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Morning Better Last!

Morning Better Last! is an album by indie rock band Dirty Projectors. It is a compilation of three tapes recorded by Dave Longstreth that were given to friends of his. They were called Nile Yessum/Picknum Deduns/Pickenham Dedonshire, Brother Had A Birthday/Live At Sam's/The Glad Fact Testimonial, and Three Brown Finches/Obscure Wisdom EP/Seven Songs That Owe A Lot To Zep III. These were recorded and distributed in 2001 and 2002. The songs do vary, and no two are exactly alike, unlike the as of then unreleased concept album The Getty Address. In 2003, Morning Better Last! was released by States Rights Records on CD and as a digital download from iTunes.

Track listing

  1. "The Softer Shell" - 4:33
  2. "Brother Had a Birthday" - 1:49
  3. "The Enterprising Catalyst" - 2:15
  4. "Grandfather's Jacket" - 2:06
  5. "After Santa Monica Boulevard" - 1:54
  6. "Ghanabama" - 1:44
    • Called Dahlonegabhama on the insert.
  7. "Further On Down the Strip" - 1:21
  8. "Katydids Calling" - 2:10
  9. "Twenty-Foot Stalks (exit 14)" - 1:34
  10. "We Could Cling" - 2:25
  11. "The Love-Prayer Book" - 0:37
  12. "To Give It Weight (Then He Gave It Cartilage)" - 2:34
  13. "Here Comes The Summer King" - 2:22
  14. "Her Freezing and Thawings" - 3:38
  15. "Hildegarde vs. Beach Boys" - 1:33
  16. "We Two Feared the Storm" - 2:33
  17. "How Does My Mind Work?" - 3:50
  18. "I Am Going to See It" - 2:31
  19. "Fake Folks" - 2:50
  20. "D and The Disordered Sprawl" - 1:44
  21. "Like Once Heated Milk" - 5:04
  22. "O! You Hungering Infants" - 1:21
  23. "Morning Had Better Last!" - 0:59
  24. After Santa Monica Boulevard and Ghanabama were sampled later on the song Tour Along The Potomac on The Getty Address.
  25. Here Comes The Summer King is a faster, more rock-oriented version of the song Three Brown Finches on The Glad Fact.

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