December 31st, 2009
The new GMR AotM is up and streaming for you – this month we have Tom Dyer – Songs From Academia Vol. 2: Instrumental and Spoken Word, 1980-2008. Like its predecessor, Vol. 1, it is now fully downloadable, "pay what you want" including FREE!
If you want the Deluxe Package, it includes Four Panel Printed Eco-sleeve, Printed Insert & Full-Color CDR duplicated using MFQA® (Master Full Quality Audio), as well downloadable MP3s for Mr. iPod.
WOW! $12.99 with free shipping and handling. That is just crazy value for the music buyer of today!
Plus – if you thought Vol. 1 was a little weird, well …
December 29th, 2009
Excellent review of Volume 1 in Blurt by Fred Mills!
December 29th, 2009
Total Crap review of Vol. 1 – what was I thinking?
Fine review of the Anthology!
December 28th, 2009
Okay, done with the Christmas thing and now onto the next action plan. Am streaming Julian Cope’s Album of the Month as I write, which if you’ve never checked it out is usually a bundle of obscure entertainment. This month it’s PostPunk Sampler, which is right up there with his Glam Rock Sampler and Hard Rock Sampler.
The next GMR AotM, Tom Dyer – Songs from Academia, Vol. 2: Instrumentals and Spoken Word, 1980-2008, will be posted this week. It will be availble for download and as a Deluxe Edition.
If you’re wondering who Verena (below) is, she is our new GMR intern, who will be doing various stuff.
Am planning to remix the Icons – Masters of Disaster in the next couple weeks. The lads are working on their second album in 22 years in a very, shall we say, relaxed fashion.
Planning to do a few other updates to the site which you should see in the coming days.
December 14th, 2009
Verena Lindra is now here to solve all Green Monkey problems. Everything is perfect.
December 4th, 2009
Rumors comfirmed – Mean Mr. Grinch added!
December 2nd, 2009
Additionally pithy remarks added to AotM. Rumors of a late entry – Mr. Grinch – headed this way.