Carman's very first independent album. Only 400 were ever made and according to Carman a bunch were tossed out after his trunk took in water. Yep, he use to sell this one out of his trunk. We confirmed this when we met Carman and had an opportunity to discuss more about this album.
Where did it come from? We’ll that’s a cool story in itself. We had a bunch a Vinyl in stock and we’re contacting artist directly to see if they wanted to buy some to sell in their stores. We contacted a guy named Jimmy Lloyd who had an album called Kit and Jimmy Lloyd. We spoke with him for a while on the phone and he told me he was Carmen’s first producer and mention this album. I didn’t see anything on Wikipedia about it so I wasn’t sure how legitimate the story was, not that I had a reason to question him, things just didn’t lineup. That was until five copies showed up address to Girder. I immediately called Jamie and he told me that he found some copies in an old box and thought I might like them. Just a few days later we got an opportunity to meet Carmen invalidate the story that it in fact Jimmy Lloyd was the producer and the one that originally found Carmen as a teenager in his church. He paid for Carman to go in and record this album which Carmen sold out of his trunk in his first few shows.