Papa Ghostface

photos by chrisy husanik; manipulated by jw.

with gord

Papa Ghostface was a two-headed monster that just wanted to knit you a sweater — something odd-looking but surprisingly comfortable.

There were two distinct arcs to the life of this weird little band. The first phase stretched from about 1998 to 2002, though we morphed into a larger, different band around the halfway mark. Following more than a decade of cryogenic stasis, during which Gord (the other half of PG) formed the long-running and always-evolving band Surdaster and I had a slew of solo adventures, an unexpected reunion produced some of our best music. It wasn’t fated to last, but at least we got a solid ending to the Papa Ghostface story with WHAT WE LOST IN THE FLOOD.

If you hover your mouse over these thumbnail images you’ll get a brief description of each album. Clicking on any given image will take you to a dedicated album page with more in-depth discussion, along with song samples, period-correct handwritten lyrics, and videos (where applicable).

PAPA GHOSTFACE - STEW (2015)

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