Post by rhinest0nec0wboy on Aug 8, 2009 18:49:38 GMT -5
All I have to say is good luck my friend! There are so many songs that have appeared only on compilations, or rare EPs or singles. Then there is also the fact that there are about 800,000 bootlegs of live performances of his. Some songs he played live seem to have just kind of disappeared after he played them a few times, never to be recorded, the song Black Wooden comes to mind It's too bad we don't have that thread from the old forum where people listed everything from Phil they have. Anyways I guess I'll list what I have that might be rare. I'm not going to list bootlegs because like I said there are a bazillion of them out there. These are in Alphabetical order as they appear in the folders they are in:
Microphones Bass Drum Dream 7" Blood LP Don't Wake me Up Jimi Sharp: Man of Mystery It Was Hot We Stayed in the Water Little Bird Flies into the Big Black Cloud Mount Eerie Song Islands Tests The Singing from Mount Eerie The Drums from Mount Eerie Two Songs by the Microphones X-Ray Means Woman The Glow, pt 2 + bonus disc from rerelease Window
Mount Eerie Black Wooden Ceiling Opening Dawn Eleven Old Songs of Mount Eerie Fog Movies Headwaters (not really Mount Eerie) I Whale 7" Lost Wisdom Mount Eerie/Love of Everything Split 7" Mount Eerie/No Kids Split 7" Mount Eerie Dances with Wolves Mount Eerie, pts 6 & 7 Nobody's Perfect No Flashlight Seven New Songs of Mount Eerie Singers Twenty Bees 7" White Stag Wind's Poem
His tracks also showed up on Worried Noodles, a Tiny Mix Tapes compilation, most all WTHF compilations, I think some K recs and maybe Knw-yr-own compilations
There was also the Tugboat Fiasco which was his band that came before the Microphones.
He also plays in D+ and I think used to drum in Old Time Relijun.
And there is the fact that I'm probably going to delete a good amount of this which I don't listen to. Honestly, it's probably not worth seeking out every track, which will never happen anyways haha. To me, I listen most to his major releases and bootlegs. I like his bootlegs more than just about any album.