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Boomkat Product Review:
Strange Uncle Jonny Trunk pulls another treat from behind his ear - the beguiling, self-pressed suite of disco, pop, country and rock 'n roll by an enigmatic chancer called Palmer Rockey. Entirely composed, written and produced by the ambitious American with a Philosophy PhD who looked like a "weird rockabilly cult hero" and was described as "disco lounge-lizard from hell", it's a crazy collection of potential earworms noted by Jello Biafra in his 'RE Search Incredibly Strange Music Volume II' book in 1994, and held in highest regard by Mr. Trunk. Variously known as 'Rockey's Style', 'Scarlet Love' and 'Scarlet Warning 666', it was originally penned as the soundtrack to Palmer's self-produced, self-funded (well, funded by money conned from wealthy Texan housewives and his wife's job at the post office, at least) movie, 'It Happened One Weekend', which, according to his wife, Cookie Ann, was screened for one night only at the premier in Canyon Creek, October 11th, 1974 and duly sank without any trace apart from a string of debts. We recommend you read the in-depth background on Jonny's website for the full low-down, but in the meantime check the samples and imbibe Rockey's enigma.