The Clumsy Lovers
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Discography

“After The Flood” Release date: September 2003. Recorded at Mushroom Studios in Vancouver, BC. Produced by John Webster, mastered by Eddy Schuyer at Oasis Mastering, Los Angeles, CA. A full-length album, featuring 15 new and original Clumsy Lovers songs

“Under The Covers” Released January 2002. A twelve-track collection of songs originally performed by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Pogues, and many others. Recorded and mixed at Beatty Lane Recording Studios. Produced by Chris Jonat, Shael Wrinch and Trevor Rogers.

“Still Clumsy After All These Years” 2001. Two-CD set featuring 14 previously released tunes, six new tracks, and CD-rom video. Compiled by Chris Jonat. New tracks recorded and mixed by Shael Wrinch at Beatty Lane Recording Studios. Produced by Chris Jonat and Shael Wrinch

“LIVE!” 2000. Recorded by Shael Wrinch at concerts in Portland and Seattle. Mixed by Shael at Beatty Lane Recording Studios. Produced by Chris Jonat and Shael Wrinch.

“Barnburner” 1999. Recorded and mixed at Beatty Lane Recording Studios. Produced by Chris Jonat Trevor Rogers and Shael Wrinch.

“Picture This” 1998. Recorded at Hipposonic Studios. Mixed at Rat’s Ass Studio. Produced by The Clumsy Lovers, mixed by Colin Nairne.

“Six Million Dollar Band” 1995. Recorded and mixed at Bullfrog Recording Studio. Produced by Chris Jonat, Quintin Rybuck and Ian Tarasoff.

“Red Tape” 1994 (on cassette only). Recorded live at Turtle Recording Studio. Produced by The Clumsy Lovers.

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The Clumsy Lovers were formed in the fall of 1993 and remain an entirely independent operation. Their records have sold over 17,000 copies. During 2002, the Clumsy Lovers, based out of Vancouver, BC, played over 270 shows all over th eUSA and Western Canada.

"A rock rhythm section, off-the-speedometer vocals, and manic fiddling and banjo picking ... bluegrass/celtic folk power pop".
- Houston Press

"A high impact collision of celtic and bluegrass."
- L.A. Weekly