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Tuesday, February 07, 2006


First came Daniel Smith and then his incarnations of Danielson Famile and then Br. Danielson and coming May 9, 2006 on Secretly Canadian, is Danielson's, Ships, a resolution if you will, in the ongoing Danielson saga. I am really looking forward to this release and now that they/he has created a myspace account, we get one of our first tastes of Ships with Did I Step On Your Trumpet? The track is awesome and this will be one of the highlighted releases of the Spring.

Joining the Famile will be a slew of great performers including Deerhoof, Sufjan Stevens, Steve Albini, Edith Frost, Emil Nikolaisen of Serena Maneesh, and John Ringhofer (Half-Handed Cloud). In addition, to the new album release, coming to film festivals (SXSW) early 2006 is the five year project/film Danielson: A Family Movie. Looking forward to that as well. Enjoy a few tracks from the back catalog to whet your appetite.

.: Nice Of Me - From A Prayer for Every Hour (1996)
.: Lord Did You Hear Harrison - From Tri-Danielson Vol. 1- Alpha (1998)
.: Cutest Lil' Dragon - From Tri-Danielson Vol. 2- Omega (1999)
.: Good News For The Pus Pickers - From Fetch the Compass Kids (2001)
.: Rallying The Dominoes - From Fetch the Compass Kids (2001)
.: Things Against Stuff - From Brother is to Son (2004)
.: Daughters Will Tune You - From Brother is to Son (2004)

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posted by Matt Hayhurst @ 12:04 PM


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