Daniel Ash – Rare trax compilation – 3rd CD

This is a follow up to my 2 Daniel Ash – Rare trax compilations and unfortunately a little bit more ramshackle than the previous ones due lack of material. I had about 10 leftovers that haven’t found their places on the first 2 CDs and my first intention was to fill the remaining space with Poptone stuff recorded for WFMU radio session and some Daniel Ash songs from an early Love And Rockets rehearsal but it didn’t work well. So I decided to use remixes for filler tracks instead. Some of them are really intriguing as Daniel tends to add extra backing vocals and/or guitars to his remixes. His backing vocals are very obvious in Modern Day Privateers and Young Americans and there is a very Ash-ish guitar bit in I’m Crazy as well, but I’m not sure about the others.  
As for the core tracks, there are few real gems here like 2 versions of The Spider Song by The Exit Girls from ’83. This tracks were recorded at Beck Studios during Bauhaus days. Daniel produced the session and also contributed guitars, his bits later appeared in Tones On Tails songs like Burning Skies, Never Never etc. The Spider Song was released on cassette by Northampton Musicians Collective in ’85, however it was a very low-key release and almost impossible to find a copy now.
Another rare track is called It’s a Dog’s World which is actually an early longer version of Kid 2000 (later appeared on his 3rd self-titled solo album) without spoken-word by Daniel’s nephew.
One song I was pondering about is Demon out. It was floating around the internet about 15 years ago and I’m still not sure if it has anything to do with Daniel. I haven’t found anything about it over the years so any information are welcome.
Please note that Watch Me Burn is just a placeholder here, a little excerpt that will be replaced with the final version when “Love, Ecstasy, Terror” (first solo album by Adam Bravin of She Wants Revenge) comes out.

CD 3

01, The Spider Song 3:44
Exit Girls w/ Daniel Ash, A Nestfull Of Starlings Pt. 31 1983
02, The Spider Song – dub mix 3:47
Exit Girls w/ Daniel Ash, A Nestfull Of Starlings Pt. 31 1983
03, Malediction 3:36
Botanica w/ Daniel Ash, Malediction CD 1999
04, It’s A Dog’s World 4:47
Show Reel licensing sampler CD-R 2001
05, Simultaneous 6:35
Puscifer w/ Daniel Ash, Money $hot 2LP 2015
06, Jealousy 3:35
Demo, remastered and edited 2016
07, Ball of Confusion 6:06
21st Century version, Stripped outtake(?) 2014
08, Malediction 3:35
Bubbleman mix, Botanica w/ Daniel Ash, With All Seven Fingers CD 2002
09, Watch Me Burn 0:14
Excerpt, Adam Bravin w/ Daniel Ash, Love, Ecstasy, Terror
10, Burning Man 6:26
Instrumental, Burning Man 12" 2001
11, Demon Out 5:58
Unknown source (Internet) 2002
12, Nephritis 4:38
Daniel Ash re-mix, Bones Howell - Hair of The Dog limited edition 7" / digital single 2011
13, Modern Day Privateers 3:42
Daniel Ash Thunder Clap Remix w/ additional vocals, bass and guitars, ...And We All Die - Modern Day Privateers digital single 2016
14, I’m Crazy 4:13
PMS-mix, unknown band
15, Razor’s Edge 4:21
Daniel Ash & Magic Crystal Mix, Celebration, Soundcloud 2014
16, Maniera 3:41
Remixed by Daniel Ash, Sukekiyo - Adoratio 2CD/Blu Ray 2017
17, Young Americans 5:09
Daniel Ash re-mix of a David Bowie classic w/ additional vocals, Daniel Ash's MySpace 2009


David J – Tim Newman remixes 2011 – 2017 – 2 CDs

We hooked up with Tim when I had released my David J – Live rarities CDs and he sent me his Pulling Arrows remixes. I was blown away and we discussed about a possible release with David. That never happened (yet) but Tim did lots of David J remixes and collaborations over the years, some of them are already released at David’s Patreon site and his new versions for Feel Like Robert Johnson and Ascension are now available on David’s new Vagabond Songs album. He also contributed to (She’s Got) Chinatown In The Rain In Her Eyes from the LP.
This compilation contains Tim’s takes and remixes of David J songs (except the recent ones)

