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Morning 1970 selftitled LP

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hK-vdPyhH4

Morning were a Los Angeles based six-piece featuring Jim Kehn (drums-guitar-vocals), Terry Johnson (guitar), Bruce Wallace (string bass-bass), Jim Hobson (piano-organ-vocals), Barry Brown (guitar-drums-vocals), and Jay Lewis (guitars-banjo-vocals). Jay Lewis, under the name Jay Donnellan had been in Arthur Lee’s later incarnation of LOVE, as was Jim Hobson.

Top-notch harmony singing, clever songwriting, creative instrumentation, unexpected twists and turns, and bits stolen from the masters combine to make every song a winner.

Their 2nd and final album is Struck Like Silver, released in 1972.

Both are well worth a listen.

Re: Morning 1970 selftitled LP

I believe these guys were also the Moorpark Intersection who recorded one great flower power single for Capitol.

Re: Morning 1970 selftitled LP

STEVESSTUFF
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hK-vdPyhH4

Morning were a Los Angeles based six-piece featuring Jim Kehn (drums-guitar-vocals), Terry Johnson (guitar), Bruce Wallace (string bass-bass), Jim Hobson (piano-organ-vocals), Barry Brown (guitar-drums-vocals), and Jay Lewis (guitars-banjo-vocals). Jay Lewis, under the name Jay Donnellan had been in Arthur Lee’s later incarnation of LOVE, as was Jim Hobson.

Top-notch harmony singing, clever songwriting, creative instrumentation, unexpected twists and turns, and bits stolen from the masters combine to make every song a winner.

Their 2nd and final album is Struck Like Silver, released in 1972.

Both are well worth a listen.


The first album is gorgeous, just the right amount of country for me. Psychedelic moments in 'Sleepy Eyes', in places they sound like CSNY.