I was just now thinking about the past 12 months and just how many of my good friends released albums. It’s kinda crazy.
Almost a year ago Three Ninjas released his P.Z. Meyers graced EP “Make Sleepstophers.”
You can get a physical CD or download it from iTunes.
Then in September 2009 tangentbot released not one, but two albums! The first was a re-mastered “Cyclops’ Lament,” which was originally created many years ago.
You can download it from Amazon mp3 or from iTunes.
The second tangentbot album was “You Are Used to This Kind of Advertising,” which collected his 40 songs from his “song-a-week” project that he did in 2006.
You can also get this one from Amazon mp3 and iTunes.
Also in September, Terrapin Productions released his first solo album, “Sketches of Perfect Landscapes.”
You can get a physical CD of this album or download it from CD Baby (more download locations are coming, too).
After that was a bit of a lull, but then suddenly within the last month or so was a crazy flurry of action! First came Julia Massey & The Five Finger Discount‘s much-anticipated “I’m Not Hollow.”
This is available both as a physical CD and as downloadable mp3s through CD Baby.
Hot off the heels of Julia Massey’s album came Three Ninja’s 2nd full-length LP, “Three Ninjas is Smarter Than a Lettuce” with brilliant cover at by @rabbiddogg.
You can get a physical CD or download it from iTunes. Three Ninjas gets more money if you buy the physical CD, so I recommend that.
Then finally Nathan Geyer’s Locust Street Taxi just released their latest, “Mr. Brown.”
Right now this album is only available as a physical CD, and is mailed out personally directly from the band!
Whew! That’s a whole lot of my friends putting out a whole lot of musics! It’s very inspiring, and I really want to join them before 2010 is out. I have fancy plans, and pants to match. Let’s see if I can do it, eh?
I knew I’d forget something: The Seattle Pro Musica choir put out a Christmas album called “Navidad” featuring J Howard Boyd!
You can order the CD through their website. It’s full of Latin American Christmas songs from the 16th century on up!