The Kropotkins

The Kropotkins are an American avant-garde music collective based in Memphis and New York City founded in 1994 by drummer Jonathan Kane and violinist Dave Soldier, who plays banjo in the group. Its other members have included Lorette Velvette (vocals), Samm Bennett (percussion), Moe Tucker of the Velvet Underground (bass drum), Mark Feldman (violin), Mark Deffenbaugh (bass, also known as Dog), Alex Greene (bass drum and keyboards) and Charles Burnham (violin).
The band is named after Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin.
In 1999, the group had six members. Soldier had the idea to start the band while performing with John Cale at a concert in Germany; Soldier has described this idea as "a kind of epiphany."
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KOC-3-7924 The Kropotkins - The Kropotkins album art Dave Soldier*, The Kropotkins Dave Soldier*, The Kropotkins - The Kropotkins(CD, Album) Koch Records KOC-3-7924 US 1996 Sell This Version
mul 003 The Kropotkins - Five Points Crawl album art The Kropotkins Five Points Crawl(CD, Album) Mulatta mul 003 US 2000 Sell This Version
MUL019 The Kropotkins - Paradise Square album art The Kropotkins Paradise Square(CD) Mulatta MUL019 US 2009 Sell This Version
MUL030 The Kropotkins - Portents Of Love album art The Kropotkins Portents Of Love (Album) Mulatta MUL030 US 2014 Sell This Version