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His brother, Channing, took him to post-Beat jazz places in Echo Park and Silver Lake. to sit in on classes there, and he also befriended a literature instructor and his poet wife.
He hung out at the Los Angeles City College, perusing records, books and old sheet music in its library. "I'd get on the bus and start playing Mississippi John Hurt with totally improvised lyrics.
In 1992, Beck visited Stephenson's home to collaborate."We had Radio Shack mics and this homemade speaker and we'd draft people in the audience to recite comic books or do a beatbox thing, or we'd tie the whole audience up in masking tape," Beck recalled.Beck became involved in a loose posse of acoustic musicians—including Cindy Lee Berryhill, Kirk Kelly, Paleface, and Lach, headed by Roger Manning—whose raggedness and eccentricity placed them well outside the acoustic mainstream.He moved to New York City in 1989 and became involved in the city's small fiery anti-folk movement.
Returning to Los Angeles in the early 1990s, he cut his breakthrough single "Loser," which became a worldwide hit in 1994, and released his first major album, Mellow Gold, the same year.
Odelay, released in 1996, produced hit singles, topped critic polls and won several awards.