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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Deluxe Edition of 1000 featuring:
    6 panel fold out jacket on uncoated card stock with debossed artist name on front cover
    20 page uncoated paper booklet containing excerpts from Jay Bolotin's personal letters from the era, accompanied by newly commissioned woodcuts depicting the people and the times
    OBI strip

    Includes unlimited streaming of No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining (Previously Unreleased Recordings 1970-75) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Deluxe edition of 1,000 featuring:
    Full album download code + bonus song: "The Story Of Lester And The Gold Coin", deluxe linen old style tip-on jacket, 12-page Saddle Stitched Book containing excerpts from Jay Bolotin's personal letters from the era, accompanied by newly commissioned woodcuts depicting the people and the times, printed inner sleeve with full lyrics on the front, and woodcut print "The River" - suitable for framing - on the back, OBI strip.

    Includes unlimited streaming of No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining (Previously Unreleased Recordings 1970-75) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Included with this special edition package is a limited edition woodcut depicting a young Jay Bolotin riding along side David Allan Coe, in Coe's vintage Cadillac. Printed on Arches BFK, the edition is limited to 50, each signed and numbered, along with a handwritten excerpt from a June, 1974 letter. Bolotin's work is included in many public and private collections, including the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the Georgia Museum of Art, Smith College Museum of Art, among many others.

    The LP also includes a full album download code + bonus song: "The Story Of Lester And The Gold Coin", deluxe linen, old style tip-on jacket, 12-page Saddle Stitched Book containing excerpts from Jay Bolotin's personal letters from the era, accompanied by newly commissioned woodcuts depicting the people and the times, printed inner sleeve with full lyrics on the front, and woodcut print "The River" on the back, and an OBI strip. Please note that the Special Edition LP will be available to ship on 11/13/18

    Includes unlimited streaming of No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining (Previously Unreleased Recordings 1970-75) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    edition of 50 

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lyrics

Linda lost a lover in the early part of autumn
And she moved out to the country hoping all would be forgotten
The last time that I saw her she was making sure the winter
Wouldn’t come through that old doorframe
Where the door is several inches from the ground
The cold hard ground

It’s hard to go down easy
It’s hard to keep from crying
It’s hard to lose a lover
In the early part of autumn

She learned to cook the meals and she learned to start the fire
And she learned to make jewelry out of beads and pretty feathers
She’d sit down to the table with her friends and several others
And she’d try real hard to never be alone

It’s hard to go down easy
It’s hard to keep from crying
It’s hard to lose a lover
In the early part of autumn

Now the winter wind blows cold upon her fairly gentle soul
She feels as though her time is passing easy
Her friend’s a sometimes lover though he knows that there’s another
She thinks about when nighttime lays on down

It’s hard to go down easy
It’s hard to keep from crying
It’s hard to lose a lover
In the early part of autumn

credits

from No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining (Previously Unreleased Recordings 1970​-​75), released November 9, 2018
- Hounds Ear Studio, Nashville, Nov. 7, 1972
- Engineer – Lee Hazen
- Guitar and Vocal – Jay Bolotin
- 2nd Guitar – Robert Cardwell
- Bass – Ted Reynolds
- Harmony – Robert Cardwell and Kim Morrison

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Delmore Recording Society exists to expose singular artists that don’t quite fit in to the world. The pursuit and discovery of lost tapes is another side of that mission.

We strive to bring something of value into the world…music that might enhance our appreciation of an artist that was under recorded, or whose recordings were never released due to some vagary of the business.
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