CD 1
01 – Within Arms Reach 4:11
02 – The Keys To Your Wheels 4:08
03 – The Walking Wounded 3:48
04 – Still Dead 4:41
05 – Told Him Everything 5:02
06 – New Tattoos 5:09
07 – Desoto Bridge 6:03
08 – Eulogy For Jeff Buckley – remix 1 9:41
09 – Eulogy For Jeff Buckley – remix 2 6:29
10 – Little Miss Impeccable – remix 1 5:03
11 – Little Miss Impeccable – remix 2 5:03
12 – Little Miss Impeccable – remix 3. 4:19
13 – Feel Like Robert Johnson At The Three Forks Saloon 5:11
14 – Ascension 5:04

Running time: 01:13:55

Track 01 – 03: 2010/2011. Remixes for Pulling Arrows From Our Heels from Estranged album. We had plans for releasing them on an EP along with David’s original and his KCRW session version and had another plan later for a joint release with Memphis Ghosts remixes as ‘Ghosts And Arrows’ EP. Then David suggested to put it aside for a possible release as a bonus disc with the limited edition 10th year anniversary vinyl re-issue of his Estranged album. Unfortunately it didn’t happen, maybe for the 15th or 20th anniversary…
Track 04 – 07: 2011. Remixes for Memphis Ghosts form Candy On The Cross CD single. Original Memphis Ghosts is a great forgotten gem (with Tony Fitzpatrick’s brilliant poem recited by David) and Tim’s remixes give it justice. Still Dead is my personal favourite of his remixes, bit slower and the most recognizably related to the original. Told Him Everything is a nice transition between Still Dead and New Tattoos which goes more farther from the original while Desoto Bridge is a great dub mix.
Track 08 – 09: 2014. Remixes for Eulogy For Jeff Buckley from Not Long For This World album, “one in a sort of Unkle style, a bit like the main Memphis Ghosts one and another in a neo classical style using lots of strings”.
Track 10 – 12: 2014-2015. Remixes for Little Miss Impeccable from An Eclipse of Ships album.
Track 13: 2015. This is the first mix that released on Patreon (24/07/2015), Vagabond Songs LP contains a slightly different mix. Back in 2014 I did a trade for a rare gem, a licensing sampler/promo CD called Demo selection 2003 that had the incomplete demo version of Robert Johnson. The same incomplete version was streamed on David’s website years ago as part of ‘Trans from the Attic’ series. I loved that track so I asked David about it. He was kind enough to unearth the full demo for me, and also sent it to Tim to work on it. Tim did wonderful work with it, this track is still my favourite on Vagabond Songs.
Track 14: 2015. Tim’s new version for David’s demo that also appeared on Demo selection 2003. Paired with David’s original this new version was released as a b-side of The Day That David Bowie Died 10″ in 2016 and also appeared on Vagabond Songs.

01 – Down In The Tenderloin – master version w/ voices 6:02
02 – Down In The Tenderloin – To The Panhandle 8:11
03 – Down In The Tenderloin – master version – no voices 6:02
04 – (She’s Got) Chinatown In The Rain In Her Eyes – 2015/09/20 mix 5:18
05 – (She’s Got) Chinatown In The Rain In Her Eyes – Rain In Her Eyes 3:45
06 – (She’s Got) Chinatown In The Rain In Her Eyes – Year Of The Monkey 3:36.
07 – Albino Dog – Jeffes At Budapest Airport 6:13
08 – Albino Dog – Main mix – long version 14:32
09 – Gimme Some Truth – TN mix 3:43
10 – A Day In The Life Of The One That Got Away – TN version 6:56
11 – His Majesty The Executioner 7:50

Running time : 01:12:13

Track 01, 03: 2015. Re-recorded versions for Down In The Tenderloin, yet another song from the great Demo selection 2003 CD. Because of tuning issues with David’s original, Tim decided to re-record it completely. Track 03 is an instrumental version while Track 01 has some YouTube samples of a woman being interviewed in the Tenderloin and placeholder vocals by Tim.
Track 02 : 2015. An alternate version / remix for Down In The Tenderloin.
Track 04 : 2015. First longer mix of Chinatown. Different shorter mix appeared later on both Patreon (02/08/2016) and Vagabond Songs.
Track 05 : 2015. Alternate version / remix for Chinatown.
Track 06 : 2015. “Lovely ambient remix by the brilliant Tim Newman.” as David said on Patreon (08/03/2016)
Track 07 : 2016. This track had been recorded as part of Albino Dog sessions with a little input from me. Later it was shortened to half and renamed to ‘Trek to Dransdanubia’ by David. Official release is imminent…
Track 08 : 2016. Full length version of Albino Dog main mix. Shorter version will appear on the upcoming record.
Track 09 : 2016. Tim’s unreleased mix for Gimme Some Truth.
Track 10 : 2017. Tim’s contribution to David’s 60th birthday present CD called Kanreki! Vocals by Sarah Newman. Demo version of this song was released as a bonus track on the 2006 Plain Records reissue of Crocodile Tears album.
Track 11 : 2017. This song just appeared on Patreon (21/08/2017) recently. Piano bits have been transferred from David’s home tapes by me. Additional music by Tim, vocals by David J. You can hear it live on his ongoing Vagabond tour.

