Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Free Wilco EP! And (even more) shameless self-promotion!!

I'm sure this is old news to some of you (nearly six years old, to be exact), but, seeing as how I just found out about it, I felt it at least worth a mention: Wilco has a free six-song EP, "More Like the Moon" aka "Australian" aka "Bridge," up on its Web site as a free download. (Get the zip file here.) Apparently the songs were originally included with copies of the Australian version of "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot."

The tracks:

1. "Camera" [Alt. Vers.]
2. "Handshake Drugs" [Early Vers.]
3. "Woodgrain"
4. "A Magazine Called Sunset"
5. "Bob Dylan's 49th Beard"
6. "More Like the Moon"

For more information, or to get any of the three covers as a downloadable PDF, visit this link.


In other news, here's what I've been up to at the Budge in the last couple days:

"CD Reviews: Clem Snide, Meredith Fierke and Kaspar Hauser" :: Albums enjoyed this week: Clem Snide’s “Hungry Bird,” Meredith Fierke’s “The Procession” and Kaspar Hauser’s “The Sons.” (Includes -- bonus! -- some interesting insight from Kaspar Hauser's main creative force, Chicagoan Thomas Comerford.)

"David Lindsay-Abaire Gets Some More Love from Duluth" :: Just weeks after “Rabbit Hole” closed at the Play Ground, Renegade Comedy Theatre is staging "Wonder of the World," another one of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright’s works, down the street. An interview with director (and Renegade's artistic director) Katy Helbacka.

"West Duluth Mainstay Mr. D's Turns 30" :: When asked what he thought the keys to success are, Al Terwey, the bar and grill’s owner, responded with a big laugh and said, “Are there any right now?” Get to know the selfless "Norm of West Duluth."


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