Discography – Carolyn Striho – Carolyn’s recent releases available on ITunes, Amazon, CDBaby and Spotify – rare releases buying info coming soon – also check Orchide Records and Third Man Records Detroit (soon)
Word Attack, 2013 – Winner of 2014 Detroit Music Awards “Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Album”; produced by Carolyn Striho and Scott Dailey, the album continues to sell out on shows and features favorites “Enchante” and “Word Attack!”
Honesty, 2009 — Winner of 2010 Detroit Music Awards “Outstanding Rock/Pop Album” and 2 other awards, this album helped propel Carolyn back to the spotlight -Produced by Carolyn Striho, Scott Dailey and Kenny D., “Honesty” continues as a favorite among many, and is in rotation at several stations overseas.
Motown Still Our Town, 2008 – vocals/live studio appearance on Paul Miles Award-Winning Video/Song, CD Produced by Paul Miles and Nadir, with the original Vandellas, Carolyn Striho, Scott Dailey and so many more!
C. Striho, 2006 — with guitarist Scott Dailey for London/Italy tour, Produced by Freddie Brooks
Live in London, U.K. at Patti Smith’s Meltdown Festival, CD 2005 with Patti Smith, Steve Earle and Carolyn Striho – hard to find and a real experience of live music at The Royal Festival Hall in England.
Secrets and Space, 2000 — This album features Carolyn Striho with David McMurray, Luis Resto, & Patti Smith (!), Produced by Freddie Brooks and David McMurray. A must-have album, according to The Detroit Free Press’ Terry Lawson, hard to find gem of Detroit’s original soundtrack, “Secrets and Space.”
Dreams Can Be Your Friend, 1995 — CD with Detroit Energy Asylum, which also features some of the members of the Romantics, Sponge, Was (Not) Was and Wayne Kramer (MC5) – this album sold out many times and was a special moment of music for Carolyn with great reviews – All songs Carolyn Striho except for Brian Wilson’s “I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times” – Produced by Freddie Brooks and Steve King (Eminem’s studio engineer)
DEA, 1993 Compilation – new songs of Detroit Energy Asylum; Produced by Freddie Brooks
“Detroit Energy Asylum Live at the Ritz,” 1989“ – Performance Video (very rare) – WRIF-FM Detroit Produced by Freddie Brooks
Stay There and Changing Fractions, 1988 Detroit Energy Asylum 45 on vinyl – Produced by Freddie Brooks – rare vinyl and received great airplay on college radio in various states, especially Michigan and Texas
“Giftwrapped in Cool” & “Shadow,” 1986 Detroit Energy Asylum EP on vinyl – very rare Vinyl Produced by Freddie Brooks and Randy Jacobs
“The Sound and the Fury” — Rough Cut – Produced by Freddie Brooks
Tremor Records Compilation with The Cubes, LP Vinyl