Live March 9, 1983 at Leavenworth State Penitentiary. Performers: Steve Wynn, Dennis Duck, Karl Precoda, Kendra Smith. Exclusive to pledgers of the new Dream Syndicate - Album "How Did I Find Myself Here".
The Dream Syndicate is an American alternative rock band associated with neo-psychedelia and the Paisley Underground. The latest single and video from our album These Times is quite simply a tale of hope and optimism-the journey through darkness that leads to a blinding, luminous light at the end of the tunnel. Or, more sonically, it’s what might have happened if George Harrison had collaborated with Big Star instead of Badfinger while making All Things Must Pass.
Ghost Stories is the fourth studio album by the Los Angeles-based alternative rock band The Dream Syndicate. It was released in 1988, just a year before the band broke up. The album was re-released in 2004, with eight additional tracks recorded live for radio.
Listen to music from The Dream Syndicate like Black Light, Tell Me When It's Over & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Dream Syndicate. 1. The Dream Syndicate was a guitar-driven band from . from 1981 to 1989, originally associated with the Paisley Underground music movement. 2. An ensemble dedicated to the realization of La Monte Young's work, composed of: John Cale (strings), Tony Conrad (strings), Angus MacLise (percussion), La Monte Young (vocals), Marian Zazeela (vocals).
LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Live. Dream Syndicate Format: Vinyl. The Complete Live At Raji's. In the studio the Dream Syndicate could sometimes sound restrained and mannered, here the hounds of hell rip havoc all over the shop. This is a vital recording of one of the great American bands of the 1980's.
A live album, Live at Raji's, was recorded in 1988 (also by Mazer) before Ghost Stories but released afterward. After breaking up in 1989, the band's posthumous releases included 3½ (The Lost Tapes: 1985-1988), a collection of unreleased studio sessions, and The Day Before Wine and Roses, a live KPFK radio performance recorded just before the release of the band's first album. Wynn continued on as a solo artist, and Walton went on to play with the Continental Drifters. Reunion (2012–present)
The Dream Syndicate chronology. Medicine Show (1984)Medicine Show1984. Out of the Grey (1986). Out of the Grey was released in 1986 as the first studio album after the band was dropped from A&M Records due to disappointing sales after the release of the 1984 album This Is Not the New Dream Syndicate Album. The band pondered its future and even retired temporarily, while lead singer and songwriter Steve Wynn made a record with Dan Stuart (as Danny & Dusty). The duo's album, Lost Weekend (1985), was produced by Paul B. Cutler, who has also produced The Dream Syndicate's eponymous first EP (1982).
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NotesLive March 9, 1983 at Leavenworth State Penitentiary.
Performers: Steve Wynn, Dennis Duck, Karl Precoda, Kendra Smith.
Exclusive to pledgers of the new Dream Syndicate - Album "How Did I Find Myself Here".