His wrestling career began in 1963 and by 1970 he had become one of the biggest names on the Pacific Northwest Wrestling circuit. He was renowned for his unique wrestling moves (and finishing move The Thumb) and crazy on-stage characters he created for himself. On match days he would find a historic figure whose date of birth fell on that day and pretend to be them during the match and in interviews.
In 1971, he released an album bearing his stage name, "Beauregarde" featuring Greg Sage of the Wipers on guitar. Beauregarde enlisted Sage (then 17) after overhearing him playing guitar for a friend's band at Sound Productions studio in Portland.
I was totally surprised. It was not what I thought it would be at all.
I think it is bluesy. The horns are great! The guitar work is far beyond great! And Larry Pitchford can sure sing his ass off too. I think he is on par with the wailful and woeful sound of doom rockers, Necromandus's Bill Branch vocals. I cannot believe Larry has not put out more albums, especially with the musicians on this album.
Though I typically hate punk music, Greg Sage is superb on this album, albeit he had not been playing for very long prior to recording this. This is not punk music though. Definitely more blues and some psychedelic feel to it too. This is very good music. But like Andre88 said, I wish these files were in FLAC format. But regardless, thank you for posting it.
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