The 1st, eponymous record from Michael Yanoska was released on the Epic label on 1969 and has remained out-of-print since that initial edition. It's a fine record of period folk-rock with some nice melodies played well and pleasing (if not ground-breaking) lyrics sung with conviction and, at times, good humor.
Yanoska had previously recorded an lp as part of the Towne Hall Trio and has released a number of other records since the mid-90s. You can get his newest release from CD Baby here.
Here's the tracklist for this one:
2.23 Years and Back
3.Somethin' I Can't Explain
4.California Sundown Queen
6.To the Castle of Lord Tim
7.Don't Say Goodbye
9.Go Down East
10.Today I Wrote a Song
Listen to this record here.
IN OTHER BLOG-RELATED NEWS:
For those of you who don't read through the comments...
John Campos, St. George from St. George & Tana, has posted some of his newer musical compositions on Youtube accompanying some bike racing footage.
Sundazed Records has released the first, previously unissued record from Smokey & His Sister--an excellent set of songs as good as the one posted here.
Stay tuned for at least 1 (maybe 2) new posts in January--next up is John Wood's Turn of the Century record released on Ranwood Records.