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David E. Williams - Pseudo Erotica And Beyond, 1986-1998 (CD, Comp) - USED

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David E. Williams - Pseudo Erotica And Beyond, 1986-1998 (CD, Comp) - USED

€7.98

Released: 2005
Format: CD, Compilation
Sleeve condition: Near Mint
Media condition: Near Mint

Tracklist:
[] The Original Pseudo Erotica EP
[1] Charlotte's Glass Eye
[2] My God And My Dog
[3] Bad Day Anyway
[4] Gift
[] -
[5] Stillborn (Live)
[6] Last Belch Of The Fish
[7] It Was April
[8] No Fun Anymore
[9] There Is No Mud In Joyville
[10] Soiled Bandages
[11] The Oven
[12] The 23 Definitions Of Love
[13] Portrait Of Doktor Goebbels
[14] The Little Dead Mermaid
[15] Nativity Of Skulls (Live)
[16] Got So Many Women (Live)
[17] Stephanie, I Forgive You
[18] Musket
[19] Wotan Rains On A Plutocrat Parade
[20] Document (June 19, 1993)
[21] Horse Ambulance
[22] Eddie Waitkus
[23] Lost Yellow Mitten

Released in a standard jewel case; includes a 16-page booklet with lyrics.
Track durations do not appear on the release.

The catalog number 'OECD 074' is printed on the disc label, the catalog number 'OECD074' is printed in the booklet.

[Tracks 1 to 4, "[url=/release/293292]The Original Pseudo Erotica EP[/url]"]
The Original Credits to the Red Dog Records Releaase of March 1988:
[...]
Recorded at Filmspace, State College, PA. November 1986
[...]
Photography - Hason Jones
Graphics - Graphics & Design
Red Dog Liaison - Dawn Walnoha
Guy with cool Yamaha device - Ron Amistadi
People with room at the inn - James Eckley, June Foster

[Track 5]
Recorded live at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts
Outdoors, HUB Lawn, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, July 7, 1988

[Track 6 & 7]
Recorded at Sunrise Recording Studio, State College, Pennsylvania, 1987-88(?)

[Track 8]
Recorded at home in State College, Pennsylvania on 4-track cassette recorder, 1987-88(?)
Originally appeared on the vinyl compilation [r=395524] by Orphanage Records and the cassette compilation Thee Midnight Streets by Nuclear Trenchcoated Subway Prophets

[Track 9, 11, 12]
Recorded at home in State College, Pennsylvania on 4-track cassette recorder, 1989

[Track 10]
Recorded at home in South Philadelphia, live to analog (probably), 1989

[Track 13, 14]
Recorded at home in South Philadelphia live to DAT, 1993

[Track 15]
Recorded live at Pompeii Restaurant, Center City Philadelphia, April 2, 1992

[Track 16]
Recorded live on WKDU radio station, Drexel University, Philadelphia, May 17, 1996

[Track 17, 19]
Recorded at Big Sky Audio, Springfield, Pennsylvania, 1996-97-98 (?)

[Track 18]
Recorded at home in South Philadelphia live to DAT, 1998

[Track 20]
Recorded at home in South Philadelphia live to DAT, June 19, 1993

[Track 21, 22]
Recorded at David's parents' house, Pen Argyl, Pennsylvamia, Summer 1989

[Track 22]
Recorded at home in State College, Pennsylvania on 4-track cassette recorder, 1989
Originally appeared on cassette compilation Thee Midnight Streets by Nuclear Trenchcoated Subway Prophets

[Liner notes "The Crippled Lord and Me"]
Jim Knipfel, Brooklyn, 2005

[Liner notes, page 7]
- Jerome Deppe, Baltimore, 2005

[Booklet]
Transferred and Mastered at Big Sky Audio, Springfield, Pennsylvania, by [...] in Spring of 2005.

Front Cover Photo Courtesy of "Mr. Lamia". Back Cover and Tray Card Photos by Jason Jones, c.1987
Centerfold Photo by Cyndi Schattuck, Welcomat newspaper, c. 1994

None of these tracks appears on the full-length David E. Williams CD's released during the same time period: [r=253367] (Ospedale, USA, 1994) and [r=188696] (Cthulhu, Germany, 1996)

© 2005 David E. Williams
David E. Williams, P.O. Box 2422, Philadelphia, PA 19147 USA. www.davidewilliams.com


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