Singer/songwriter/guitarist Moris Tepper first gained attention playing guitar as member of Captain Beefheart's Magic Band, performing on such albums as Ice Cream for Crow and Doc at the Radar Station. He played on Tom Waits' Franks Wild Years, and on a handful of Frank Black's albums. In 1995, the Japanese Polystar Records label released his "folk-alt" side project Eggtooth's album Sundowner. A year later, Tepper self-released his debut solo album, Big Enough to Disappear, on his own Candlebone label. He followed it in 2003 with Moth to Mouth, and Head Off appeared the following year. His fourth solo album was 2008's Stingray in the Heart. In 2010, he released A Singer Named Shotgun Throat. ~ William RuhlmannPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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