An Impossible Program

by Kitchen Typists

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about

from the press release:
"Between 1997 and 2000, Jason Henn collected dozens of tapes full of instrumental home recordings and collages assembled in his neighborhood public radio station's production studio. In the summer of 2001, he took a briefcase of his tapes on a Greyhound trip from Indiana to Athens, Georgia, where they were further overdubbed and curated into an album by Hiro Noodles, a songwriter whose self-released solo records had been described locally as a blend of Melvins and Monkees. The results were credited to Kitchen Typists, released in limited number on Dust Bunny Records, and all but vanished soon after being released. Sponic Magazine boosted the album, declaring that it "initiates the kind of head-scratching that leaves the listener smiling in his or her confusion," and a 2005 compilation on Third Uncle was described by Time-Lag Records as "experimental music that goes somewhere."

Discovered in a stack of mystery discs during a recent BlueSanct housecleaning, An Impossible Program presents an unused sequence of much of the material that made up that lone Kitchen Typists album, featuring alternate edits and mixes plus previously unreleased tracks and radio sessions. We speculate it might have been intended for an Orphanology release as early as 2002, but has been lost since. It amounts to a sort of accidental best of, maybe the most cohesive and listenable presentation of Kitchen Typists' bedroom collage aesthetic."
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"Imagine the wit of The Freed Weed, the boldness of John Cale and the budget of a high school band, and you're pretty much there."
- Sponic Magazine
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credits

released June 15, 2012

Orphanology (ORPHAN00K in the 'alphabet series')
• CDR = ltd to 23 copies
• DIGITAL = unlimited

digital release 15 June 2012
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KITCHEN TYPISTS PRESENT: AN IMPOSSIBLE PROGRAM
A COLLECTION OF LOST TRACKS, ALTERNATE EDITS, & RADIO SESSIONS

PRODUCED BY JASON HENN, KATIE AIMS, & HIRO NOODLES, RECORDED BETWEEN 1997-2002 AT MANY LOCATIONS IN INDIANA, KENTUCKY, & GEORGIA

1-10 ORIGINALLY RELEASED IN DIFFERENT SEQUENCE AS PART OF 'KITCHEN TYPISTS', DUST BUNNY RECORDS, 2001

11-14 ORIGINALLY RELEASED AS ‘THE PINK EYE TAPES’, NO LABEL, 2002; COMPILED FOR 'OH, LOOK OUT', THIRD UNCLE RECORDS, 2005

16-20 RECORDED AT WECI STUDIOS, RICHMOND, INDIANA RELEASED IN PART AS 'DOCTOR' CASSETTE, NO LABEL, 1998

21 RECORDED LIVE ON WECI, 2000, ON PORTABLE TAPE RECORDER HELD UP TO RADIO FEATURING RUSS MCDANIEL AND NOAH DIRST

15+22 PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED

THANKS TO MICHAEL ANDERSON
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