Weird mix of avant jazz and british ballads. Chris Campau and Dave Leskovsky star. ( 1974)
Each July for the last several years, Dan Susnara, flies out from Chicago to record a few songs with Southern California musician, Micky Saunders. They never fail to deliver something catchy, albeit odd, in their collaborations together. These songs were done between 1998 and 2001.
Over a bed of turntable collage, Campau, Robin O’Brien and John Hayden improvise on various instruments in a somewhat quiet vein during the 21 minute playing time. Yes, even the kitchen sink. ( 2004)
Aku improvised a series of short vignettes that were strung together into a 26 minute suite recorded in Santa Rosa CA by Don Campau who also added some minor instrumentation and did the original cover art work.
Each CD comes with original, one of a kind art. ( 2017 ). There is also a link to free download ( 320 files) below.
One long noise guitar drone statement with dynamic breaks all played by Aku with post production by Don. In the realm of Sunn O))) or Earth but without the doominess. Produced in December 2012.
Released in 2009, this disc has shorter tracks than the Cds that followed by Leach emphasizing percussion and vocal inspired song elements.
First collaboration between these long time friends and home tapers. Campau’s roughed up guitar and punky vocals meet Carmen’s pop sensibilities.6 song EP ( 2004)
The first songs on Don’s own 4 track vary from punky pop to acoustic guitar studies to dub stylings with Greg Gray. Includes the Campau classic “Two Minutes” and many others. ( 1981)
A 12 song variety show of african/ethnic style rhythms and vocals with kookery, humor and idyllic elegance. From 2009.
Re-issue of this 80s double cassette classic now on one CDR. One of Litter’s best.
Rather like the Portsmouth Sinfonia playing TV themes. Also some hilarious Dave Leskovsky talking. ( 1974)
14 song rhythm rock collaboration featuring Achim Treu, Aku Tardiff, Dan Susnara, Joe Menichetti and others. Runs the gamut from drum ‘n bass to garage rock. ( 2001)
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Except for the classic title track, mainly instrumental texture rock with casio sounds. ( 1986)
Mock Tunisian, avant jazz, ensemble compositions, Lorenzo Milam speaks and sings. ( 1974)
Saxophone, guitars, percussion workouts, Geoff’s satiric poetry and lampooning, avant shortwave improvs, chamber jams. ( 1972)
Remastered edition of home pop music from the original 1991 cassette ( 2008)
This CD of Chris Campau was compiled after Chris’ untimely death at the age of 56 at his home in Denmark. I gave this out to all of his friends and family at the special ceremony we held at my house in December 2013.
Double CD release from Santa Cruz artist Aku Tardiff and Don Campau. CD one features two extended works for multi instrumental improvisation and CD two includes jam sessions and a few proper songs. Released in 2012.
Suburban blues to Don’s Dad and the usual array of strange and socially unaceptable behavior committed to open reel tape ( 1972)
guitar, moog and loops from Tape Germ.com artists remixed into two extended works. ( 2008)
3 extended electronic improvisations recorded in Northern California on 13 August 2015 in Crystal’s studio.
crystal awareness: electronics, synths, mixing, production
don campau: electric guitar, electronics, moog, various instruments
arzathon: pre-recorded backing tracks on “frame relay”
CDR comes in handmade cover with special metallic paper. Includes handmade bookmarks while they last.
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2 extended tracks of moog, ocean and mystery sounds environments. Handmade cover. ( 2009)
9 tracks of instrumental guitar rock recorded in 2009-2010. ( 2010)
Recorded during sessions for Dino’s “50” double album, these 20 short songs give an inside look at his process and development when recording an album. Not really “outtakes” by other people’s standards but for various reasons did not make the cut for his powerful and personal “50” album.
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Dino DiMuro “Dino’s 50” long awaited professionally manufactured double CD with full color gatefold cover. This is stripped down Dino rock with nods to Beefheart, The Minutemen and even McCartney.
8 song rock collaboration with hints of musical theater ( 2003)
2013 release by Robin offered on download by the Luxotone label.
NOW AVAILABLE AS A HARD COPY CD! Limited supplies so hurry if you want this landmark album. Full color, professionally manufactured CD.
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This full length album comes with full color downloadable pdf booklet by New York artist, Velveeta Heartbreak and features musical contributions by Kevin Salem, Jocelyne Lanois, Chris Harford, Marcus Giamatti, Anthony Presti, Nikos Eliot and George Reisch ( also producer).
Robin says” I feel a joyful, personal connection to this album”, and, “Collaborations with old friends mean everything”.
