Solomon Grundy (band)

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Solomon Grundy were a psychedelic rock band from Ellensburg, Washington. They formed in 1989 and released their debut album release in 1990. The band featured Van Conner from the Screaming Trees as a guitarist and vocalist. They released an album called Stone Soup and Other Stories which was later changed to solely Solomon Grundy.

In 1991, the band release a 2-song 45rpm entitled I'm Not A Freak through New Alliance Records.[1][2] Side A has "Spirit of Radio" and Side B has "I'm Not A Freak". It was recorded at New World Video in Ellensburg, Washington and mixed at EGG by Lee McCullough, Lee Conner and Conrad Uno. The album cover cites "Thanks to: Rush, King Krab, Laurie Birdsong, Robert Vodicka, Rod Doak, Dan Peters and Victor Gastelum."[3]

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Year Title Label
1990 Solomon Grundy New Alliance Records
1991 I'm Not A Freak New Alliance Records

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