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One of the first 1960s San Francisco psychedelic bands to find a national audience, they were equal parts protest folkies, jug band carousers, and Eastern influenced hypnotic conjurers. Their debut still captures the era better than just about anything else.

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2   Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine Buy Buy
3   Death Sound Buy Buy
4   Porpoise Mouth Buy Buy
5   Section 43 Buy Buy
6   Super Bird Buy Buy
7   Sad And Lonely Times Buy Buy
8   Love Buy Buy
9   Bass Strings Buy Buy
10   The Masked Marauder Buy Buy
11   Grace Buy Buy

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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 07/07/1987

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Given their origins, both geographically (San Francisco) and stylistically (founder Joe McDonald and lead guitarist Barry Melton first hooked up in a jug band), it wasn''t surprising that the ragtag Fish sounded like an acid-soaked, plugged-in folk band when they debuted in ''67. Simultaneously the most political and funniest of all the Northern California bands, the Fish''s yippie-hippie philosophy was reflected in songs like "Superbird" (about Lyndon Johnson), "Flying High" (about getting you-know-what), and the bluesy free love saga, "Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine." That they could periodically wax serious as well (the wide-angled instrumental "Section Forty Three" and the moody "Bass Strings") only added more bite to their satiric pungency. --Billy Altman

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