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Goodbye, Bambi Manor (1989)

by Philip B. Price

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Mr. Price writes: "A burst of melodic anxiety recorded during the break-up of a marriage and the break-up of my first band (Memorial Garage), this collection of 4-track recorded songs became a template for how the next few years would unfold for me creatively: work fast and loose, first takes are best, smash as many instruments onto a track as you can, lo-fi is the real-fi, who cares if the drum machine sounds ridiculous. i think it’s a pretty beautiful mess. it still hurts to listen to. its the first real howl of the loss of innocence. It was self-actualized on cassettes with hand-made & xeroxed inner sleeves.

"Bambi Manor itself was an old resort hotel, clearly visible from Rt. 87 in upstate New York. That summer of 1989, it burned to the ground" Album recorded in Woodstock, NY.

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released December 1, 1989

Remixed by Philip, in 2016-2017
at the Boomerang Ranch, Hadley, MA.
Mastered by Dan Richardson.

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Philip B. Price Northampton, Massachusetts

Philip B. Price is currently the frontman for Winterpills (2004-) in addition to his solo music. Before that, he was the voice of NY-based art-rock band Memorial Garage (1987-1989), made 12 solo albums (1988-2004), fronted power-pop acolytes The Maggies (1993-2002). ... more

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