FEW OF KID CONGO POWERS PRODUCTION CREDITS
conjunction with members of L7
and the Geraldine
Fibbers, Kid got together a benefit to help create
John Alford’s album. Alford was dying of complications
relating to AIDS during the project and, two months after he completed
the record, tragically passed away. Kid was the executive producer
of this project.
Smoky Ends Of A Burnt Out Day
Factory Press are the Calla
boys plus one – before they became Calla. This bunch mailed
Kid in Los Angeles when they were still Texans in regards to producing
their record. Somehow they all wound up in New York and Powers,
detecting a special something in the lads, agreed to do the job.
They pared down to a trio, changed the name, and the rest, as
they say is,… whatever. Someone should hire this guy to
Record Collector 2000
Congo Powers produced and played guitar on this critically acclaimed
indie pop record by Philadelphia singer/songwriter Chet
Delcampo. Subtle, sparse dark pretty stuff.
New York Night Train , 2006