Quilt’s discography feels like an extension of decades’ worth of psychedelic folk music, and back in June the Boston combo made that connection explicit by backing California folkie F.J. McMahon at a full-length performance of his only album, 1969’s Spirit Of The Golden Juice. Now Quilt have recorded their own version of the album as part of Turntable Kitchen’s Sounds Delicious series, the same program that brought us Ben Gibbard reinterpreting Teenage Fanclub’s Bandwagonesque and Yumi Zouma transforming Oasis’ (What’s The Story) Morning Glory. The recording is out 9/1, but today they’re giving us an early taste of “Black Night Woman.” Listen below.
Spirit Of The Golden Juice is out 9/1 via Turntable Kitchen. Pre-order it by subscribing to the Sounds Delicious series here.