The Tar Tapes Vo. Mike Keneally. THE TAR TAPES VOL. 1 (Immune Records) released in 1997. WAITING ON WILLIAMS (live soundboard recording by Drop Control of a song subsequently remade for the Mistakes album, recorded at the Bacchanal in San Diego, from Drop Control: Live/Studio 1986-1990, 1989. ALL FOR THE SAKE OF SOUND (4-track home demo with MK on everything, from Life’s A Butter Dream, 1983.
Only for completionists (0%). But whatever you may think of the rest of the album, the whole price of admission is worth it just for the closing track What Happened to the Dogs, a comic sci-fi/fantasy epic with some jaw-dropping licks. BTW, both Tar Tapes collections are out of print, but they can be downloaded from Keneally's Moosemart web site.
Mike Keneally discography. This is the discography for American rock musician Mike Keneally. 1 Primary studio albums. 5 Archival compilations. 7 Compilations featuring Mike Keneally. 8 Frank Zappa recordings with Mike Keneally. 9 Recordings with other artists. companion album to The Universe Will Provide. 1. sampler from The Tar Tapes cassette releases (OOP); now download. 2.
In July 2012, Keneally released Wing Beat Fantastic: Songs written by Mike Keneally & Andy Partridge, a collaborative album consisting primarily of songs co-written with XTC's Andy Partridge during two writing sessions in 2006 & 2008, and of whose band and work Keneally has been a longtime fan (there is a small section of XTC's "Mayor of Simpleton" in the song "Day. of the Cow 2" from his 1992 debut solo album ha. The Tar Tapes, Vol. 1 (1997). 2 (1998).
KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: 128 kbps good, 192 kbps great, 256 kbps awesome and 320 kbps perfect. You Must Be This Tall 2013. Wing Beat Fantastic 2012.
mike keneally & beer for dolphins ~ immigrant song. Mike Keneally plays "Pigtronix Boogie" with Infinity Looper and Pigtronix effects. "Frozen Beef" Unplugged Rehearsal.
The Tar Tapes, Vol. In July 2012, Keneally released "Wing Beat Fantastic: Songs written by Mike Keneally & Andy Partridge", a collaborative album consisting primarily of songs co-written with XTC's Andy Partridge during two writing sessions in 2006 & 2008, and of whose band and work Keneally has been a longtime fan (there is a small section of XTC's "Mayor Of Simpleton" in the song "Day.
I wished in retrospect that I had heard him because it would have been nice to answer on the spot with the only proper response: "he's on the road with Steven Wilson, and why on earth did you expect to see him at a Keneally show, you daft cunt?" Waiting for a cab: 79.