Track List

Introduction: There’s a Record Being Made

Feel Good

Pretty Boy




We Can’t Go Back Again

The Well (feat. Bob Weir)

Taste of One

Mama’s Love


Feel It in the Air

Interlude: Transistor


Interlude: Baby from the Forest of Knolls

Life in Your Hands (feat. Taj Mahal)


As the Rain (feat. Peter Coyote)

Interlude: Daydreamin’ (feat. Taj Mahal)

On the Road

Pepper in the Pot (feat. Buffy Sainte-Marie)

Interlude: Breath

Indian Summer

Grandma’s Hands

Medley (The Hermit / The Flame Still Burns / Gold and Green / Living in the Country)

Outroduction: It’s Always Safe…


Ace Of Cups - Ace of Cups (LP)
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Record Label: High Moon Records

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Release Date: 11/23/18
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Ace Of Cups, the beloved all-women rock group from the late 60s Haight-Ashbury psychedelic scene, will release their self-titled, debut studio album on November 9th via High Moon Records. Produced by Dan Shea (Santana, Jennifer Lopez), this album includes both newly recorded songs written between 1965 and 1969 and new originals written over the past decade. The record features contributions from friends like Bob Weir (Grateful Dead), Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna), Taj Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and many more. During their original run from 1967 to 1972, Ace of Cups - Mary Gannon (bass), Marla Hunt (organ, piano), Denise Kaufman (guitar, harmonica), Mary Ellen Simpson (guitar), and Diane Vitalich (drums) - wrote and sang together as one of the area's first all-women bands, and they were known throughout the Bay Area for their instrumental mastery and social commentary-driven rock n roll; Jimi Hendrix even gave them a shout out in Melody Maker after they opened for him at Golden Gate Park. The band never officially recorded any music, and their only release was a 2003 compilation of informal recordings. Ace Of Cups is the first proper showcase of the band's freewheeling spirit that blends multi-colored rock with elements of roots and folk. Learn more about Ace of Cups in this award-winning KQED piece, which has garnered almost 5 million views on social media: