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March 7th, 2008 — Songs of the Month, The starting six, [LP]
Songs of the Month was a project I did in 2005 (obviously, from the title). It was mainly an exercise for me to keep me writing songs constantly. It worked out pretty well. I only really dropped the ball in two months (which I suppose IS 1/6 of the year), and made up for one of them in January 2006. Anyhow, a few of these songs (Nostalgia Makes Confusion, Lying Down, Recess, The Down Side) ended up being used as material for the band I put together later on, The Low Hello. So the exercise proved fruitful. It’s interesting (to me at least) to compare and contrast these Song of the Month versions with what we did in The Low Hello.
ZIP file of all songs (ZIP, 28.6 MB)
01 Jan05 Nostalgia Makes Confusion (MP3, 3.3 MB)
02 Feb05 Lying Down (MP3, 1.7 MB)
03 Mar05 That’s What People Say (MP3, 2.4 MB)
04 Apr05 42 Up (MP3, 2.0 MB)
05 Jun05 World Will See (MP3, 3.1 MB)
06 Jul05 Park Our Heads (MP3, 2.4 MB)
07 Aug05 The Down Side (MP3, 3.3 MB)
08 Sep05 Let Go The Resource (MP3, 2.6 MB)
09 Nov05 Recess (MP3, 2.9 MB)
10 Dec05 Strong Leader (MP3, 2.8 MB)
11 Jan06 They Call It Sunshine (MP3, 2.6 MB)
March 7th, 2008 — King Filament, Songs of the Month, Sunil Sawani, Tenille, The Low Hello, The Square Miles, The starting six
The first six “releases” are music that spans from 1995-2006, including the first things I ever recorded on four-track. I’m doing this as a way to consolidate it all, and maybe drum up more interest in some of the later better stuff (like the Low Hello EP, the Square Miles EP and Tenille).
Each release will have a separate blog post for it, containing the links to the individual songs, a ZIP file of the songs and any additional images or video (for easy download of everything), and other info. The Releases page will have just the titles and cover images, and clicking on the cover images will take you to the particular blog post for that release. Got it?
Oh, by the way, I’m putting Tenille up for free. It’s my one and only CD I made for actual sale (it’s for sale on iTunes and on CDBaby right now for some amount of money… I haven’t seen a single cent any of the slim sales I’ve made through those avenues). But I’ve decided that it’s better to have people hear all the songs rather than just the two I used as advertising for the for-sale CD.
I’m also going to be retroactively filling in more information about each one later, including cover shots (some of which don’t exist yet, like for King Filament and The Square Miles).