So I'm cleaning out my garage this week while my wife and daughters are out of town visiting some family.
It's strangely cathartic. It's also reminding me just how much our family used to depend on CD sales for our living. For 16 years I traveled non-stop, playing songs and selling CDs (or trying to!) each night.
Now I have a couple thousand CDs left I don't know what to do with.
Are they on iTunes? YUP.
Are they on Spotify? SURE ARE.
Are they on Amazon? YOU BETCHA.
Are they on YouTube? OF COURSE.
Are they in my garage? QUITE.
So the music is available for free all around the internet and I hope you continue to listen and enjoy the old records and the recent EPs and the instrumental "Bone EP" that is nearing completion. I miss the old days of reading the liner notes and the lyrics, the physical presence of somebody's heart, time and effort.
I would love for these discs of glory to find a new home. So I'm going to have a big sale. Selling them CHEAP. Buy a bunch and give them to your friends! Just seems like a fun opportunity to give this music a new life.
Seems like a really cool way to fund a little family adventure, as well.
So here are the records. The ones I have hundreds and hundreds of are the cheapest. The ones that are more limited I priced a little higher. And Leonard was a fancy printing that cost a good bit more and I'm almost out of it, so that's the most. The Normals CDs are five bucks, because there are five of us. I'll send each guy a buck for each CD sold. (Or maybe just Mark's dad, since I'm pretty sure we still owe him for that last pressing!!) Shipping will be $1 per CD in the US.
If you want to grab a bunch of these, just email me and I'll cut you an even better deal.
Hope you enjoy a fun little blast to the past here with these. Thanks for listening.