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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9bc89714) out of 5 stars 9 reviews
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b7f954c) out of 5 stars Soul Ain't Funny But This Dogg Laugh 28 Jun. 2000
By Edd S. Hurt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Swamp Dogg is the souldenym of Jerry Williams, a songwriter, producer and all-around madman. This reissue of his first two albums, which contains precious little information about its contents, will give devoted soul music fans a good idea of the full-speed-ahead style of Swamp Dogg. "Total Destruction" dates from 1969 (originally released on the Canyon label) and "Rat On" from 1971 (Elektra). They're classics of the genre. Swamp Dogg went on to make great albums like "Gag A Maggott" (1973), and he released a good compilation called "Best Of 25 Years Of Swamp Dogg" a few years back, which contains some of his greatest songs, like "Complication #5" (about the last living human) and "Or Forever Hold Your Peace" (in which a man realizes that he has, umm, known quite well his son's future bride), as well as the masterful "Understanding California Women" ("She had on some shorts so tight/They wouldn't let her cheeks breathe"). That collection, while uneven, is worth checking out, as is the CD under review. Crazier than even Joe Tex and more, how you say it, conflicted, Swamp Dogg is an artist who needs a comprehensive reissue program. I saw him perform a couple of years back, in Nashville, and his version of "Sam Stone" cut John Prine's; Mr. Dogg is truly the last of the great soul men.
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HASH(0x9b7f95a0) out of 5 stars I finally hear him 4 July 2005
By Bob - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I read about Swamp Dogg years ago in a book about unknown heroes of rock and roll. I finally thought to look for his stuff on-line and am pleasantly surprised. Most cult artists are cultish for a reason. Their musical styles and idiosyncracies may be hard to grab onto. Dogg is molded in sixties R&B. If you liked the horn arrangements behind, say, Otis Redding, you'll be right at home here. What made Swamp Dogg an outsider was his lyrics. He "tells it like it is," so to speak, from the position of a black man in America. I've recently gotten three of his CDs so I'm not sure which song is on what CD unless I go out to the car and bring them in here, but something like "F*** The Bomb, Stop The Drugs" is a good example. Catchy, too. There's another, a showstopper no doubt, "God Bless America For What?" which examines patriotism and racism. Besides the political, he deals with plenty of the usual stuff, relationships, infidelity. His take is fresh, even if some of these songs were recorded decades ago.
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HASH(0x9b8d0c78) out of 5 stars How did I live without it? 14 Aug. 2011
By A. Davis - Published on Amazon.com
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Great early 70s funk, mostly delivered through a persona of loveable sleaze. Cheatin', boozing, racism, science fiction, and nuclear apocalypse all get put in a blender with a kick-azz soundtrack. Once you hear it, you'll wonder: "How did I live without it?"
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HASH(0x9b7f9828) out of 5 stars This cd deserves to be reissued 30 April 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I like the music of Swamp Dogg very much and I'm loking for the songs "Synthetic world" "Dust your hair colour red" and "God blessed America" Please help me find them on cd.
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HASH(0x9b8b472c) out of 5 stars The true missing link between Sly and P-funk 3 Sept. 2007
By Samuel Missimer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Look, if you like your soul, rock and politics of outrage properly mixed, order this NOW.

Total Destruction To Your Mind alone is worth the full price of admission. This amazing track has found it's way onto more of my 'mix tapes' than any other song, and needs to be heard to be believed.

This wild stuff isn't for everyone, just for those who love deep funk and can take a joke. In today's topsy-turvey world, a sane madman is needed more than ever, and these timeless jams are a true tonic for the mind, ears and yes - dancing feet.

Go Dogg Go!!!

S'fool
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