long time NYC apartment and I received one brilliant fan letter which I still have because of its great writing. I cried when I got the fan letter as it was the first time a stranger said something nice to me. I currently don't own a copy of the record as every time I get one a friend seems to pry it from me. I consider this LP to be some of my best work to date