A collection of the best of DEADMAN's work from 1999 to 2009, including songs from Cuatro Canciones, Paramour, Our Eternal Ghosts, and "Severe Mercy". It's a great introduction to DEADMAN's work.
This album is an about face from "Take Up Your Mat and Walk". It focuses heavily on rock and roll, and revisits new wave and post punk sounds. The theme revolves around the concept of a decent into arbitrary societal chaos from meaningful order.
A short album that focuses heavily on lyrical content. "The Chimes at Midnight" was an accompanying film that featured the songs from the album.
DEADMAN plays The Saxon Pub and tracked these songs over a two month period. The songs were recorded while the band were playing a Tuesday night residency at the historic Austin club.
This album marked a different sonic direction for DEADMAN. The effects and processors were put away and an emphasis on natural instruments and tones were focused on. The album was recorded at Steven's studio: a 100 year old victorian house that was made entirely of wood. The record was influenced by The Band's approach to record making on their album Songs from Big Pink and The Basement Tapes.
The follow up to "Our Eternal Ghosts". The record has a theme about grief. Started in Steven's remote studio in McGregor, TX then overdubs with Mark Howard in Los Angeles, then finished in Lockhart, TX in Steven's new installation. Daryl Johnson (Daniel Lanois, Emmy Lou Harris, )makes an appearance on the album.
DEADMAN returned to The Paramour Estate in Silver Lake, CA to work once more with producer, Mark Howard.
DEADMAN'S debut album recorded at The Paramour Estate in Silver Lake, CA. It was produced by Mark Howard.
The first recording DEADMAN released in 2000. Recorded in a small house in Dallas, Texas, the band explored it's infatuation with the sounds of Texas and the Mexican border.