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    1. Zukus

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      Oct 22,  · David Peel is a New York-based musician who first recorded in the late s, with Harold Black, Billy Jo White and Larry Adams performing as "The Lower East Side Band". Though his raw, acoustic "street rock" with lyrics about marijuana and "bad cops" appealed mostly to hippies at first, the sound and DIY ethic make him an important, if little.
    2. Gokinos

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      This is the final product. John Lennon, of the Beatles, & Yoko Ono.
    3. Zulkikus

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      Check out The Pope Smokes Dope [Explicit] by David Peel, The Lower East Side on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfo
    4. Voodoorg

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      Jun 28,  · David was Yoko and John Lennon's discovery. We met at Apple Records and I joined his Lower East Side Band for awhile. This clip doesn't reveal the rest of David Peel.
    5. Votaur

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      David Peel & the Lower East Side open the album with the upbeat "Everybody's Smoking Marijuana" -- which starts out with a goof/homage to Country Joe & the Fish -- and the vicious Merle Haggard/"Okie from Muskogee" parody/answer song "The Hippie from New York City," both still as laugh-out-loud funny in the 21st century as they were back when.
    6. Goltijas

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      Label: Apple Records - SW • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Experimental David Peel & The Lower East Side - The Pope Smokes Dope (, Vinyl) | Discogs /5(21).
    7. Kazrakazahn

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      The Pope Smokes Dope is the third album by David Peel and The Lower East Side, released on April 17, through Apple Records. Peel, along with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, performed Peel's "The Ballad of New York", on The David Frost Show, with Lennon playing tea-chest bass.
    8. Gukazahn

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      Mar 22,  · The tale of David Peel, the dope-smoking hippy who became the King of Punk By Kris Needs (Classic Rock) 22 March He tooled around with John Lennon, was the first man to use the word "Motherf*cker" in a song title and directly influenced The Clash.

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