Daniel Johnston

Daniel Johnston

Daniel Dale Johnston (nascido em 22 de janeiro de 1961) é um cantor americano, compositor, músico e artista. Johnston foi o tema do documentário "The Devil and Daniel Johnston" de 2006. Ele atualmente vive em Waller, Texas.
Songs of Pain (Stress Records cassette, 1981)
Don't Be Scared (Stress Records cassette, 1982)
The What of Whom (Stress Records cassette, 1982)
More Songs of Pain (Stress Records cassette, 1983)
Yip/Jump Music (Stress Records cassette, 1983; CD issued on Homestead, 1989)
Hi, How Are You (Stress Records cassette, 1983; issued with Continued Story on Homestead, 1989)
Retired Boxer (Stress Records cassette, 1984)
Respect (Stress Records cassette, 1985; 10" on Spain's Munster label)
Continued Story with Texas Instruments (Stress Records cassette, 1985; reissued with Hi, How Are You on Homestead, 1989)
A Texas Trip (Caroline Records, 2 Songs, 1987)
Merry Christmas (Stress Records cassette, 1988)
Live at South by Southwest (Stress Records cassette, 1990)
1990 (Shimmy Disc, 1990)
Artistic Vice (Shimmy Disc, 1991)
Frankenstein Love recorded live in 1992 (Stress Records cassette, 2000)
Fun (Atlantic, 1994)
Why Me? recorded live at the Volksbühne in Berlin, June 6, 1999 (Trikont, 2000)
Rejected Unknown (Gammon Records/Pickled Egg Records, 2001)
Fear Yourself with Mark Linkous (Gammon Records, 2003)
Freak Brain (Sympathy, 2005)
Lost and Found (Sketchbook Records, UK, 2006)
Fear Yourself with Mark Linkous (Coppertree Records UK, Ltd Ed 180g vinyl, 2008)
Lost and Found (Coppertree Records UK, Ltd Ed double 180g vinyl, 2008)
The Angel and Daniel Johnston - Live at the Union Chapel (Adjustable Productions, DVD, 2008)
Daniel Johnston at Home LIVE recorded live in Waller Texas 1999 (Stephen Tompkins LLC, Digital Download video/mp3 release 2009)
Is and Always Was (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 2009)
EPs and singles
Casper The Friendly Ghost (1988)
The River Of No Return (1991)
Big Big World recorded 1986 (Seminal Twang, UK, 1991)
Laurie (Seminal Twang, UK, 1992)
Happy Time (1994)
Dream Scream (Pickled Egg Records, 1998)
Impossible Love (2001)
Sinning Is Easy (Pickled Egg Records, 2002)
Mountain Top (Rough Trade, 2003)
Fish (Sketchbook Records, UK, 2003)
Projetos Paralelos e colaborações
with Jad Fair: It's spooky (50 Skidillion Watts, 1989; reissued on Jagjaguwar, 2001)
with Yo La Tengo: Speeding Motorcycle single (1990)
Danny and the Nightmares (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 1999)
with Ron English and Jack Medicine: Hyperjinx Tricycle (Important Records, 2000)
with Chris Bultman and Jad Fair as The Lucky Sperms: Somewhat Humorous (Jagjaguwar, 2001)
Danny and the Nightmares: Natzi single (2001)
with Hyperjinx Tricycle: Long Lost Love single (2002)
with Okkervil River: Happy Hearts off the album Don't Fall in Love with Everyone You See(Jagjaguwar, 2002)
with Hyperjinx Tricycle: Alien Mind Control 3" CD (Important Records, 2003)
Danny and the Nightmares: The End Is Near Again (Cool Beans, 2003)
with Rule of Thirds: "Rin Tin Soldier" (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 2003)
Danny and the Nightmares: Freak Brain (Sympathy Records, 2005)
with Jack Medicine: The Electric Ghosts (Important Records, 2006)
Danny and the Nightmares: The Death of Satan (Munster Records, 2007)
with Kraig Mc Govern and on a live track recorded in Dublin July 2008
Coletâneas e Tributos
The Lost Recordings (Stress Records, 1983) cassette
The Lost Recordings II (Stress Records, 1983) cassette
Please Don't Feed The Ego (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 1994)
Dead Dog's Eyeball by Kathy McCarty (1994)
My So-Called Life - contributed "Come See Me Tonight" (1995)
Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks - contributed "Unpack Your Adjectives" (1996)
The Early Recordings of Daniel Johnston Volume 1 (Dualtone, 2003) - Reissue of Songs of Pain and More Songs of Pain
The Late Great Daniel Johnston: Discovered Covered (Gammon Records, 2004) - Tribute album along with disc of original versions plus one new song
White Magic: From The Cassette Archives 1979–1989 (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 2004)
I Killed the Monster: 21 Artists Performing the Songs of Daniel Johnston (2006) - Tribute album featuring contributions from Sufjan Stevens, Mike Watt, Jad Fair and Kimya Dawson.
Welcome To My World (Eternal Yip Eye Music, 2006)