Usually ~greg knows
the interview is about 41meg on mp3, and I don't feel like uploading it.
But here are the two new songs:
http://relay.twoshakesofalambstail.com/ ... uppets.mp3
http://relay.twoshakesofalambstail.com/ ... onging.mp3
( I'll trust Jarkko to remove these links if they're a no-no. )
And now, for any of you who don't happen to be Leonard Cohen fans .....
When I uploaded those, I ran into this golden oldie (from 1971),
already on my site.
(-- a possible connection being that,
"caught in the trade winds" is sort of like being a puppet....)
And since i'm probably already braking the law anyway,
might as well "go the whole hog including the postage",
as Gurdjieff used to say.
So here is my all time favorite Roberta Flack song,
in a very lowfi wav file, as found somewhere on the net:
http://relay.twoshakesofalambstail.com/ ... _Flack.wav
It should be regarded as an ad for the new (2006)
"The Very Best of Roberta Flack" on Rhino,
- because this album really is apparently the best yet of Roberta,
- and because it includes "Trade Winds", which used to be
only available as a very rare B-side on vinyl,
- and because saying so might keep me from getting sued.