Selected tracks from the band’s Big Beat CD of 2003, plus a previously unissued version of ‘Simplicity’. Pressed on 180g black vinyl in a thick cardboard sleeve with copious notes on inner bag.
San Francisco in the late 1960s: an incredible socio-cultural arena, a true crucible of creativity, and ground zero for much of the best (and conversely, some of the worst) rock’n’roll of the time. And a locale so populous, not every deserving voice would get to be heard. One that was indeed most deserving was that of a group of young women by the name of the Ace Of Cups. To aficionados of the genre, the Ace Of Cups have achieved a posthumous notoriety as the first all-female rock band taken seriously enough to be given an equal share of the stage with their male peers. Yet their music had to wait decades to be heard.
Taste Of One
Waller Street Blues
Simplicity (previously unreleased 1968 recording)
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