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Jonathan Segel

music and videos  

To listen (and buy/download) to nearly everything, go to Music.JSegel.com  (see below)
you can find music HERE on iTunes!  
Recent additions to the musical universe includ Shale's "Current", a collaboration with Tom Shad and others (see Bandcamp page, below) and some recent electronic music pieces and "remixes" (see Soundcloud page)
Below: SoundCloud playlist and a few video clips from the Jonathan Segel YouTube channel:

Spotify playlist of songs from various rock albums --->

Sleep For A Hundred Years from 2017's "Superfluity" album.

Someday Our Love Will Sell Us Out

from Camper Van Beethoven's 2013

album "La Costa Perdida"

Mirror Colored Thing

from "Edgy Not Antsy" (2003)

I Know You Know Me

from "All Attractions"

at the Fillmore in San Francisco

(Ever and) Always from 2012's 
"All Attractions"

Summer Days
from Camper Van Beethoven's 2013
album "La Costa Perdida"

Can't Help It

from "Honey"  (2008)

improvised electronica at the Luggage Store in San Francisco, July 3, 2007.

I Heart My Doghead from 2012's "Apricot Jam"

Come Down the Coast
from Camper Van Beethoven's 2013
album "La Costa Perdida"

Sept. 17 2011

Improvised rock show at the Camp-Out in Pioneertown, CA

Love The Witch, etc... solo show April 3, 2009 at the Palms in Winters, CA

(music from "Storytelling")

A guide to the listings below:
Row 1 & 2: most recent music, mostly rock albums. "Shine Out" (2014) "All Attractions" (2012) and "Honey" (2008) are the latest albums of songs, "Apricot Jam" is the bonus disc that came with "All Attractions", all instrumental. "Storm Starts Stopping" is instrumental soundtrack to 2014. "Turn Slowly..." is some outtakes and extra music from the period between all of these albums. "The Space..." is built from an outtake of  the track Interstitial Undertow from "Honey". "Horseshoes and Hand Grenades" is a sort of greatest hits package! 
Row 3-4: rock albums in reverse time-sorted order, 2003-1988
Row 5: electronic and electro-acoustic music, 2001-2007, in order of accessibility (!) most to least.
Row 6: electroacoustic/improvised music from Chaos Butterfly.
Row 7: Dent (1995 and 1998) albums, a crypto-supergroup, and Sideways (~1993?) a SF rock band.
Row 8 & 9: the "Plane Crash Tapes", #1 is from 1992 or so, the others gathered up and put together a few years back. All outtakes and generally weird things. All sorts of music, from any of the other potential rows...
Row 9 & 10: Film scores, starting with "The Invisibles". Features and shorts.
Row 11 & 12: Dance Company music, from several different dance performances over the past 20 years or so.