5:00 The Jesus Way Up Doors Sleep Band (instrumental)
5:30 The Needy Visions
5:40 One Armed Mist
5:50 Erich Haygun (via Skype)
6:00 fey rey & freedom sound
6:10 Streight Angular
6:20 Pancho The Kid
6:30 Gracious Calamity
6:50 Emily Shisko / Shane Myrbeck Duo (via Skype)
7:00 B Law
7:10 Guerilla Toss
7:20 Hunnie Bunnies
7:30 Reddie Veddar Said Carpet Rock Stars (Up And Coming Band)
8:00 Ximena Alejandra Izquierdo Ugaz
8:10 Anna Fox
8:20 Matt Samolis
8:40 King Harvest
8:50 Nickel and Dime Band
9:10 Michael Collins (via Skype ?? Or in person!?)
9:20 Casey Rocheteau
9:30 Shira E
9:40 Brian S. Ellis
9:50 Peace, Loving
10:00 Many Mansions
Thunderheart, from New York City. He’s been around for a while but is a recent addition to the family catalog. His track “I Don’t Need The Moon” is widely regarded as wonderful. Listen for the sounds of knives sharpening and the like. He will be appearing live on Feb 11 at Spectacle
I can no longer prolong the greatest moment of my life. I cannot afford to be afraid of the long silence. Of the after after. The people that populate my bedroom have become too real. My option is every door, every sun and mountain of night. Our options are in people. Honest voices are doors. I have stopped trying to control the narrative. To prescribe the reality of self. Not sleep until ending. Not sleep until climax. I am awake now. I am awake now. I will stop trying to wake up and I will walk out the door and I will see in a way that listens. This moment will be a kingdom of yes simply in the naming. It was always a choice. It was always a way of seeing. I am in Paradise.
Released on 12″ Vinyl LP with artwork by Lenora Symczak (front cover) and Morgan Shaker (back cover). 500 copies were pressed.
This ocean, bubbles with great tune after great tune from New York’s Wes Buckley aka Dick Heaven aka “Wes” from “Jan Morrison”. Whitehaus Family Record was very pleased to add this record to the cadre from one of the house’s favorite songwriting buddies.
Released on CD-R in chipboard sleeve with handcut Thunderheart Playing Card. CDs were stamped with the band name and album name. Approximately 75 copies were pressed.