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Posted by audiori on 07-02-2013 at20:41:


A new sneak-peek review from the Phantom Tollbooth...


Posted by Eis on 07-03-2013 at11:28:


Originally posted by DwDunphy
I did an interview with Terry a couple months ago and I'm working up a Popdose Podcast of that conversation. Hope to have it out there soon.


Posted by Tyler Durden on 07-03-2013 at16:23:

  Diggin it Here

Daniel Amos in 2013. It was very cool to allow those that missed the first round of fundraising to be able to purchase the CD and download later on. I downloaded the album and wondered what DA would sound like this time. The great thing with this band is that they give you a new sound with each album and still remain true to themselves. At first, I thought it was a bit dark, but then I kept listening. There is so much positive here woven in the realities of life and the condition that is humanity. Terry is on fire here and once again hits home with his lyrics. The music deserves headphones and repeated listenings. How spoiled are we to have this group of musicians and artist create new music all of these years. Their personalities and talents shine through. Daniel Amos isn't trying to be anything, they just are. Unlike Black Sabbath or the Rolling Stones, DA isn't trying to be who they were thirty years ago and that makes this the most authentic album I have heard in a long time. (No diss to the Stones. Love their music and hope that I can move like Jagger at his age. Great showmen and still great live.)

Favorite song (right now) "Waking Up Underwater"

Thank you to all of those involved in making this a reality.

Posted by Drtuddle on 07-04-2013 at12:13:


"waking up underwater" has a little Oingo Boingo in it's step

Posted by sondance on 07-04-2013 at12:26:


not only is Water good, it's the hook that WON'T GO AWAY... keep whacking the side of head but it's no use

i've posted my thoughts, verbose though they be, at the link below

Posted by audiori on 07-04-2013 at21:26:


You guys want a sneak peek at the credits?


Posted by Brent17 on 07-04-2013 at22:49:


Jerry only plays on the one song?

Posted by wayneb on 07-05-2013 at04:58:


I think Jerry does lead vocals on that one song, but I am sure he plays on a lot of the other tracks.

Thanks for the artwork credit guys.

Posted by ahanson on 07-05-2013 at08:15:


Interesting that Jerry is not listed as a full member, even though he was in the picture for the Kickstarter campaign. I'll have to listen again to "Waking Up Underwater". It sure sounded like Terry to me....must have been so caught up in the greatness of the song that I didn't notice.

Posted by Ritchie_az on 07-05-2013 at09:41:


Thanks for the credit. Can't believe my name will be printed in a DA record!....

Posted by sondance on 07-05-2013 at19:50:


any skinny on the release date?

Posted by voxrob on 07-06-2013 at00:13:

  Dig here...

Wow, since the album art looks like it's ready to go, does that mean it's ready to go on sale? I have no idea what the delay is in these internet-interrelated record production things.

Posted by audiori on 07-06-2013 at00:16:


Manufacturing details are being worked out as we speak... that's really the last step.

We want to make sure it's being printed and on it's way before we put the physical CDs on sale.

Posted by wayneb on 07-06-2013 at01:02:


Well done for getting your art on the album, Ritchie. I liked the stuff on your site.

Posted by DwDunphy on 07-06-2013 at14:10:


Alright, guys and gals, we're...

Sigh. Who are we kidding? Alright, guys...the Popdose post is 90% there and should post on Monday. I'll have my review of the record but, also, we'll have a Popdose Audio Interview with Terry. He'll discuss the Kickstarter campaign, the mechanism by which DA was finally able to come back to record, some background on the songs of Dig Here, Said The Angel, who was involved with the reunion (and since it is no big secret now, yes, Alex MacDougall, peeps!) and, as they say in the infomercial, much much more!

I'll attach a link here when it all goes live. And if you want to turn your friends on to the new record (and don't want to do wrong by the band by just giving them your download), the interview has clips of the songs from the record. No, there are no complete tracks, just sample clips, but that will give friends a taste of the record. For the rest, they're going to have to buy it.

Posted by Eis on 07-06-2013 at16:50:


Looking forward to it, Dw.

Audi Bros.: is it safe to assume that the vinyl will be released several weeks after the CDs go on sale? I ask because I've noticed with other bands (even major-label artists) that the CDs get printed more quickly, while the vinyl is usually released around a month later.

Posted by audiori on 07-06-2013 at16:54:


I don't have an estimate on vinyl yet, but I think it's safe to say it'll be a bit later.

Posted by Eis on 07-06-2013 at19:00:


Got it.

Posted by DwDunphy on 07-08-2013 at05:46:


The post is live. You can find it here:

Posted by dennis on 07-08-2013 at22:39:


great interview!

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