Playing tracks by
Judy Collins, The Carpenters, Bee Gees, Gino Vannelli, Jim Croce and more.
From a rare peppy single version of “Chelsea Morning” by Judy Collins to a trippy Mellotron-infused Bee Gees song; from Gino Vannelli singing about Jim Croce to an actual Jim Croce song, there’s a mood that runs through this set while also stretching the boundaries of that mood. It’s a journey back and forth between morning and evening, between sunny and overcast. In addition to the aforementioned artists, also featured are Mary McCaslin from her 1970 out-of-print “Goodnight Everybody” album, Traffic from their 1973 “Shootout at the Fantasy Factory” album, The George Hatcher Band from their “Coming Home” album, a cut from the rare 1973 Johnson & Drake album, “Carry It On,” a lengthy Loggins & Messina cut from their 1973 “Full Sail” album, Gordon Lightfoot from his 1974 “Sundown” album, The New Colony Six from their 1968 “Revelations” album, a cut from Ambrosia’s 1975 self-titled album, and Eric Clapton from his 1974 “461 Ocean Boulevard” album. All that in one jam packed hour!