If by "smock on the water", you mean "Smoke on the Water", then
the answer would be the English rock band, Deep Purple, which was
formed in 1968. "Smoke on the Water" was released in 1972, from the
album "Machine Head".
Probably nothing but that's kind of gross like why not pour new
Now that depends also if you mean smoke -with- the water, or
smoking the water it's self. You could pour out the water,
evaporate it, scrape the resin and smoke that... Sounds like death
to me, but hey. You asked.