Kansas Music Archive logo
Audio Recordings:
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Numeric
The Embarrassment
 
Video Recordings:
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Numeric
The Embarrassment
 
Home
   
Charlie Maxton - 4-Track Mind, 1996
4-Track Mind: This a collection of lo-fi home recordings by singer/songwriter Charlie Maxton. Recorded at various San Francisco apartments in the 1990s.



Charlie Maxton - Portland, 1999
Charlie Maxton - Portland: Unreleased studio recordings and home demos by singer/songwriter Charlie Maxton. Recorded shortly after moving to Portland, OR in 1999.



Mainliners - Summer 1977 vol.01
The Wichita, Kansas band known as “Mainliners” recording a series of rehearsals at home in Wichita sometime during 1977, this is volume 01. This is an early recording featuring members of the Wichita band The Embarrassment, presented here as part of The Embarrassment online archive.


Mainliners - Summer 1977 vol.02
The Wichita, Kansas band known as “Mainliners” recording a series of rehearsals at home in Wichita sometime during 1977, this is volume 02. This is an early recording featuring members of the Wichita band The Embarrassment, presented here as part of The Embarrassment online archive. 


Troy McEvers - Demo tape 1990

This is a demo tape that we received from Troy McEvers in 1990, just before he co-former the incredible soundscape band called “Vril”. The band Vril was a featured guest at a gallery exhibition version of our movie show “The Escape’ Drive-in”. They performed live soundtracks to several old films and created quite an experience.

Kaz Maslanka - Psycho-vectors, 1987
The 4 music pieces were recorded between the years of 1979 and 1981. In these recordings, there were appearances from the symphonic bassist, Joe Pruessner, symphonic bassoonist, Robert Glassburner, Jazz Guitarist, Percussionist Mark Lloyd, Sterling Grey, vocalists, Stephanie Wells and Janella Butner. The first three pieces are titled “Visual Rhythms #1, #2 and #3” The fourth piece is titled “Biomorpheus” and was accompanied by a visual slide show of photographic light paintings.


MetaStatic - Metastatic CD 1996
This is a series of studio jams between Marc Burch and Joel Sanderson, starting with backing tracks and then layering sounds on top. This were probably the most productive session between Burch and Sanderson, since their approaches to music and styles were polar opposites, and the reason why this recording worked fairly well. This music had to positive a tone and spirit to be considered  Industrial music and was rejected to become another shelved project. This is a remastered version of the original  recordings.


Midnight Hour Selections, KMUW radio show compilation 1991
Features tracks from the KMUW, Public radio show "Midnight Hour", which were either guitar or humor oriented from shows that aired in 1987-88. A compilation produced for the 2015 Aftermidnight reunion held at Kirby’s in Wichita, Kansas.


MILK Magazine - Audio Supplement #1, cassette 1994
This package is the audio supplement for the entire three volume set of the MILK publication series. It features audio recordings that were to be played while looking at the corresponding issue. It also features an audio issue of MILK, with a variety of performances, audio pieces and the 1974 Wichita High School South's band concert. Released in 1994.


Roger Miller (MOB) - Interview KMUW Wichita, 1988
Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on his Maximum Electric Piano tour in 1998 and made a stop in Wichita, Kansas. Kevin Smith, then program director for the radio show Aftermidnight, brought Roger Miller to the attention of the late night feature show Midnight Hour producer Joel Sanderson. Kevin interviewed Roger Miller and his tech producer Russ Smith, with Joel producing the recording. The show originally aired in 1988 on The Midnight Hour, running time is 1 hour and the recording is an MP3 two parts (based on the master cassette). The interview covers Roger's music, career, influences, and technical behind the scenes talk about his tour.


Roger Miller (MOB) - Live at Kirby's Wichita, KS, 1988
Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on his Maximum Electric Piano tour in 1998 and made a stop in Wichita, Kansas. This recording features a nearly complete performance at Kirbys with a few breaks for tape changes and technical interference. The original recording was mono single track that was remastered into a stereo version by Demolition Kitchen. The show originally aired in 1988 on The Midnight Hour, running time is 90 minutes and the recording is an MP3 two parts (based on the master cassette). 


