I quietly released a solo album a little while back. It's called "I Remember When All This Was Trees" and you can listen to all 11 of these tracks below.
The whole project was a test on two different levels. The first goal was to do something creative that dealt with my memories and the history of the city of Detroit. The second was to write, perform and record the entire thing myself. It may have taken me over a year, but I managed to accomplish both of those goals.
Each track is available here for free download. Please feel free to send them around and share with your friends (and even more so your enemies). If you want to toss a buck or two in the proverbial hat, paypal knows me at cassdetroitATaolDOTcom
I really feel the best way to enjoy the songs is on the vinyl LP available over at http://www.cassrecords.com
Each copy is hand-inscribed/assembled and comes with a code for free download of the tracks. It's pressed on 180-gram vinyl and is limited to 300 copies.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Thanks for listening.
Blood on the Airwaves (for Charles Johnson) by cassdetroit
I Can't See Through Plywood Windows by cassdetroit
National Sound Corporation by cassdetroit
Zero Tolerance Soul Commandos by cassdetroit
48222 by cassdetroit
The Sainthood of Father Solanus Casey by cassdetroit
The Summit (Can You Dig It?) by cassdetroit
Gordon Newton, 1970 by cassdetroit
Tribal Rites of the New Sunday Morning by cassdetroit
The Nain Rouge by cassdetroit
To The Corktown Couple Who Survived the Titanic by cassdetroit