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Re: new non-looping guitar record
Daryl, really digging "Body of a Poet". So full of the simple pleasure of
life. Great way to start my day. The only thing is, since I paid for it I
don't get to join your newsletter?! hehe, where else can I sign up?
Also Bandcamp is really cool. Everything worked well and all the different
qualities availiable is nice. And they don't take a cut? Amazing, not even
any ads on the page. I will check into this.
All the best,
"the full fruit of a labor of love lives in the harvest, and that always
comes in its right season" _anonymous
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daryl Shawn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, May 15, 2009 9:33 AM
Subject: OT: new non-looping guitar record
> With only the most minimal of looping content, wanted to announce my new
> acoustic guitar record, called "Body of a Poet". It's a "tunes" album
> a big flamenco/rumba influence, with diversions toward post-rock,
> straightforward pop and classical/minimalist stuff.
> I've set up a page on Bandcamp, which I've quickly fallen in love with.
> You upload full .wav files, and they they offer the tracks in a variety
> formats. They handle sales, and don't take a cut (??), it's all free and
> very easy to set up. Visitors can then stream the whole thing or
> at a price all the way down to free if you like. That's what I chose to
> do, so just grab it if you wish (though it's required to give me your
> email address for my newsletter if you don't wanna pay).
> Extremely minimal looping content: Craquelure is dedicated to Nels
> Also, I was listening to Zoe Keating's "One Cello x16" an awful lot at
> time I was writing the title track Body of a Poet, and I think it echoes
> the mood of some of her stuff.
> By Monday I hope to have finished my long-in-progress Repetitive
> Miniatures, which is nothing BUT loops. I'll be blabbing about that one
> soon enough.
> Daryl Shawn