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DARK EDSON TIGER
Thrill Jockey Records, 2000; CD, LP
CD order same as LP
1A Good Evening Mr. Peckinpah
2A Farfisa Wail
3A 8 Bells
4A As It Comes
1B Low Post Movement in D
2B Chasing Tails
NYC work recorded by Tim Harris and Tara Key at Chessie Studios with additional recording by Sue Garner, Rick Brown and Tara Jane O’Neil
Chicago work recorded by Braden King at Truckstop
Mixed with Peter Walsh at All Mod Cons, NYC
Cover photos by Rick Rizzo and Janet Beveridge Bean. Additional photo by Tara Key.
Tara Key (guitars, keyboards, percussion), Rick Rizzo (guitars), Tim Harris (cello, bass), Rick Brown (drums, rhythm processing, digital editing), Georgia Hubley (percussion), Katie Gentile (violin, viola)
“SINFO” ON ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES 1.0 compilation
All Tomorrow's Parties, 2001; CD, LP
Tara Key (guitars, loops)
Rick Rizzo (guitar)
COBALT- SELF TITLED
Queenie, 1994; 7" vinyl
A2 Sea Nine
B Maryland Car Song
Yasmin Kuhn (guitar, vocals), Tim Harris (bass), Tara Key (guitar), Gerald Menke (drums), Elliott Sharp (saxophone)
Engineer - Mark Spencer
Producers - Ron Ward (A2), Yasmin Kuhn
All written by Yasmin Kuhn
ELEVENTH DREAM DAY
Atlantic Records, 1993; CD, LP
Tara Key (guitar) appeared on “The Raft”
What a thrill to go down to Sorcerer Sound and hang for the recording of this record. Jim Rondinelli produced, homeboy Wink O’Bannon was on second guitar and TK was turned loose to do her thing, sowing the seeds for touring Europe with EDD in 1997, when she played the role of second guitar on a tour through Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Holland. It was the first time TK hit European soil in any guise. The tour provided a chance for Rizzo and TK to latch onto each other's guitar DNA, and once they had spent weeks interlocking, it led to a strong desire to explore the chemistry further. Hence Rizzo/Key, Dark Edson Tiger and, in 2009, the recording of the second album of their collaboration, due in 2010.
Simple Machines, 1995; CD, EP
Josh Madell (drums) appears on "Pulp"
Simple Machines, 1996; CD, LP
Josh Madell (drums) and Tara Key (guitar) appear on "Duck Out"
YOUR OWN BAR
Kill Rock Stars, 1999; 7" vinyl
Tara Key and Tim Harris recorded this at Chessie Studios in August, 1998.
Carrot Top, 2000
All three of us spent time in the Retsin crew with Tara Jane O'Neil and Cynthia Nelson–Tim recording the single session, Josh playing on a cut and touring live with them and Tara playing on a cut and recording the session with Tim. Later, TJO produced Victory Park for Antietam and Tim, Tara and TJO, as T at 3, produced and recorded the first Naysayer album with Anna Padgett and Cynthia, Deathwhisker, at Chessie Studios for Carrot Top.
YO LA TENGO
GENIUS + LOVE = YO LA TENGO Matador, 1996; CD
Tara Key (guitar) appears on “Demons” and "I'm Set Free" – recorded for the I Shot Andy Warhol soundtrack
I SHOT ANDY WARHOL Atlantic Records, 1996
AND THEN NOTHING TURNED ITSELF INSIDE OUT Matador, 2000; CD
Tim Harris (cello) appears on “From Black to Blue”
NUCLEAR WAR Matador, 2002; CD5
Josh Madell (percussion) appears on Version Two
SUMMER SUN Matador, 2003; CD
Tim Harris (cello) appears on “Tiny Birds”
It goes without saying that we have had our closest sibling band in our heart from practically the first heartbeat of Antietam. YLT's first show was our third. All three members of YLT have jammed with us either on record or live throughout decades. And we have turned up on their tracks from time to time too.
DRAG CITY SUPERSESSION
TRAMPS, TRAITORS, AND LITTLE DEVILS
Drag City, 2001; LP, CD, FLAC
1A Zero Degrees
2A Charley's Girl
Guitar - Tara Key
3A Texas Dogleg
Guitar [Lead] - Tara Key
4A The Girl On The Billboard
Guitar [Lead 2] - Tara Key
5A Leaving The Army
Guitar [Lead] - Tara Key
2B Nothing Rises To Meet Me
Electric Guitar - Tara Key
3B Old Man
Guitar [Lead] - Tara Key
5B One Chord Complaint
Arranged by Neil Michael Hagerty
Engineered by Rob Bochnik
Mixed by Edith Frost , Neil Michael Hagerty, Rian Murphy , Rob Bochnik
Produced by Neil Michael Hagerty
Production Coordinator -- Rian Murphy
Notes: Recorded November 27, 28, 29, 2000, & February 12, 13, 14, 2001, at Electric Audio.
TK says: I got a call out of the blue , flew to Chicago and was put up at Chez Rizzo. I had no preparation -- I had not heard a single tune. It was all so mysterious! I was very anxious to deliver for NMH and spending some pithy, but productive time with this Chicago crew was just another checkmark on the growing evidence list titled "Why Chicago Is My Second Musical Home." I also loved having a chance to work at Electric Audio. I have never seen so many condiments in my life.
BOX OF HAMMERS
Cellsum, 1996; CD
Tara Key (guitar) appears on Track 1: “St. Vitus Dance”
Albert Bouchard and Deborah Frost were kind enough, in 1995, to invite me up to their studio to lay down guitar on one track. Excellent fun, and, man what a great vocal by DF!