This album has some of the toughest rock material Robin has ever recorded in addition to various other styles sculpted by producer George Reisch and is a triumph of powerful songwriting and execution ( my words…Don Campau).
An energized return to Campau’s punky roots, this CDR slams down 9 rock songs, mainly in the hard, fast and short vein. 24 minutes. ( 2008)
In this satiric opera suite, Campau assumes the role of your new life coach helping you to manifest your true potential…as long as you pay him. This album includes free improvisation, ambient, computer funk, dub, Mantovani and lounge influences.
Guest appearances by Robin O’Brien ( supporting vocals) and Arzathon ( backing dub tracks on #6) with full lyric sheet and handmade cover on special paper.
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2015 release from Santa Rosa, California home recording musician, Don Campau. 13 songs produced from 2013-2015. Campau is joined here and there by musical friends Greg Gray ( Santa Cruz ), Al Perry ( Tucson ), Skot Stickler ( Australia ), Agustin Criollo ( Puerto Rico ), Alain Neffe and Nadine Bal ( Belgium).
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13 new songs with international collaborators Greg Gray, Russ Stedman, Al Perry, Ken Clinger, Robin O’Brien, Skot Stickler and Bryan Baker.
B sides, outtakes, cover versions, instrumentals, misfits….each cover handmade on imported threaded paper from Thailand.
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2017 double album features rock instrumentals on CD 1 and experimental soundscapes on CD 2. Each CD comes with original, one of a kind art work by Campau. No vocals, all instrumental.
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Released originally on Hal McGee’s Haltapes label on CDR and cassette, this album is now available from Lonely Whistle Music.
This instrumental foray delves generally into the experimental category with guitar as the primary sound source.This album is dedicated to my late brother, Chris Campau, who appears on two tracks.
Thanks to Hal for requesting this and giving me the inspiration.
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Outtakes and alternate tracks . Pretty good selection. ( 1994)
In short: folk country blues rock. ( 1990s)
Manipulations of Tom Furgas playing violin by Campau using tape and electronic effects. Handmade cover. From 2011.
1996-2005 collection from this British group headed up by Mark Ritchie. Laments, forlorn songs of isolation, introspective meandering. Do you like it sad? ( 2007)
11 songs from one of Santa Rosa California’s most original singer/songwriters. On his second album, Andrew delivers acoustic songs that will pierce your soul with personal insight far beyond his years. $7 CDR with full lyric sheet and hand made. ( 2008)
Reworking and remastering her mid 1980s four track material, George Reisch has produced a beautiful 14 song CD for his own Luxotone label in Chicago. This lavish commercial quality CD features many photos and a full color lyric booklet. ( 2008)
Two CD set of unused, left over and outtake tracks released in 2011. Guests include Michael J. Bowman,Greg Gray, Robin O’Brien, Aku Tardiff, Fate Sanders, Mars Dark, Ray Carmen, Ken Clinger, John Wiggins, Chris Phinney and Nikos Eliot.
6 tunes from the whiskey voice of Berlin’s Lord Litter, essential roots/blues/country music. ( 2004)
EP length project from 1980s material remastered by George Reisch. ( 2007)
Guitar meets electronics improvisations from argentina and the usa. ( 2008)
Lonely Whistle does not issue many releases of harsh noise but makes an exception for this Australian artist, Andrew McIntosh. The reason is simple: he forms and uses noise in an intelligent way using dynamics and taste. Yes, some of it is downright brutal…but beautiful.
A classic cassette offering now available as a CDR. 1994.
an EP length CD of beautiful, improvised solos on native american flutes by this inspired and talented young woman. ( 2005)
The “lost” 1997 album is sample heavy with texture rock and occasional vocals. (1997)
Fake Jazz at the Philharmonic riffing, rock jamming, acoustic guitar piece and a religious testamonial sing a long. ( 1972)
A five way mail collab between Bret Hart ( guitars), Pete Zolli ( ( drums). Eric Wallack ( bass), Greg Segal ( guitar and sound processing), and Don Campau ( vocals ,lyrics). This has a live feel and Beefheartian/ Kaiser, prog rock mentality to it. Released 2011.
Instrumental guitar over loops, noise, sound effects explorations. ( 1994)
Greg Gray and Don Campau “Hit And Run” 4 tracks ( 2 short and 2 long) of rock rhythm, autochord keyboard, improv clattering and Greg’s lead guitar. ( 2010)
2 sprawling selections of chaos, noise and trippy sound mixed by Hal McGee. Do not attempt to drive while playing. ( 2003)
The first of this duet’s releases recorded in 1987 features their trademark early music sounding improvisations in extended form. Incredible even now. David Mitros on keyboard, Robin O’Brien on vocals.
