St. Johnny

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St. Johnny
Origin Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1989–1995
Labels Ajax Records (Chicago), Rough Trade Records, Caroline Records, DGC Records, Geffen
Associated acts Grand Mal
Members Bill Whitten
Jim Roberto
Jim Elliot
Tom Goss
Tom Leonard
Wayne Letitia

St. Johnny were a New York-based Rock band, formed in 1989 and split c.1995. They were signed to DGC Records.

Members[edit]

Discography[1][edit]

Singles & EPs[edit]

  • Four Songs (7") (Asthma Record) 1992
  • Go To Sleep (7″) (Ajax Records) 1992
  • A Car or A Boy (7″) (DGC) 1993
  • Gilligan/Live at the Sports Page Cafe… (7″) (Twisted Village) 1994
  • I Give Up/One Of The Boys (7″) (Love Kit) 1994
  • Scuba Diving/Welcome Back Kotter (7″) (DGC)

Full-Length[edit]

  • High As A Kite (Rough Trade(UK)/Caroline(US)) 1993
  • Speed Is Dreaming (DGC) 1994
  • Let It Come Down (DGC) 1995

Tracks Appear On[edit]

  • “Ashes and Slashes” My Companion Turn of the Century (LP) 1990
  • “Wild Goose Chasing” DGC Rarities: Vol.1 (CD) (Geffen Records) 1994
  • “Scuba Diving” Buy-Product (CD, Comp) (Geffen Records) 1995
  • “Scuba Diving” CMJ New Music April – Volume 20 (CD, Promo) (College Music Journal) 1995
  • Incredible Son of Swag (CD) (Geffen/DGC) 1995

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