It’s called Barmel. Sweet spot!
I choose this album for my sunset drive through Big Sur on our way to play a show LA. With the windows rolled down, it was all Rhodes, Phaser, Neo Soul goodness. Good Medicine indeed. Matthew confirmed my suspicions that the album was recorded to a Tascam 388 Tape Machine, ya feel me. Coincidentally, we drove past Natural Bridges State Park and saw a few along the way.
Matthew’s vocals sits high in the register and glides effortlessly over soulful reggae riffs, that it makes me swoon. Visit Natural Bridges and get a sense of the toys involved in this play and grab a remaining copy from Curly Cassette.
December’s Boudoir - The Documentary
“December’s Boudoir celebrates Laura through interviews, rare concert and personal footage, animation and the remembrances of eloquent and devoted fans. Laura was an important voice of the late 1960s and early 1970s but many people only heard that voice second hand through other artists and, tragically, very few young people today are familiar with her music. In what seems like a blink she was gone at age 49. December’s Boudoir aims to bring Laura back up to the surface so she may soar again for a new generation.” (x)
just got my 1958 silvertone back from players guitars in san rafael…i’ve had it for years and its never sounded sweeter…