15 powerful songs recorded by Robin on a Korg 16 track digital machine ( 2004).
5 track approx 20 minute EP with Tom on trumpet and Don on several guitars simultaneously. ( 2005)
The first release from the collaboration project of Russell leach and Don Campau, this 4 part suite uses environmental and real instrument sounds to create a reflective but invigorating mood. From 2011.
While doing post production work in 2014 on our previous album, “Rooms” Russell Leach and I recorded several pieces expressly for my radio show, “No Pigeonholes EXP” broadcast by KOWS in Northern California.
(listen to this program of experimental music) .We have put these pieces together as CD one on our latest release.
On CD two we recorded a brand new suite in our usual style of free improvisation, beats and odd textures. So, CD 2 is called ‘territory” and became the title of the album as a whole. As usual, we have indexed this album into separate pieces although it is meant to be played as a full piece. Russell generally plays percussion and Don does electronics although we both play a variety of different instruments.
The cover is handmade on fully recycled cardboard and each one has different art work enclosed.
Released on 7-31-13, this is the fourth album by the duo of Russell Leach and Don Campau. Another aural adventure mixing melodies and beats with experimental soundscapes. Avant tribal.
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inside/outside is the duo of Russell Leach and Don Campau from Santa Rosa, California.
We have done four albums before this one with just us two and occasionally singer, Robin O’Brien. For this project we thought it might be interesting to have other improvisers play over some tracks we had specially recorded for each of them. The results were surprising and very eclectic. To finish it off and make it more in the spirit of our previous albums we edited the tracks into one long suite and added some additional recording and mixing effects. The tracks are also individually indexed for easier access to a specific area.
We have also made the original, returned, collaboration tracks available here
So, this is not a “compilation” but a compositional suite. We would like to thank all of the collaborators for their time, talent, understanding and energy in this ambitious project.
Throughout this album Russell played most of the percussion but also plays moog and various other instruments. Don handled the bass, guitar, field recordings, engineering and assorted other things.
Recorded in 2013-4 and produced by Don Campau.
Mastered by Blair Hardman at Zone Recording in Cotati.
Scummy garage rock from two old friends who still know how to rock. Soaring ballads and strong real drums from Greg. ( 2000)
The second volume of Tape Germ mixes features extended tracks of experimental sounds created by the Tape Germ crew and mixed and added to by Campau. ( 2007)
Fake Schoenberg, Pseudo ethnic jamming, long and ridiculous antics
“I feel this may be my best “songs” album…ever.”
Recorded between 2010-2013 this album has moments of hard and punk rock, electronica, jazzy ballads and quirky , personal songs. Solo recordings by Campau and also collaborations with Bryan Baker, Greg Gray, Joe Menichetti, Barry Phillips, Al Scheller, Arzathon, Chris Campau and Robin O’Brien.
Professionally mastered by Blair Hardman at Zone Music in Cotati, CA.
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Gary Campau drum solos, JATP showdowns, free jazz ( 1973)
9 CDs taken from the original tapes of this american underground master of quirky rock. Wonderful melodies, dramatic twists and turns, precise and well considered arrangements. One of the greatest home tapers of the 80s and 90s. Recorded between 1983-2000
14 tracks of beautiful, occasionally challenging thumb piano improvisations from this Portland, Oregon musician. Occasional use of electronic effects separates this from “faux ethnic” collections. This is original music with very personal insight.
Two extended and organic feeling improvisations with overdubs of acoustic, electronic and natural sounds. Handmade cover ( 2010)
Punk rock from 1977-8 from Campau, Greg Gray and Joe Menichetti. Although this group started as a parody it quickly rolled up some classic, in your face, rock blasts. The first few songs were for their audition at the Mabuhay Gardens club in SF and also includes outtakes and live sessions with Alfred Scheller from Germany.
3 experimental forays by Al Margolis from his European tour in 2012. Special transparency cover while supplies last.
