Sad About The Times

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SAD ABOUT THE TIMES

An Exploration of 70s FM Folk, Soft Rock,
West Coast Jangle, Power Pop and Late Night Jams

There was a time when there was only so much room at the top, with limited alternatives to mainstream radio for a song to get heard. Every song on Sad About The Times could have been a hit, each with a different flavor, all subtly conveying universal emotions that are hard to describe but easy to feel.

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Anthology Recordings’ latest compilation, curated by Mikey Young (Total Control / Eddy Suppression Ring) and Keith Abrahamsson (Founder / Head of A&R at Anthology Recordings), is a set of North American 70s jammers. These songs came in the wake of the psychedelic sixties after high-flying idealism ran its course, and singer-songwriters were ascendant.

Available on 2LP, CD, and digital, with artwork by Brian BlomerthSad About The Times is out on May 17.

1. West – “Sad About The Times”
2. Hollins Ferry – “Lonely City”
3. Randy & The Goats – “N.Y. Survivor”
4. Willow – “Loaves And Fishes”
5. Art Lown – “Deep Blue Sea”
6. Jode – “Tomorrow Is Gone”
7. Norma Tanega – “Illusion”
8. Perth County Conspiracy – “If You Can Want”
9. David Chalmers – “Hotel Room”
10. Jim Spencer – “Another Lonely Day”
11. Hoover – “Absolute Zero”
12. Space Opera – “Holy River”
13. Roger Rodier – “Am I Supposed To Let It By Again (Above The Covers)”
14. Emmett Finley – “Paula’s Song”
15. Sky – “Sing For Me”
16. The Smubbs – “The Running Water”
17. Oliver Klaus – “Here Comes The Sun”
18. Antonia Lamb – “Wolf”
19. Kevin Vicalvi – “Lover Now Alone”
20. Boz Metzdorf – “Sails Across The Sea”
21. Dennis Stoner – “Maybe Someday/Maybe Never”