The Righteous Mothers

June 2, 2020
The Righteous Mothers

RELEASED
1983

FROM THE BAND

In the theatre, an “angel” is someone who funds the show.  Our Angel, Bert Witt, in 1983 propelled us into a bigtime recording studio years before we thought we’d get there. We’d been writing and singing our very idiosyncratic original songs to enthusiastic Puget Sound audiences for a couple of years; then we had to learn to take them apart and put them back together on multi-track tape.  We will always be grateful to Bert, our other investors, Julian Smedley, and Terry Date for getting us onto vinyl for the first time.

(This album is only available by download and streaming on BANDCAMP.com)

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SONGS

Common Woman
Big Budget Blues
Bangor
Take the Credit
You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’
The Risk
Riding Out to Richmond
Precipice
Sabi
Sister
Stay in Your Place or Mine
The Bluest Skies
Satyagraha