Ostinato bass with guitar solo, fucked blues, chinese flute piece, pre-punk rumble. (1974)
Experimental sound mixes: 15 short pieces for collaboration with Zan Hoffman and 3 longer ones featuring special guests Hal McGee and Robin O’Brien. ( 2003)
Long jazz and blues jams featuring a very young Russell Ferrante (The Yellowjackets) and San Jose altoist, Danny Hull. The Roots destroy any idea of continuity as they join in on sax, guitar and the kitchen sink. ( 1972)
6 song EP length rock oriented release featuring Mark Kissinger on the title track. ( 2003)
Groove oriented tunes and 4 avant garde improvs. ( 2004)
A strange mix of water,loops and a Procol Harum tune.The lengthy title cut is the main attraction-blended loop improvs ( 1987)
released on 12-12-12
inside / outside is the project of russell leach and don campau. “migration”, is the third album by this duo. On this album, inside / outside tip their hats to artists such as jade warrior, joe zawinul, and various free improv musicians combining melodic sections with moments of unstructured exploration.This piece is about 32 minutes in length and is intended as one continuous listening experience. However, it has been indexed into thirteen parts for convenience. We hope you enjoy this music.
Both artists are featured on a myriad of acoustic and electronic instruments.
russell leach figures prominently on percussion and is also featured on moog and lap steel.
don campau does the production, tape effects and electric guitar.
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Influences on this instrumental outing from this Puerto Rican musician lean toward Mid period Pink Floyd and Terry Riley. A wonderful semi psych ride with handmade cover. Released in 2012.
A classic featuring Lord Litter, Dino DiMuro and Eric Muhs. ( 1990)
Sampled symphony, experimental synths, minimal improv. ( 2009)
Loaded with percussion but with a delicate improv edge, this CD features a long suite that segues into various moods and atmospheres.
More outtakes, longer jams, casio rock ( 1986)
The final chapter of The Roots recording saga is highlighted by a long improv featuring several pinball machines and raucous banter. Some wild clarinet by Dave Dolphin too. ( 1976)
This early material is still favored by many. One CD is rockish pop and the other is all instrumental double CDR. recorded between 1981-84. ( 1984)
Rock, dub, jazzy and experimental proceedings from Portland producer Hausmann collaborating with Campau.
Two four track tape decks with guitar sounds manipulated and played simultaneously with effects and live mixing. ( 1997)
Numbra is the trio of Eric Hausmann ( Portland ), James Hill ( Richmond, CA ) and Don Campau ( Santa Rosa CA ). “Vol 1 Alloys” is the first release by this group. Mining ambient and experimental territory, Hausmann and Campau create shadowy backing tracks over which James Hill plays his trumpet.
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Originally a split tape featuring Campau solo material and Campau songs done by others including Tim Gilbert,Heather Perkins,Kevyn Dymond,a,o. CDR ( 1988)
3 extended tracks of experimental sounds using loops from Tape Germ.com artists and mixing it with original music from Campau.Special translucent paper while supplies last. ( 2005)
Rock and experimental guitar wanking. ( 1986)
8 solid rock songs with Greg handling the lead guitar and drums. ( 2009) Handmade spray painted cover.
Electro acoustic improvisations by Russell Leach and Don Campau.One extended 33 minute piece indexed for easy location of specific areas. Special cover while supplies last with holographic sticker.
Multi artist collab with 18 tracks -classic personal Campau. With DiMuro, Dymond, NoMuzic, Eric Muhs and more. ( 1988)
A multi artist collaboration dealing with long distance love. With Kevyn Dymond, Robin O’Brien, Joe Newman, John Sosnowski, a.o. ( 1995)
Massive mail collaboration on the theme of “sense of place”. All star lineup includes:Jim Sheeley, MJB, Ken Clinger, Ray Carmen, Dino DiMuro, CR Goff III, Russ Stedman, J Mundok, Amy Denio, Kevyn Dymond, Al Perry, Heather Perkins, Robin O’Brien and R. Stevie Moore.28 song double CDR with handmade cover ( 2005)
This single CD sequel to the massive “Pen Pals 3” features Tim Jones, Eric Wallack, Lord Litter, Nick Bensen, Micky Saunders and others in collaborartion with Don Campau. Handmade cover with special paper. ( 2005)
9 rock songs with collaborators Andrew McIntosh ( australia ), Greg Gray ( california ), Chris Campau ( denmark ) and Cystem (John Sosnowski)Lots of guitar and vocals. 31 minutes
Double CDR mail collab with Dino DiMuro,Ken Clinger,James Hill,Mark Hanley and Campau kids. Campau’s first mail collaboration release. ( 1986)
Best-of collection covering mid 1980s to 1996. 18 Campau classics ( 1999)
2007 collaboration where each artist develops songs from the others sketches.Full length CD Includes smash hit “Why Can’t I Be Suave Like Peter Jennings” and 16 others.
