J Mascis

Joseph Donald Mascis

Also known as J, J. Mascis, J.Mascis, J.Masols, Jay Mascis, Joseph Mascis, Mascis
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://jmascis.com/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Mascis

Discography of J Mascis:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Martin + Me

14 mp3 1996
2

J Mascis Live At CBGB's: The First Acoustic Show

12 mp3 2006
3

The John Peel Sessions

13 mp3 2003 Strange Fruit
4

Album

14 mp3 1996 WEA Records
5

Leaving On A Jet Plane b/w Too Hard

2 mp3 2001-09-00 Sub Pop
6

Jean Sandwich

4 mp3 2011-03-00 Heroine Celestial Agriculture
7

Several Shades Of Why

10 mp3 2011-03-15 Sub Pop
8

Several Shades Of Why

10 mp3 2011-03-15 Sub Pop
9

Daytrotter Session

5 mp3 2011-06-06 Daytrotter
10

Is It Done

2 mp3 2011 Sub Pop
11

Not Enough

3 mp3 2011 Sub Pop
12

J Mascis Live At CBGB's: The First Acoustic Show

12 mp3 2006
13

Circle

2 mp3 2011-11-22 Sub Pop
14

Several Shades Of Why

20 mp3 2011
15

Big Orange Studios 6/6/2011

5 mp3 2011-06-06 Daytrotter
16

Several Shades Of Why

10 mp3 2011-03-15 Sub Pop
17

Fade Into You

2 mp3 2013-07-00 Keep
18

Several Shades Of Why

12 mp3 2011-03-02 P-Vine Records
19

Tied To A Star

10 mp3 2014 Sub Pop
20

Tied To A Star

10 mp3 2014 Sub Pop
21

Tied To A Star

10 mp3 2014-08-26 Sub Pop
22

Tied To A Star

10 mp3 2014-08-25 Sub Pop
23

J Mascis Live At CBGB's: The First Acoustic Show

12 mp3 2014-09-08 Music On Vinyl
24

Several Shades Of Why

10 mp3 2011-03-15 Sub Pop
25

J Mascis Live At CBGB's: The First Acoustic Show

12 mp3 2014 Music On Vinyl
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Best known as the remote frontman of the influential indie trio Dinosaur Jr., [bJ Mascis[/b was also an occasional producer and film composer. Born December 10, 1965 in Amherst, Massachusetts, he first emerged as a member of the hardcore unit Deep Wound, founding Dinosaur in 1984. Over the course of acclaimed LPs like 1987's You're Living All Over Me and 1988's Bug, the group emerged among the most highly regarded in alternative rock, with [bJ Mascis[/b' creaky, Neil Young-like vocals and monolithic guitar leads becoming primary influences on the burgeoning grunge movement. The group temporarily disbanded in 1989, largely to allow the legendarily non-communicative singer the opportunity to dismiss bassist Lou Barlow, who went on to form Sebadoh; in the meantime, [bJ Mascis[/b sat in on drums with a series of bands, among them Velvet Monkeys, The and GobbleHoof, even producing the latter's eponymous 1990 LP. Upon re-forming Dinosaur Jr. in 1991, he scored Allison Anders' independent film Gas Food Lodging a year later, making a cameo appearance in the picture itself; he and Anders became regular collaborators in the years to follow, most notably on her feature Grace of My Heart. In the meantime, [bJ Mascis[/b also produced records for pals including fIREHOSE (Mr. Machinery Operator) and Tad (Inhaler), and in 1996 issued his solo debut Martin and Me. After 1997's Hand It Over, Dinosaur Jr. disbanded. Keeping on with his personal musical eclecticism, [bJ Mascis[/b and his new outfit J Mascis + The Fog issued More Light in fall 2000. Featuring appearances from avant garde guitarist Kevin Shields and Guided By Voices vocalist Bob Pollard, the record was a fine return to form that excited Dinosaur Jr. fans who had been disappointed with his acoustic record. A tour with Elf Power followed, featuring longtime friend Mike Watt on bass and Stooges, The guitarist Ron Asheton at several tour dates. It was his riff-heavy jams with Asheton and Watt that inspired much of the music he started writing for his follow-up, as well as several skydiving experiences. When he stepped back into the studio, he kept the guest appearances down to a minimum and recorded Feel So Free for a 2002 release.

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