Song list and music here.
Magie Song – vocals John Dentino – piano, mellotron and keyboards Joseph Berardi – drums, percussion, vibes, cello on "Ed Gein" Ron Stringer – guitar and vocals; bass on "Anti-Oedipus," "Maculae," "Tumor" Tom Corey – bass and mandolin; guitar on "Ed Gein," "TerrorVision," "Some Men"
First EP: fi-bo-na-ccis – 1982
Produced by Philip Culp (credited on liner notes as Philip Randal); Engineered by Chas Ramirez Sequenced in the original order.
Sergio Leone (Dentino • Stringer) 2:12 Somnambulist (Dentino • Stringer) 3:03 Ordinary Women (Music: Dentino • Narration: Stringer • Words: Wallace Stevens) 2:23 The Genius (Dentino • Stringer) 2:48 Second Coming (Dentino • Stringer) 3:31 Maculae (Dentino • Stringer • Song) 2:33 Rice Song (Dentino • Stringer • Song) 2:41
The LP: Civilization and
Its Discotheques – 1987
Produced by The Fibonaccis; Engineered by Steve Sharp and Charles Ramirez; Executive Producer – Randal Johnson Sequenced in the original order.
March to Heaven (Dentino) 3:18 Narcissist (Dentino • Stringer) 3:17 Had It with Girls (Stringer) 3:57 Crickets (Stringer) 4:32 Leroy (Dentino • Stringer • Song) 3:06 This version is the original studio recording from the album Civilization and Its Discotheques. The Thread (Dentino) 3:33 This version is the original studio recording from the album Civilization and Its Discotheques. Stay Home (Dentino) 2:30 Medicine Waltz (Dentino) 2:52 Horn arrangements with Bruce Fowler / Players: Bruce Fowler, trombone; Mike Price, trumpet; Lynn Johnston, bass clarinet and oboe; Bill Roper, tuba Some Men (Dentino) 2:37 violin: Bill Rhea Old Mean Ed Gein (Dentino) 3:17 violin: Bill Rhea; harmonica: Stan Ridgway Romp of the Meiji Sycophants (Berardi • Corey • Dentino • Song) 2:23 The Snap (Dentino) 3:43
Second EP: Tumor - 1983 Produced by Craig Leon
Miscellaneous tracks from various sources, most of which are taken from the CD
Repressed – The Best of the Fibonaccis - 1992
Produced by Philip Culp and the Fibonaccis
Leroy (Dentino • Stringer • Song) 2:50 This version is from the live radio broadcast on the Carl Stone Show; KPFK, Los Angeles - 1982 The Thread (Dentino) 3:10 This version is from the live radio broadcast on the Carl Stone Show; KPFK, Los Angeles - 1982. Anti-Oedipus (Berardi • Dentino • Song • Stringer) 4:32 From live radio broadcast on Carl Stone Show; KFPK, Los Angeles - 1982 Lisbon (Dentino • Stringer) 3:42 From Carl Stone Show broadcast - 1982 Looking for Eddie (Berardi) 4:39 From Film Noir American Style - 1984 Tiny Pizzas (Dentino • Stringer) 2:04 Original cassette living room demo - 1981 TerrorVision (Berardi • Corey • Dentino • Song) 3:40 Produced by Ron Goudy; title song from the Empire Pictures release, 1986 Friends of Crime (Corey • Berardi • Dentino) 2:41 Produced by Ron Goudy; another song from the Empire Pictures release, 1986 Dancing with the Bears (Berardi • Corey • Dentino • Song) 3:45 Miscellaneous track from 1985 Purple Haze (Hendrix) 3:55 Produced by Ethan James for Rado Tokyo Tapes Vol. II - 1984 Manifesto (Dentino • Stringer) 2:21 From the live broadcast on KCRW, Los Angeles - 1987 Manifesto (cassette demo) (Dentino • Stringer) 3:18 Original cassette living room demo - 1981
Thanks to Craig Unkrich for archiving many of the Fibonaccis' live performances on tape.
Fibonaccis management 1981-84: Michael O'Reilly; 1985-88: Dennis White
All compositions © SmellBrain International Music (BMI) except Purple Haze, Six Continents/Yameta Co. Ltd. (BMI) and Psycho, Famous Music (ASCAP)