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Tommy Keene: Tommy Keene You Hear Me (A Retrospective 1983-2009)

[Second Motion Records]

0 Comments · Monday, August 2, 2010
If great press translated to negotiable currency, Tommy Keene would have Bill Gates for a personal assistant and pay him weekly out of petty cash. He's been called a potential star so many times, NASA has photographed him with the Hubble telescope. This two-disc package is a chronological core sample of much of Keene's recorded history.   

Tommy Keene, School of Seven Bells, Dweezil Zappa, Innocence Mission and a Danger Mouse/Sparklehorse collaboration

0 Comments · Sunday, August 1, 2010
If great press translated to negotiable currency, Tommy Keene would have Bill Gates for a personal assistant and pay him weekly out of petty cash. He's been called a potential star so many times, NASA has photographed him with the Hubble telescope. Find the proof on 'Tommy Keene You Hear Me: A Retrospective 1983-2009' (the title being an allusional pun on the seminal Rock opera by The Who, one of Keene's biggest avowed influences).  

The Venus 3, Morrissey, Tommy Keene and Gurf Morlix

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 4, 2009
The release sheets continue to fatten nicely, so there's plenty to talk about this week. I'm checking out new albums by Robyn Hitchcock's The Venus 3 side project, Morrissey, Tommy Keene and Gurf Morlix, plus some classic Manfred Mann platters.  

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