Immediate download of 6-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, Apple Lossless, 24bit FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire, for as little as zilch or as much as you currently have in the bank.
The 24bit thing is pretty key - that's "better than CD quality" - I know, you didn't think anything could be higher quality than CDs, right? Wrong. This is. It's awesome.
Normally labels charge loads more for hi-res files. It's not uncommon for even 'normal' FLAC files to cost £12-£15 per album. But that's not how we roll, as some Americans say. No, it's not. So
grab the high res fylz, and pay what you think they're worth (which is, obviously, more than low res files, but it's really up to you....)
Somewhere between the aforementioned zero/everything seems wise, but please, if you're unsure, download it for free, and give it a few listens before deciding. If you want to pay later, that's fine too. Or not. Just consider it an early christmas present :)
If you're having trouble deciding, try 50p-£1 per track or £5-£10 for an album... or don't. You're a grown-up, you understand how this music making thing works. Your time has value too. Calculate it based on that, if you like... We just hope you enjoy it!
just over 10 years ago, I released my first solo album. A live album, recorded in London - mostly at the Troubadour in Earl's Court - called 'And Nothing But The Bass'. You can get it here on Bandcamp, if you like.
Ten Years On, and I'm releasing another solo live album. This one recorded in one set, in the order it is on the album (the first track is a hidden extra, you'll get it with the download).
A couple of these songs are new (the hidden one, and Traveling North), a couple of them are well documented (this is the 4th recorded version of Jimmy James, and the 3rd of The Kindness Of Strangers and MMFSOG), but I wanted to put out something that marked where I'd got to.
The live album that Lobelia and I put out over the summer, Live So Far, is a great document of what we get up to on those gigs, and of a couple of really special collaborations we were blessed with on your US tour. But this is just me, doing my thing.
The gig was at Round Midnight in Islington, a sold out show with Michael Manring - I'm rather sad we didn't record the duo part of the show, as there was some real magic there, but at least I've got this solo set as evidence of where I'm up to.
I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed playing it.
released 30 October 2010
Steve Lawson :: Bass, Loops, Everything Else.
All photography by Paul Parkinson - www.parkylondon.com
Hello, written by Lionel Ritchie, Licensed through Limelight - www.songclearance.com
Some rights reserved. Please refer to individual track pages for license info.
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