What I've Learned So Far [two​-​volume set​!​]

by Paul Kotheimer

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Spineless Books You have no idea how lucky you are to have access to this music. These gems from the Kotheimer catalog are the sort of thing where you would have a tape of a tape of a tape, or a soon to be defective CDRW. I think I may have given my copies back to Paul, they were so rare. They are probably in this picture. That might be my Sharpie. This includes some of the “Two-Flat” sessions songs that are all Chicago. Listen to the last song and see if you’re tempted to start over from the beginning. Favorite track: Truly Happy.
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She's Aloft 02:35
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Dear Abby 02:57
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The Portent 02:17
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Funny Pages 02:58
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Tonic & Gin 02:44
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Susan 03:18
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When I Die 03:15
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Day Job 04:19
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Wanderlust 04:35
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Bean 04:24
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Big Wheel 01:35
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Truly Happy 02:21

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In February 1998, a 74-minute CD entitled *What I've Learned So Far* was released to the world by the hand-made record label. That disc was a compromise. The original plan was this two-volume "demo anthology" spanning the earliest 10 years of Paul Kotheimer's career, of which only a few copies were made in 1997.

Here is that 2-volume set, almost in its entirety. "Strange Days, Richard," "Manhattan Fragment," and "Sputnik Lullabye" are omitted from this track list as they soon became part of the SPUTNIK LULLABYE album.

Some of these recordings may be making their internet debut after over 20 years in the archive.

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released October 25, 1997

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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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