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Posted by Ron E on 12-30-2015 at17:07:

  Kickstarter

talk amongst yourselves...


and go here for practice and for compassion
Monty



Posted by Ron E on 03-03-2016 at17:31:

 

Is there pre planning by the industry that is Lost Dogs and it'ssydden subsidiaries? Do the guys have a five year map? Or now that there's a divided marketing push make that more difficult? I'm wondering how Steve h's Kickstarter and kerosene halos announcements affect lost dogs/ terry and if they talk it out first or if it's artists trying to make a living or none of my business!!!???



Posted by Audiori J on 03-03-2016 at17:42:

 

I guess the same way the DA kickstarter effects the other dogs. I think they all do their own things when they want to. It seems to be only a 'democracy' within the Dogs.



Posted by wayneb on 03-03-2016 at19:04:

 

Happy birthday Jason! As one who supported the Kerosene Halo project plus DA and Armikrog of course, it makes no great difference to me if there is a "plan" about who releases what and when.
If I have the cash I support anyone in the "family" that releases any project....small repayment for all the wonderful stuff they have given us all over the years!

Still, it would be good to know when a new DA project is about to hit the planning stage. Any hints?



Posted by audiori on 03-03-2016 at23:27:

 

Terry has a project in mind that should be announced soon.. just waiting on the green light from him.



Posted by Ron E on 03-04-2016 at00:00:

 

Smile



Posted by WoaaahJelly! on 03-04-2016 at15:31:

 

Neato.



Posted by mindgasket on 04-05-2016 at20:59:

 

With all the current re-release of Choir & 77s on vinyl (plus recent Guadalupe & Kerosene Halo vinyl), I'd like to place my vote for DA's Song of the Heart on vinyl as well (180gm gatefold, of course).



Posted by Ron E on 04-06-2016 at07:48:

 

Vox/FS at the same time on vinyl remastered... With promise if DFBB in one yearWink



Posted by UnderDawg on 04-06-2016 at13:53:

 

To heck with reissues!!! Let's have some new music!!



Posted by audiori on 04-06-2016 at20:49:

 

I'd like both, actually.



Posted by WoaaahJelly! on 04-09-2016 at17:10:

 

I'm on my Nth pass of "Dig Here..." and I don't know that I'll ever really understand it. I will be busy with that for awhile.



Posted by jparker on 04-09-2016 at17:18:

 

I'm excited for the next reissue phase. Vox Humana is really dear to my heart, and Fearful Symmetry is in dire need of a CD remaster.



Posted by Ron E on 09-19-2016 at09:33:

 

To the top!



Posted by wayneb on 09-20-2016 at04:38:

 

Even more top!



Posted by Jimmy Brown on 09-20-2016 at07:25:

 

A few more stickies in this subforum, and the "top" will be off the bottom of the screen. Confused



Posted by DwDunphy on 11-30-2016 at18:37:

 

Okay, so this needs a refreshment, not just a top off.

Barring what you want to happen in reissues, what recordings should be reissued aside from personal preference? With the reissue of Vox Humana I guess Fearful Symmetry is a safe lock. So, even though it is out of sequence, I do believe Swirling Eddies "Outdoor Elvis" requires attention. The CD was good by the standards of its time but is in dire need of remastering.

For LPs, it's a toss up. Kalhoun would be the first of the DA albums after Darn Floor to never have been on the format, and it is a standard length for vinyl, making the process more streamlined. And yet Motor Cycle was constructed (in my opinion) in the vein of classic rock albums both conceptually and musically.

One is a good fit. The other philosophically demands it.



Posted by wayneb on 12-01-2016 at04:15:

 

"Theo says that's not.....philisophically correct!"

Nor is the spelling.


Yes, DW. I totally agree!


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