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Sunday, November 01, 2009

Good music at a price you can't refuse

I had a bit of a rant on this morning, and on the advice of my lovely wife I have decided to let it 'age' for another day or so to see if I can't tone it down enough for public consumption.

In the mean time, I've been meaning to mention that Lenny Solomon, a fellow musician and close friend of more than 20 years, has just released his latest album - entitled 'No Limits' -  and it is available for download from his website. 

Lenny and I have played together in concert countless times over the years, and I've even had a few guest spots on a couple of his previous albums. 

However, unlike most of his albums, this is not your typical Shlock Rock parody stuff (not that there's anything wrong with that!).  Rather, it is a nice mix of Lenny's original stuff... written and performed from the heart.

And the price is an eye-opener.  Lenny has borrowed a chapter from Radiohead's business model and made the album available for download for whatever you want to pay (from $1 up).  Really.  A buck.

Go to his website and follow the link to his 'No Limits' album. Just have a listen... I think you'll agree that it is worth far more than whatever you decide to pay.

Tell him 'Bogie' sent you.

Posted by David Bogner on November 1, 2009 | Permalink


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Thanks for the link Trepp.

Posted by: Ilana-Davita | Nov 2, 2009 12:33:50 AM

A nice way to start my November? Can you tell me where you appear on previous work(s)? I *need* some trombone from tie-to-time, and personally can only play a very noisy rendition of "Achy Breaky Heart," so that doesn't satisfy much of the need, it you know what I mean. ;o/

Posted by: Wry Mouth | Nov 2, 2009 2:07:43 AM

Wow!! Wish I was technically inclined enough to do this. I love his stuff.

Posted by: RivkA | Nov 2, 2009 10:09:56 AM

You've sent me off on a nostalgia trip. I remember seeing Lenny and Myles Cohen at my highschool many years ago. I've got to go dust off my turntable and listen to some of their records. Thanks.

Posted by: zee | Nov 2, 2009 11:39:46 PM

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