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New album out on Vinyl and CD:
TWANG-UCOPOIA (Balanced Diet) by New Copasetics
Order HERE at Globe Records
Or pick up a copy from the band at an upcoming gig
or at Amoeba Music, San Francisco, or Last Record Store, Santa Rosa, CA
or iTunes & Apple Music ... or on Amazon ... or Spotify


We have a single out... a west coast roots-rockization,
"Love Isn't The Same Without You"
, one of the originals
from the new Twang-ucopia album... Only 99¢!
Get it on iTunes & Apple Music ... or on Amazon ... or Spotify

Or check out the previous single, "Old Weakness", sung by Dallis ...
Get it on iTunes & Apple Music ... or on Amazon ... or Spotify


New Copasetics deliver "Semi-acoustic, Back Porch Americana & Tropicana:" Roots Rock, Twang, American Roots and a little R&B plus a side of Cuban & Hawai'ian ... on real instruments, telecaster guitar, steel guitar, acoustic string bass, acoustic piano, acoustic guitar and drums.

The Twang-ucopoia (Balanced Diet) album is the debut release of New Copasetics. This project has been developing for several years, with a few personnel changes and honing of the musical directions, and is now ripe for release. This recording was done live in a Big Pink-style living room session, with minimal overdubbing highlighting the band's Roots Rock, Americana, Rhythm and Blues & Western Swing influences. (more below)

"New Copasetics cook up a balanced diet of roots rock on this dance-friendly debut featuring some of my favorite musicians - Tim Eschliman on bass and vocals; keyboardist-singer Dallis Craft; electric guitarist Sean Allen; and drummer Kevin Hayes. With 14 tracks of tasteful covers and tuneful originals, this album is one of my favorites of 2019."
- Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal

"...this is roots Americana of a high order... there's plenty of good stuff in such genres as soul, rockabilly, country and get this, 1970s English pub rock... Twang-Ucopia is very much a bunch of mates having a good time knocking out their set live in the studio with minimal overdubs..."
- David Osler, Blues Matters Mag.

"... a healthy dose of Americana, soul and roots music in a melting pot of sound... the four-piece outfit specializes in male-female vocal harmonies sung over roots-rock rhythms.... recorded live in studio, and the result is an immediately catchy, often upbeat and sometimes even sublime mix of both originals and selected covers."
- Charlie Swanson, Bohemian Magazine

This is a damn good album...out of 14 cuts, there is not one bad song. [Eschliman] wrote 3 of the songs & co-wrote another with fellow Copmmander Cody alumnus Austin DeLone, and I'm sure Delbert McClinton would enjoy the New Copasetics version of "Old Weakness."
- Long John, Laytonville (Kay Fat Radio, KPHT)

"Got some Stephen Bruton in you! ...really like your originals. Good album! Kudos!"
- John Allen Burtner, winemaker (TexSon/Tejano, Meeker), California Culinary Academy A.A., Former Bar Manager at Armadillo World HQ, Austin, TX

"AWESOME CD AND I'M ONLY ON SONG 8!!!!!"
- Ed Shulz, I.A.T.S.E Local 16 (sound crew / stage hand Union) Hardly Strictly Bluegrass crew

"...just jaw-dropping, gob-smacking, get-every-blood cell-dancing amazing!!!!"
- Kathryn Page, FASD Consultant, PhD

"It all sounds great .... Crazy fierce guitar!"
- Susan Scholz Hammel, Lead Vocalist, Wheatfield, the Hamdogs

"Roots rockabilly from a wily crew with a load of credits ... Whether kicking it out on originals or covers, they understand the genre and the groove and deliver accordingly and appropriately."
- Midwest Record Recap

"Album sounds great. Nice Job!"
- Mike Emerson, keyboardist for Tommy Castro & New Copasetics alumnus



New Copasetics quartet
New Copasetics quartet


Hear some samples!

The music ranges from originals to their own take on select material from great artists such as Rockpile (Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds), Ry Cooder, Delbert McClinton, Gary Nicholson, Little Feat, Don Covay, The Simms Twins, Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen, Manual Galban and L. D. Armstrong.

The New Copasetics players have ridiculous credits: Tim Eschliman (acoustic string bass, vocals, worked with Etta James, Commander Cody & His Western Airmen, Jesse Colin Young, The Christmas Jug Band, played on the Grammy-nominated Garden Of Joy album by Maria Muldaur), Sean Allen (electric guitar, lap steel, vocals, worked with Carlene Carter, Commander Cody & His Western Airmen, Tommy Thomsen, member of Western Swing Hall Of Fame), Dallis Craft (piano, vocals, worked with Bruce Willis, K.T. Oslin,), and Kevin Hayes (drums, worked with Robert Cray, Bonnie Hayes).

Additional players: Mike Emerson (piano, Tommy Castro Band), Bowen Brown (drums, John Lee Hooker, Tommy Castro Band), Gailene Elliott (guitar & vocals, George Porter's Runnin' Partners)

Produced by Tim Eschliman. Recorded in a live Big Pink-style in the living room studios of Global Mobile at Global Mobile, Napa County with minimal overdubbing. Engineered by Tim Eschliman and Ed "Skip" Sitkin.

Mastered for Vinyl and CD by George Horn and Anne-Marie Suenram at George Horn Mastering, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA

Photos by Kevin Frazier, Jerry Horn, Ed Sitkin, Meadowgate Media & Scott Hales



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