Available now, for the first time, Go Find The Moon: The Audition Tape includes “And When I Die,” as well as songs she never officially released, and versions of classics, delivered with Laura Nyro’s deft and distinctive touch.

In the summer of 1966, an 18-year-old Laura Nyro had the chance to audition for Milt Okun, one of the most respected music producers of the day, and Artie Mogull, a noted A&R man. After the session, Mogull became her manager, and Okun signed on to produce her debut record, More Than Just A Discovery. Go Find The Moon: The Audition Tape is the beginning of the future Rock and Roll and Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee. It was natural. It was organic. It was Laura Nyro. Available now, for the first time, it includes “And When I Die,” as well as songs she never officially released, and versions of classics, delivered with Nyro’s deft and distinctive touch.

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