|2||Strange City Day|
|4||What In The World|
|5||I Wish That It Was Christmas|
|7||Expand The One|
|8||Just Like Seeing God|
|10||The Sickness Lovers Despise|
|17||Pony And Me|
|19||Michael Row The Boat|
Buy direct from Green Monkey: NOVEMBER
Also available on Bandcamp: NOVEMBER
Jeff Kelly–Vocals, Guitar, Bass and Piano
Steven Lawrence–Vocals, Guitar and Bass
Bruce Haedt–Vocals, Keyboards and Guitar
Produced by Tom Dyer
Engineered Live at Reciprocal Recording by Jack Endino.
Vocals, oboe and bassoon recorded by Tom Dyer at TDS Productions.
CD Re-mixed by Jack Endino and Joe Ross 1998.
Original mixes 1988 (download only) by Tom Dyer and Jeff Kelly.
Mastered by Tom Dyer at TDS 2013, Seattle, WA
Cover Design by L7 Graphics. Layout by TD.
Cover paintings by Susanne Kelly
© Half the World Publishing.
- AMG Reviews NOVEMBER
- All Music Guide
- In 1988, Jeff Kelly of the Green Pajamas had a stack of songs -- many older, some new and fragmentary -- he wanted to commit to tape before the band moved on to their next album, and he had the idea of playing a show where the group could run through the tunes in question, record the gig, and release the results as a cassette... [Read More...]
- NOVEMBER: Terrascope Review
- The Ptolemaic Terrascope
- "This has got to be the strangest release in the PJs 30-year, 30-album discography. Back in 1987, Jeff Kelly came up with the idea of recording a live performance as a way of capturing the energy of a live gig for their fans and to preserve for posterity some old songs they never recorded along with some of the newer tracks they didn’t plan on recording any time soon..." [Read More...]
- Flashes of the Past: NOVEMBER
- JP's Music Blog
- The Seattle underground rock scene is supported by one label that is trying to turn the rest of the U.S. on to the new music brewing in the Northwest... [Read More...]
- Mojophenia Reviews NOVEMBER
- Guitar driven Power-Pop was really quite obscure during the late 80′s, almost bordering on retro or even semi-nostalgic, that’s geographically speaking of course... [Read More...]