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Paul Kotheimer - What I've Learned So Far... Home Demos 1987-1997 Download

Paul Kotheimer - What I've Learned So Far... Home Demos 1987-1997 Download

  • Performer: Paul Kotheimer
  • Genre: Rock / World
  • Title: What I've Learned So Far... Home Demos 1987-1997
  • Released: 1997
  • Label: The Hand-Made Record Label
  • Catalog: hmcd003
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2709 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2919 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 895

Tracklist

1Don't Call Me (R)
Mixed By – Joe Futrelle
2She's My Rock'n'Roll
3Ghost-Town Youths
Drums, Bass, Backing Vocals, Engineer, Mixed By – Joe Futrelle
4Don't Call Me
Mastered By – Jon Schoenoff
5Dog Heaven
Written-By – Andy Gricevich, Dolores Kotheimer
6Noah's Pub
Bass Guitar, Chorus Master – Andy Gricevich
7Old Car Blues
Engineer, Mastered By – Jon SchoenoffMixed By – Santanu
8Day Job
Mixed By, Mastered By – Adam Cain
9Truly Happy
10Alligator Fishing
Accordion – Rick BurkhardtBass Guitar – Andy GricevichEngineer – Adam CainMastered By – Jon Pines
11Typewriter
Backing Vocals – Dan Kotheimer, Mark Kotheimer
12The Two Women
13She's Aloft
14Stay Put, John
15Fluorescent Pink Mustang
16On The Square
17Jump That Train, Boy
18The Drivin' Song
19Wanderlust
Engineer – Adam CainMastered By – Jon Pines
20Chasing My Bad Karma Out Of Town
21Life @ 26
22The Jukebox
23You Can't Fool Me

Credits

  • Edited By, Sequenced By, Remastered ByJon Schoenoff
  • Photography ByShaheen Shorish

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Hand-Made Record Label
  • Recorded At – Channing-Murray Foundation
  • Recorded At – Penguin Studios, Urbana, Illinois
  • Mastered At – Private Studios

Album

You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our Helprace page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Submit Corrections. Paul Kotheimer. What I've Learned So Demos 1987-1997. Home Grown Roses. 7 listeners. 1 Sep 2004 14 tracks. What i've learned so far. home demos 1987-1997. 1 listener. 1997 22 tracks. Play album. The original plan was this two-volume demo anthology spanning the earliest 10 years of Paul Kotheimer's career, of which only a few copies were made in 1997. Here is that 2-volume set, almost in its entirety. In February 1998, a 74-minute CD entitled What I've Learned So Far was released to the world by the hand-made record label. That disc was a compromise. Strange Days, Richard, Manhattan Fragment, and Sputnik Lullabye are omitted from this track list as they soon became part of the SPUTNIK LULLABYE album. Some of these recordings may be making their internet debut after over 20 years in the archive. released October 25, 1997. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Andy Gricevich на маркетплейсе I've Learned so Far - Mamma Freedom. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. This release contains less elements of the trilogy's plot that was developed in the two subsequent albums, opting for a more general feeling of darkness and loneliness. It was released in 2000. Lyricist Reese Roper shows his typical awareness of social issues, albeit with an unusual melancholy. Under Bridges samples clips from the Apollo 8 Genesis reading and tackles homelessness. Album 2019 10 Songs. It's been such an incredible journey so far, and I'm thankful for each one of that' Beatles Revelatory White Album Demos: A Complete Guide. We delve deep into the 1968 home recordings that planted the seeds for the bands classic self-titled double LP. Jordan Runtagh. Though the track stands out as one of the few Esher demos the Beatles never recorded as a unit it would surface on Harrisons 1982 solo album Gone Troppo, its difficult to ignore the fact that it is an exceptionally dreary affair. On the surface his lyrics are a defense of the increasingly far-out counterculture mentality, but they hint strongly at his own feelings of persecution within the band