TYPEWRITER

by Paul Kotheimer

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Spineless Books
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Spineless Books It was a cassette-only release about the awesome power of the typewriter, with even more literary references than we caught in 1993. It’s a more than goddamn respectable debut for Kotheimer, who had already honed through innumerable chaotic Chicago coffeeshop gigs his taut electrics-are-for-sissies guitar playing and the voice of an angel with vertigo. Although songs about cars would become less of a focus over the ensuing decades, the promise was kept. Favorite track: Holden Caufield.
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Originally released on cassette in 1993 and lovingly remastered for CD re-release in 2000.

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released April 1, 1993

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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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