The Smoke (3) – The Smoke. Label: Sidewalk (2) – ST 5912. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Scranton Pressing. Country: US. Released: 1968.
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Album, 1967, Repertoire Records. 3. You Can't Catch Me. 4. High in a Room. 5. Wake Up Cherylina.
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Copies of the Smoke's self-titled album are highly valued by collectors of West Coast soft rock and psychedelic music. The album certainly deserves its reputation as one of the masterpieces of 1968. It opens with the organ-driven "Cowboys and Indians," which was producer/songwriter Michael Lloyd's personal homage to Brian Wilson's "Heroes and Villains" and lyrically makes mention of war (obviously the Vietnam War was very much on everyone's minds at the time).