Walter Salas-Humara – Radar. Label: Normal – NORMAL 193. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Guitar – Kevin Salem (tracks: A4, B1, B2), Walter Salas-Humara (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5). Mastered By – Chris Bellman. Mixed By – Dave Bassett, Dave McNair, Walter Salas-Humara. Organ – Jeff Muendel (tracks: A4, B1 to B4). Photography By – Ignacio Salas-Humara. Producer – Walter Salas-Humara. Sleeve, Design – Olaf Meyer. Violin – Mary Rowell (tracks: A1, A2, A6, B5).
Walter Salas-Humara has always been better off when he doesn't try to "rock out" and instead plays more homespun fare like "Mary's Getting Married" or "Commodore Peter". There was a time in the early nineties when the Silos could have been a genius cross between early Replacements and Dylan, but it just never got there and then Bob Rupe left the band. Still check out the first couple Silos records as there are some great tunes, and leave "Radar" for more die hard fans.
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Walter Salas-Humara is the chief songwriter for and a founding member of The Silos, a rock band formed in 1985 in New York City with Bob Rupe. The Silos were voted the Best New American Band in the Rolling Stone Critics Poll of 1987, and have released more than a dozen albums to date.
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The Silos is a rock band formed by Walter Salas-Humara and Bob Rupe in New York City in 1985. Prior to starting the Silos, Salas-Humara had been a member of The Vulgar Boatmen, and Rupe was in Florida bands, The Roll N Pinz, The Cichlids, Crank and The Bobs. The Silos put out the independently released album About Her Steps in 1986, which received a warm critical reception. The band's 1987 follow-up album, Cuba, also independently released, received even more recognition
Salas-Humara began writing songs while he was a student at the University of Florida in Gainesville in the early '80s (where he played in an early version of the Vulgar Boatmen), and by 1985 he had relocated to New York City and was eager to record an album. Salas-Humara began working with bassist and guitarist Bob Rupe, another former Floridian.
|1||Three, Two, One And More
Violin – Mary RowellVocals [Additional] – Dave BassettVocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums – WSH*
|2||Be Honest With Me
Bass – Tom FreundViolin – Mary RowellVocals, Guitar, Drum Programming – WSH*
Bass, Vocals [Additional] – Michael Ward Tambourine – Dave McNairVocals, Guitar, Drums – WSH*
|4||Letter To Send
Bass – Tom FreundGuitar – Kevin SalemOrgan – Jeff MuendelVocals – WSH*
|5||The Light From The Box
Bass – Tom FreundOrgan, Vocals [Additonal] – Lisa MednickVocals, Guitar, Drums – WSH*
Bass – Greg AsfarDrums – Daren HessTambourine – Dave McNairViolin – Mary RowellVocals, Guitar – WSH*
|7||One More Dance
Bass – Tom FreundGuitar – Kevin SalemOrgan – Jeff MuendelSlide Guitar – Ron Rogers Vocals [Additional] – Amy AllisonVocals, Guitar, Drums – WSH*
|8||I Won You Won
Bass – Tom FreundGuitar – Kevin SalemOrgan – Jeff MuendelVocals [Additional] – Amy AllisonVocals, Guitar, Drums – WSH*
Bass – Tom FreundOrgan – Jeff MuendelVocals – Janas HoytVocals, Guitar,drums – WSH*
Bass – Michael Ward Organ – Jeff MuendelVocals [Additional] – Amy AllisonVocals, Guitar, Drums – WSH*
Bass – JD FosterMandolin [Octave] – Ryan HedgecockVocals [Additional] – Amy AllisonVocals, Guitar – WSH*
|422208||Walter Salas-Humara||Radar (CD, Album)||Last Call Records||422208||France||1995|
|NORMAL 193||Walter Salas-Humara||Radar (CD)||Normal||NORMAL 193||France||1995|
|RUN-006||Walter Salas-Humara||Radar (CD, Album)||Running Circle||RUN-006||Spain||1995|
|NORMAL 193||Walter Salas-Humara||Radar (LP, Album)||Normal||NORMAL 193||Germany||1995|
|CTX034CD||Walter Salas-Humara||Radar (CD, Album)||Cortex||CTX034CD||Australia||1995|