109 Records - 1989
Funky Stairway - Billy Syndrome
Paradise Lost - Maggie Estep
New City - Kirk Kelly
Every Home Has a Setting Sun - Cindy Lee Berryhill
Galaxie 500 Party Song - Paleface
Blisters and Smoke - Tom Clark

Also featuring:
John S. Hall, Bobby Belfiori, Jimmy Kelly, Suzie Unger and Roger Manning
Broome Closet Anti-Folk Sessions (109 Records LP) is a folk-music record in the most literal sense: ten streetwise troubadours addressing the human condition in one of the most inhumane cities in the world, New York, and putting their discontent on record in a tiny Broome Street apartment. You'll recognize a few names on the label, like Roger Manning, Kirk Kelly and Cindy Lee Berryhill. And you'll certainly recognize the sentiments at work and the echo of earlier protest kings (Guthrie, Dylan, Ochs) in these raw but compelling performances. Rolling Stone, March 22, 1990


109 Records - 1988
White Trash - Mark Zero
Naked Animal - Moira Luna
Real Estate Blues - Roger Manning
Prisonville Blues - Lauren Stauber
Blood on the Pavement - Reisbaum
Poor Town - Lach

Also featuring:
Jennifer Blowdryer, Ron Katz, Billy Syndrome, Vanessa Veselka, Joe Hurley, Manon Briere, Steve Witt, Tom Clark, Tom Cuddy, Dave 'D' Man Lindsay, Jason Goodrow, Fred Katz, Steve Gabe and Pete Marks.
White Trash: N.Y. Folk, Volume One (109 Records) is as raw, flawed, charming, obnoxious, and sometimes brilliant as the Loisaida mini-scene that spawned it. Thereby, about as "authentic" as anything can be in this thoroughly fake, overrated one-horse town. Many cuts are more rough sketch than developed conception. (Then so was the Thompkins Square mini-insurrection, you might add.) Still, given the flakiness and factionalism endemic to the milieu, it's commendable they got this quickie together at all, capturing a sub-culture moment, perhaps sustaining its momentum. Village Voice, March 7, 1989


High Times (1990) -- Urban Folk no.9 (2007)