Smoke Ring Days
Things Are Gonna Get Better
The Distance Between Us
Peace in My Soul
Smoke Rings Days first formed in 1993, the product of the re-pairing of musicians Rick Eppedio and Cindy Keyser-Posner, who had worked together previously as Barbarian Lovers and also members of SpiceHouse.
Desiring to update the synth-based sound they had pioneered with the Barbs, and anxious to explore a more guitar-driven and socio-politically-oriented genre of music, the band put out ‘The Healing Time’ in 1994, an album which was comprised of a dozen new tracks, ranging stylistically from alt-country/Americana to folk-rock to modern blues. Venturing out to play live, both as a duo and with the addition of various musicians and friends, the band - which has been compared by critics to acts ranging from Fleetwood Mac to Pretenders to REM - was a regular part of New York City’s Greenwich Village music scene during the mid-to-late 1990s and up until today. Their song Black Cow Blues can be heard in the Sauza Blue "Make it With a Cowboy" tequila commercial, as well as a variety of other tracks found in various TV shows and commercials. They continue to write and record a wide variety of new music, much of it available here.