Country of origin:
U.S. & England
Type of music generally:
This album is most likely a one-off
Hugh Hopper links: for albums, Cuneiform Records or Floating Worlds Records
Caveman Shoestore, Tone Dogs. (Neile)
Hugh Hopper's music
This album is Caveman Shoestore with Hugh Hopper, formerly of Soft Machine. Strange and wonderful off-beat music. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
Caveman Hughscore is the only one
Caveman Hughscore (1995)
1995—Tim Kerr Records—TK95CD093
Wide in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.
Recommended for lovers of experimental, off-beat music, or fans of Caveman Shoestore, Soft Machine or the Tone Dogs
Hugh Hopper—fuzz bass, bass, double-speed basses, cats, wah feedback bass
Jen Harrison—French horn
An interesting mix of sound and voice. Fairly mellow. I like it but I think I like Caveman Shoestore's own work just a little more. (Neile)
Write Tim Kerr Records (address above), or email Hugh Hopper at email@example.com
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