Smegma with Steve MacKay - Thirtyyearsofservice... album flac
- Album: Thirtyyearsofservice...
- FLAC: 1570 mb | MP3: 1229 mb
- Released: 2004
- Style: Experimental
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 782
- Format: WMA XM AUD APE MP4 MMF TTA
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- Recorded At – Smegma Studios
- Pressed By – www.cravedog.com
- Performer – Amazon Bambi, Borneo Jimmy, Burned Mind, Conrad*, Johnn No!, Jusuk Reet Meate*, Oblivia , Zazou Kazoo
- Recorded By – Mark Ellsworth*, Mike Lastra*
NotesRecorded December 2003 at Smegma Studios.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 78277 09222
- Matrix / Runout: WWW.CRAVEDOG.COM 380478 D1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LM26
Thirty Years of Service.
Thirty Years of Service.
Blue Prostitutes & Steve MacKay (of Iggy & The Stooges fame) live at Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York's on Goodbye Blue Monday on October 12 2007. He went on to record on the Stooges "Fun House" album at 19 and still plays on the same Selmer Mark VI Tenor that has become his trademark.
Smegma with Steve MacKay –. Label: Radon – none. Recorded December 2003 at Smegma Studios.
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Radon released the Smegma - Steve Mackay collaboration CD "30 Years of Service" in 2005, his full-length CD "Michigan and Arcturus" in 2006, a vinyl-only release with The Radon Ensemble entitled "Tunnel Diner", and in 2008 Resipiscent released Smegma's "Live 2004" featuring Steve Mackay and Jello Biafra
Steve Mackay (September 25, 1949 – October 10, 2015) was an American tenor saxophonist best known for his membership in the Stooges. His performances are showcased on several tracks on the band's second album, Fun House (1970). In 1970, Mackay was familiar to the Stooges from his work with the Detroit avant-rock pioneers Carnal Kitchen
Stooges saxophonist Steve Mackay played with the group later in the year, and their collaborative CD. Live at No Fun Fest, with clarinetist Perry Robinson, was released by Italian label Qbico in 2006, and Smegma's collaborative LP with Carlos Giffoni and Metalux also appeared that year, as a split release between LAFMS and Giffoni's No Fun Productions. They also released another album on Important (Mirage) as well as a self-titled LP on La Station Radar. I Am Not Artist, a 6 LP/DVD box set of material from throughout the '70s and '80s, was released by Vinyl-on-Demand. Also, around this time, John Wiese, of Sissy Spacek and Bastard Noise, began performing with Smegma.
Steve Mackay, the saxophonist best known for his work with The Stooges, died on 10 October. Mackay first crossed paths with Iggy Pop in Detroit in the late 1960s when he was playing with the group Carnal Kitchen, and he took a key role at The Stooges’s Fun House sessions, particularly on the freeform closing jam "LA Blues". By the early 2000s a new chapter had opened in Mackay’s career, playing with West Coast noise collective Smegma on 2004’s , enjoying a long relationship with label collective Radon, who released his 2010 album Sometimes Like This I Talk, as well as working with underground European labels such as Qbico and Soopa. In 2013 he cropped up on the Muteant Sounds netlabel recording with The Blue Prostitutes, a group including Volcano The Bear's Aaron Moore. His last recordings to surface were released in 2014.