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Lather - Different Kind of Elephant, cassette 1994
The Wichita, Kansas band from the 1990s LATHER with their release “Different Kind of Elephant” from 1994. With Rob Miller (drums), Shawn Nichols (guitar, vocals), Billy Simmons (guitar), Pete Studtmann (bass), Produced by Mike Curtis at Emerald City Studio.


Lather - Someone, Somewhere - cassette 1995
The Wichita, Kansas band from the 1990s LATHER with their release “Someone, Somewhere” from 1995. With Rob Miller (drums), Shawn Nichols (guitar, vocals), Billy Simmons (guitar), Pete Studtmann (bass), Produced by Mike Curtis at Emerald City Studio.


The Lemurs - At Home, Spring 1978


The Lemurs - Ex-Lemurs House Party, 1978 - Audio


The Lemurs - Live at Stone Pony, 1978


The Lemurs - Live Lemurs, 1978


The Lemurs - The Early Lemurs, 1978


Legion - King Kung Fu 45rpm Promo Single
A music 45rpm single released as a promotional piece for the Wichita made movie “King Kung Fu”. Words and music by Richard Lamb and Brian Hill, performed by the band Legion. Presented here as a single track that includes both sides of the 45.


The Livingrooms - First Release, 1997
The Livingrooms were a San Francisco band of the mid to late-90s, centered around songwriters Charlie Maxton and Rick Kvoriak. Other members included Peter Craft, Marty Schneider, Rob Kvoriak, Mike Coykendall, and Matt Grans.


The Livingrooms - Live On KUSF, 1997
The Livingrooms were a San Francisco band of the mid to late-90s, centered around songwriters Charlie Maxton and Rick Kvoriak. Other members included Peter Craft, Marty Schneider, Rob Kvoriak, Mike Coykendall, and Matt Grans. Recorded live on San Francisco radio station KUSF on June 16, 1997.


 
 
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