Trippo Marx | Smello

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Smello

by Trippo Marx

Lo-fi experiments 1988-1992
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Tennis Eyeball 1
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2. Tubular Smells
12:13 $2.49
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3. Django's Missing Digits
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4. Tennis Eyeball 2
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5. Pompadour 2
2:48 $0.99
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6. Norman
2:23 $0.99
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7. Liberty Hill
2:16 $0.99
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8. Hallucinating Dobros
2:18 $0.99
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9. Five String Guitar
3:45 $0.99
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10. Praline Psychosis
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11. Pompadour 1
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Album Notes
SMELLO
The 1st Trippo Marx Album

Produced composed & performed by Trippo Marx
Recorded 1988-1992 Mixed 1993-2001
Definitive Edition Mixed 2003-2019
©2001-2019 Screwy Bastards Records SBX1

TRIPPO MARX
guitars piano synth drums bass mandolin percussion voices

Everyone takes their first step, and this one is mine. Smello is my oldest and most naïve work, a frenetic & serendipitous series of exercises that I undertook in order to learn the art of recording and mixing demos, and it has all the charms of a long-lost, unwashed friend (happy to see you, friend, to smell you is another thing). This work is dedicated to those who instructed and/or inspired me in the difficult act of music.

Five String Guitar was recorded in 1988 using a pair of ancient headphones to mic the guitar. Pompadour, Norman, Liberty Hill & Praline Psychosis were my first attempts at multitrack recording in August, 1989. Tennis Eyeball and Tubular Smells were recorded in the summer of 1990. Hallucinating Dobros was recorded using a hand held microcassette recorder in 1990 or 1991. Django's Missing Digits employs tuned glasses of water as percussion and was recorded in December, 1992.

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