The Trypes - Here Come the Warm Jets

Here Come The Warm Jets by Speed the Plough
Brian Eno's "Here Come the Warm Jets" as performed by The Trypes on December 7, 1983 at Folk City, Greenwich Village. (via Speed The Plough Soundcloud)

Acute Records will be releasing Trypes' compilation "Music for Neighbors" on vinyl, featuring the entire "Explorer’s Hold" EP (Coyote, 1984) and the digital download code for their seven additional rehearsal recordings. Also it includes a large-format 8 page booklet with notes from John, Marc and Glenn, and an introduction by Ira Kaplan (of Yo La Tengo). Due out on April 27th. Tracklisting and album teaser, HERE.
Trypes has been known as a psychedelic folk rock band from suburban New Jersey, in the early 80s. The band was formed in 1982 by John Baumgartner, Toni Paruta, Marc Francia and Elbrus Kelemet, and later joined by some Feelies, Glenn Mercer, Bill Million, Young Wu's Dave Weckerman, Stan Demeski and Brenda Sauter. Later... in 1984, Speed the Plough rose out of the ashes of The Trypes.

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