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Monday, January 28, 2008

The kasenetz-katz singing orchestral circus CANADA LP


Offering up a minty transfer from original Canada pressing (1969)
I always thought this was a faux live concept..but from what I gather, it did actually take place, but this LP was
recorded after the Carnegie Hall Concert.
Some happy bubblegum pop here, and a searing fuzz laden version of Hey Joe!






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info below from : http://www.bubblegum-music.com/kasenetzkatz

Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus
by Bill Pitzonka

1968 was a banner year for bubblegum's founding fathers Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz. Their association with Buddah Records had produced two consistent hitmakers, the Ohio Express and 1910 Fruitgum Co., and they had a host of lesser lights waiting in the wings. As a spectacular publicity stunt, they threw all their bands together, rented Carnegie Hall for June 7, and billed the event as The Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus.

The original cast recording claims a total of 46 musicians: Buddah's 1910 Fruitgum Co. and Ohio Express; the Laurie label's Music Explosion; Kama Sutra artists Lt. Garcia's Magic Music Box, the Teri Nelson Group and J.C.W. Rat Finks; and the unsigned entities St. Louis Invisible Marching Band and 1989 Musical Marching Zoo. The "live" album was a particularly fuzzy-sounding affair consisting mostly of strange cover versions Super K staples "Simon Says," "Little Bit Of Soul" and "(Poor Old) Mr. Jensen," as well as such stylistic stretches as "Hey Joe," "Yesterday, " "We Can Work It Out" and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'". Joey Levine contributed the sole studio cut, Down in Tennessee, which bubbled under the Billboard Hot 100 in single form.

6 comments:

  1. ha : i have this LP , as well as most of the other kasenetz-katz shite , 1910 fruitgum co. , etc.
    great stuff , good find !

    thanks

    aka`

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  2. I love all the KK stuff and all the bubblegum 60's stuff : )

    Cheers Jason

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  3. I love the KK Bubble Gum songs on this LP.
    Unfortunately I do not have it no more
    Greetings
    Wolf

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  4. Hey Joe is amazing on this. Would like the whole album though.

    James

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  5. If anyone wants the album, please join the friend list "groove yard tribe" and I send you the link.

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  6. Luv bubblegum music, i was raised on it all. I'll be fifty this month! I own a copy of 123 Red Light by 1910 FGC & Orange Marmalade by Lemon Pipers, looking for copy of KK Orchestral Album & all other albums by these groups, also Ohio Express. Peace & luv to all, Janet (Hippiechick)

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