Ace Of Cups Return with “Jai Ma!” Announce new album Sing Your Dreams!

Ace of Cups, the pioneering all-women band from the ‘60s San Francisco psychedelic scene, are back with Sing Your Dreams! Pre-order now!

Sing Your Dreams is the stunning new collection of 12 songs and stories and features collaborations with Jackson Browne, Sheila E. and the Escovedo Family, Bakithi Kumalo (whose iconic bass-playing was integral to the sound of Paul Simon’s Graceland), jam-band guitar luminary Steve Kimock, peace activist and counterculture icon Wavy Gravy, Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna), and David Freiberg (Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jefferson Starship).

“Jai Ma” is the lead single from Sing Your Dreams, the second album by the all-female, ‘60s psychedelic-rock pioneers Ace of Cups. With an irresistible transglobal groove and evocative lyrics celebrating the strength of the divine feminine spirit, the song features special guests Sheila E. and the Escovedo Family contributing fiery Latin percussion, Bakithi Kumalo (Paul Simon) on electric bass, and jam-band luminary Steve Kimock laying down shimmering Afropop guitar.

Ace of Cups’ Denise Kaufman explains: “’Jai Ma’ may be translated from Sanskrit as “Victory to the Divine Mother – the energy and power of all creation. May She triumph over all destructive forces within each of us and everywhere in this world.’ This is a song honoring, loving and exalting the Divine Feminine in all Her forms. It’s about taking back patriarchal stories from various traditions which demean the feminine. It’s about raising Her up and celebrating Her, celebrating love, sensuality and the juiciness of life.”

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New Release Out Now! Curt Boettcher & Friends On LP & CD!


High Moon Records is thrilled to announce a new collection of Curt Boettcher‘s long lost singles collected here for the first time, out on LP & CD on October 25, 2019. Looking For The Sun is available for pre-order in the store.

Featuring a mix of 21 songs as dynamically eclectic as they are sonically audacious—all either produced, arranged, or written by revolutionary psychedelic-pop producer Curt Boettcher.

Dangerous Minds premieres the first track, Cindy Malone’s stunning single You Were Near Me, previously unreleased and available now for the first time ever.

As a singer, Malone cut numerous sides for RCA and Capitol in the ’60s which are coveted by record collectors. Malone’s released output appears to have come to an end by 1967, around the time of Boettcher’s recording. Exactly why this stunning effort, assisted by Gary Paxton’s masterful studio crew, never saw release now joins the many other mysteries surrounding the Curt Boettcher catalog.

Best known for his groundbreaking contributions to what later became known as “sunshine pop,” and his hit productions for The Association (Cherish, Along Comes Mary), Curt Boettcher formed the pioneering rock bands The Ballroom and The Millennium, and contributed heavily to classic pop-psych album Sagittarius created and crafted by legendary producer Gary Usher (Beach Boys, Byrds). A Hollywood-based producer and arranger in the Phil Spector mode—whose sessions he actually participated in—Boettcher was innovative in utilizing the studio as an instrument—an approach that made a lasting impression on a young Brian Wilson. In 1966 and ’67, Boettcher spent so much time at Columbia Studios in Hollywood that some began to call CBS “Curt Boettcher Studios.”

Learn more about Curt Boettcher & Friends Looking For The Sun and pre-order the LP & CD in the store.

Ace of Cups on World Cafe & Start Summer Tour

Summer is here and it is time for the Ace of Cups to hit the road!

First stop is the World Cafe. The beloved NPR music show hosted the Ace of Cups for a lively performance and wonderful discussion of their history.

The band’s first tour in over 50 years – and their first ever as headliners – includes opening the 50th Anniversary of the historic Oregon Country Fair, the Kate Wolf Music Festival, the Venice Beach Music Fest, and many more. Tour dates are below. Find ticket info on the Ace Of Cups website.


June 19 • Surrealistic Summer Solstice Jam 3 – Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA
June 26 • Peacetown Summer Concert Series with Nick Gravenites Band – Sebastopol, CA
June 28, 29, 30 • Kate Wolf Music Festival – Black Oak Ranch, CA
July 6 • Shangri-La Music Festival – Weaverville, CA
July 12, 13, 14 • Oregon Country Fair – Eugene, OR
July 18 • Sweetwater Music Hall – Mill Valley CA
July 20 • Venice Beach Music Fest – Venice Beach, CA
August 17 • Benefit For Harmonic Humanity with Jason Mraz – The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA