We were surprised that so few copies had the Tubey Magical qualities that we’ve come to expect from Elektra in 1967. The label was home to two very well-recorded (by none other than Bruce Botnick) bands at the time, The Doors and Love. What happened here? John Haeny, the engineer, worked on Waiting for the Sun, which is an amazing sounding Doors album on the right pressing. Why so few great sounding Wildflowers?
Michael from Mountains
Since You Asked
Sisters of Mercy
A Ballata of Francesco Landini
Both Sides Now
La Chanson des Vieux Amants (The Love Song of Old Lovers)
Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye