Arkansas singer/songwriter Jason Morphew debuted his folky design of lo-fi rock and roll in 1993 in the Risk/Incredible Hulk EP on Small Rock and roll, AK, label the Mother or father Snare. In 1994, his tune “Losing Stars Contrary to the Moon” was highlighted on the Brassland Information compilation. Brassland released the Keeping Merle Haggard cassette in 1995. “Riddled With Regret” was highlighted in the As Seen on Television: Extra Me Information Comp in 1996. The Unhappy and Strange LP also made an appearance in 1996, once again on Brassland. At that time, Morphew was collaborating with Geoff Boyd from the music group the Reachers. In 1997, Morphew documented “Bring Your Sorrow Over Right here” for the soundtrack towards the film Niagara, Niagara on V2 Information. 1997 also noticed the discharge of Morphew’s 1st official full-length Compact disc, Transparent, that was released on New Jersey’s Ba Da Bing Information. Members of Vacation, the Magnetic Areas, and Ida made an appearance on Clear. In 1998, Morphew’s “Xmas around the Moon” made an appearance around the Drive-Thru Information compilation Christmas Eliminated Incorrect. In 1999, his track “Badass Having a Center of Platinum” was presented around the Oxford American 1999 Southern Music Sampler Compact disc, combined with the loves of Jerry Lee Lewis, Bob Dylan, Leadbelly, Nina Simone, as well as the Soaring Burrito Brothers. In 2000, England’s Shifty Disco Information released “Badass Having a Center of Platinum” like a CD solitary. The Compact disc also features “Considerably Beyond Appreciate.” After relocating to California, Morphew released Not really for the Faint of Heart! on Ba Da Bing in 2001. A season afterwards, The Duke of Arkansas made an appearance.