The new record, just released, is JC SPED, studio recordings of some 4-track Casio recordings made in the 1990s, plus a bunch of newer songs.
O Glee and Mr. Fedora were two cassette albums of songs I produced when I was a graduate student living in San Francisco in the 1990s. They were recorded at Sharkbite Studios in a HUGE warehouse room, me sitting in the middle of the space with a Quebe-made nylon string La Patrie guitar that I rented from Haight Street Music just for the sessions (because I’d traded my own acoustic guitar for an electric). I sold these tapes whenever I played out, and they were also available, at the time, through a distributor called Amatish Music (now defunct). More recently, a recording collective run by Dan Bryk, called Urban Myth Recordings, asked to re-release these two cassette albums as digital downloads. So now they are available in that way.
JC Sped: Affect is a compilation of Casiotone recordings I made on a Fostex 250 cassette 4-Track Recorder (also when a grad student living in San Francisco).
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