|Name:|| Casa Recordings
|Other Name:|| Casa Recording Co.
|Founders:|| Damien Jurado, Eben Haase
|Owner:|| Blake Wescott
|Country:|| Seattle, Washington, USA
Casa Recording Co. was started in Seattle, Washington by Damien Jurado and Eben Haase in the mid-nineties as a cassette-only label.
From the Those Sweet Cedro Wooley Days tape: “This is, the dawning of a new era. My partner, Damien Jurado, and I (Eben Haase) decided that this world is full of too many tapes, with nothing good on them: Thus, Casa Record Co. We hope to bring you new and unexpected music, on recycled tapes and what not. The message we are hoping to convey, is that splendid affordable tapes will be made available to all, on a regular basis. The C.F. room is a bedroom/boom box, where the recording is taking place at. We hope that people will respond, and we would love to hear your own in-house recordings. With your support, we will be able to continue to provide albums for under $2. This is our first release, so please respond and keep up the support.”
Later, the label was retooled by Ken Stringfellow, Sarah Shannon, and Blake Wescott (of Bloomsday) to release albums by Shannon and The Posies.