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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.”

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released December 10, 1989

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Philip B. Price Northampton, Massachusetts

Philip B. Price is best known these days as front man for ethereal popsters Winterpills, but he also fronted the NY-based art-rock band Memorial Garage in the 80s, went solo for 7 albums in the early 90s, formed power-pop/Big Star acolytes The Maggies for 11 more years after that, pre-winterpills. ... more

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