That's how long the new album is.
Not entirely sure... But generally people don't refer to LPs as discs. This info is coming secondhand from someone who supposedly already listened to a promo stream.
I kinda hope it's just 3LP... 3CD is a bit much for anyone...
The National's Bryce Dessner founded the MusicNOW Festival in 2006 to bring adventurous contemporary music to Cincinnati every spring. This year's festival, which goes down March 30-April 1, has some pretty big names attached.
Joanna Newsom doesn't have too many U.S. shows planned, but she'll come to Memorial Hall on March 30.
Here's to hoping she'll be a late add for Friday afternoon.
Videos of her performing new songs in Sydney:
i'm not listening to anything. no spoilers for this album. no way.
There hasn't been an extraordinary amount of information revealed about Joanna Newsom's new record, Have One On Me, and what has been let out into the public has been in a slow trickle, leaving us gasping for MORE. Another nugget of information appeared today, with the news that the new record will be a triple album (according to NME).
my boy was right... kinda surprised. that's fucking heavy.
the bounty on what is 300gb
I definitely won't listen until there is a good quality rip. No streams. No transcodes.
A high quality live recording is available on the private tracker dimeadozen.org and on the blog http://fanmaderecordings.blogspot.com which includes some of Joanna's tracks from her upcoming album, recorded at the Sydney Opera House. Included are the songs Jack Rabbit, Have One On Me, Ribbon Bows, In California, Easy, Soft As Chalk, Autumn, and '81. To access the torrent you must register first on the dimeadozen website, then you can access the torrent at http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-d....php?id=286125. There is no membership required for the download from the fanmaderecordings.blogspot.com, however the files are only in MP3 format (VBR @ average 192kbps) as opposed to lossless FLAC.
A sample MP3 of the Sydney Opera House recording of Ribbon Bows can be found at http://www.mediafire.com/?rucnmywzn24
Bridges and Balloons
Have One On Me
Soft As Chalk
Peach Plum Pear
The Book of Right-On
happy she is still playing Colleen.
let me know about the quality. i might cave if it's spectacular.
It sounds every bit as good as any live recording I have by her. The only comparable one that I can think of might be the Green Man Fest recording from 06 or the Paradiso recording from 2007.
And, if y'all aren't sure about Joanna, give this a go and at least check out the version of Inflammatory Writ she does on here. The live version she's been doing since she gathered her band is a fantastic country romp.
And, Ryan Francesconi is playing with her and doing the arrangement work for the live show. Anyone who's seen her in the past few years has seen how fucking dynamic he is, and Neil is back on drums. Can't wait for this band to tour.