Tag Archives: folk
Canal Song W/Photo Canal Song is from the 2000 CD “Schoolboys Charm”. The title of the CD is taken from an American Analog Set song of the same name. The title to me now seems rather Twee. I’m not even sure what it was meant to imply besides the fact that I listened to American […]
The X was the name of the only good record store in Denton from about the end of ’96 till 2000 or so. It was run by Trinidad Leal who moved to Denton, I believe from Lubbock. I’m not 100% sure it was Lubbock but either way it was some Texas college town. While in […]
Dr. Shivad was written during the month Cavedweller went on tour in support of the Sugary Glue and A Bow of Bees album. It’s a standard country-folk style I had been using for a while. The subject matter involved my poor experience with doctors and insurance companies in conjunction with a job I had at […]
“Badger” originally only available on a 3 song cassingle I passed out at the 1997 Fry Street Fair in Denton, TX. Later that year I stuck it on the “Special Education” full length cassette after receiving many request to play it live. More cryptic lyrics dealing with submission and death. Also I use to read […]
Perfect Whored From 1997 full length cassette titled “Advanced”. Heavy Stereolab, Krautrock, influence begins to rear it’s head.
“Knock On Wood” from the 2001 CD “The Oldest Arm (In 18 Parts)” on Business Deal Records. 06 Knock on Wood
Titled “Whiskey And Gold”. Another one that was released as a limited edition cassingle from 1997. Whiskey and Gold