Jim Callahan


Over You

Over You

Buckle up and meet Dilbert and his crown of thorns. This is not to slick for college radio. It’s chock full of distorted guitar, disjointed overlayed vocals, melodies that rarely go where you expect, dark self deprecating lyrics and the ominous feeling that our friend Tim was on a sinking ship. 

Baby Down

Baby Down

I guarantee you will enjoy this compilation.  Very well produced and chock-full of down-tempo songs with memorable melodies, memories, tragedy,orchestrations and beautifully bizarre transitions. Sorry… I don’t know who plays on this.

sad cowboy

sad cowboy

This album had 5 rounds of mixes with new songs being added and subtracted along the way. Some of the songs that didn’t make it are absolutely great—maybe a bit too mainstream for Tim? Included here is a collection of those outtakes, lost songs, whatever—no extra charge!

A Hard Days Night

A Hard Days Night

Dale Wanted to be heard. Through his music he expresses everything from pain and hatred to pain and nausea and it is beautiful. Very rarely did he write about hope or happiness but each song had such heartfelt sentiment that it is hard to seperate the pain from the act of creativity.

Full Blown Dave

Full Blown Dave

AWF’s loudest release, featuring Full Blown Sound (R), was largely inspired by the 18th century poem of the same name. The poem has been attributed to Sir Thomas Rampling Cluxton, who founded a utopian colony on the Greek island of Bathos in 1793.

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