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Saturday, May 2, 2015

Prentice And Tuttle ‎- Every Loving Day (1972 us, wonderful folk rural rock)

This collectable record by Steve Prentice and Stephen Tuttle, is a fragile psych folk record with strong rural Americana feeling. 

Most of the songs were recorded in a small apartment in Boston, Steve had a job as a printer, and Stephen was working in a warehouse. They had their own equipment to record a number of takes after work and weekends.

Steve and Stephen met with John Gerbron and David Cain at the Knowles House to do a couple of songs. Tapes finished in early June 1972 at Stephen's house outside Philadelphia. About a thousand of copies were made.

...On the rare occasion I listen to this music it no longer feels like listening to myself. Too much time has passed. Just two young lads playing some songs. A few moments of creativity and heartfelt expression.
by Stephen Tuttle

1. The River Song - 3:13
2. Old Man Taylor - 3:07
3. This Downhill Walk - 2:27
4. Jacob's Tree - 2:32
5. It's Getting Mighty Cold - 3:10
6. Deep Blue Affection - 3:07
7. Like A Midnight Crier -  
8. Just How You Feel - 2:50
9. The Devil Be Your Lord - 2:40
10.It Isn't Going To Rain This Day - 2:53
11.Ring Them Bells - 3:16
12.Every Loving Day - 3:42
Words and Music by Stephen Tuttle, Steve Prentice

*Stephen Tuttle - Vocals, Guitar, Piano
*Steve Prentice - Guitar, Vocals
*David Cain - Bass
*John Gerbron - Drums

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Alexandr said...

Thanks, Marios.

mscmichael said...

Thanks very much...

preacheros said...

solid and equable effort, like it very much, thanks a lot!