This is another lost private-press gem, from a Texas singer/songwriter who is remembered for “looping, melodically through often surrealist lyrics with a strong Tim Buckley influence.” Another description drops the always-intriguing “downer” folk tag on this record, calling it “stark, edgy real-people loner vibe, reverb, acoustic instrumentation, occasional hand percussion, piano, harmonica, as that off-the-chain Texas feel that approaches solo Roky Erickson territory.”
Beautiful exact reproduction art packaged in a lovely heavy 60s style cover and pressed on 180gm audiophile vinyl.
Includes an insert with new notes from the artist, as well as a short except from his book 'Morning Glory,' which was written in 1968 and tells the story behind the album, but has yet to be published.
One time vinyl only edition of 500 copies.
|A2||In Again, Out Again|
|A4||A Sad Thought This Is|
|A5||I Hear There's A Man|
|B1||I Don't Know Nothing At All|
|B2||Easter Bunny Time|
|B3||Horny's All 'Tis|
|B4||Love You Mother Earth|
|B5||Margie In Midnight|