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Crashing the Ether

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Released  April 4, 2006
Release date  4 April 2006
Genres  Power pop, Rock music
Artist  Tommy Keene
Label  Eleven Thirty Records
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Crashing the Ether is the seventh album by Tommy Keene. Recorded at his home studio, Keene played most of the instruments himself; among others, John Richardson played drums and Gin Blossoms guitarist Jesse Valenzuela chipped in with some back-up vocals.

Contents

Track listing

All songs written by Tommy Keene

  1. "Black & White New York" – 4:56
  2. "Warren in the '60s" – 3:26
  3. "Quit That Scene" – 3:24
  4. "Driving Down the Road in My Mind" – 5:28
  5. "Wishing" – 4:15
  6. "Lives Become Lies" – 5:08
  7. "Eyes of Youth" – 3:45
  8. "I've Heard That Wind Blow Before" – 3:35
  9. "Alta Loma" – 4:13
  10. "Texas Tower No.4" – 6:10

Personnel

  • Tommy Keene — Vocals, instrumentation
  • Additional musicians

  • Brad Quinn — Bass guitar
  • Jesse Valenzuela — Harmony vocals
  • Steve Gerlach — Guitar
  • Walter Vincent — Harmony vocals
  • John Richardson — Drums
  • R. Walt Vincent — Harmony vocals
  • Production

  • Tommy Keene — Producer
  • Walter Vincent — Producer, mixing
  • R. Walt Vincent — Producer, mixing
  • Jonathan Pines — Engineer, drum engineering
  • Louie Teran — Mastering
  • Kevin Lane Keller — Executive producer
  • Chris Widmer — Engineer, drum engineering
  • Additional credits

  • Cary Baker — Publicity
  • Jim Horan — Art direction
  • Steve Curtis — Photography
  • Tommy Keene — Photography
  • Songs

    1Black & White New York4:57
    2Warren in the '60s3:27
    3Quit That Scene3:24

    References

    Crashing the Ether Wikipedia


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