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5/15/2006

THE MAKING OF MORNING

The Making Of Morning by Andrew Osenga.

8 Comments:

Blogger Brody Harper said...

i loved it. another step in the direction of self promoting thru blogs.. don't you think?

5/15/2006  
Blogger Matthew Smith said...

woot

5/15/2006  
Blogger Kathy said...

woot,woot!

5/15/2006  
Anonymous andrew said...

Hey Shaun, thanks for helping me get the word out!

5/15/2006  
Blogger Matthew Smith said...

ooh imbed it in the page instead of linking to it so people can watch it in one click-- grasp the power of the interweb, Shaun!

5/16/2006  
Blogger Matthew Smith said...

that should have said "the AWESOME power of the interweb"

5/16/2006  
Blogger Shaun Groves said...

I can't do that since I added a left side-bar. My middle column is too skinny for youtube and google video embeds. I tried changing the code to make it narrower but that didn't work so well.

5/16/2006  
Blogger Loren said...

I think andrew is on to something!

There are so many talented singer/ songwriters who are speaking for and to a generation. If we are going to change our industry it will be on our shoulders, Chuck dosen't seem to be and why should he.

Here is an Idea: If I can draw 100 suckers a day to my site, then surely you can draw 10-100x more! I heard someone once talking about releasing an album track by track. If you wrote a song a week, have one of the thousand s/s's write a song, throw down a good session in your basement and release a decent track and sell it on your site! I would pay 0.99 a week for some great art and I think a couple of thousand others would too!

Watching that video spurs intrest in Andrew's album, reading your blog keeps me coming back for the next installment...things like the square peg alliance, shlog.com are onto something, I am excited to see what happens!

5/16/2006  

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