In Might of 1966, the unknown singer Jack Wooden recorded two songs at Nice Lakes Studio in Sparta, Michigan. These distinctive, otherworldly songs “Born to Wander” and “So Unhappy” could be self-released by Wooden on his personal Lawrence Data imprint in an version of 100 copies. Going nowhere and being rapidly forgotten, it will take Wooden ten years to pay again the $250 he borrowed for your complete endeavor. Quick-forward to the 21st century and the deepest of document collectors are intrinsically moved by the facility behind Wooden’s single, vacillating between Northern Soul, storage, large band and nation music all inside the similar music. An surprising placement in a serious advert marketing campaign for Bacardi Rum was a serious boon for the burgeoning consciousness of those timeless songs.