Forever And A Day
Recorded in 1988 but not released until 1993, Forever and a Day was the first full-length album by our favorite NYC jingle-jangle mop-tops, full of mid-60s sounding garagey folk-rock. Out of print for many years, here’s a long overdue vinyl reissue with band-sanctioned new artwork and remastered sound.
*Insert with detailed liner notes & photos
“A folk-rock masterpiece. Sounding like Bob Dylan fronting the Blue Things, the band reprised the mood and feel of the genre they mined with amazing accuracy.” – Beverly Paterson (Something Else!)
Side A: A1. Hopin’ To See You – A2. Any Day Now – A3. Real Go-Getter – A4. Hard To Keep – A5. A Long Way To Go
B1. Call On Me – B2. What’s Been Missing – B3. She’s Alright – B4. Take Me – B5. Tompkins Square Blues