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We Carry CELLAR LIVE CDs & Vinyl

CDs 23 August 2015 | 0 Comments

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JAZZERS:

We now carry an excellent selection of Cellar Live CDs & Vinyl put out by our friend Cory Weeds.

Outstanding, elevating, remarkable Jazz music.

Cory has some exciting news about now being a part of the Coastal Jazz team, touring, and his annual New York group tour.

Sign up for his newsletter here, for more info.

Documentary about the Langley Schools Music Project

CDs,Film Alert 14 February 2012 | 0 Comments

Boing Boing tips us the VH1 documentary on the Langley Schools Music Project that Kevin was involved with:

boingboing.net/2012/01/27/documentary-about-the-langley

Parts 2 & 3 in the full post…

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Great Review of Kevin’s “The Captive Road”

CDs,Sound Alert 20 January 2012 | 0 Comments

Just in, Cal Koat from World Beat International has reviewed “The Captive Road”:

…The Captive Road remains an extremely personal and intimate album. Finseth delivers the tales up front in a fragile voice teetering on collapse, held in play by his piano-based accompaniment. The ladies complement these tender moments with delicate, ethereal harmonies of their own. The Captive Road is an incomparable offering which, for someone who has made a career out of filing new sounds in old bins, must have been extremely challenging even for Kevin to describe. The moniker that seems to have stuck is “Ambient folk hymns … opium noir” which, I guess, is as good a place as any to start your journey down The Captive Road. Standout tracks include the opening air, Fall Away, The Reader, the exotic grooviness of Cairo April 1983 and some tasty guitar dueling on The Passenger…

Read the full review here (with a live music video).

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Best of 2011 List

Best of Lists,CDs,Records,Top Sellers 29 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Here it is!

Download your copy here. (2mb)

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Kevin Finseth – The Captive Road – CD Release Party

CDs,Disc du Jour 3 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Seven years after his last solo record ‘The Return’, the path is now open for Highlife Records co-owner Kevin Finseth’s new album, ‘The Captive Road’.

Ambient hymns, alt-gospel, opium soul – call it what you like, ‘The Captive Road’ is the distillation of a life lived following the road less traveled.

Kevin’s songs show many influences – from Leonard Cohen to Bon Iver, Nino Rota to the Coen Brothers, Ethio-jazz to desert blues – these whispering short stories draw the listener into a world of beautiful sorrow.

The Captive Road features a who’s who of Vancouver musicians – Peggy Lee, Frazey Ford, Alpha Yaya Diallo, Joseph Pepe Danza, Lisa Pham, Mallory Temple, The Bedouins, Forbes MacKay and Andrew Smith.

Kevin Finseth plays acoustic piano, bass balalaika, accordion, marimba and sings. On the captive road the lyrics are spare, the notes are few, the rhythms reluctant, the melodies redemptive.

Recorded at Andrew Smith’s Vancouver Live Sound Studio over the course of a year, Kevin returns to it’s warm and intimate environment for the CD release Party.  525 Seymour St. (near Pender) – www.kevinfinseth.highlifeworld.com  

Joining Kevin on Nov. 11th will be:

Peggy Lee – Cello
Paul Pigat – Bass Balalaika and Electric Guitar
Mallory Temple – Drums
Greg Shea – Accordion, Marimba and Piano
Lisa Pham – Backing Vocals
Andrew Smith – Electric Guitar

Tickets for this limited capacity event are only $15.  Doors @ 8pm.
Available exclusively at Highlife Records.
Get yours today!

Vancouver Live Sound – 525 Seymour St. (near Pender) – The Seymour Building

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O Brother Where Art Thou? 10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

CDs,Sound Alert 10 September 2011 | 0 Comments

Whet your appetite with this “Making Of ” audio documentary and then come in for your Deluxe Edition CD!

Listen to an exclusive Making Of documentary – Hear the stars of the film, including George Clooney and producer T-Bone Burnett talk about the making of the legendary film soundtrack.

Hear previously un-released tracks – In The Jailhouse Now, Keep on the Sunny Side and The Lord Will Make a Way – recorded during the original recording sessions but not used in the film:

O Brother Where Art Thou?
10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition sampler:

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Tom Waits to Announce Something?!

CDs,Records,Sound Alert 22 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Tuesday August 23rd…
tomwaits.com

UPDATE:
Yup, this is how a record launch should be done:

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Documentary on ROUGH TRADE Records

CDs,Film Alert,Records 4 July 2011 | 0 Comments

Do It Yourself: The Story Of Rough Trade

“Rough Trade began life as a small but hip record shop…named partly after an obscure Canadian band…”

Another great one from the BBC:

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