The dB’s – Write Back
(via BLURT magazine)
Here’s a new animated video directed by Emily Hubley for The dB’s ‘Write Back’ (written by Will Rigby), the song was taken from their latest album “Falling off the Sky” (2012, Bar/None Records).
WATCH more :: The dB’s ‘Big Brown Eyes,’ it was also directed by Emily Hubley in the early 80′s.
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|Artwork by Ida Olivia Smith|
“A Familyre Christmas Vol. 6 “Familyre’s Messiah – Part 1″, is based on one of the most beautiful and enduring pieces of music in history: George Frederick Handel’s ‘The Messiah’.” –Sounds Familyre
Familyre’s Messiah and the Familyre Christmas Vol. 1-5 will be donated to The Red Cross for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Artwork by Ida Olivia Smith / Mastering by Daniel C. Smith
released 17 December 2013
available via Sounds Familyre Bandcamp
“Brute Force” (2012), trailer
Director: Ben Steinbauer
In 1967, Brute Force had just released his first album on Columbia Records and was on the brink of becoming a star. The Beatles championed his next single, “King of Fuh,” to be released on Apple Records. But dreams of fame and fortune quickly turned into nightmares when the record was censored and permanently shelved. In 2010, Sony and Apple reissued Brute Force’s controversial music from the sixties, giving him another chance to re-capture his dreams of rock stardom.
“…. the “Fuh King” lives on and so does Brute Force, with the October 2010 reissue of his legendary 1967 Columbia LP “Confections of Love” featuring “King of Fuh” as a bonus track (Bar/None) and “Winnebago Man” director Ben Steinbauer (via Razor Films) currently in production of a documentary about Brute’s life and work. And the icing on this beautiful birthday cake (Brute just turned 70), is the release of Apple Corps “Come and Get It, The Best of Apple” CD which includes Brute Force’s “King of Fuh” along with other great Apple stars like James Taylor, Mary Hopkin, and Billy Preston.”
Both tracks above are taken from the forthcoming new full-length “Falling Off The Sky” by North Carolina via Hoboken, New Jersey power-pop legends, The dB’s. Due out on June 12th via Bar/None Records. This is the long-awaited first album in 25 years and it will be the first time to feature the dB’s original lineup — Peter Holsapple, Gene Holder, Will Rigby and Chris Stamey — since their second album “Repercussion” in 1982. The 12 songs on the album was produced by The dB’s with assistance from their old friends Scott Litt and Mitch Easter.
Download 2 Free Tracks from Bar/None now!
MJTV: The dB’s – Live @ B.D. Riley’s, SXSW, March 16, 2012
with Mitch Easter on bass and Fred Harris on keyboards.
That Time Is Gone – The dB’s – Live @ SXSW
Love Is For Lovers – The dB’s – Live @ SXSW
The song originally appeared on “Like This” (Bearsville, 1984)
WATCH more from the show including the another new song ‘Kaleidoscope’ from the new album, HERE.
“A Song-Poem Christmas” compilation features many of the great song-poem factory singers, including Gene Marshall, Teri Summers, Rod Rodgers aka Rod Keith and Bobbie Boyle among others. It’s been available on bar/None Records, HERE.
Song-Poem Christmas – Ole Year Christmas (The Sisterhood) by BarNoneRecords
Odd Girl Out – Richard Barone/Jill Sobule
Taken from the “Glow” album via Bar/None, ‘Odd Girl Out’ was co-written by Barone and Jill Sobule, the song tells the true story of a lesbian in the pre-Stonewall days of the West Village.
Glow is the new solo album from Richard Barone, guitarist and vocalist for cult faves the Bongos. The album is a sonic delight; like a lost solo Beatle album from a glam-rock future-world. After taking a break from performing to produce others and write a book, Barone is back working with his long time friend and favorite producer Tony Visconti along with Steve Addabbo, Jill Sobule, Paul Williams (co-write “Silence Is Our Song”), Smithereens drummer Dennis Diken and others, Glow positively glows with great songs like “Gravity’s Pull,” “Yet Another Midnight” and a captivating cover of Marc Bolan’s “Girl.” The king of chamber pop does not disappoint on this stunning new addition to his catalog.