Roger Rideout – Dangerous Age

Roger Rideout began playing lead guitar and singing in a local Northampton band ‘Jam’ in 1973 (not to be confused by a Woking outfit fronted by Paul Weller some years later during the burgeoning punk rock movement).
His bandmates were school friends Chris Day (rhythm guitar) and siblings David (bass) and Kevin Haskins (drums). With Day shortly to be replaced by another local lad, guitarist David Stretton, ‘Jam’ began playing the local club and pub circuit and built up a sizeable following.

A change in musical climate however, promoted a change in direction for ‘Jam’ which ultimately led to its demise. The Haskins brothers would initially continue to work together as ‘Grab A Shadow’(with Stretton) before joining forces with guitarist Daniel Ash and vocalist Peter Murphy to create Northampton’s most famous export the glam / goth pioneers BAUHAUS.

Roger’s musical journey took a back seat to some degree whilst he created a very successful furniture business, but he continued when he could so much so that he became sound engineer for Northampton band August Bank Holiday. He also had stints in Ignition and Memory Lane until 1983 when he was approached by midlands band and highly acclaimed Beatles Tribute act Accrington Stanley, whom he is still playing with today.

We (Accrington Stanley) are best known as a Beatles tribute act and me being left handed was perfect as a bass player in a Beatles band!

Roger Rideout

The band have appeared on BBC and ITV television as well as radio playing both their own material and Beatles covers, Roger was invited by an American band and assorted session musicians to play bass and keys on a series of Beatles covers in Abbey Road studios, London, in studio two in fact where The Beatles recorded most of their Abbey Road output. In the late ‘80’s Roger set up his own recording studio, initially a very basic affair but this is now a fully equipped hi-tech studio that he uses to write and record, amongst other projects he has recorded and engineered tracks for Hank Marvin for his Songs From Evita set.

Of late Roger, David Stretton and their original bass player David J (Haskins) were re-united (the first time they had played together in 40 years!) briefly when they played a faithful rendition of The Kinks Lola together at The Clissold Arms (birthplace of The Kinks) in London and most recently Roger and David Stretton have collaborated to record covers of their former bandmate’s (David J) I’ll Be Your Chauffeur and Fingers In The Grease both tracks appear on the just released Kanreki a 60th birthday celebratory album for their original composer.

A lifelong Beatles aficionado, (It was Roger who brought This Boy to ’Jam’ resplendently (with David Stretton) recreating Lennon and McCartney’s trademark harmonies) he recently fulfilled his dream by playing in Liverpool’s prestigious Cavern Club.

With Dangerous Age, Roger has produced the ultimate driving record, an obvious tip of the hat to the 1960’s but with a 21 century twist.

Dangerous Age fuses lush harmonies with rock guitars, swathing keys, subtle Hammond motifs and classy lead hooks. This eleven track album contains all original material, as well as self-producing the record, Roger plays every instrument, sings every lead and every harmony. So open up your heart and as he says on Always On My Mind…let him in.

Dangerous Age is available now from rideout-music.com


© Andrew J Brooksbank May 2017

Dangerous Age

Dangerous Age

To get your copy please send your inquiries to Andrew Brooksbank.


The Happening – 1984

The Happening zine

September: (1st) David displays self-made collages as his contribution to ‘The Happening’ a multi-media event created by Barry Hale and Mitch Jenkins held once again at The Derngate in Northampton as well as playing a set with The Jazz Butcher Group. Kevin Haskins and Daniel Ash contribute proto-Bubblemen wall paintings. David additionally contributes (along with Alan Moore) three pages to the events associated fanzine. Also included with the pages of the zine is a feature written by The Wigmore Society…aka The Jazz Butcher.
David J Timeline (c) Andrew J Brooksbank

‘The Happening’ art magazine was limited to 100 copies, each copy had been numbered individually and came in a large A4 sized envelope. Contributors to the magazine were Alex Novak, Terence Walpole, Barry Hale, Pat Fish, Tim Perkins, Mitch Jenkins, David J and Alan Moore.

