FORTUNE'S WHEEL From the Middle Ages comes the iconic figure of Lady Fortune standing beside her wheel which she slowly turns, blind-folded, affecting without prejudice the fortunes of both kings and paupers. Her wheel is a focal point for this album of diverse and strange music. 1. IntrOverture 2. Fortune's Wheel 3. Fuse! 4. The Massacre of Suns 5. I Hate Being White 6. Always Thinking of Myself 7. Like you thought... 8. World Circus News 9. There's Only One Thing To Do 10. Bishop 11. Bosna 12. Do The Prepuce! 13. Prayer Circle 14. Mike and Ike BONUS TRACK: Poke Smot!
Music for electric guitars. 1. Turn Off 2. Brainwash 3. Chernobyl 4. Charon Crosses The Styx 5. Ambient Trio 6. Ruinations No. 2 7. GOGA 8. 'Tis Of Thee 9. Are you sleeping, now? 10. Mask Of Sanity 11. Solitude 12. Talons 13. Magnetic Tangents 14. Star Talk 15. EMT
This collection of Five Pieces for the classical guitar is dedicated with much appreciation to my teacher and friend: Robert Paul Sullivan. 1. Two Tone 2. At Peace 3. Special Agent Q 4. Remorse 5. Things You're Liable to Read in The Bible
Dedication: to Greta Thunberg, a pioneer revolutionary for climate action. 1. The Happy Ones 2. Opioid 3. For The Trees 4. Kindergarten Word Ring 5. Formula 382 6. Als Zarathustra 7. F*** The NRA 8. Dorchester Sunset 9. Old Dog 10. I'm just...thinking about getting in the pool 11. Lightning On Saturn 12. Slogan 13. Today
GIRAFFES! was created while I worked as an audio editor at a background music company using only resources I had available to me at work: CoolEdit Pro and the web.
1. Blaak Acyd 2. Corporate Coitus 3. Don't Fuck Giraffes! 4. Be So Sweet 5. Apocalypse Cow
HELL NO WE WON’T GO! Vietnam At Home is the riveting memoire of one person’s coming to terms with his own feelings of patriotism pitted against the ethics of what Americans call “the Vietnam War.” Set in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Knutson’s narrative recounts the changing consciousness and actions of someone who belonged to an entire generation rising up against the war. Beginning in the small mill town of Everett, Washington and ending with the brutal crushing of a student demonstration on the campus of Stanford University, this vital oral history portrays the anti-war movement that brought America to the brink of revolution.
The title Passionate Isolation comes from the prose-poem No More Secondhand God by R. Buckminster Fuller. The following lines begin the book: Late tonight (April 9, 1940) I am just sitting here for one of the many reasons that people find themselves passionately isolated. (The cause is rarely noble.)