Peter Krug will be totally forgotten today had he not, by situation, finished up on the collectable first launch by a significant California psychedelic group. In past due 1965, Nation Joe & the Seafood — still a folk jugband generally — released their 1st two songs, early variations of “PERSONALLY I THINK Like I’m Fixin’ to Die Rag” and “Superbird,” on the four-song EP associated the publication Rag Baby. Nation Joe & the Seafood were only around the A-side, nevertheless; the B-side was specialized in two single acoustic shows by Krug, a SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Region folk vocalist/songwriter. Both songs had been mediocre middle-’60s topical ointment folk tunes, not really helped from the drab melodies and Krug’s unsteady, inexpressive vocals. “Open fire in the town” mixes a Dylanesque delivery having a hazy lyrical feeling of apocalypse, and “Johnny’s Attended the Battle” was an anti-war declaration. Although the initial EP release which these songs appeared is fairly uncommon, the Krug tunes (aswell as the united states Joe & the Seafood ones) had been reissued on Nation Joe & the Fish’s Enthusiasts Products: The First Three EP’s collection.