Roger Miller (No Man) - Live on KJHK Lawrence, KS, 1990
Roger Miller, originally from the band Mission of Burma, was appearing on one of his No Man band tours in 1990 and made a stop in Lawrence, Kansas with band mate Russ Smith. This recording features a performance at The University of Kansas college radio station KJHK.



M.T Pockets Budget Film Fest - Live Music, vol.01, 2002
M.T.Pockets Live Vol.1featuring the music of Demolition Kitchen. Live cuts from various Demolition Kitchen with performances by John Eberly,Keith Gist & Ken Haug, released in 2002.


The Mumbles - Beef Twinkies, cassette 1985
This is John Eberly's offshoot project of his band The Mumbles where the same band line-up perform Jazz improvisations or something like that.


The Mumbles - Buzz, cassette 1991
The Wichita-based punk/rock band from the late 1980s and 1990s with John Eberly (John E.) on vocals/guitar, Dale Stuke on bass, Ken Haug on guitar, and special guest Mike Coykendall on Drums and vocals. Produced by Mike Coykendall.


The Mumbles - Conversation, cassette 1989
Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - Defaced To The Point Of Tasteless, 1987
Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - Devil Box of the Gods, Boxset 1988
The Mumbles - Devil Box of the Gods, 4 Cassette boxset, 1988 Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - Donnie And Eileen, cassette 1986
The Mumbles, featuring John E. (vocals, harmonica) and Ken Haug (guitar), go experimental with help from Art Greig and Hap Hazard from The Variation Wave. 


The Mumbles - Interview on KMUW, 1986
The Mumbles interviewed on KMUW Aftermidnight on 02/22/86 by deejay Mark L. Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - KMUW BASH 1988
The Wichita-based punk/rock band from the late 1980s and 1990s The Mumbles performing live at the KMUW Aftermidnight BASH annual fund-raiser in 1988. This is a really great set from another BASH performance from that year, soundboard recording.


The Mumbles - Live at the 3D Klubb, 1986

The Mumbles - Live at the 3D Klubb, 02/22/86 Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - Live at the Anti-Prom 1990
The Wichita-based punk/rock band from the late 1980s and 1990s The Mumbles performing live at the KMUW Aftermidnight Anti-Prom in 1990 (Audience recording).


The Mumbles - Live at the KMUW BASH 1988
The Wichita-based punk/rock band from the late 1980s and 1990s The Mumbles performing live at the KMUW Aftermidnight BASH annual fund-raiser on September 17, 1988. Includes KMUW Aftermidnight Promo Spots performed by John Eberly at the end of side two.


The Mumbles - Live at Woodys Backdoor, 1985
The Mumbles - Live at Woodys Backdoor in Wichita, Kansasa, 09/14/85

Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).



The Mumbles - Live In The Shed, cassette 1987
Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - Paint It Black, Live 1988
The Mumbles - Paint It Black, recorded live in 1988 at the KMUW Aftermidnight BASH.
Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).



The Mumbles - Raydean, cassette 1989
The Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" who performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - Resurrected From The Shed, 1988
The Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" who performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles - The Devil Box Of The Gods, 1988
Wichita punk/hardcore band "The Mumbles" performed from the early 80s to the late 90s in Wichita, Kansas, releasing a number of recordings on both cassette and CD. The two key members were John Eberly (voice, guitar, sax) and Ken Haug (lead guitar).


The Mumbles Speak - KMUW Sister Midnight, 1987
The Mumbles were one of the more popular bands in Wichita during the 1980s to the early 1990s, this is a self produced radio show made for broadcast on Sister Midnight in 1987. The show features John Eberly and Ken Haug playing tracks from the Mumbles releases and talking about the band between tracks.



 
 
© Copyright 2020 Joel Sanderson & Demolition Kitchen Media, all rights reserved