Multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Tommy Walter goes on the alias of Forgotten Pools. Walter found a bass electric guitar in grade college and by senior high school was a classically educated French horn participant. He enrolled on the College or university of Pacific in Stockton, CA, where he researched and trained music theory (and such early 20th hundred years, 12-shade and modal composers like Schoenberg, Bartók, and Stravinsky). But teaching didn’t fulfill his wish to enjoy rock and roll music, as he searched for other similar-minded music artists in the huge L.A. pop/rock and roll scene. A cooperation with area vocalist/songwriter E resulted in the music group Eels, but Walter shortly left the task despite the guarantee of Eeels’ 1996 debut Gorgeous Freak. By himself once again, Walter holed up in his house and began composing and recording first material. Those paths had been the genesis of Deserted Private pools, which debuted using the Humanistic LP in Sept 2001. AP came back in 2005 using the Reverb EP and a full-length for General entitled Armed to one’s teeth.