Experienced he recorded his best-known melody, “Junkie John,” a couple of months earlier, Tim Dawe (true name: Jerry Penrod) may have been a celebrity. A catchy, psychedelic folk-rock tune, it experienced begun obtaining radio airplay when the FCC started to split down on drug-oriented recordings. Channels halted playing the solitary, while Dawe faded quickly into obscurity. An early on person in Iron Butterfly, Dawe was handled by Frank Zappa’s supervisor, Plant Greene. His debut recording, Penrod, released on Zappa’s label, Straight-Warner Bros., in November 1969, was made by one-time Lovin’ Spoonful member Jerry Yester. Zappa offered as executive maker. Dawe had an extended relationship with SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA band It’s a lovely Day time. The group documented his tune “Locations of Dreams and Wines” on its Choice Quality Stuff/Anytime recording in 1991, while ex- It’s a lovely Day bass participant Mitchell Holman created his 1976 “comeback” recording, Timothy and Ms. Pickens with Organic Take action. Dawe also created a multi-artist compilation of live folk and blues shows, A Night time at your wine Cellar, in 1979.