Wednesday, March 28, 2007

The Kurt Genius Memorial Songbook

+Kurt Genius - American Singer/Songwriter 1991-1998+

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The Kurt Genius Memorial Songbook

Volume 001 - Verses 01-04:

---Canada [Let's Defect To]---

---Company Man---

---My Pale Bridesmaid---

---The More To Love---

+These four cuts are available for FREE at Myspacemusic.+

So check them out!
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+cover of the limited run Kurt Genius book c. 1992+

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Kurt Genius was the discarnate media image of Kurt Weller from 1991 to 1998. Mixing mythic punk rock sensibilities with a lounge singer's commitment to excellence Kurt Genius recorded several Pop Songs. These songs have been newly remastered and have finally been made available to the public at large through the Plaza of the Mind's Closed Circuit Outreach Program.


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+Kurt Genius Live [The double live Concert] notes and musical notation c.1994+

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This four song sampler is a preview of the upcoming Kurt Genius Memorial Songbook which will be released in the first quarter of 2008 as a limited edition collectors box. This box will be the first and last complete collection of all of the Kurt Genius works.

So go ahead, whet your appetite, hear what you may have missed!


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