At long last, the covers for my LP platter are done. If you don't know, this is my solo jam, and it really jams. It's called Homecomings, both the project name and the record name. I'm proud of how this record looks and sounds. If you saw me play in Germany over the summer, then you may have purchased one that had a hand-drawn cover, in which case you win. The remaining 70 or so are screened in patriotic red, white, and blue. Thanks to Luke for doing those. (But not too much thanks, yet. Please do finish the rest, dude.) A lot of the records are already spoken for, but if you'd like to purchase one, you probably can. I'll probably put a few out at TD's and Landlocked if they are still letting people do that.
Sing Homecomings. This is the website.
Now let's suppose you don't have a record player. Or you want it on the portable mp3 format. You can download it here.
Here are a few sneakz:
"Towers and Trash"
"There's Still Steam"
"Oh, And I Thought I Was a Warrior But Without You I Feel So Defeated"
Also, thanks to Brigid Hallahan née Hendricks for the shirt I am wearing in the picture above. It's still a fave.
Did I use née correctly? I'm kind of nervous, it's my first time.
Monday, December 08, 2008
Posted by M. H. D. at 12:34 AM