  • Alex Novak had 3 promo pages about his band Religious Overdose and Attrition (including a detailed Attrition discography).
  • Terence Walpole had 2 pages with drawings and a poem called ‘In Time All Must Return To The One’
  • Barry Hale had 3 pages including one with title ‘The Doris Day Story’ and another with stills from ‘Jesus Sutcliffe’ – one of a series of 5 second films from CSAWZA
  • Mitch Jenkins had a pages with a photo entitled ‘Homme Fatale’ and series of photos entitled ‘For The Love of Tea’.
  • David J had 3 pages of ‘Sabotaged Sheets’ cuttings / collages.  Some of his ‘Sabotaged Sheets’ were shown recently at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco as part of Wall of Sound exhibition.
  • Alan Moore contributed with 2 pages of an otherwise unavailable piece called ‘An Excerpt From Alan Moore’s America – An Impossibly Rich Celebrity’s Guide’. This piece describes his way back to Kennedy airport on the last day of his American visit.  There was an article published with same title, ‘An Impossibly Rich Celebrity’s Guide’ in Escape Magazine #6 the same year which had just a few lines about the events described here in detail.
  • Tim Perkins contributed one (or two) page(s) to the zine. He also did music score for a thematic Audio6-Visual6 series, one 2 min. video piece entitled “Facade part 7” that had been screened at the event. Score comprised songs like “Sticky Buns from Hell“, “Perverse Chick”, “Death of a Nation” and “Drug store sex”.
  • The Jazz Butcher (Pat Fish) also contributed a 2 pages piece called ‘Soviet Intelligence And The Secrets Of Invisibility – from the current concerns desk of the Wigmore Organisation’. (Thanks to Andrew J Brooksbank for information)
  • The Happening envelope also contains a copy of Time Devours / Stranded In The City 7″ by Trance

It’s pretty interesting to see how  contributors crossed paths after ‘The Happening’ event, see later Emperors of Ice Cream (Alan Moore and Tim Perkins), The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels (Alan Moore, David J, Tim Perkins), Show Pieces (Alan Moore / Mitch Jenkins), recordings of London/Trampling Tokyo (Alan Moore / Pat Fish), various photo sessions for David J / Love And Rockets / The Jazz Butcher  albums by Mitch Jenkins, production of Love and Rockets video ‘ The Haunted Fish Tank’ by Barry Hale etc.

M.C. Nightshade And The Theatre Bizarre Orchestra

Carpe Noctem is available on CD now!

Carpe Noctem

My Carpe Noctem collection

  • Deluxe LP edition (limited to 100 copies)
    • Numbered limited edition print, signed by John Dunivant
    • LP, numbered & signed by David J, John Dunivant and Joshua James
    • Bela Lugosi’s Dead / St. James Infirmary 7″ single
  • Try your luck LP edition (limited to 400 copies)
    • LP, numbered & signed by David J and Joshua James
    • Bela Lugosi’s Dead / St. James Infirmary 7″ single
  • CD – Indiego edition
    • CD album, signed by David J
    • Thank-you card signed by David J
  • Bela Lugosi’s Dead / St. James Infirmary 7″ single
  • Theatre Bizarre 2015 promo card signed by David J
  • Theatre Bizarre 2016 promo card

The Dandelion Set – A Thousand Strands 1975-2015

Glyn Bush (Rockers Hi Fi, The D-Go-Tees) and PK (aka Mr. Liquorice) played together in bands like Carnelian and Stanton Walgrave and wrote music for Alan Moore’s Another Suburban Romance in the ’70s. Now they are together again under the name of The Dandelion Set (also featuring Sam Coppen on clarinet, alto sax and vocals) and their debut album is available to pre-order from Buried Treasure.

The longplayer has tracks from their 2013 EP, some new tunes and never-heard-before music from Another Suburban Romance play. This tracks were recorded from the original sheet music with lyrics provided by Alan Moore who also wrote sleeve notes and featured in ‘Judy Switched Off the TV’.


