Kendra Smith Presents The Guild of Temporal Adventurers

Kendra Smith wasn't kidding around when she called her 1994 solo album Five Ways Of Disappearing. Aside from some very low key performances in the late 90s, she's pretty much vanished from the music scene. Or any other scene you'd care to name. Smith is rarely mentioned these days, which is understandable; aside from her work with the Days Of Wine And Roses-era Dream Syndicate, most of her music is out of print. Which is a shame, since that includes two fantastic Opal LPs made in close collaboration with David Roback (who would later take . . .

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