Hampton grease band music to eat

Having been born in August of the year Music to Eat began receiving its long bout of consumer neglect, I was unfortunately in no position to slap down cash on the counter in an attempt to reverse the Hampton Grease Band’s woeful fortunes. However, 25 years later I eagerly paid the fee, though I’ll add that right up to the point of Columbia’s 2CD reissue appearing in the racks, the album and by extension the band, which featured Phillips and Harold Kelling on guitar, Mike Holbrook on bass, Jerry Fields on percussion, and Bruce Hampton on vocals, was something of a well-kept secret.

Music to Eat is the only album ever produced by avant garde rock band Hampton Grease Band . It was released in 1971. The album is a double album, which is apocryphally said to have been the second-lowest selling album in Columbia's history, second only to a yoga instructional record. This record compares with the likes of Captain Beefheart , Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention , and Pere Ubu .

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