Tom Smith (2)

Also known as Alpha 66, Smith, T Smith, Tin Smimm, Tom, TS, TS.
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Discography of Tom Smith (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Gardens Of War 7 Audio 2004 The Smack Shire
2 Gin Blossoms 5 Audio 1991-10-00 Seminal Twang
3 Solo Vocal #1 3 Audio 2010-09-00 Karl Schmidt Verlag
4 Reconquer Sleep Or Disappear 3 Audio 2010 Savage Land
5 Mud Keeps Lifting Me Higher 3 Audio 2010-11-00 Karl Schmidt Verlag
6 Duotron Vs Tom Smith 2 Audio 1997 Menlo Park Recordings
7 Kangol 3 Audio 2011 Karl Schmidt Verlag
8 Limmerstrasse Vol. 1 3 Audio 2009 Karl Schmidt Verlag
9 Vampire Weekend Is A Timeshare In Secaucus 3 Audio 2009 Karl Schmidt Verlag
10 Poor Dears (Solo Vocal #4) 3 Audio 2011 Karl Schmidt Verlag
11 Notation Forces Notation 2 Audio 2012 Karl Schmidt Verlag
12 LRRH Im Schimmel 3 Audio 2009 Karl Schmidt Verlag
13 Ich Werde Nicht Nackt Sein 2 Audio 2009 Karl Schmidt Verlag
14 Impeccable Transparencies 4 Audio 2012-08-08 Karl Schmidt Verlag
15 Allein Zu Zweit 2 Audio 2013-03-05 Fragment Factory
16 In Medias Res 2 Audio 2014-05-00 noise-below

Avant-garde composer, producer, performer, writer, and label manager, active since the mid-1970s. Born in Adel, Georgia, 1956. Initial recordings and compositional experiments, 1973-1978. First group, Boat Of, formed in Athens, Georgia, late 1979, in direct opposition to local norms (B-52s, Pylon), with dub and nascent hip-hop culture as primary influences. Other groups followed, with Peach of Immortality, To Live and Shave in L.A., and Ohne making an impact - at least within certain underground circles - from 1984-2008. Following his move to Germany in late 2008, Smith has been extremely prolific, forming other ensembles, performing solo vocal compositions at various festivals, and entering into collaborations with artists as diverse as Sightings, Aaron Dilloway, and Kevin Drumm. He manages the Karl Schmidt Verlag imprint, which as of late 2012 has issued over 260 limited-edition (CDr) albums and seven books.

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