Photograph of a Salsa Party at singer/songrwriter Lois Maffeo’s house in 1996. Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney is first at the right. It was taken by Gail O’Hara, founder of influential fanzine chickfactor; she talks about the picture here.
The fact that taylor tells the croud that she’s thankful because everyone is singing along and know all the words and thanking them especially because she knows thats a lot of work cause she writes a lot of lyrics!?!?!?!?!?! Thank YOU for not writing mindless pop songs with no significance whatsoever. The fact that you changed to pop and you didnt compromise your songrwriting is one of the most beautiful things you could’ve ever done for us.
Folk-rock, laid-back 70s rock, slightly psych, slightly country-rock..
not too easy to define, but a great album with good songrwriting and
such a good production that makes you think this was a big name rather
than an unknown band.
Released in 1976 by the 700 West label (yes, same as Zerfas), this
hardly turns up in original, and as the Acid Archives book says, its
“Very, very good”. Never reissued before in any format, now available in
limited editions of 350 vinyl lps and 350 digipack CDs….