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David Udell

David Udell
United States
From the St.Louis area, David Udell was a singer, songwriter, guitarist and keyboard player for art rock band Wax Theatricks and avant/pop band Delay Tactics, and worked with Carl Weingarten (using pseudonym Phil Neon) on his early recording Submergings, now (in 2015) striking out on his own.
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David Udell — Orchids David Udell — Orchids
((Not on label) , 2015, )
Carl Weingarten — Pandora's Garage Carl Weingarten — Pandora's Garage
(Linden Music LM2007, 1992, CD)
Carl Weingarten & Joe Venegoni — Critical Path Carl Weingarten & Joe Venegoni — Critical Path
(Multiphase Records CP-CD 02, 1991, CD)
Carl Weingarten & Walter Whitney — Primitive Earth Carl Weingarten & Walter Whitney — Primitive Earth
(Multiphase Records PE-CD 01, 1989, CD)
Carl Weingarten — Laughing at Paradise Carl Weingarten — Laughing at Paradise
(Multiphase Records MP-CD112, 1988/2003, CD)
Delay Tactics — Any Questions? Delay Tactics — Any Questions?
(mp3.com 33619, 1984/2000, CD)
Carl Weingarten / Gale Ormiston — Windfall Carl Weingarten / Gale Ormiston — Windfall
(Multiphase Records WF-003, 1983, LP)
Weingarten Ormiston Neon — Submergings Weingarten Ormiston Neon — Submergings
(Multiphase Records MP-CD 109, 1981/2001, CD)

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