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You Are What You Eat John Simon CBS 70045, 1968
You Are What You Eat album cover

A classic psych soundtrack if ever there was one, YAWYE is a great rocky garage record with plenty of chunky beats to keep dancefloors happy. Mostly rock-based, there are two outstanding funkier tracks, the wicked midtempo instrumental 'Painting for freakout' (by the soundtrack composer, John Simon) with big drums, bass and piano, and the excellent crazy Moog funk-rocker 'Freakout'. Recommended if you like a rocky or psychedelic feel to your funk.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Teenage Fair (Helmet commercial) | Moments of soft persuasion | Silly girl | Desert moog music | Be my baby | The family dog | The nude dance | My name is Jack | I got you babe | You are what you eat | Beach music | The wabe | Don't remind me now of time | Painting for freakout | Freakout |

 

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