Simon Stokes & The Black Whip Thrill Band

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Simon Stokes & The Black Whip Thrill Band - The Incredible Simon Stokes & The Black Whip Thrill Band The Incredible Simon Stokes & The Black Whip Thrill Band
Pop Used - LP KZ 32075 Spindizzy
Beautiful 1973 Textured Cover Original With Insert And Featuring Very Tasty Bondage Cover Art By Joe Petagno. Unplayed Condition. “Raised By His Grandparents In Reading, MA, Simon Stokes Was Seen By His Peers As A Loner Or Solitary Child. By The Age Of Ten He Had Become A Sleepwalker. His Grandfather Would Often Take Stokes To See The Harry D. Stokes Orchestra, Which Was His Introduction To Music. In His Teenage Years, Stokes Became Influenced By The Blues, Often Listening To A Local DJ Named Sid Symphony And Attending All-Night Concerts. Stokes Saw Big Mama Thornton And Hank Ballard Among Countless Others, Each Having An Impact On Him. In 1973, Stokes Released His Debut Album, Incredible Simon Stokes, On Spindizzy Records. The Album Was A Psychedelic Blues Record In The Vein Of Captain Beefhart. That Same Year, Stokes Released Simon Stokes & The Black Whip Thrill Band On Spindizzy. The Album's Cover Was Reportedly The First Banned Album Cover In The United States. Featuring S&M Scenes As Well As Females Being Whipped, The Controversy Created A Cult Following For The Musician, Especially Among Biker Groups.” Jason MacNeil, AMG.... more details
 

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