Release Date:12/02/2014;Notes:All-analogue pressing, cut directly from the original master tapes. Licensed from Ray Pierle with his full cooperation ...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:12/02/2014;Notes:All-analogue pressing, cut directly from the original master tapes. Licensed from Ray Pierle with his full cooperation and support. Updated liner notes and exactly-transcribed lyrics. One of the "holy grails" of Indianapolis private-pressdom (surpassed only by Zerfas and Anonymous) available again in it's original format! Ray "McKay" Pierle and his musically-adept brothers and friends partied, jammed and partied some more on Indy's south side throughout the mid-70's, forming a band (Loos) which managed to garner zero media attention at the time. However, Ray's trusty Teac four-track was always close at hand and countless hours of home recordings were induced onto magnetic tape, as well as a few songs laid down at a local studio. After a brief hiatus, the core members reconvened as McKay, and created their sole document, the 300-press "Into You" album (1978) the LP was given to friends and family and consigned in nearby record shoppes. A mere 15 years had to pass before the collecting world discovered the highly-personal songwriting, tight playing, and not-so-well-hidden West-Coast stylistic touches. A vinyl reissue was locally produced back then but it's long gone, so here's a new all analogue, master tape edition for a new generation to savor.;Track List:1. Know That I'm Not Alone;2. Old Hill;3. At My Home;4. This Road;5. Looking for a Way Out;6. Eleanor;7. Roll on Life;8. On He Goes;9. Lullaby (Into You);10. The Wind
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