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    i’m heading over to the Grand Prize Winners From Last Year show in a bit, and i figured i would take a few minutes to send you all an update. although news has been pretty quiet on the BMAL front, we did just have two new songs come out – Harold Called This Morning and Glistening Girls.

    out on the ice

    Jarett and i headed upstate a couple of weeks ago to mix the tracks with Rob Ignazio. he has been engineering and co-producing the new tunes. the studio, Quad Lake, was on a large lake, frozen solid, with ice fishers and snow mobiles out on it.

    Jarett, Rob, the owner of the studio (Lou), and i were eating pizza on a piano during a break, when Rob casually mentioned that the piano was used by John and Yoko for their albums, by Nora Jones for her first album, and was used to write Rudolph the Rednose Reindeer. and there we were, eating pizza off of it!

    well we mushed through the long day with few breaks, Sam conference-called in for his good words, our super-focused ear drums and lobes…and now there is new music. so enjoy it and be in touch.

    cheers…hammer

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    this past weekend i won revolutionartist’s ‘artist of the year’…thank you to everybody who voted. now my song, ‘harold called this morning,’ is in the running for song of the year, so please vote: www.revolutionartist.com

    in other news, telly & i are playing two shows this week – thursday at desmond’s tavern in new york (9p) and friday at lulu’s village pub in port jefferson (9p).

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