Boeing Duveen & the stunning Soup made only one, the 1968 discharge “Jabberwock”/”Which Dreamed It” — but just what a solo it had been. The A-side was one of the better and most uncommon British isles psychedelic obscurities, using its zany, menacing placing from the Lewis Carroll story to music. The melody was simultaneously bouncy and ominous, the vocal like this of the mad storyteller, as well as the agreement spruced up by odd laughter and screams in the backdrop. The flip aspect was, compared, a fairly mundane little bit of period raga-rock. “Jabberwock” continues to be reissued on many collector-oriented psychedelic compilations, as must a lesser level the flip aspect. The storyplot behind the true identification of Boeing Duveen could very well be even stranger compared to the one itself. Boeing Duveen was Sam Hutt, recognized to the United kingdom ’60s counterculture being a “rock and roll & move doctor” who implemented to rock and roll musicians and employed homeopathy and all natural medicine, in addition to dealing with medication casualties at celebrations. Although he continued to be a health care provider, he also continuing doing music for many years, though switching to nation & western noises beneath the pseudonym Hank Wangford.