Easy Does It was the third solo album by New York City-based singer-songwriter Al Kooper, recorded and released in 1970 for Columbia Records. A double album, Easy Does It featured Kooper on an expanded number of instruments, including sitar (used to effect on the country-tinged "Sad, Sad Sunshine"), vibes and electronic effects. While mostly backed by Bretheren rhythm section Stu Woods and Rick Marotta, Kooper also utilized groups in Nashville and Los Angeles to record the tracks for the album. Two tracks were also featured on the soundtrack to the counter-culture film The Landlord, "Brand New Day" and "Love Theme from The Landlord".
01 - Brand New Day 02 - I Got A Woman 03 - Country Road 04 - I Bought You The Shoes 05 - Easy Does It 06 - Buckskin Boy 07 - Love Theme From The Landlord 08 - Sad, Sad Sunshine 09 - Let The Duchess No 10 - She Gets Me Where I Live 11 - A Rose And A Baby Ruth 12 - Baby Please Don't Go 13 - God Sheds His Grace On Thee