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Carl Snow's Summer Of Love (dowload)CD OUT NOW

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carlsnow  
30 Jun 2010 13:53 | Quote
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My Band’s new CD Is out now on Lynn Point Records!

Carl Snow’s Summer Of Love ~ ‘The Fist & The Flower’

www.carlsnow.com

and

www.lynnpoint.com

and for grabbing my last cd 'Useless' for Free

wwwlynnpoint.com/carl_snow/index.htm

“But whats it sound like Carl?"

….It sounds like 40-something rednecks who grew up on power-pop and punk and 60’s Psychodelia, having the time of their lives. , thats what ... ;)

ALSO…
Being the nice Label they are, Lynn Point Records has Released my last CD as a download in both Wav (yeah!) and Mp3 formats with cover art FOR FREE ..
SO when ya grab the Dig-Cd Download of “the new one” you can grab “the one before the new one” free and make it a “two-fer”
The Dig DL = 5 Bucks for the CD Or a Buck Each for the tunes (ya save 5 bucks buying the whole thang ….)

And two answer a few who’ve asked:
NO this disc will NOT e available in physical form as its such a hassle right now in this ‘down economy’ … and Distribution + Promo in all states + across the pond is just too expensive for the label and us right now.

When we tour the record we will bring some ‘hard copies’ (and groovy shirts) but till then … Dig – Download only.





RAWK!
Cs


btimm  
30 Jun 2010 14:16 | Quote
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You ever go to Charlotte?
carlsnow  
30 Jun 2010 15:14 | Quote
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btimm says:
You ever go to Charlotte?


YUP! NC+SC :)

but not-so-much anymore... Charlotte is an odd Gig(literally) for me. I played there (solo) once in the late 80's and again in the early 90's and i'm sure Koro and/or Whitey past through (Koro and Whitey tours = a blur to me now) or...(lol)

I don't remember the name of the joint, but my (then) agent-guy booked me in a really ODD club (i think a mid-size 200+cap club -does that ring a bell?).
I recall that everyone was really really nice and "appreciative", which is 'odd' on a outer-regional solo-stint.
I'd love to come there with the full band sometime though, i dont think it has come up but we're working onna short (Scott(Bass) just had a Baby) 20-city thang... IF ya think Charlotte has a venue or club that would be receptive to 'Carl music'(whatever that is, lol, lemme know bro!

Oh... (from OTHER POST) Those Knoxville-names were foreign to me but then they are a quite a bit younger than me. and I've not heard/seen any show promo from them.
Ya know the 'strip' , when ya saw it, it had (70's/80's) over 6 live music clubs on it then, seriously, looked nothing liker the UT area you saw. kinda really sad ... its all frozen drinks and Karaoke BS now
(except The Longbranch...it never changes *-)

RAWK!
Cs
case211  
30 Jun 2010 17:17 | Quote
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Hey Carl what would be the furthest your tour will take you, or better yet the closest you will get to the midwest area like Chicago, Des Moines, OMAHA! :D haha
I'd like to see if it would be at all attainable to get to one of these shows of yours
carlsnow  
30 Jun 2010 17:39 | Quote
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case211 says:
Hey Carl what would be the furthest your tour will take you, or better yet the closest you will get to the midwest area like Chicago, Des Moines, OMAHA! :D haha
I'd like to see if it would be at all attainable to get to one of these shows of yours


Ha! .. Yeah I"D like to play at an 'attainable' place for ya Case! ;)
Thing is i never know till near "go time" whats up, i still dont know whats gonna be solo and whats gonna be the band yet... but the whole Biz is freaky these days everyone wants all the crap like guarantee's emailed and i want freakin' signed letters B'Gawd! (been burnt before)
i usual don't 'do' the mid-west but wtf? ..who know ... gonna be a neat next 12 mos lol as i'm also putting out an Ambient CD, a freakish/dancy Electronica CD, a Loop CD (For AmPient) and the one in the works , my Really Really Solo (basic = me guitar and some words) cd for Lynn Point.
another fun thing is that AmPient Music (a looper's collective as well as Label) is starting to get really bizarre "gigs" lol like the opening of a corporate office (no kiddin!) and other strange affluent people 'events'...(like i said fun 12)
the band or i will see if we can make it out yer walk but it all comes down rto Al Fossil (Mng) soooo...

