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February 18, 2017
joining the modern economy

After reading an article on hacker news about distrokid.com, I realized I could put all of my many hundreds of hours of recorded music on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon, etc etc etc. For $20/year. I wouldn't expect to earn any money whatsoever for my recordings, but it would be entertaining.

So, as a result, step 1 of this process is complete -- which is to say that I put together an album from many of my recent Super8/REAPER-produced recordings. 18 of them, to be exact, totalling about 45 minutes of music, with words. Every song has words. As a result, I titled this album "Songs with Words".

This album, which is incredible in the 2017 sense only, is available via Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, probably others too (search for my name in the respective service) -- and of course it is available for free in streamable/downloadable form via music.1014.org, or here:


More albums will probably soon follow, one or two volumes of instrumentals will be next.








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