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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|“Sings The Truth”|
“Little Boxes” is a song written by Malvina Reynolds in 1962, which became a hit for her friend Pete Seeger in 1963, The song has been recorded by a number of musicians, including Rise Against, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, The Shins, Regina Spektor, Devendra Banhart, Phosphorescent, Man Man, The Submarines, Death Cab For Cutie, Elvis Costello, The Decemberists, Kate and Anna McGarrigle (French version ‘Petites Boîtes’), Julianna Raye, Jenny Lewis, among others. “Sing The Truth” (reissued via Omni) includes the song.
*MP3s via Versions Galore
|photo by Julie Thompson|
The Decemberists covered The Grateful Dead’s “Row Jimmy” (originally appeared on 1973 album “Wake of the Flood”) on the flipside of their new 7″ single ‘January Hymn’ in conjunction with Record Store Day. Their new full-length “The King Is Dead” is due out on January 18th via Capitol Records.
Row Jimmy – Grateful Dead, 3.20.77 Winterland
|O Grusha!, 2008, graphite, 6.75” x 4.25”
for fine art exhibition at Werkstatte Gallery, New York, NY
|A Message for Ivan, 2008, graphite, 5.25” x 3”
for fine art exhibition at Werkstatte Gallery, New York, N
|The Rake, 2009, graphite, 11” x 11”
CD booklet/vinyl sleeve illustration for
“The Hazards of Love” by The Decemberists
|Beat Circus “Boy From Black Mountain” (Cuneiform/2009)|
|Laura Veirs “July Frame” (Raven Marching Band/2010)|
Extract from The Decemberists: Here Comes the Waves
Extract from her 16 minute visuals for the animated performance of The Hazards of Love, created in conjunction with Flux, Hornet, Capitol Records and The Decemberists.
Casiotone for the Painfully Alone – White Corolla
Official Video for White Corolla by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone (Tomlab Records). Directed by: Julia Pott. Animated by: Julia Pott and Robin Bushell.