The Lawn Jockeys

The Lawn Jockeys

Amazing Sounds of Shock Theatre Starring Dr. Creep!

Big Beef

This 73 minutes of weirdness is a benefit album for a Dayton, Ohio charity founded by local TV horror show host Dr. Creep. Some of it could be looped to make a great Halloween sound effects/soundtrack tape, but a lot of it is just weird music in a ’70s funk and ’60s garage vein (no less than three songs here are based on the theme from Peter Gunn, which Dr. Creep uses as the theme song for his TV show), with the occasional voiceover from the good doctor himself or dialogue from some long lost B-movie.

Big Beef Records, PO Box 303 WBB, Dayton, OH 45409; http://www.bigbeef.com, http://www.drcreep.com

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