taken from split single with Nevada Greene from Missouri via Dismal Niche.
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taken from the first track on the upcoming Matthew De Gennaro‘s cassette “Old Jack Somebody,” released September 30th via Soft Abuse. It features Scott Tuma on the closing track ‘Doxa Blues’.
“Over the past decade, Matthew De Gennaro has quietly amassed a brilliant discography from his home studio in rural Webster Township, Michigan. After a series of collaborative works with Alastair Galbraith, he’s issued a handful of solo releases and worked in collaboration with the likes of Stefan Neville and Scott Tuma.” — Soft Abuse
taken from “Chuang Tzu Motherfucker” LP / MP3 (Soft Abuse, 2013)
Scott Tuma with Mike Weis, Matthew De Gennaro, James Becker
at the Burlington Bar, Chicago 11/19/11
Scott Tuma – eloper (via)
Both tracks are taken from Scott Tuma‘s “Not For Nobody” album which was originally released on CD by Digitalis in 2008, and now available on Art Edition LP/LP/Cassette by Immune Recordings with new artwork of Chris Koelle.
“Scott Tuma is a musician from Chicago who is best known for having played guitar in the pioneering alt-country band Souled American. Since his departure from Souled American in the late 1990s Tuma has released three solo albums, performed and recorded with Chicago’s Boxhead Ensemble, and collaborated with Matt Christensen and Mike Weis, members of the band Zelienople in a project dubbed Good Stuff House.”
Both tracks are taken from Scott Tuma’s latest full length “Dandelion” (Digitalis Industries / Limited Vinyl edition, still available at here / Artwork: Chris Koelle). Scott Tuma is best known as the former member of Chicago’s Souled American in the late 1980′s and early 1990′s, then his solo works and Boxhead Ensemble, also collaboration with Matt Christensen and Mike Weis of Zelienople, Good Stuff House.
WATCH :: Scott Tuma, May 7th, 2010 at Enemy in Chicago (via Acid Marsh Mallow)
Strobe Session #6
Jim Becker and Joe Adamik (Califone), Emmett Kelly (Cairo Gang, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy) and Scott Tuma perform at Strobe Session #6 on August 18th, 2008. This was recorded in front of a live audience.
Souled American – In The Mud