Organic Spitt was the pseudonym utilized by singer Charlie Whitehead over the Swamp Dogg-produced 1970 record Raw Spitt, aswell as over the 1971 non-LP one “Music to Sing”/”That Ain’t MY PARTNER.” As Swamp Dogg also co-wrote or wholly composed a lot of the music released beneath the Fresh Spitt name, while Whitehead just contributed towards the composition of 1 of those music, Fresh Spitt sometimes appeared at least as a lot of a Swamp Dogg task being a Whitehead one. The Fresh Spitt LP, like a lot of Swamp Dogg’s materials from the time, is normally likeable gritty early-’70s spirit with dashes of funk and rock and roll, aswell as some reflective and funny lyrics about African-American identification, racial/public injustice, and sex. It isn’t as eccentric as Swamp Dogg’s very own output, nevertheless, and Whitehead’s tone of voice is both much less colorful and distinct than that of his manufacturer. Whitehead also documented under his very own name in the past due ’60s and 1970s, collaborating with Swamp Dogg on those aswell. The entire Fresh Spitt record, aswell as the “Music to Sing”/”That Ain’t MY PARTNER” one, was issued within the 2006 Compact disc compilation Music to Sing: The Charlie Whitehead Anthology 1970-76.