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Coming Up at Daytrotter PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 December 2008 08:15

DaytrotterThere's a lot to announce this week, after a few weeks of corresponding hiatus. First and foremost, starting this week, Daytrotter.com will be posting one brand new exclusive recording session seven days a week. Every day this month we're going to try to embody the holiday spirit more and more. If this trial month goes well, we'll continue the seven-days-a-week-of-new-session-posting throughout 2009. That would mean 365 days of sessions and at least 1,460 free songs. We hope that this makes you happy.

 
Jones Keeps It Up for 24 Hours PDF Print E-mail
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Written by John M. James   
Wednesday, 26 November 2008 02:18

Tom Jones - 24 HoursAlthough he's almost 70, there's no slowing down Tom Jones, as the Welsh sex symbol returns with his first stateside album in 15 years. 24 Hours has just been released by S-Curve Records, and rather than take the sparse, dark, and pensive path of many of his seasoned, sunset peers, the new album is flawless, big-strutting, sweat-inducing Tom Jones fever!

 
A Love Letter to the Indie Record Store PDF Print E-mail
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Written by John M. James   
Wednesday, 19 November 2008 02:05

Old Rare NewFor those of us who grew up thumbing through endless peach crates of vinyl records, the thrill of the hunt for coveted slabs of licorice pizza is still alive and forever under the skin. We may not feed the turntable as often or stumble in and out of the long-lost record stores of an earlier era, but the hunger is there. Downloading a selection from iTunes isn't the same as examining a wall of import seven-inch singles, finding the new bass player for your band in the aisles, or hearing Miles Davis for the first time on a battered tube-amp stereo.

 
The Lips Launch Martian Santa PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 12 November 2008 01:58

Christmas on Mars The long-awaited backyard film project from the Flaming Lips, Christmas on Mars, arrives on store shelves this week. Nurtured over the past few years at the band's command center in Oklahoma City, outer space, weirdness, and joy all collide into a future cult classic.

 
Coming Up at Daytrotter PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 November 2008 02:28
Daytrotter Coming off a month in which we recorded nearly 50 sessions for Daytrotter.com , we're all a bit tired. There is going to be a dramatic decrease in recording this week, though we'll still find time to welcome Dungen, Horse Feathers, And The Moneynotes, The Coast, Little Joy, Dead Trees, and Cale Parks in for sessions.
The sessions of late have been out-of-sight, and if anyone was lucky enough to get to Iowa City last Friday -- on Halloween -- to see the great Stephen Malkmus and Blitzen Trapper perform, you'll know that they joined forces for an encore of The James Gang's "Funk #49." They learned the song earlier in the day at our studio and recorded it exclusively for us. Expect to see it on the site very, very soon.

 
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