VariousWavy Gravy – Four Hairy Policemen.........

Label:Beware – 999
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Unofficial Release
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Garage Rock, Novelty


A1King HorrorLoch Ness Monster
A2The Leather BoyOn The Go
A3Pinky PinkstonThe Fisherman
A44 Hairy PolicemenFor Hairy Policemen
A5Sebastian PeabodyGrave In The Desert
A6Headliners*Voodoo Plan
A7Pat Bone (3)Clinkerated Chimes
B1Alt TakePurple Haze
Written-By [Uncredited]Jimi Hendrix
B2Autry InmanBallad Of Two Bros.
B3Trashmen*Bird Dance Beat
B4Andre Williams (2)Greasy Chicken
B5The Earthboys*Space Girl
B6Miriam Francis*A Cowboys Friend
B7Ding & BatHearse On A Surfari


All tracks are linked together by spoken movie trailers and trashy weirdness.

"4 Hairy Policemen" is a made up name and is actually Evans Carroll & The Tempos and the correct name of the song is "The Monster" from this 45: The Monster
"Sebastian Peabody" is a made up name and is actually J. Frank Wilson and the correct name of the song is "Unmarked And Uncovered With Sand" from this 45: Unmarked And Uncovered With Sand / Me And My Tear Drops
"Pat Bone" is a made up name for Pinky & Perky, Song taken from the 1960 single Pinky & Perky - Clinkerated Chimes,"the signature tune to Pinky & Perky Pop Parade"
"Alt Take" is a made up name and is actually Johnny Jones And The King Casuals. Song taken from the 1968 single Purple Haze
"Ding and Bat" is a made up name and is actually a cut taken from The Sounds Of The Silly Surfers .

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): Beware - 999 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): Beware - 999 - 2



  • marcell123's avatar
    Got a very nice VG++ copy for sale. contact if interested. location 21
    • dusty.grooves's avatar
      Got a copy of this if anyone wants It message me
      • Hayabusa1's avatar
        Actually, I thought this volume was better than the first. First one is good, as well.
        • Bradx's avatar
          Edited 9 years ago
          Nowhere near as good as the first volume (or indeed the Psycho Serenade album, subtitled Wavy Gravy 2 when it was reissued).
          It still has good moments albeit hit and miss and rather chaotically compiled imo. The Leather Boy is comped elsewhere in better quality but is a great track (all his stuff is good).
          You just have to look at some of the track titles to see the wild territory we're in here.... Hearse On a Safari, Grave In the Desert... whaaaat!? Clinkerated Chimes... another odd one.
          The '50s and '60s were such great decades for weird novelty records. Nobody really makes novelty songs anymore. Well - ok they might exist but I don't hear them. Crazy Frog was the last one I can recall... and that was just bad, not good bad like these.
          The sound quality is poor on this - it has a dubbed-from-cassette sound, bit muffled.
          I used to buy these type of comps on sight in the '80s. Wild stuff. Even though this one isn't the best it's still pretty good.


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