Indre Recording Studio
Indre Sessions: 1999, Pandemonium
With the release of INDRE SESSIONS, his critically acclaimed 5th LP on his Pandemonium label, rock 'n roll poet Kenn Kweder continues his tradition of uncompromising vision and one-of-a-kind songwriting.
Like his previous efforts, 1989's Man Overboard and 1991's Flesh, Blood & Blue, and 1995's self-titled Kenn Kweder, INDRE SESSIONS, named for Indre Studios at which it was recorded, combines many different styles from his formidable songbook. All are identified by the same incisive writing and passionate singing that have always defined Kenn's art. From the earliest days of his songwriting and performing career, Kenn has been an alternative to insincere posturing; an alternative to flavor-of-the-month hype; an alternative to the mediocrity and complacency that has traditionally infected so much of rock music. And while many have surpassed this one-of-a-kind artist in terms -of commercial success, few, if any, have matched his ability to consistently deliver music of uncompromising artistic vision and integrity.
Once again with INDRE SESSIONS, Kweder, the legendary "Bard of South Street" has focused an unerring eye on the human condition and created--either alone or with the help of co-writers--ten pieces of music that capture, in a matter of minutes, the essence of anger and elation, success and failure, condemnation and redemption. Definitely check it!
1. Torn Rice
2. New Hampshire
3. January February
4. Words and Dreams
6. Pandemonium and the Scare
7. Remember me
9. Many Waters
10. The Girl with the Dylan Flowers