JJ 180 – Talk Talk b/w Classroom 7″

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$6.50

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JJ 180 got its start in 1977 when a group of teenagers came together around the art and music that had influenced them growing up in the 1970’s in Santa Cruz, CA. They were: Polio Ferrari (keyboards), Wally Sound (guitar), Tora Brooks (bass), Walter McKee (guitar) and Caker Calloway (drums). Their music was a hybrid of the then emerging punk sound as well as 1960’s surf, garage and psychedelic music. The band was a keystone of the Santa Cruz punk scene and organized many important early punk & new wave shows in their hometown. After establishing a local following, they released a single and a few songs on compilations. The original line up lasted until 1979, when Walter left the band and they changed their name to “The Realtors.”

A search of the band’s archive has yielded two unreleased gems from their original recording session in March 1978: “Talk Talk,” a cover of the classic Music Machine song and “Classroom” a JJ 180 original featuring the band’s trademark dueling guitar solos and confrontational attitude.

UNRELEASED RECORDINGS FROM SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA’S ORIGINAL PUNK BAND.
Available in 7″ white, black or random vinyl.
Includes glossy photo / bio insert.

45 r.p.m. / 7″ vinyl

I have three on white vinyl.

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