Originally a split tape, this CDR features rock and avant pop songs by Campau and also spotlights the vocal majesty of Robin OBrien. ( 1996)
Free jazz, rawkish jams, a Caribbean mockup, Jim’s Dream Band plays blues, Geoff and Don play swami. ( 1972)
Outtakes and unreleased material ( 1987)
Mr Goff and Mr Campau trade vocals on their first music collaboration, an unusual all covers issue that spotlights such songs as Kooks by David Bowie, The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia by Vicki Lawrence, Sky Pilot by Eric Burdon and The Animals and 7 more. Includes special vinyl wallpaper cover. ( 2004)
double CDR produced by don campau for the cassette culture.net web site features 40 tracks from the heyday of the home taping scene, 1981-1998. many of these tracks were previously unreleased. special gatefold packaging. ( 2007) CD one: kevyn dymond, r. stevie moore, amy denio, russ stedman, dauerfisch, robin o’brien, viscera, al and del, lord litter, dan fioretti, don campau, ken clinger, greg segal, heather perkins, mark hanley, dino dimuro, ray carmen, mjb, silly pillows, bco, earwig spectre, if bwana CD two: jr oliver, tom furgas, j mundok, fork in the blender, we be echo, al perry, kenyata sullivan and kevin campbell, crawling with tarts, the rabbits hat, mental anguish, -ing, garfields birthday, bret hart, dark factory, zanstones, dave fuglewicz, cultural amnesia, mystery hearsay
In 1991 Robin recorded these songs in Greg Frey’s New jersey studio and the results were stunning and this tape ( now a CDR) gained classic status to many that have heard it.
33 minutes of instrumental electronic texture rock with the sumptuous synths of Phinney in Memphis and the guitars of Campau in Northern California. Headphones recommended. ( 2006)
Outtakes, unreleased, compilation and live material from 1996-2009. Features Joe Menichetti, Greg Gray, Paul Erlandson, Robin O’Brien and more. 15 songs. ( 2009)
American experimentalist Tim Reed delivers 5 pieces of frequency manipulation and minimal, creative sound.
Outtakes,alternate versions, a favorite among fans ( 1993)
Solo acoustic guitar improvisations in the spirit of John Fahey and Derek Bailey. ( 2008)
9 song mail collab with mopey rock, weird sounds and folkish quality. ( 2002)
The tumult and travails of Dino’s personal life…and it rocks. (2005)
Released on the Luxotone label, Andrew ( also known as Slopes of Distant Hills on this album), delivers his most mature release yet loaded with memorable tunes arranged and produced by George Reisch. Professionally produced CD. Released in 2011.
Collaboration between Australia’s beat maker and sample artist and Campau has each other trading tracks to create an hallucinogenic and , at times, danceable mix. Handmade cover from 2011.
Spur of the moment piano reflections and improvs by this multi instrumentalist recorded originally in 1991. Think a minimal Jarrett without the grunting.
Low dronings, water, excerpts from Campau experiments mixed together. 2 long tracks with a bit of James Hill on trumpet. ( 1994)
The very first solo guitar album ever from legendary underground icon and Head Ugly Janitor of America, John Trubee shows off his instrumental and compositional skills in a stripped down setting.
Electronic drones and strange sounds arise on this mail collaboration between Campau in California and Siegmar Fricke ( aka Pharmakustik) in Germany. Two 15 minute tracks. ( 2010)
A single 23 minute suite that evolves and morphs with many moods, mainly meditative. Also features the voice of Michelle Dudar and released in 2010.
A tribal, multi meter affair using only hand drums and small percussion, this CD shows off Leach’s talent on percussion.
On May 26, 2015 Russ Stedman ( Sioux Falls, SD ) and Dino DiMuro ( Los Angeles) visited Don Campau in Santa Rosa. We jammed in the garage and recorded the results which Dino later edited and mixed.
This was all recorded live with no overdubs. Russ and Dino wailed on electric guitars while Don pumped out the rhythms and bass with the auto keyboard presets, sang and played some bass and lead guitar as well.
This is available for download only. There will be no hard copies unless someone specifically requests one.
Originally recorded in about 1993 one cassette tape with “Your Little World” on side two this group of 8 songs pleased German label owner Siegfried Grundmann-Neubert enough to put it out on his European label. “Your Little World” remains unreleased however.
Remastered archival recordings from the mid 1980s which sound incredible and fresh now. ( 2009).
Retrospective 18 song collection of solo and collaborative works in the song style.