Live version of ‘Dark Doorway Launderettes’ (aka The Whore’s Poem) from the very first The Dandelion Set gig.



David J – Online tracks compiltion

Here is a list of David J tracks I have collected from (mostly) online sources over the years.

Various rarities

01, Gospel According To Fear – Extended 1983
taken from ‘Bethel’ tape 1983
02, Can’t Get Used to Losing You – demo 1978
taken from Dreams And Desires tape 1984
03, Fear Is A Mans Best Friend – Kingston Poly 1983
audio taken from live video from http://davidjonline.com
04, Falling In Love Again – Missives From The Burning Stage
taken from David J’s Myspace page
05, Straight To Hell – Live 2007
taken from David J’s Myspace page
06, Men Leave (featuring Anthony) WNYU radio (better quality) 2002
taken from David J’s Myspace page
07, Strange Attractor – Sleaze – The Unperceived Image 7″ 2007
taken from David J Myspace page
08, Spalding Gray Can’t Swimm – George Sarah – Who Sleep The Sleep Of Peace CD 2012
taken from David J’s Myspace page 2007
09, Evocations – Extended
taken from Three Myspace page
10, See Saw Sky – Unreleased
taken from Three Myspace page
11, Phantom Quartz – Unreleased – Gem Hall sessions for the Sonic Scenery event
taken from Three Myspace page
12, Being Boring – Very Introspective, Actually: A Tribute To The Pet Shop Boys CD 2001
13, Pilgrims, Martyres And Saints – KXLU 2002
taken from http://davidjonline.com
14, I’ll Be Your Chauffeur – KXLU 2002
taken from http://davidjonline.com
15, My Life In Art – KXLU 2002
taken from http://davidjonline.com
16, Angel David – Jarboe – The Men Album 2005
17, Boulvard Of Broken Dreams – Live 2009
taken from David J’s Myspace page
18, Who Killed Mr Moonlight (with The Upsidedown) – Live on 2004-08-14 at the Ohm in Portland, Oregon
audio taken from live video from http://www.theupsidedown.com
19, The Moog – The Passion of Lovers (with David J)
taken from You Raised A Vampire 7″ 2009
20, Time – Live – The Epicentre, San Diego, CA 2006-04-18
audio taken from live video from http://davidjonline.com
21, The Trees In Silence Sing
taken from http://davidjonline.com
22, Empathy
taken from http://davidjonline.com
23, Journey To The End of Faith
taken from http://davidjonline.com
24, Crocodile Tears And Velvet Cosh – Live – 2001-05-23 – Garage, London, England, UK
audio taken from live video from http://davidjonline.com
25, The Bottle, The Book or The Dollar Bill – David J & The Glossines – The Bottle, The Book or The Dollar Bill 7″
taken from David J’s Myspace page
26, 2000 Light Years From Gold Street – Demo
taken from Dodgem Logic bonus CD – Nation Of Saints – 50 Years Of Northampton Music 2008
27, Girl On Fire – Demo 2007
taken from http://davidjonline.com (www.myspace.com/ediegirlonfire, http://www.edienation.com)
28, Silver For Gold – Demo 2007
taken from Silver For Gold Myspace page
29, Memphis Ghosts – Candy On The Cross B-Side 1992
taken from David J’s Myspace page
30, This Town – Fingers In The Greese Promo 1990
31, Holiday On The Moon – Live – 2002-02-26 – Goldfingers, Los Angeles, CA, US
audio taken from (low quality) ‘Direct your own David J video’ application from http://davidjonline.com 2002
32, Fingers In The Grease – Remix – Fingers In The Greese Promo 1990
taken from http://davidjonline.com
33, Devils Muse – demo 2005
34, Black Dahlia Theme – instrumental 2005
35, Dagger In The Well – Home demo – “Recorded live, one mic, one take” 2004
taken from http://davidjonline.com
36, Who Killed Mr Moonlight – Live – 2001-05-23 – Garage, London, England, UK
audio taken from Estranged preview / Upstairs London 2001 DVD from http://davidjonline.com
37, Guitar Man – Instrumental part
audio taken from Estranged preview / Upstairs London 2001 DVD from http://davidjonline.com
38, Golden Hair (with Vinsantos) – A Light Awake Inside CD 2008
39, Hank Williams To The Angels Of Death w/Marcelo Radulovich – digital single 2008
taken from David J’s Myspace page
40, Bloodsucker Blues – Blood Sucker Blues 7″ 2010
a – pre-release radio premiere – incomplete – 2010-01-05 – Neat Neat Noise radio show
b – full pre-release version taken from Shok’s Soundcloud page
41, Tidal Wave of Blood – Blood Sucker Blues 7″ 2010
pre-release version taken from Shok’s Soundcloud page
42, Take You Deep – Tres Vampires (Johnette Napolitano, David J. & Shok)
taken from Tres Vampires MySpace page
43, Time – .2 Contamination: A Tribute To David Bowie
44, Babai – Clorofila (backing vocal by David J) – Corridos Urbanos CD 2010
45, Loraca’s Death – Not Long For This World (Vinyl Version) 2011
46, Mexican Drugstore (unreleased mix) – Panóptica – Ahora Yo a Ti 2005
47, Desierto – David J & Pepe Mogt 2008
taken from Pepe Mogt’s Soundcloud page
48, New York I Love You But You Bringing Me Down – Mix 1 – LCD Soundsystem cover 2009
taken from David J’s Myspace page
49, Don’t Block My View – Grab A Shadow – acetate 1975
taken from David J’s Myspace page
50, Song To The Siren – Tim Buckley cover
taken from David J’s ReverbNation page 2014
51, All The Girls I Never Kissed – Frank Sinatra cover
taken from David J’s Bandcamp page 2014
52, Ghosts Are People Too – Five Beats One EP 2011
taken from 2011-10-07 – Scream For Peace radio show
53, Blood Bound – Tres Vampires(Johnette Napolitano, David J. & Shok)
taken from Shok’s Soundcloud page 2014
54, New York Telephone Conversation – Lou Reed cover
taken from David J’s ReverbNation page 2014
55, Blue Hour In Berlin – demo Dortmund 2014
Kickstarter download
56, Bela Lugosi’s Dead (Undead is Forever) 2013
digital download
57, Almost a Menage a Trois 2014
digital download from David J’s Bandcamp page
58, Who Killed Mr Moonlight – acoustic 2014
taken from David J’s Bandcamp page
59, The Corridor – Strange Attractor (feat. David J)