[B]RAWK!
Cs
case211  
30 Jun 2010 17:54 | Quote
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Yeah, I understand man, even if you don't get too close, I might be able to get out to ya depending where you go to, like KC or somewhere around there. Lookin' forward to finding out though!
Phip  
1 Jul 2010 06:36 | Quote
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Carl,
I just bought the album on bandcamp this morning. Been listening to it with my morning coffee and it's fantastic. The fidelity is wonderful. It feels good to support a friend by making a purchase, and it was worth much more than i paid!
Tell us a little something about the band and some tales about the sessions please.
Steve
btimm  
1 Jul 2010 07:21 | Quote
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carlsnow says:
Oh... (from OTHER POST) Those Knoxville-names were foreign to me but then they are a quite a bit younger than me. and I've not heard/seen any show promo from them.
Ya know the 'strip' , when ya saw it, it had (70's/80's) over 6 live music clubs on it then, seriously, looked nothing liker the UT area you saw. kinda really sad ... its all frozen drinks and Karaoke BS now
(except The Longbranch...it never changes *-)


See PM, I don't wanna hijack your thread! :o)
carlsnow  
1 Jul 2010 17:06 | Quote
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Phip says:
Carl,
I just bought the album on bandcamp this morning. Been listening to it with my morning coffee and it's fantastic. The fidelity is wonderful. It feels good to support a friend by making a purchase, and it was worth much more than i paid!
Tell us a little something about the band and some tales about the sessions please.
Steve


Cool! + Thanks Bro!

I Just finished teaching for the day - a bit wiped - but for now(Mo' Later) :
The band on this recording =
Scott Davis - Fretless and Fretted Basses, some vocals and a great help with these (short) arrangements, also some Lap Steel and percussion.
Mike Armstrong - (68) Fender B-Bender(Tele) & (67) Rickenbacker 12-string elec-gits, Drums, Vocals
Me - Songs, Vocals, Martin Acoustic and Fender Tele Elec and some percussion
Bobby Alexander (our Drummer) played on a few but we (seriously) don't remember which! (lo)

we recorded this over way to long a time at Mikes studio 'Lost & Found' using a seriously wicked Toft 24 Channel analog (tube) board and an Alesis HD-24 Hard Disc Recorder. We used only Compression and verb, no other FX, via outboard racks. I mastered it here at MY studio.

The sessions were a blast... still are actually, as we just keep recording ... but i think the next one will be done in a week or so of long hours rather than (what we did) recording for 4-hrs a week and mixing in 3 loooong days(followed btw "tweak-mixing", later lol)

Scott and Mike would grab a groove to my acoustic and we'd record THAT , at times my guitar would creep into the room-Mic , but it sounded fine when mixed with the next step, my acoustic track. then either/or Mike and/or I would lay down an electric rhythm (him always in another voicing) and then a lead vocal, if possible. Mike would then add his "Bender" and/or 12 string Rickenbacker stuff and i'd go lay my "real" electric over that "bed" .. also solo's - back vocals - percussion - etc , maybe re-do the acoustic, change the vocal, but we'd micro-mixed this via Mike tweaking knobs at L&F for 6 hrs a day!
(more later)

and on the Mix front. that was Mike and Me .. we spent about 24 man-hours mixing .. and i , of course Mastered the sucker. At first listen i thought it was too treble-y, but Mike was insistent on that and i was just going with it, later finding that Mike knew the room well enough to know that the treble stuff would translate warmly on MY gear with MY monitors, he was right. He wanted what i wanted , sorta a Hank Williams-CCR-Neil Young-13th Floor Elevators - Byrds sound (and Graham Parsons!) shoved through a garage-bands redneck hands and mouths ... psycho-Country Hillbilly RAWK! by God!

it was a blast ... I will tell more Suh!
and will plop some Pix!

RAWK!
Cs


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