Halfway to a Threeway

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Halfway to a Threeway
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EP by Jim O'Rourke
Released November 22, 1999
Recorded January 1999 - August 1999
Genre Indie rock
Length 21:21
Label Drag City / Domino
Producer Jim O'Rourke/Jeremy Lemos/Konrad Strauss
Jim O'Rourke chronology
Eureka
(1999)
Halfway to a Threeway
(2000)
Insignificance
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars link
Pitchfork Media 8.0/10 link

Halfway to a Threeway is an EP by American musician Jim O'Rourke. It was released on Domino Records in 1999 and Drag City in 2000.

The EP is referenced in the song "Will Got Fooled Again" by Max Tundra from his album Parallax Error Beheads You.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Fuzzy Sun"   2:34
2. "Not Sport, Martial Art"   6:51
3. "The Workplace"   7:42
4. "Halfway to a Threeway"   4:14
Total length:
21:21
  • Track 3 features backing vocals by Sam Prekop and Archer Prewitt of The Sea and Cake

Personnel[edit]

Main personnel
  • Jim O'Rourke – composer, guitar, percussion, piano, primary artist, vocals
  • Glenn Kotche – drums (snare)
  • Rob Mazurek – cornet
  • Archer Prewitt – vocals
  • Sam Prekop – vocals
Additional personnel
  • Jeremy Lemos – assistant engineer, recording
  • Konrad Strauss – mastering
  • Jim Newberry – photography