So I recovered 7 of the supposed 16 tapes I made in the 1990s. Thanks John Fenn. The first one I listened to pretty much sucked but the next 2 were surprisingly nice. Funny to be a listener to your own stuff and know it, but not know it.
I know I have a box with all the masters somewhere. Somewhere.
this was actually a cd, my cd, that diana froley put out on her serious records in the ’90s. thanks diana.
i went to the burger-donut shop next to us in emeryville and bought a maple donut and asked for extra sprinkles and i made this. i am sure that donut shop is now generic condos or something.
today i finished an album for vinyl. so that’s exciting.
Some albums I had pulled out for listening fun. Or just staring at album art…
You can look up Lisa online. She performs at Senior Centers with her daughter. Bill is dead. They really look like they stepped out of Star Trek c. 1967
… they can barely be listened to.
I found this in a cache of similar stuff in the Bay Area, but thought I had got it in Minnesota, which would make more sense. It’s refreshing. Salvation Army sponsored
Today is my favorite, Al is always odd guy out. Squinter
I always liked the haughtiness of TSOL. Or that they seemed to have so much pretense. Silly, Fun.
I liked it.
One of my favorites. I’M NOT A ROBOT EITHER!
Its a kind of sophistication.
Amazing. True Jersey types in some way, total studio singers, purely non-skaters. California Twist? Yeah right
Kind of amusing how soft it is. I thought it might be the house band for Radio Shack.
Kinda pretentious pop moog but a nice listening album
Parallel Lines cover. One of my favorite top 40 albums, along with the Cars
I imagine them posed in their pink leather suits for hours to get this photo right, before digital editing, the frozen expressions, the perfect spacing, the slight forward lean. I hate the music.
Hilarious 60s cover. Psycho horn player. Why does it remind of Suicidal Tendencies
I always found this cover intense
One of my first thrift store finds ever. like from the 80s
An amazing cover. They rock like neanderthals
Such an amazing record.
I found old music files from the 1990s. The back cover of the CD from Serious Records, the super goofy pictures I took for it, and my very last cassette tape song list, which was #16. I wish I could find that, along with the other #15 cassettes.