As I’ve been looking for work in Austin, I’ve had some extra time on my hands. So I’ve been taking my dog on some long treks through the Barton Creek greenbelt, doing some reading (“Winter’s Bone” by Daniel Woodrell — GREAT book), doing some writing (new songs a-brewin’), and wasting plenty of time thinking about doing stuff. As per.
I also managed to squeeze in some time to update my MUSIC page to make it a lot more accessible and convenient and nice. Now, you can not only fully stream each song from It Is What It Is, but also see the lyrics and download the album or any individual track — for free! Enter “0″ in the name-your-price field and you’re good to go.
So come and get it! If you download the whole album, it comes with a .pdf of the album insert with all the credits and thank you’s and all that. And of course the album cover for your iTunes, etc.
I’ll probably leave everything free like this through Christmas time, so if you already got it and know someone else who’d want it, you can enter their email address and they’ll get a message giving them the option to follow through with the download. Win/win, my friends. The new MUSIC page also makes it really easy to Share (and Like) this deal through Facebook, Twitter, Myspace (you still on that?!), and email. And doing that type of thing helps more than you may think. So please consider making those couple extra clicks if you feel so inclined.
‘Tis the season to give, after all.
I leave you with an illustration that inspired the title for this post. It’s one of many done by my very giving friend, DJG, for an upcoming book by Chad Thomas Johnston called, “The Stained Glass Kaleidoscope”. Look for its release in the coming months…