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Published on May 11, 2010
"Morning, Morning," haunting song from The Fugs Second Album, later covered by Richie Havens. I fell in love with the song on E. 11th St., Lower East Side, in 1967.
"and the secret of the shining / seeks to break my simple face"
Album originally released as ESP Disk 1028, 1966; re-released by Fantasy Records, Berkeley, CA, 1994. Lyrics by Tuli Kupferberg; vocals by Ed Sanders and Betsy Klein; Lee Crabtree, piano, bells, celeste; Vinny Leary, Pete Kearney, guitar; John Anderson, bass; Ken Weaver, drums. Recorded at RLA Studios, New York City, 1966. Produced by Ed Sanders and Richard Alderson; recording engineer, Richard Alderson. Cover photo, Jim Nelson. Digitally compiled, restored, and remastered by Aaron L. Hurwitz; digital remastering by Phil de Lancie, Fantasy Studios, 1994. Created 1993 Edward Sanders and Tuli Kupferberg. copyright 1994 Fantasy, Inc. See "Carpe Diem" from Fugs First Album at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbpg-j...
Images: Fugs album cover, Jim Nelson, jonnypaycheck at Photobucket; "Make Love Not War" photo of Caroline Kastle and Lynn Douty, 1967; Fugs poster, rising70 at Flickr; Lower East Side, Greg Scaffidi of Associated Press-National Trust, and kottke.org; men crying, Andy Drewitt, CBJJBC at Deviantart, and cksoon11 at Photobucket; man waking, Tigna; animation still shot, "Pure Imagination" ad by AT&T; light and stars, NASA; neuron terminating fibers, Jonathan McEuen.