Jan. 27 street date. Originally issued in 1972, the ten-song album "Mock Up" has been expanded to fourteen, including her three vocal cuts on the Screaming Gypsy Bandits In The Eye LP. Dug up in the process was a live performance at the Hummingbird Café in 1972 captured on film, which has been added as enhanced content on the CD. In addition to scores of unpublished photos, the booklet is jammed full of Edd Hurt’s detailed liner notes that document not only the making of Mock Up, but also the Bloomington, Indiana scene of the 1970's.
Jan. 27 street date. Before she was voicing Disney films and performing alongside Linda Ronstadt and Andy Gibb in the Pirates of Penzance, Caroline Peyton cut two beautiful jazz-folk LPs. Both were issued in limited quantities to near-universal shoulder
shrugs. Sure, Rolling Stone called Intuiton a "near state of the art album by a pop female vocalist", but that was hardly a
ringing endorsement for the ravenous record buying public of 1977. Following compilation appearances on Ubiquity’s "Gilles
Peterson Digs America" and Numero's "Ladies From The Canyon", Numero's sub-label Asterisk finally gives Caroline Peyton her due by re-mastering and expanding these seminal albums. This edition of "Intuiton" has been expanded to 17 tracks from the original 10 track release, including two studio outtakes and five demos recorded for Arista. The booklet features a dozen candid
photos from the period and Edd Hurt’s account of Caroline's final days as an outsider folk goddess.