Sputnik Lullabye

by Paul Kotheimer

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Spineless Books Sputnik Lullabye has too many great songs, as well as being a chocolate box of every kind of Paul song, including songs that seem to contradict each other in their attitudes about love or money or life. Still prevalent are the darkest Paulsong in which a hapless character has hit bottom and is peering, or peeing, into the void of terrifying meaningless that may underlie everything. Paul calls it "a 'Y2K White Album'—due to the sprawling track list and the eclectic mix of techniques."
Favorite track: Strange Days, Richard.
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Songbird 02:39
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Oh Christine 03:52
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Things 01:31
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The Crash 03:05
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The Way Home 04:05
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released August 1, 1999

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Paul Kotheimer Urbana, Illinois

For 30 years now, or maybe more, Paul Kotheimer has been writing songs. And then recording them. And then putting them together into albums.
At first, he used a cassette player and a microphone from Radio Shack. Then he used a bunch of gizmos and a reel-to-reel tape recorder. Now he uses a different bunch of gizmos and a computer. It's the 21st century, after all!
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