Tracks from the attic
Outakes, demos & rarities (1985 – 2005)

01 – The Carnival Is In Town (1985)
02 – The Shadow (1985)
03 – The Letting Of The Blood (1985)
04 – Endless Sleep (1987)
05 – Vincent In The Flames (1988)
06 – The Man In the Moon (KCRW radio session) (1989)
07 – Bomber’s Moon (1990)
08 – Loner (1990)
09 – The Bottle, The Book And The Dollar Bill (demo)(1990)
10 – Some Big City (demo) (1990)
11 – South Side Blues Blues (out take) (1990)
12 – Some Things Last A Long Time (cassette demo)(1990)
13 – Shelf Life (demo) (1990)
14 – Playboy Mansion (demo) (1990)
15 – Saint Petersburg, October ‘69 (out take)(1990)
16 – Spaceball Ricochet (1990)
17 – Before Positive Was Negative (demo)(1990)
18 – The Most Beautiful Girls In The World (demo) (1991)
19 – Metaphorical Love Song (1991)
20 – A Passport And No Tears (1991)
21 – Oh No, Not Another Song Writer! (demo) (1991)
22 – The Song Is Dead (demo) (1991)
23 – Betty’s Diner (1993)
24 – 2000 Light Years From Gold Street ( cassette demo ) ( 1998 )
25 – Y.S.L. ( 1993 )
26 – California ( Have A Nice Apocalypse! ) ( 1994 )
27 – Out Of Saint Petersburg ( demo for a movie ) ( 2002 )
28 – Stole From The Storm ( demo for a movie ) ( 2002 )
29 – At This Kind Of Wedding ( demo for a movie ) ( 2002 )
30 – Men Leave ( WNYU radio session ) ( 2002 )
31 – Mickey Rourke Blues ( WNYU radio session ) ( 2002 )
32 – Damascus ( 2003 )
33 – Albino Dog (2003)
34 – ‘Feel Like Robert Johnson (2003)
35 – Albino Dog (demo)(2003)
36 – Cure For Pain ( 2007 )
37 – Dagger In The Well ( For Elliot Smith ) ( 2003 )
38 – Ascension ( 2003 )
39 – Pseudo 17 ( demo ) ( 2004 )
40 – Smashed Princess ( demo ) ( 1990 )
41 – Life In Laralay ( 2007 )