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Morning - 1970 - Morning

Morning was a Rural-Rock/American Roots/Country-Rock band, formed by Barry Brown (guitar/drums/vocals), Jim Hobson (piano/organ/vocals), Jay Lewis (guitars/banjo/vocals), Jim Kehn (drums/guitar/vocals), Bruce Wallace (electric bass/string bass), and Terry Johnson (guitar). A fine Los Angeles-based group, originally known as The Morning and The Evening. The group was formed after Jay Lewis, also known as Jay Donnellan, had been fired from Love by Arthur Lee. Jim Hobson also appeared on Love's Out Here. When the band signed a recording contract with Vault they retained complete control of the writing, engineering, arranging and producing of their first album, which is an underrated folk-influenced gem. It has a crisp, yet often sleepy sound, which is at its best on And I'm Gone and Sleepy Eyes. The album closes with a ninety second country gem Dirt Roads (the only track written by Jim Kehn) which is worthy of comparison with the title track of Quicksilver's Happy Trails.

01 - Angelena
02 - Early Morning
03 - Tell Me A Story
04 - Easy Keeper
05 - Roll 'em Down
06 - Sleepy Eyes
07 - New Day
08 - As It Was
09 - Time
10 - It'll Take Time
11 - And I'm Gone
12 - Dirt Roads

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