Unreleased Discoraphy

Pictured is
 "What's Wrong With the People of Today?"
the very first Skafish recording made at age 14.

"Five O’clock Face"
(1st piece written specifically for the Skafish band)

Recorded 1974
Producer, Writer: Skafish

Track:

1) Five O’clock Face ~ Written in 1974

Personnel & Credits:

Skafish : Vocals, Piano

Studio: Skafish’s home
Engineer: Skafish

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“1st Skafish Demo Tape”

Recorded August 1976
Producer, Writer, Arrangements: Skafish

Tracks:

 1) Knuckle Sandwich ~ Written in 1975-76
2) They Give You Bad Feelings ~ Written in 1974
3) Maybe One Time ~ Written in 1975-76
4) Executive Exhibitionist ~ Written in 1975-76

Personnel & Credits:

Skafish: Vocals, Piano, Organ
Larry Mazalan: Guitar
David Prochazka: Electric Piano, Organ
Greg Sarchet: Bass Guitar
Larry Mysliwiec: Drums, Percussion

Studio: Rainbow Bridge Studios, Libertyville, Illionis
Engineer: Unknown

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“2nd Skafish Demo Tape”

Recorded October 12, 1977 & Mixed October 17, 1977
Producer: Robin McBride
Writer, Arrangements: Skafish

Tracks:

1) You Invited Me ~ Written in 1976-77
2) Tattle Tale ~ Written in 1976-77
3) No Liberation Here ~ Written in 1977
4) Sign Of The Cross ~ Written in 1975-76

Personnel & Credits:

Skafish: Vocals, Piano
Larry Mazalan: Guitar, Vocals
Karen Winner: Guitar, Vocals
David Prochazka: Electric Piano, Organ, Vocals
Greg Sarchet: Bass Guitar, Vocals
Larry Mysliwiec: Drums, Percussion

Studio: Hedden West Studios, Schaumburg, Illinois
Engineer: Mike Freeman

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“1978 3-song session”
(which gave birth to the 1st Skafish record release)

Recorded July 16, 1978 & August 3, 1978
Producer, Writer: Skafish
Arrangements: Skafish (with special assistance from Scott Cameron and all band members)

Track:

1) There’s A World ~ Written in 1977

Personnel & Credits:

Skafish: Vocals, Piano, Vibes
Larry Mazalan: Guitar, Vocals
Karen Winner: Guitar, Vocals
Mark Winner: Electric Piano, Vocals
Greg Sarchet: Bass Guitar, Vocals
Larry Mysliwiec: Drums, Percussion

Studios:  Music tracks recorded live at Skafish’s basement in East Chicago, Indiana on 7-16-1978
Vocals and Music overdubs recorded at Pumpkin Studios in Oak Lawn, Illinois on 8-3-78
Engineers: Ken Rasek (live music tracks) - Gary Loizzo (vocals and music overdubs)

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“1981 Skafish Demo Tape”

Recorded December 1981
Producer, Writer, Arrangements: Skafish

Tracks:

1) Wild Night Tonight ~ Written in 1981
2) There’s A World ~ Written in 1977
3) She Lives For Love ~ Written in 1977

Personnel & Credits:

Skafish: Vocals, Keyboards, Piano
Ken Bronowski: Guitar, Vocals
Barbie Goodrich: Vocals
Javier Cruz: Synthesizers, Keyboards, Vocals
Lee Gatlin: Bass
Larry Mysliwiec: Drums, Percussion

Studio:  Pumpkin Studios - Oak Lawn, Illinois
Engineer: Gary Loizzo

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“Rejected masters for the 2nd Skafish album”

Recorded November 1-12 1982 
Producer, Writer, Arrangements:  Skafish

Tracks:

1) Let’s Play Doctor ~ Written in 1977
2) Home Invader ~ Written in 1977
3) Barbie Doll Dream House (with Barbie Goodrich & Skafish monologue) ~ Written in 1981
4) Barbie Doll Dream House (with only Barbie Goodrich monologue ) ~ Written in 1981
5) “We’ll See,” Daddy Says (The Chicago Cubs Baseball Game) ~ Written in 1976
6) You Invited Me Here ~ Written in 1976-77
7) Executive Exhibitionist ~ Written in 1975-76

Personnel & Credits:

Skafish:  Vocals, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizers, Guitar
Ken Bronowski:  Guitar, Vocals
Barbie Goodrich:  Vocals
Javier Cruz:  Synthesizers, Keyboards, Vocals
Lee Gatlin:  Bass
Larry Mysliwiec:  Drums, Percussion

Studio:  Pumpkin Studios, Oak Lawn, Illinois
Engineer: Gary Loizzo

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Sessions for “Limited Series Cassette”

Recorded February, November, December, 1987 & February, 1988
Producers: Skafish/Gary Loizzo
Executive Producers:  Skafish/Sandy Starrett
Writer, Arrangements: Skafish

Track:

1) Where is James Bond? (When You Really Need Him) - (Bass and Drums Mix) ~ Written in 1986

Personnel & Credits

Skafish:  Vocals, Keyboards, Synthesizers, Guitars, Drum Programming, Percussion

Studio:  Pumpkin Studios, Oak Lawn, Illinois
Engineer:  Gary Loizzo

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