Collaboration between Memphis area electronic artist Phinney with additional instruments and vocals by Campau. Released in 2006.
Teaming up with producer/ musician George Reisch, Robin issues her first new songs in over seven years. 12 songs, recorded and released on the Luxotone label.
Group improvs, twisted blues, screeching reeds, long rambling jams. 2 X CDR ( 1971)
The second of three releases Robin did with Mitros. Absolutely beautiful voice and keyboard improvisations. 1991.
CDR copy of the bizarre 1971 LP recorded in San Jose, California. Includes Stockhausen-like improvs, militant poetry, piano and group ramblings, harmonica solo and a tender Glenn Yarborough type ballad.
Roots Of Madness co-founder, Geoff Alexander has plenty of Roots info here
9 songs each from these home recording masters. (2000)
The complete recordings of the session most of the LP was taken from. ( 1971)
Released on cassette by the Buna! label in Belgium in 1997, this collection includes songs never released as well as selections from previous albums. Includes the song “Summer” ( one of my favorite Robin songs of all time). (1997)
Dino’s first release on CD features the high quality musicianship and production he is well known for. (1995)
A classic from ’88, casio, vocal duets, and grand sweeping statements made by lo fi means. Includes the hit “Go Mind Your Business”. ( 1988)
The third of three duet collaborations with keyboardist David Mitros. These are sublime live improvisations with extended length on some of the tracks. Highly recommended for those that only know Robin’s solo work. 1993.
Rock and roll missives from Dino’s life. (2005)
Edited to 2 discs by Campau from a trio improvisation set by das, Ninah Pixie and Don Campau. This material was recorded live for das’ ubRadio Salon radio program on 16 June 2010 ( 2010)
Live, in studio, recordings that were later fleshed out and enhanced by Campau. Robin does amazing vocals with improvised lyrics behind backings of guitar, dulcimer, electronic effects and more. ( 2007)
10 songs from this Northern California songwriter that are informed by folk, afrobeat and a quirky personal vision. Produced by Robin O’Brien in 2005. ( 2007)
Vol. 4 of the Tape Germ mixes features 3 extended, experimental tracks. ( 2010)
Jammy, garage rock recorded in 2004 by these long time musical partners. 7 songs approx 28 minutes. ( 2006)
Roots of Madness member Joe Morrow takes up his trombone and leads the ensemble through some insane duck call and horn arrangements and rants over the top with some militant statements. ( 1973)
Long time home taper from Youngstown, Ohio unleashes a masterwork of modern chamber music. Using his computer and compositional skills Tom expands his many ideas into a long form extravaganza. If you enjoy Earle Brown, John Cage, or Karlheinz Stockhausen this may be for you. Headphones recommended to get full stereo field effect.
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Solo piano excursions that are remarkably restrained and subtle.
After a long hiatus Dino came back strong with this excellent CD. ( 2002)
Solo and collaborations,rock style. Features Charles Laurel, Nicole Campau, Nicole Poulin and Hermanos Guzanos ( 1993)
Infectious pop and lite rock from Southern California multi instrumentalist and home taper, Micky Saunders. Her Beatles influences shine through but her unique approach and take makes these songs her own.
Dreamtime Troubadors is the collaboration project of Gypsy ( known now as Arzathon) and Don Campau. Electronica backing tracks with the sung poetry of TS Eliot. Released 2010.
Rougher sounding songs still many cuts above most home tapers. (2003)
Jim Kulczynski leads the boys through some nasty, fuzzy and raunchy blues rock ( 1971 )
Axe grinding, exp ethnic sounds, many instrumentals ( 1985)
13 songs culled from her ambitious song-a-day project called 365.52.12, this CD mainly features instrumentals, miniatures and even one song collab with Campau. Special transparency cover while supplies last. Released in 2012.
Highly personal and intimate home recordings now available on CDR from DAT master. Originally released in 1995.
A freeform, fluxus inspired solo collection. Weird noises and songs. ( 2001)
Outtakes, instrumentals, collab tracks and alternate mixes. Features Robin O’Brien, Dino DiMuro, Ken Clinger, Chris Campau, CR Goff III, R. Stevie Moore and Tommy Auerbach. ( 2005)
All instrumental mail collab with nods to Kaiser/Frith and Cooder/Lindley, this 28 minute CDR features 16 short tracks that act as cues to unwritten or imagined films ( 2003)
28 minute, 3 track mail music collaboration featuring acoustic guitar, environmental sounds, percussion, electronics and more. Argentina meets the USA in a wistful mood. ( 2006)