Monday, June 19, 2006

Friendly Ghosts, Got the Mosts

Ok, so...

Been writing a bunch of art stuff etc. so I have been trying to get back to the old blogitty blog...

BTW, please leave a comment every now and again people. I get all this random word on the street from folks who are keeping up with this ridiculousness, but it's always such a great suprise to find comments on the page. If you know me you know I love suprises! If you don't, perhaps I just surprised YOU!



Had a pretty fun weekend. Pat D and I had many beers at PM and a fascinating discussion about mortality, babies, Wee Feaster, the films of James Clower, bad jobs, good jobs, Bert the art star and manly gravitas.

After running in to answer the call of nature, who comes sliding off the bar in my general direction but the DC kid himself - Clay Steakley. Him and E are in town for a bit and seeing him was like seeing a ghost, but a friendly ghost like Casper or Slimer...

So anyway keep your eyes open for a new publication that my friend Emily Davidson organized. It's called "Radically Shifted" and it's a new little zine that we are distributing at a few places around this great still-free nation. Locally we've been picked up by Davis Kidd. Check out the magazine rackety rack.

So anyway...rock on and all...

Jerry and I have been able to record the legendary JP Lilliston through the magic of the internet without having to actually even bring him down from Chicago to cut some tracks on my 3rd CD. It's really coming along great and he has done some good stuff so far.

If you have not checked my other recordings please help yourself to a bunch of free stuff here.

Here is a sample of my old line-up with JP!


Be humble in your sleepy hands on this world.
Be a killer in Heaven.

Love, Joe Nolan


Blogger Tim said...

The other day in a discussion with my mother, I was mourning the fact that I had never seen Ghostbusters.

I shall have to stop by Davis Kidd next time I am up in Nashville....few things make me happier than independent publishing.

I shall be sure and check out the track sample as soon as my Internet gets to working again. Currently....argh. Frustrations.

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

Ghostbusters...I love Ghostbusters. A totally satisfying movie.

Tell Pat I said hi next time you see him.

I've got to get back to my research (on the Country Music Hall of Fame's initiatives for digitizing their collections), but just wanted to drop you a note and let you know I'm still reading and listening. I'll be down there for a visit in August.

9:34 PM  

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