So today is International Blue Telephone Day.
This coming Tuesday was going to be the release date, but that has been changed to right this second.
Welcome to International Blue Telephone Day.
A little bit of information for you:
Blue Telephone was recorded by my friend Corey Green and myself. Corey recorded all of the music bits and I read poetry over them. There are two tracks on the album though that were written by my friend Kyle Sotello and myself. They are called “Seeing All The Breezeways At Once” and the album closing track, known as “Every Airport All At Once”.
Now the technical information:
The album is sold on a “Name Your Price” variable. Meaning, as you probably already figured out, you can pay nothing for the album, or you can pay fifty cents, or fifty dollars. My suggestion would be sit around and stream it once, and then pay whatever you feel it is worth. I know the internet is a cheap place, so I’m not expecting anything from anyone. I just want people to listen to it, because it was a fun and different way to put some spin on doing a spoken word album.
You can download/stream the album by visiting THIS PLACE. I hope you listen to it, I hope you enjoy it, and I hope you download it.
Also, there will be a video released for “Midnight (We Are)” here at some point today. I hope you enjoy that as well.
Thanks for caring, for listening, and for reading this right now.
Finalized it all a few hours ago.
Sorry busy banana.
Tomorrow by noon you’ll know all there is to know.