UNUSUAL MUSIC FOR UNUSUAL PEOPLE
30th anniversary archive series #1 and #2
|CAN ANYTHING BE MUSIC?: THE YNGWIE TAPES (1994)||R.E.M. SPEEDWAGON - LED ZEPPELIN V (1994)|
|This project is a condensed version of three hour long cassettes of 4 track mixes under the name "Yngwie Mwowmstein". The first cassette, Chronic, was mixed July 5th 1993, the second cassette, Anything Can Be Music, was mixed February 13th 1994, and the third cassette, Tongue In Cheese was mixed March 18th 1994. A lot of this material appears in different forms scattered across several Trippo Marx albums, but this collection provides a sampling of the initial cassette mixes, plus a few pieces that have been slightly modifed from the initial mix.||R.E.M. Speedwagon began its short life as a collaboration between Mannheim Joint Roller and myself. We had never planned to do any kind of a project or be in a band, we just liked making stupid recordings. Our collection of recordings grew and grew, and eventually wound up including collaborations with his sister. For the most part, this project was about goofing off and having fun.|
|AUDIO Santa Dog | Hallucinating Dobros | Tennis Eyeball | Strangled Calliopes | Lepreux | Water Damage Medley||AUDIO Theme From Led Zeppelin V | Beatnik Hell|
the 30th anniversary hoopla thingamawhatzit
PHAZE 1 | 1989-1994
PHAZE 2 | 1999-2002
The next four Trippo Marx albums Heterodox, The Moon Is English For Luna, Songs For An Imaginary Audience, and Mugwumps In Mukluks will see digital reissues to correct cover art and possibly include remixes and/or bonus tracks.
PHAZE 3 | 2009-2014
PHAZE 4 | 2019-2020 and beyond?
I will FINALLY finish the three unfinished Trippo Marx projects, Low Exposure, Before/After, and The Terrible Ascendance of The Herruberrubberduck, and who knows perhaps others, or some live shows, or I shove my head up my butt and disappear?
project saajex + trippo
WHAT WILL HAPPEN???
Between 1983-1988 when I was in high school & college in Houston, one of my associates was a fellow by the name of Sebastian Saajex Gregory or "Saaj"...we thought he had the coolest name ever...unfortunately, Saaj & I never were able to collaborate on a musical endeavor before I moved away from Houston, which makes the commencement of this project a really cool thing. So far, all we have are lofty ideas and a vague plan...what will happen? Who knows, but whatever it is, it will probably be pretty strange. Check out his stuff here.