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C&L's Late Nite Music Club With George Brigman

Molten metal spews out of a garage

In 1975, Baltimore teenager George Brigman released his debut album Jungle Rot. Originally conceived as a tribute to Tony McPhee of the Groundhogs, the fried out boogie and garage acid rock of the record is its very own strange and warped animal.

What are you listening to tonight?

Jungle Rot plus 3 bonus tracks
Jungle Rot plus 3 bonus tracks
Artist: George Brigman

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