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One of the least known Johnny Kitchen tax scam releases, Jerimiah surfaces only once in a blue moon, a rare astronomical event which recently occurred. The album is listed in the Acid Archives Second Edition, an entry which could use some upgrading. The description of the music (aka review) is brief, although there isn't really much to say about it if you're familiar with the Kitchen '70s kitchen sink releases.
JERIMIAH ( )
Blowing Your Mind 1977 (Wong 14068)
This is Johnny Kitchen doing messed-up lounge-a-go-go fuzz rock ten years too late. Like all Album World label releases, a new label name has been invented, while the catalog number follows the Album World sequence (see Ilian, Tarots, etc). The excellent "Flippo" is the obvious high-point, and there's also a cool, slightly trippy cop-show funk number and two completely misplaced patriotic crooner songs, in addition to the generic Album World vibe that tax scam collectors like. Except for its rarity, Jerimiah isn't overly desirable and not at all as good as the Tarots, as an example. The artist name is written 'Jerimiah' on the sleeve, a possible misspelling that would have bugged the artist if he had existed.