In lateDwyer reunited with Dawson for a primarily acoustic album, Memory of a Cut Off Headwhich returned to the band's lo-fi roots and featured several former and current Oh Sees members. John Dwyer began using the name Orinoka Crash Suite for songs as early asappearing on compilations many years before using it for full-length releases.
During this period between before the first OCS album, he continued to focus on his primary bands, first with Pink and Brown, and later with Zeigenbock Kopf and Coachwhips. In all three groups, Dwyer was the main vocalist, and in Coachwhips and Pink and Brown, he also played guitar. The first album, simply titled 1was released in as the first full album under the OCS name. None of the songs on either disc have titles.
The album's song credits are mostly attributed to John Dwyer, though three are credited to Jeff Rosenberg, who was the drummer under the pseudonym "Brown" in Pink and Brown. The album features several guest musicians, but no one who would continue on to the next album, entitled 2.
The band slowly transitioned from being Dwyer's side project into his primary group, as his other bands Coachwhips and Zeigenbock Kopf both disbanded during this period andrespectively.
OCS became a two-piece with the addition of Patrick Mullins who played percussion and saw. The arrangements continued to be simple, though bolstered by the addition of Mullins. The two became fast friends, and Dwyer eventually asked Dawson to join the band after seeing one of her shows.
Petey Dammit! Dammit was previously a member of the two-piece band Tres Ferocious. His method of doing this is intentionally kept a secret. The album Sucks Blood followed in Jigmae Baer played for a year as the group's drummer after Mullins had left the band.
He recorded with the band for their Tascam recordings, as well as their sessions with Dave Sitek. Baer went on to play with Ty Segall in both his solo act and in The Perverts.
Mike Shoun joined the band as the new drummer after Baer's departure. Shoun's arrival coincided with the band's change into a louder garage punk based sound. With the new four-piece lineup established, the scope of the band's music and success started to increase.
This album is also notable for being the first collaboration with Chris Woodhouse, a mix engineer and Join The Band - Various - Rock Masters Vol. 1 (CD) musician who would continue to appear on the albums that followed. The album, Dog Poisonwas also released this year, an acoustic take on the newer, more upbeat sound of the band. Warm Slime arrived infollowing strongly in the footsteps of Help.
The album's first side is dominated by the title track, their longest song to date, with a running time of The song's long format and repetitive structure foreshadowed the krautrock influence that would become a larger part of their sound in the new decade.
The recording of 's Castlemania was solely undertaken by John Dwyer and Brigid Dawson and a series of other notable musicians. Finberg joined as a full-time second drummer and second guitar player,  but continues to lead and tour with The Intelligence. Dawson and Dwyer approached 's Putrifiers II in a similar manner as the group recorded Castlemania. On April 16,The band released Floating Coffin. The album was the first since The Master's Bedroom Later that year, they released the Moon Sick EPa collection of four songs from the Floating Coffin sessions that were excluded from the album.
The EP was released as a benefit for Healthy San Francisco, a healthcare organization that had aided Dwyer and his friends over the years. So dig in. In an interview with SF Weeklythe band's tour manager Annie Southworth confirmed the news, noting that Dwyer was looking to take some time off as he made the move from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
She added, "They need a break after 5 years straight, so yes Will be a little hard to continue with all the different locales so who knows what is going to happen Cross fingers, we all are that it's not completely over. The statements led to rumors that the band was entering an indefinite hiatus, or breaking up. On December 20,the band cleared the rumors by posting on their official site that a new LP will be coming in earlyand "we will see where the live shows go from there.
Since the dispersal of the band members, the band's live performances have been as a trio, with drummer Nick Murray, and bassist Timothy Hellman. Brigid Dawson's roles as a vocalist and keyboardist have not been filled. John Dwyer explained the reason for the latter in an interview with Uncut magazine : "The future of the band doesn't hold much keyboard, I want to go more guitar.
I'll still record with a keyboard but I'm burned out with it live. I've been getting trapped into synthesizer land, I'm just surrounded by drum machines and keyboards while all my rock and roll stuff is in another studio. Inhowever, the new line-up of the band entered the studio to record its fourteenth studio album, Mutilator Defeated At Lastwith Brigid Dawson returning to the band as its backing vocalist. Following the album's release, drummers Ryan Moutinho and Dan Rincon joined both Dwyer and Hellman in the band's live line-up.
Inthe album came at no. With the core line-up solidifying into the four-piece of Dwyer, Hellman, Moutinho and Rincon, the band toured extensively, releasing a new single, "Plastic Plant", alongside an announcement that they'd be releasing a new album entitled A Weird Exits on August 12 of that year.
Two days prior to its release, Ryan Moutinho departed from the band, stating: "I'm not here to list reasons as they are personal and the list would be far too long.
