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21 June 2006

Bands With Managers

Bradley's Almanac has posted David Bazan's recent Cambridge concert at his site, in its entirety. It's a great set, with songs spanning most of Bazan's musical career, from It's Hard to Find a Friend up through the recently released Fewer Moving Parts EP. In between songs there's a lot of banter and Q & A with the crowd, for which Bazan is famous, and, as Bradley's Almanac notes, is often worth the price of admission alone. Get it while it's hot.

Comments on "Bands With Managers"


Blogger Bonita said ... (6/21/2006 09:32:00 PM) : 

hey i didn't go by the way.


Blogger jasdye said ... (6/22/2006 01:02:00 PM) : 

hey, so what i've wanted to ask for the longest, your side bars, esp. the ones that tell what you're reading, listening to, etc., where'd you get them from?

and if i put 'em in my site, is it easy to put in - like xanga's - or do i have to manually put the images in - like everything else on blogger?


Blogger Wasp Jerky said ... (6/22/2006 02:59:00 PM) : 

I snagged those from the code of someone else's blog. I have no idea whose at this point. That's what I would recommend doing. You can contact me by email from my profile page and I can email you the code, which you can then copy and paste right into your sidebar.

Yes, you'd have to put photos and such in manually, but it's not too difficult. You can find the direct link to photos at sites like Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble and then just paste the link into the coding.


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