Jesus Marijuana/ Gutter Rat man (O.D.) Both versions of Gutter Rat Man is the same, just that one side is 33-1/3 rpm and the other is 45 rpm.
-Jesus Marijuna is a mid-tempo garage flower power rocker from Vancouver's golden age of DIY recordings and is very supportive of marijuana use including Jesus' endorsement in a dream, very irreverent lyrics and easily understood why it got nada in local radio play with lyrics such as "Jesus grows his own and getting high was not a sin, but quite alright".
-Gutter Rat Man is a faster-tempo garage-psych flower power with gritty vocals, driving bass, drums, guitar with a hot guitar solo from Sheldon Kantrow and is about a guy who is in a band but can't seem to stay out of trouble with the law and spends time in jail.
Orville Dorp was a group with an oddball sense of humour, very drug related, very irreverant, a curious mix of drugs and religion. Their record label is O.D. with no record number. Most Vancouver radio stations would not present drug related material so the record was never air played. The group had to place an advertisement in the "High Times" (the dope magazine) in order to sell the single outside of Vancouver. Tom Lavin wrote and sang Gutter Rat Man and Smilin' Jack Smith wrote and sang Jesus Marijuana. Glen Hendrickson is on drums-formerly with The United Empire Loyalists, Al Jacobs on piano and vocals, Sheldon Kantrow on guitar.