The New Dawn ‎– There's A New Dawn

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Hoot Records ‎– GR-70-4569
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A1 (There's A) New Dawn
Lead Vocals – Bill GartnerWritten-By – B. Gartner*
4:19
A2 I See A Day
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:37
A3 It's Time
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyRecorder – Bill GartnerWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
2:43
A4 It's Raining
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:15
A5 Hear Me Cryin'
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:30
A6 Dark Thoughts
Lead Vocals – Bill GartnerWritten-By – B. Gartner*, L. Davis*
2:58
B1 Proud Man
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:19
B2 Billy Come Lately
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:20
B3 We'll Fall In Love
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:36
B4 You
Lead Vocals – Dan BazzyWritten-By – D. Bazzy*
3:13
B5 Last Morning
Lead Vocals – Bill GartnerWritten-By – B. Gartner*
3:40
B6 Life Goes On
Lead Vocals – Bill GartnerWritten-By – B. Gartner*
4:14

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Notes

Private pressing released in 1970.
The back cover only has the original band members first names, the last names are not mentioned.

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JPR97 The New Dawn There's A New Dawn(CD, Album, RE, RM) Jackpot Records (3) JPR97 US 2009 Sell This Version
JPR021 The New Dawn There's A New Dawn(LP, Album, RE) Jackpot Records (3) JPR021 US 2012 Sell This Version
AK 152 New Dawn* There's A New Dawn(CD, Album, RE) Akarma AK 152 Italy 2001 Sell This Version
JPR021 The New Dawn There's A New Dawn(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu) Jackpot Records (3) JPR021 US 2016 Sell This Version
AK 152 New Dawn* There's A New Dawn(LP, Album, RE) Akarma AK 152 Italy 2001 Sell This Version

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albersalam

albersalam

December 4, 2019
Any input about sound quality of jackpot reissues? Thank you
Skambankaren

Skambankaren

July 17, 2019
edited 6 months ago
Apart from the track Dark thoughts i find it very boring and uninspired.
winchrecords

winchrecords

June 11, 2019
Sort of a NW garage version of the Byrds, Love or the Moody Blues...to be fair, Moody Blues at their very best...if you like both Simon & Garfunkel and Iron Butterfly this might be your bag...the fuzz guitar and sound FX helping make it appealing to fans of psychedelic...rain-soaked sadness so much a part of the Pacific Northwest, sad-faced without getting too depressing...jangly for a few cuts coming somewhere between "Solitary Man" and "Season of the Witch" and other songs at the edge of my mind...but mostly drenched in organ, thick as a rain-soaked blanket over the shoulder of a wandering soul who looks homeward but knows he can never go there, looks at the pretty girl but knows he'll never know her, looks at the hill on the house but knows he could never live there, traipsing out of the 1960s without a place to go, hoping someday a label like Jackpot will take notice and reissue his songs of melancholy...some may see this as why Sabbath and the Stooges had to happen....while fans of psychedelic will likely find this essential listening.
gypsytrypz

gypsytrypz

November 3, 2018
Strange how the reissue on CD adds 3 songs found laying around, added a recent live track, but don't bother to add the rare 45 for a complete release....
westoftheskies

westoftheskies

January 16, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
There is a very convincing repro of the original that is mentioned neither in any internet source nor in the Acid Archives. It was obviously done to be sold to unsuspecting buyers as an original. I do not own it but I held it in my hands some time ago. By close inspection, it can be identified by a cut (not cut-out!) or scratch on the front that was copied from the original cover. Beware!!!
dfbmx92

dfbmx92

December 14, 2014
good album laid back hippy shit