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Happy Holidays! Barry Thomas Goldberg's
Mother Of Exile ©2005 All Rights Reserved
From "American Grotesque" Available online at CDBaby
Photo by Bruce Alden Burt
12//07/05 A Christmas Present! Free Download!
Christmas Robbery
©1997 All Rights Reserved
From the Ironweeds 1997 CD Dr. Wormwood's Monkey Theatre
Written and Sung by Barry Thomas Goldberg.

Produced by Barry Thomas Goldberg and Gary Paulak
Bass Guitar: Jay Arthur Lee
Keyboards and Vocals: Arne Fogel
Drums: Scott Homan
11//05/05
Free Download:
"The Dogs Of War"

©2005 All Rights Reserved
Barry Thomas Goldberg
To The People Of France!
(Photo taken at The Dogs Of War session)
10/13/2005
Fingertips Music
, the blog-ified version, Tuesday September 06, 2005, week of Sept. 4-10 on This Week's Finds, lists Barry Thomas Goldberg's
"Remember New Orleans".
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10/13/2005
Fingertips Music
, the blog-ified version, Tuesday September 06, 2005, week of Sept. 4-10 on This Week's Finds, lists Barry Thomas Goldberg's
"Remember New Orleans".
fingertipsmusic.blogspot.com/
 
   
09/03/2005 To Juniper the Faboo in loving memory of her brother Lothar, King of the Hill People.
Special thanks to Arne Fogel on trumpet. Produced by Goldberg/Paulak
Barry Thomas Goldberg.
"Jenna Jenna and Brother Blue
"
©2005 All Rights Reserved
 
     

"Remember New Orleans"
©2005 All Rights Reserved.
To the people...
08/16/2005 Barry Thomas Goldberg "Black Dynamite (Charley Burley)". To August Wilson, for his encouragement and inspiration, and to Mike Morgan, best corner man in my world. Barry Thomas Goldberg - Guitar and Vocals, Gary Paulak - Bass, Arne Fogel - Drums.
For your listening pleasure or click here to download Black Dynamite (Charley Burley) ©2005 All Rights Reserved
08/01/2005 Barry Thomas Goldberg "Post Tart Girl". Dedicated to the Post Tarts on the Current Forum.
For your listening pleasure or click here to download: Post Tart Girl ©2005 All Rights Reserved
   
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  Barry Thomas Goldberg and Gary Paulak started their first band, The Shambles, as teenagers, in 1966. They recorded six songs at Dove Studios. Peter Steinberg and Dale Menten (Run Run Run), of Candy Floss Productions, took the tapes to New York where they were discovered by Seymour Stein and Richard Gottehrer, who were starting a new label named Sire Records. One of the songs "World War II In Cincinnati" ( The Shambles) was released by Atco records. Another song became a regional hit record for T.C. Atlantic, "Twenty Years Ago In Speedy's Kitchen" (Parrot 1967). Goldberg and Paulak released the first single on Sire Records under the name "Eric Marshal And The Chymes". Goldberg and Paulak became disenchanted with writing pop songs so when Steinberg wanted to use studio musicians on their next single, they walked away from the deal forming their own band "Batch". Throughout the early 70's, Batch recorded over 40 songs in the studio, produced by Dale Menten. Only one record was ever released —"Golden Sun/Hot Summer Nights", in 1972. After playing years on the road the band broke up in 1974. Goldberg recorded a folk album produced by Michael Yonkers titled "Misty Flats". Goldberg then formed a successful Minneapolis band called "Barry T Goldberg and The Hwy 52 Band" (which included future Prince drummer Bobby Z). In 1980, Goldberg recorded an album named "When The Night Comes", produced by Cliff Davies (Ted Nugent producer) and Ric Browde (who produced Ted Nugent, Poison and Joan Jett). After a disappointing third album, "Absolute Zero", Goldberg moved to Los Angeles to pursue a screenplay writing career. In 1991, Gary Paulak returned from Seattle, Goldberg returned from Los Angeles, and they formed an alt. country band called "The Ironweeds". The Ironweeds played in Minneapolis and released one album, "Dr. Wormwood's Monkey Theater". The group disbanded in 1999. Goldberg and Paulak then recorded the music for two indie film soundtracks — Jay Lee's Flutterblast and Mystagogos. In 2002 Goldberg began recording "Empire Moon" and in 2003 Goldberg recorded "Cottonwood", both produced by Goldberg/Paulak for Ironweeds Productions. The CDs are political rock & roll at its finest.  
 
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