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Nine Different Kinds of Gone

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Nine Different Kinds of Gone

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Year(s):2012
Categorized as:Rock, Pop, Folk / Acoustic
Members:Various Artists covering songs by Kenny Childers
Website:kjctribute.bandcamp.com/
Label:MFT Records
Total Request:5536 (5145 downloads, 391 plays)
Total Request:5536 (5145 downloads, 391 plays)
About:
It all started in 2012 when
Chris Kupersmith
assembled an all-star group of friends/musicians for a surprise tribute to
Kenny Childers
on his 40th Birthday. Almost a year later,
Nine Different Kinds of Gone
is available in a beautiful double-vinyl edition that serves as a physical (and audio) monument to one of Indiana's most respected modern musicians.

Childers is largely known as the frontman of 
Gentleman Caller
, and for his earlier work in
Stranded at the Drive-In
, ...  read more

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 2012, MFT Records,

Curated by Chris Kupersmith in 2012 for Kenny's birthday.

Order the double-LP vinyl edition via Bandcamp.

Released on vinyl in 2013 by Musical Family Tree. Mastered by Mike Bridavsky at Russian Recording. Re-mastered for vinyl by Mahan Kalpa Singh at Mahern Audio. Art printed by In Case of Emergency Press.
 

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    Bait & Tackle Tabernacle - Your Wish is My Command
     
     
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    Big Weiners Club - Downtown in the Dark
     
     
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    Josh Bennet - Leaving Me Beautiful
     
     
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    David England - They Found Rita
     
     
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    Courtney Kaiser-Sandler - Eleanor
     
     
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    The Vulgar Boatmen - The Locusts
     
     
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    Finn Swingley - Stretch the Sea
     
     
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    Mike Bridavsky, Kate Long, Pete Schreiner - Youngest Kind of Pain
     
     
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    Taylor, Peoni, & Shepard - Radio On
     
     
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    Tony Whitlock - Squawking Bird
     
     
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    Jeb Banner - Flaming Arrows
     
     
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    Emily Watkins, Andy Fry, & J.B. Andrews - I Am on Fire
     
     
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    Three Dragon Ante - Wrecking Ball
     
     
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    Eli McCormick - Buzzards in the Trees
     
     
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    The Purcells - I Got no Religion
     
     
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    Sophia Travis - Lights Over the Harbor
     
     
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    Winechuggers/Bill Cameron - Summer Dresses
     
     
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    Heidi Gluck and Mahan Kalpa Singh - The Answer
     
     
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    Derek Richey - Stumble Serenade
     
     
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    Dirty Birdy - Stretch the Sea
     
     
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    Marty Green - Flying in Patterns
     
     
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    Patrick Spurgeon - Wash Away
     
     
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    John Dehner - Boo to You (Frank and April)
     
     
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    Merrie Sloan - We Danced All Night
     
     
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    Jake Smith, Freda Love Smith, and The Trammps - Set the Trammp on Fire
     
     
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    Charles Gonzalez - Explode
     
     
  • What a nice gesture from all. Jake and Freda are cracking me up!
    by David Bradford on Feb 27, 2013

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Recent Blog Posts

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by Taylor Peters
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by Eric Alexander
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3/9/17
by Natty Morrison
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