This is the first-ever CD reissue of the second, better-known 1973 album from this pastoral Boston-area hippie trio, now remastered in a 24-bit remaster.
Intimate, low-key hippie tunes with several things going for it. Warm male and female vocals create an appealing blend supported by acoustic guitar, piano, tablas and flute.
Far from being trad, a playful and occasionally improvised feel dominates with nocturnal Eastern flourishes for that special late-night acid feel.
When Clearing stick to the femme-vox hippie picnic sounds, the sound is quite appealing.
Comes in a handsome paper sleeve that precisely reproduces the original LP sleeve in miniature form.
Includes detailed liner notes written by one of the original band members.
1 Morning Has Broken
2 Morning Light
3 Sunshine Man
4 She's Leavin'
5 Greyhound Bus Song
6 The First Time
7 The Church Where We Got Married
10 When I Was A Young Boy
11 My Father