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Monday, July 20, 2009

"......spaced out fringe folk with unusual inner-city vibe..."

From the liner notes of Jerry Rayson's "The Weird Thing in Town":

“In this album I only use three sounds instead of all of them and three languages with African accents. The music of it is called primitive soul music...If you enjoy the new and the weird, this is for you.”

The album references boogaloo and limbo, journeys into space, with time out for an extended anti-junkie and -hobo rant. Acid Archives called Jerry Rayson's "Weird thing In Town" "...spaced out fringe folk with unusual inner-city vibe and Puerto Rican tangents."