The both tracks above are taken from Ba Da Bing’s “Jackson C. Frank: The Complete Recordings” with 24 tracks never before heard. Remastered, including Jackson’s classic debut album from 1965.
Colin Meloy of the Decemberists – Blues Run the Game
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‘East Harlem‘ b/w ‘Goshen’ (7″ available now at all Beirut shows) is the first new BEIRUT songs since 2009’s March of the Zapotec EP. Mp3 download available on June 14th, 2011, 3rd full-length album “The Rip Tide” is due out on August 30th from Zach Condon’s own Pompeii Records internationally and Revolver in the US. Stream his recent cover of Caetano Veloso’s ‘O Leãozinho’ for the Red Hot Organization’s latest charity compilation “Red Hot + Rio 2″, here.
Beirut – East Harlem by Revolver USA
Beirut – Brazil (Live)
Live @KLRU Studios 2007-3-16
Taking an entrenched understanding of Jorge Ben, percolating the groove of Dirty Projectors, and ultimately appreciating all there is to learn from Italo disco and Brazilian Tropicalia, Pendleton …..
Brooklyn based trio, Soft Landing began as a recording project by Beirut’s Paul Collins (Oregon-born guitarist and singer), now comprising Collins, Perrin Cloutier (Beirut/drums) and Mike Lawless (guitar, bass, Farfisa, Moog). They’ve teamed up with producer Griffin Rodriguez (Beirut, Need New Body, Icy Demons) in Chicago for their upcoming self-titled release, which is due out digitally and on vinyl, October 12th via BaDaBing!.
Sharon Van Etten – Love More
STREAM ‘One Day’ via NPR “World Cafe,” first single (b/w ‘If You Were Here’ Thompson Twins cover) on iTunes now, which is taken from Sharon Van Etten‘s upcoming full length “Epic” coming out on October 5th via Ba Da Bing Records, September 29th via Pastel Records / Art Union (Japan, featuring 2 bonus tracks). “Epic” was recorded at Philly’s Miner Street Studios and features Meg Baird (Espers), Cat Martino and Jessica Larrabee (She Keeps Bees).
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Sharon Van Etten – One Day
during Pitchfork Music Festival 2010
Sharon Van Etten – Love More
Sharon Van Etten – Save Yourself (demo)
Brooklyn’s singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten has announced the release of her second full-length “Epic,” is due out October 5th via Ba Da Bing Records. It was recorded at Philly’s Miner Street Studios and features Meg Baird (Espers), Cat Martino and Jessica Larrabee (She Keeps Bees).
Sharon Van Etten – I Couldn’t Save You
Califone – Ro (feat. Orso)
Sam Amidon – Cabin in the Corner
Also, ‘ I Couldn’t Save you’ is an original song for Jagjaguwar’s first feature film release “The Builder” DVD which is due out on July 27th via Jagjaguwar. And Califone and Sam Amidon’s tracks above are taken from a collection of songs “Music For The Builder,” on the Jagjaguwar’s web site, it features new, unreleased and demoed songs for the film. Amidon’s ‘Cabin in the Corner,’ a rendition of an Irish traditional that features the brother of The Builder’s Colm O’Leary, Eamon, on bozouki and backing vocals and Califone‘s song features Orso. Califone’s film “All My Friends Are Funeral Singers,” official selection of SXSW and SUNDANCE 2010 is now available on DVD.
The Builder is the first full-length feature directed by R. Alverson, a carpenter and musician from Richmond, VA. It features music by Bon Iver, Gregor Samsa, Pan American, Robert Donne and Spokane (Alverson and co-producer Courtney Bowles’ band, who have released 5 records on Jagjaguwar since 1999). Alverson’s second feature, New Jerusalem, starring Will Oldham (Bonnie “Prince” Billy) and The Builder’s Colm O’Leary, was completed in late winter of 2010.
Trailer for The Builder by R. Alverson