Ace of Cups Debut Studio Album
The first official release by the only all-female rock band of the late ‘60s San Francisco features contributions from Bob Weir, Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady,Taj Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and many more.

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Boy, What'll You Do Then
(
Denise Kaufman)
Before the Ace of Cups, there was this! Read the story on how this rare single sold for $10,000 on eBay! Note: it's been reissued at a much more reasonable price!

It's Bad for You, But Buy It!
The cups never recorded a studio album, but this archival collection of songs was compiled in 2003 from live performances.


“The Well” featuring Bob Weir

The second single from the Ace of Cups’ album, “The Well” features a special guest appearance from the group’s old friend Bob Weir. The track pairs Weir’s earnest lead vocals with full harmonies and instrumentation from the Ace of Cups quartet, and includes a lilting guitar solo from Weir and his vintage Gretsch.


"Basic Human Needs"
 Wavy Gravy featuring the Ace of Cups 

Wavy Gravy's song "Basic Human Needs" is on our upcoming album but we released it early to honor Wavy’s 80th birthday and Seva Foundation's sight saving work. Our producer, Dan Shea, created this awesome track after Wavy sang and played it  in the studio with only his ektar. We brought in four wonderful gospel singers to share the background vocals with us and uplift Wavy’s heartfelt singing. Filmmaker Jesse Block created this video of Wavy's legacy of service to those in need around the world.


"Stones" (1968)

Extremely rare footage of the Ace of Cups performing the song "Stones," live. From the documentary film, Revolution

 

"Music" (1968)

A psychedelic music video captures the girls performing, from the documentary 'West Pole.'

"Simplicity" (1968)

From the documentary 'West Pole', watch Denise and the Cups perform the tune 'Simplicity'.