Thank you for coming to the shows and giving every ounce of energy to us. I promise I tried my very best to give it back in return. I don't see this as closing old doors but opening new ones. On June 7,Dwyer announced the name of the band has changed to Oh Sees and released a track entitled "The Static God" from their upcoming record Orcwhich was released on August 25, Three days after Orc ' s release, Dwyer announced that the title of the band had yet again changed back to the original moniker of OCS, and released the track "Memory of a Join The Band - Various - Rock Masters Vol.
1 (CD) Off Head" from the similarly titled albumdue out November 17, as the th record on Castle Face. The band made it clear that this was a one time name for this album only, and returned to the lineup of Dwyer and Dawson, as well as returning to their original hushed sound.
The band released a track entitled "Overthrown" on May 21,from their record Smote Reverserwhich was released on August 17, Join The Band - Various - Rock Masters Vol. 1 (CD), In addition, the band announced an expansion to their on-going tour. Rather than being neophytes, The Starfires had been a very active rhythm and blues band in the Cleveland scene sinceoften playing six shows a week. King also headed the band's horn section and served as the arranger and sometime producer.
The Outsiders promoted their hit single with about a year of nationwide touring, as "Time Won't Let Me" stayed on the national charts for 15 weeks although their music was released in other countries, the band never toured overseas. Later, the Outsiders were part of a six-week tour of one-night stands headed by Gene Pitneyand which included seven or eight other acts, among them Len BarryB.
Thomas and Bobby Goldsboro. Afterwards, the Outsiders joined a four-week tour with several garage rock and psychedelic rock bands, as recalled by Geraci:. There were several line-up changes over the years, with King and Madsen from the original Starfires along with vocalist Sonny Geraci forming the core of the band in the early years. Tom King then invited Ricky Biagiola to join the band aka Ricky Baker, a stage name given to him because the managers felt Biagiola was too ethnic.
With Ronnie Harkai having departed prior to sessions for the first album, former Starfire Jimmy Fox who had left the earlier band to go to college was brought in by King to be the drummer Join The Band - Various - Rock Masters Vol. 1 (CD) the remaining tracks of Time Won't Let Me. Following these sessions, Fox decided to return to the music world and founded a band in called the James Gang that would enjoy considerable success over the coming decade. Ricky Biagiola toured with the band for almost 3 years, and was part of 4 LP's and several singles released, until returning home to Cleveland to continue his education.
The Outsiders had performed "Respectable" during their earlier years as the Starfires. A single by outside songwriters, "Help Me Girl" from The Outsiders Inhad to compete with a version released in the same time period by the Animals.
By some accounts, the Animals had already recorded their version, although they assured The Outsiders that they had not. They recorded another track by the same songwriters for their third album, but it was not released as a single. Other session players were brought in to beef up the band's recordings, among them drummer Hal Blaine and bassist Carol Kaye of the Wrecking Crew ; also, some recordings were produced by Richard Delvywho had worked with Sonny and Cher.
Capitol gave tentative approval for a fourth album, which was to have been named after this single, Leave Us Alone.
However, the project was abandoned midway through, in favor of a faux live album Join The Band - Various - Rock Masters Vol. 1 (CD) Happening Live! Not long thereafter, the group disbanded. The Outsiders were one of the early white American soul-influenced bands.
Jim Guerciowho would manage both of these Chicago groups, had toured with the Outsiders as a musician on the Gene Pitney Caravan. Meanwhile, King was still heading a band called the Outsiders back in Cleveland; and this band released a single as "The Outsiders featuring Jon Simonell "; Simonell being Geraci's replacement as lead singer.
King won a lawsuit in about the ownership of the name. Geraci left the music industry in and spent about five years in sales in his family's home improvement business. Along the way, he released a handful of solo CDs. Despite the earlier lawsuit about the name, Sonny Geraci began touring in as Sonny Geraci and the Outsiders.
In April Geraci suffered a brain aneurysm specifically, a cerebral arteriovenous malformationrequiring intensive care. The most recent album by the Outsiders, called 30 Years Live was released in and reissued in ; only two of the original members, King and Nims were on board. King died aged 68, on April 23,in a Wickliffe, Ohio nursing home. He had suffered from multiple health problems and had been at the Wickliffe Country Place nursing home since he fell and injured himself in August.
King's death was announced by Kevin King, one of his sons, and confirmed by the nursing home. Geraci died on February 5,at the age of The song was also included on the box set inspired by the classic garage rock compilation album Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, Bill Scheft 's novel about a garage rock band being rediscovered by record collectors and then attempting to recapture their glory days as the bandmembers approached the age of 50 was called Time Won't Let Me.
InRicky Biagiola, a former drummer of The Outsiders, assembled a group of veteran Cleveland musicians to return The Outsiders to playing the AM radio hits, with the energy and authenticity that made them successful then. Determined to pay Tom King, and Sonny Geraci homage, this new version of The Outsiders continues to perform the unique music of the original group signed by Capitol Records in Citation needed.
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