Brute Force I, Brute Force, Confections of Love

I, Brute Force, Confections of Love

Brute Force (Stephen Friedland) is best know for 1969's "The King of Fuh¯", which was arranged by George Harrison and released on The Beatles' Apple Records. Brute Force is the rarest artist on Apple. With this expanded edition of Brute's rare 1967 Columbia debut, "I, Brute Force - Confections of Love," you will be introduced to the memorable characters inhabiting Brutopia, an alternative 1960s America in which satire doesn't bite but only nips a little, inhibitions get nudged and collapse all akimbo, and love, however weird, conquers all. That's Brute's party, a shindig for the ages.