Elyse Weinberg – Elyse -1969 ( very rare ) Pysch Folk Rock (Very Rare Vinyl)
Elyse Weinberg – Elyse -1969 ( very rare ) Pysch Folk Rock (Vinyl)
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Back in the 1968, the California native released her self-titled debut to much success. The album hit #31 on the Billboard album chart and she appeared on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, in Newsweek and the L.A. Free Press, and at Shaffer Music Festival in NYC. Even Cher choose to use one of her song’s “Band of Thieves” for the soundtrack to her acting debut, the 1969 film Chastity.
However, a string of bad luck — and the fact that Cher for some reason instead credited the song to Sonny instead — led Elyse to experience only minor success in the years that followed before she drifted into seclusion and changed her name to Cori Bishop.
But then, some 30 years after the release of Elyse’s debut, Andrew Rieger of Elf Power got hold of a copy. The rest was history, per the issued press release:
Now, after playing extensively in support of the re-release over the past few years, Bishop has returned to the studio to create a brand new full-length effort. It’s titled In My Own Sweet Time and will mark her first new release since the late 60's. “Scary” and “magical stuff” are ways the album is being described, but make your own judgments. To purchase My Own Sweet Timego to DigStation at www.digstation.com/ElyseWeinberg.
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 9
side 2 - 9
BIN # * 41 very rare !
|A1||Band Of Thieves||2:28|
|A2||Deed I Do||2:53|
|A4||Spirit Of The Letter||2:22|
|A5||Here In My Heart (Underneath The Spreading Chestnut Tree)||3:12|
|A6||Last Ditch Protocol||2:46|
|B1||Sweet Pounding Rhythm||2:38|
|B2||Meet Me At The Station||2:30|
|B6||If Death Don't Overtake Me||4:25|