Live @ Gluefactory 3.08.12 - 1 Year Anniversary | Girl From Winter Jargon
The 'Girl From Winter Jargon' set from Gluefactory's one year anniversary is now up online to download either for free or name your price...
The set includes a Tori Amos cover, a cover from "I've written a letter to daddy" taken from the old Bette Davis film, "Whatever happened to Baby Jane" along with some newish original songs and an old Winter Jargon favourite achieved with a looper and an ebow.
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This is the first time I've ever included an option where a person can donate something if they choose to.
I still wanted to make the gig free for people to download, but also seeing as though I'm as penniless as musicians come, I thought I would include the 'name your price' option on the off chance that there are either;
1) some avid supporter's of independent music who happen to quite like what I do...
2) some well off generous people who happen to quite like what I do...
...and so if anyone can spare a few coppers then please do so. Think of it as throwing change into a busker's hat, except in a more digitalised form!
Gluefactory 1 Year anniversary gig review published by Wowbo(Wowbo is a handy pocket sized leaflet complete with guide listings of "independent and interesting stuff that happens in Durham" - More info here.)
|Girl From Winter Jargon Gig Review from Wowbo|
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