Dana Countryman, solo

"Pop! The Incredible, Fantastic
Retro Pop World of Dana Countryman"

(Sterling Swan Records CD / Download,
September, 2013 )
(Seventeen original vocal pop tunes)


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Retro '60s-style Vocal Pop!

© 2013 Friends/Romans Music BMI

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"Moog-Tastic!"
(CD, 2010)
(Dana Countryman Moog solo album)

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All-synthesizer craziness, including 10 originals, and 3 cover songs.

© 2010 Friends/Romans Music BMI

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 "American Pop"

(Cassette, 1991)
Purely Promotional Records, 1991 (out of print)

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Adult-Oriented vocal Pop

Out of Print

© 1991 Friends/Romans Music BMI

Twelve original songs, in the singer-songwriter mode.
Only given out as promotion, which led to absolutely nothing.

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Tricia and Dana Countryman:


"In Harmony"

(Sterling Swan Records CD),
September, 2012 )
(Seventeen cover versions of vocal jazz tunes)


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Vocal Jazz-Pop, in the style of the Manhattan Transfer,
and the Carpenters


© 2012 Sterling Swan Records

Out of Print

 

Jean-Jacques Perrey
and Dana Countryman:


 "The Happy Electropop
Music Machine"

(CD, Oglio Records 2006)

Duo CD with Jean-Jacques Perrey,
available on Amazon.com and iTunes, and in stores.



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"Destination Space"

(CD, Oglio Records 2008)

Duo CD with Jean-Jacques Perrey,
Available on Amazon.com and iTunes, and in stores.



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"Switched On Bob
"
A Tribute to Bob Moog
(Bella Casa Music/ Cherry Red CD, 2009)
(Various Artists)


Italian Moog Tribute CD, One track by Perrey and Countryman:
"Chicken On The Rocks"



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 "Galactic Hits"

(CD, 2009)
(Various Artists)
One track by Perrey and Countryman:
"The Toy Trumpet" / "Huckleberry Duck"

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Special giveaway disc for Vibrations Magazine,
given to its' subcribers.

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Out of Print

 

 "Raymond Scott Songbook"
(CD, 2013)
(Various Artists)
One track by Perrey and Countryman:
"The Toy Trumpet" / "Huckleberry Duck"

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Special limited edition 2-CD set, plus printed materials.

Japan

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Various Compilations,
featuring Dana solo Moog tracks :


 "Two Zombies Later"
Various Artists

Comfort Stand Recordings, 2003
One Dana Countryman track: "Cocktails In Space"



 
"Interplanetary Materials
"
Various Artists

Comfort Stand Recordings, 2004
One Dana Countryman track: "Lovesick Martian Boy"



 
"Switched On Bob"
"A Tribute to Bob Moog"
Various Artists
Bella Casa Records, Italy

Italian Moog Tribute CD

One Dana Countryman track: "Cocktails in Space"



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More info, and audio samples here

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"Synthesizers Dotcom Collective"

(CD, 2009)
(Various Artists)

One track by Dana Countryman:
"Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 14, Third Movement"


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Organized and released by members of
the synthesizers.com newsgroup,
with the CD consisting of tracks created by 12 of its' members.

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As a member of

The Pink Things were a Seattle-based vocal comedy group,
that performed in cabarets, clubs and theaters from 1986-1990.
Dana Countryman was the leader, arranger and musical director.


 "
Wooters and Hoohahs"
(Cassette, 1987)
Momo Records (out of print)




(Dana Countryman, Tamara Martin,
Maureen McKenna, and Bob Kaiser)


Out of Print


These cassettes were sold at our shows, and by mail order, until my former best friend Bob Kaiser left the band, and then threatened to sue us (!!)

Thusly, we meticulously wiped his vocals off the tracks, and
totally re-recorded the album, deleting 3 old songs, and adding 3 new ones,
all featuring our wonderful new baritone Bob Overman ("new and improved Bob").

The album was re-titled "Fear of Underwear".

(Oh, the fun of being in bands!)


 
"Fear of Underwear"
(Momo Records CD, 1989)

(Available by mail order only, from Countryman's web site)


(Dana Countryman, Tamara Martin,
Maureen McKenna, and Bob Overman)

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(Sample: "Hal and Lulu")
© 1987 Friends/Romans Music BMI

Several of our songs were featured on the Dr. Demento show,
and we appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show twice.


 
"Live at the Hilton"
Seattle, WA, 1989
(Momo Records CD, 2005)

(Available by mail order only, from Countryman's web site)
(Brenda Sonnier replacing Maureen McKenna)




(Dana Countryman, Tamara Martin,
Brenda Sonnier, and Bob Overman)


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(Sample: "Provin' My Love for Jodie")
© 1987 Friends/Romans Music BMI

Released 14 years after the demise of the group!

More info on The Amazing Pink Things here.

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