Cooley Munson – Sightly Sue
Original release – Studio West Records Santa Barbara, California
2008 reissue release – Guerssen Records Catalonia SPAIN
2011 digital release / video sync licensing – Yoga Records U.S.
All songs written and arranged by Alan Munson, except “One Long Day” by Bill Cooley.
Copyright 1972 ALM Music ASCAP
For more info, visit artist web site www.Alanmunson.com
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“Computer Chess” original motion picture soundtrack has been available digitally from Yoga Records. The album includes Collie Ryan‘s four songs, she also appears on the film. LP is currently sold out.
“Woo are brother’s Mark and Clive Ives, who have been recording music for the past thirty five years. A bedroom band, multi tracking guitars, clarinets with syths and percussion. They created hundreds of tracks, of various styles.”
’1001 Decisions’ is taken from Woo’s latest release “When the Past Arrives” (released on March 18th) via Drag City / Yoga Records, order, HERE. Woo >> Bandcamp.
Woo “1001 Decisions” (Official Video)
As a follow-up to their 2007′s “Golden Opportunities,” Okkervil River has released a brand new set of covers “Golden Opportunities 2″ which was recorded live and mixed live to 2 track by Danny Reisch at Premium Recording, Austin, TX, November 3rd.
Available now for free download through the Okkervil River web site.
1. It Is So Nice to Get Stoned (Ted Lucas)
originally appeared on Ted Lucas’ self-titled solo album (known as “The OM album”) recorded in Detroit, 1974, LP reissued on Yoga Records.
2. U.F.O. (Jim Sullivan)
originally appeared on Jim Sullivan’s debut album “U.F.O” (Monnie 1969) featuring the legendary Wrecking Crew (Beach Boys, Phil Spector). Reissued from Light in the Attic Records.
3. One Soul Less on Your Fiery List (The Triffids)
originally appeared on The Triffids’ 1986 album “In The Pines,” reissued from Domino Records.
4. Plan D (Bill Fay)
originally appeared on Bill Fay’s second album “Time of the Last Persecution,” released in 1971 from Deram Records, reissued from Esoteric Recordings.
5. Dry Bones (traditional spiritual song)
from “OTHER PEOPLE’S SONGS – Volume One – Performed by Damien Jurado & Richard Swift” (2010), a Free collection of covers recorded 2010. Originally written & performed by Bill Fay on his self-titled first album (Nova, 1967), reissued from Esoteric Recordings. Also…. Wilco and Loose Fur (Jeff Tweedy and Glen Kotche with O’Rourke) has covered ‘Be Not So Fearful,’ and Jim O’Rourke covered ‘Pictures of Adolf Again,’ the song from “Time of the Last Persecution”, for 2007′s Koji Wakamatsu’s film “United Red Army” OST.
The Spike Drivers – Strange Mysterious Sounds (Swingin’ Time, 1967)
“Ted Lucas flirted with fame in the late 60s in the Spike Drivers and Misty Wizards, studied with Ravi Shankar, went home to Detroit and played sitar for Motown, and recorded his album, referred to by family and friends as The OM Record (after Ted’s private label name), in Detroit and Nashville.”