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John Strohm

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John Strohm

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Location:Birmingham, Alabama
Categorized as:Alt-Rock
Total Request:33695 (31580 downloads, 2115 plays)
Total Request:33695 (31580 downloads, 2115 plays)
About:
Guitar, Drums, Vocals. From Bloomington originally also Boston and now Birmingham, Alabama. Founding member and guitarist in Blake Babies with Juliana Hatfield and Freda Love. Band was formed while attending college in Boston. Had great success on the "indie" circuit in the late 1980s/early 1990s. A series of albums and EPs were released on Mammoth Records. Also joined early version of The Lemonheads as a drummer and appeared on one album. Lemonheads front man Evan ...  read more

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920 requests

 Released 1999 on Flat Earth Records

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    1 Wouldn't Want to Be Me
     
     
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    2 Home
     
     
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    3 Better Than Nothing
     
     
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    4 Drive Thru
     
     
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    5 Jesus Let Me In
     
     
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    6 Ballad Of Lobster Boy
     
     
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    7 Eva Braun
     
     
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    8 For Awhile
     
     
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    9 Sylvia
     
     
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    10 In Your Dreams
     
     
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    11 Mission Dolores
     
     
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    12 Edison Medicine
     
     

 
 
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 2007, on Superphonic Records

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    Sha La
     
     
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    Black Hole in my Heart
     
     
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    Driving on 95
     
     
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    Rise and Shine
     
     
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    Waiting for the World to End
     
     
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    Anna
     
     
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    Graduation Day
     
     
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    The Long So Long
     
     
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    Everyday Life
     
     
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    Traveling Salesman
     
     
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    Ruby
     
     
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    Another Losing Season
     
     

 
 
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 Produced by John Strohm. Engineered by John, Paul Mahern and Mark Maher. Recorded at Home and Echo Park. Band: John Strohm, Steve Woods, Dennis Scoville, Mitch Harris and Glenn Hicks with additional performances by others.

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    Slip Away
     
     
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    Tangelo
     
     
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    Jennifer And Jean
     
     
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    Someone Besides Me
     
     
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    Geronimo's Cadillac
     
     
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    Fool
     
     
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    Backseat Driver
     
     
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    Kill The Lights
     
     
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    Freightliner
     
     
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    Powderkeg
     
     
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    Thelma
     
     
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    See You Around
     
     
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    Love Theme
     
     
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    Extra
     
     

 
 
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 Recorded at home with help from friends.

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    1 Thelma
     
     
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    2 Tangelo
     
     
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    3 See You Around
     
     
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    4 Jonah's Walking
     
     
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    5 The Lost Years
     
     
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    6 Hey Skinny
     
     
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    7 All God's Children
     
     
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    8 Jennifer and Jean
     
     
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    9 Bit O' Honey
     
     
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    10 Train
     
     
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    11 Freightliner
     
     
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    12 Hey Babycakes
     
     
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    13 Ballad of Lobster Boy
     
     
 
 
  • John is a great songwriter, a real inspiration to me. The world's a poorer place without new JPS albums.
    by rodii on Jun 24, 2014
  • just realized Mission Delores is very Big Star "Radio City". The second half of Vestavia is the best half in my book.
    by Jeb on Jan 14, 2011

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