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 Post subject: Re: All Things Jason Molina
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 Post subject: Re: All Things Jason Molina
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I have a lot of time for Molina and Johnson.


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Just scored a copy of the NO MOON ON THE WATER single on Chunklet.

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super nintendo chalmers wrote:
Just scored a copy of the NO MOON ON THE WATER single on Chunklet.


Awesome! I'm hoping there's a post-Songs:Ohia singles collection at some point (even though there weren't many).

It doesn't cause a lot of chatter, but I was listening to Impala the other day and just couldn't get enough of it. I hope it's the next big re-issue.

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I have a lot of time for Molina and Johnson.


Such a great record

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My Didn't It Rain deluxe set arrived recently from Secretly Canadian. First of all, the Magnolia Elec Co. t-shirt is awesome :thumbsup:

The Didn't It Rain demos are really nice.


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The DIR demos have been on repeat in my car for over a week. Oh, man.

The demo of "The Gray Tower" is the tops.

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Yep, those demos are ace.


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I can up the demos to mega for you if you'd like


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It's up on exystence if you're looking, mal.


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:wave: thanks delima and zeb, you guys are great people. :D

I'm trying zeb's suggestion and hopefully that'll work.

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 Post subject: Re: All Things Jason Molina
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Don't know if this has been posted here, very good read though:

http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/ja ... d=15163643


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From the Amalgamated Sons of Rest sessions.

Story here: http://secretlycanadian.com/blog/2015/0 ... r-roberts/

Written by Alasdair Roberts:

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The late Jason Molina and I had met a few times in England (when Jason was studying for a period in London) and in Scotland (Glasgow, where I lived then as now), after being introduced to one another by Will Oldham in late 1995. The recording session by Jason, Will, Will’s brother Paul and me was Jason’s idea originally. The prospect of working together with these musicians whose work I admired, and who were also cool people, was very exciting; so that’s how I found myself in Paul’s Kentucky farmhouse that historic weekend in 2001.

Of course, what made that weekend historic was certainly not this humble meeting of musical minds; rather, it was the fact that it coincided with the unanticipated and awful events of the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks and the collapse of the World Trade Center. I am convinced that my memory of that period has been heightened by this coincidence; I have a strong recollection of Jason, Will, Paul and me recording on the evening of 10th September. I remember the warm southern evening sunshine (a particular delight for one accustomed to Scottish autumn weather), streaming through the window and infusing everything in the room with a kind of preternatural glow, as we recorded a version of Owen Hand’s wonderful song ‘My Donal.’ Will was playing a Nord synth and singing, Paul was on drums, Jason played bass guitar and I was playing Paul’s bright blue Telecaster. I remember walking by the barns that evening and seeing row upon row of tobacco drying, shining golden and lovely in the twilight. But none of us was to know that that would be, in some sense, the last twilight of an old world.

Jason woke me at about 10am the following morning with the words: ‘Ali, you should come downstairs. Something really bad is happening.’ My initial thought was that perhaps someone in the household had been injured or had fallen seriously ill. And so I went downstairs to confront the new global reality. Most of the rest of the day was spent watching the television news in numbed disbelief; in the evening we dined and talked together with some other members of the Oldham family. And then it seemed that the only thing to do was to carry on as normal – to pour ourselves a large Highland Park each and to make rock and roll, like we were born to do. So that’s how this piece of music came about – it was a spontaneous response from Jason’s soul to the unimaginably terrible events of that day, and it was one in which he invited Will (on piano), Paul (on Nord synth), me (on bowed mountain dulcimer) and every listener to cast their own offering.

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I don't know if I'm ready for this.


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http://pitchfork.com/news/58232-glen-ha ... a-members/

It Was Triumph We Once Proposed…Songs of Jason Molina:

01 Being in Love
02 Hold On, Magnolia
03 Farewell Transmission
04 Vanquisher
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Thanks! Ordered.

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so Glen Hansard just performed on Bloomington radio and and told a great story about Bloomington/Jason. Here's full recording if you want to listen to the interview (just songs are attached too)...

FLAC: http://we.tl/4RH2G9nsJA

MP3: http://we.tl/onhe0fiuTY


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so Glen Hansard just performed on Bloomington radio and and told a great story about Bloomington/Jason. Here's full recording if you want to listen to the interview (just songs are attached too)...

FLAC: http://we.tl/4RH2G9nsJA

MP3: http://we.tl/onhe0fiuTY

:peace:

Thanks, man. Glad you're not gone forever.


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 Post subject: Re: All Things Jason Molina
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So my pal Patrick made a video of glen playing hold on magnolia see it here if anyone's interested.
http://t.co/FbnlugMD1O


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