Upcoming Mythinterpretations

posted Mar 1, 2019, 10:27 AM by Jeremy Fowler-Lindemulder   [ updated Mar 1, 2019, 11:13 AM ]
I have the disc for Mythinterpretations for my traveling merchandise competed. I'm just working on the online version with packaging now. Since Amazon Media on Demand has not been been impressing me with their commitment, nor competence, I am not hurrying my efforts. It will eventually become physically available online whenever it happens. Until I actually release the CD for general consumption, here is one of its many tracks:
This song was written for/inspired by the Chafing Armor Podcast, specifically episode 45. Otherwise, it makes little actual sense. It's about Baba Yaga's Hut, in a D&D campaign from the point of view of townsfolk.

You can also listen to the album and purchase it on Bandcamp after it is officially released on 1 April 2019, but you can get faire copies directly from me earlier than that directly from me.

What is a faire copy?

I pack extra content onto Faire CDs that you may not realize is there. You can tell my Faire CDs from others by the words “Music and Data CD” printed on the disc’s face. 

Most (but not all) of my CDs come in two versions. The ones purchased online have all the tracks you expect and what I think is pretty slick packaging in a fancy jewel case with pictures, drawings and text telling you about the CD.

Because I pack in all my wares to faires by hand, the CDs that I take are streamlined for weight and easy transportation on my person in durable clamshell cases. Those discs have all the same audio tracks you expect, but there is extra content included for your computer as well. Pop the disc into your CD drive and open up the included mini web site with your browser to access things that did not make it onto the regular CD playlist. Things you may find are samples of music from other CDs of mine, or alternate versions of songs, music that didn’t make the cut, video (like the one above), or maybe pdf files of lyrics or entire song books. You have to look to find out the extra stuff. Why the difference in CDs? Well, most CD replication services just are not set up to create hybrid CDs. The ones purchased online never touch my hands, so I can’t oversee the process. The ones I package myself get everything I can pack on them... plus they cost me less to produce, so it’s my thank you to you for supporting my art at Faire.


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