An obscure Massachusetts band from the later 1960s, Lazy Smoke offered sort of Transatlantic psychedelic sound with approximately equal debts to American and Uk influences. Their biggest debts was to the Beatles, and even though they were barely exceptional for the reason that respect, the resemblance commanded even more attention because of the pretty close similarity of head/key songwriter John Pollano’s vocals to people of John Lennon. Pollano’s compositions bore much Lennon stamp aswell, frequently sounding like callower derivations of Lennon’s even more sedate Light Album-era music. They pressed a couple of hundred copies of 1 record for the small Onyx label in 1969, Corridor of Encounters, before splitting. The record provides since accomplished a humble cult pursuing, and was reissued on Compact disc with twelve bonus demos.