℗ ℗ 1974 Scepter Records
 

'Bout Time

Cooker

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1
Nowhere at All
Cooker
2:27
2
An' I'm Singing
Cooker
2:09
3
Rollin' Rollin'
Cooker
3:00
4
Come Tomorrow
Cooker
2:08
5
Tell Me Again
Cooker
3:04
6
Try (Try to Fall in Love)
Cooker
2:56
7
Birthday
Cooker
3:10
8
Sunny Day Sun
Cooker
3:40
9
I'm a Song
Cooker
3:07
10
Me and My Cousin Earl
Cooker
2:54
Total Playing Time    28:35
1974 release from Cooker (Norman DesRosiers), features Spooner Oldham, Gene Clark and Others. A very unique and interesting voice, for fans of folk-pop classics anywhere.

"Some of the sessions were just Cooker and his friend Ron Davies. which started late at night and went into the morning. Other sessions began in the morning but in either case Cooker always came with a six-pack of beer. The most important thing was that Cooker let me be a producer and I let him be an artist. Sometimes these lines are blurred and the outcome is convoluted but not in this case."
- Richard Monda (Daddy Dewdrop)
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Scepter Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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