Poobah | Let Me In

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Let Me In

by Poobah

A re-issue of the 1972 cult classic featuring the psychedelic, fuzzed-out guitar heroics of Jim Gustafson. Features 12 bonus tracks recorded from the same period as the original 6 tracks.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mr. Destroyer
6:01 album only
2. Enjoy What You Have
6:10 album only
3. Live To Work
2:55 album only
4. Bowleen
6:05 album only
5. Rock N' Roll
3:48 album only
6. Let Me In
6:41 album only
7. Here's The Band
0:20 album only
8. Make A Man Outta You
7:12 album only
9. Upside Down Highway
7:45 album only
10. Walk Of The Bug
3:42 album only
11. Blooey Gooey
1:07 album only
12. Going To Rock City
2:51 album only
13. Smoke
3:14 album only
14. Mr. Destroyer (Live Rehearsal)
5:19 album only
15. Passion For Freedom
2:08 album only
16. I'm Crazy, You're Crazy
3:46 album only


Album Notes
In 1972, Poobah released their debut album, Let Me In, to an unsuspecting rock crowd and, in time, the album has become a highly sought after, collectible piece of heavy rock history. Now, almost forty years later, Poobah, in conjunction with Ripple Music, are “re-unleashing” the fuzzed-out, heavy rock classic in a multi-format, deluxe double LP, CD, and digital editions. In addition to the original 6 songs from the LP, this brand new rediscovery of the legendary guitar antics of Jim Gustafson will be on full display with 12 bonus tracks on the CD version, 10 on the LP. Let Me In was remastered from the original tapes by Tony Reed, the mastermind behind the retro-rock sound of Mos Generator and Stone Axe.

"You could go broke and mad trying to locate – and endure – every "great lost album" cherished by fanboys from the homegrown-pressing underground of the late Sixties and Seventies. The 1972 debut by the Ohio trio Poobah is one of the few that was – and still is, as hard Seventies boogie goes – great." -- David Fricke, Rolling Stone Magazine

"An unmissable slice of newly-refurbished rock history. Poobah were extraordinarily sharp and effective as a unit, peeling off semi-improvised jams that crackled with vitality and a healthy dose of mischief. With Shades of everything from Grand Funk and Hendrix through to early Alice Cooper and Bolin-era Purple, Poobah clearly ahd the rock'n'roll stff in spades. This reclaimed curio gleams like a diamond." -- Classic Rock Magazine Jan 2011



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