Thursday, 13 August 2009

Album as an mp3

My "Lancelot's Pram" album is now also available as an mp3 downloadable album, as well as in the CD format. Both are just $15 ea.

Realistically, I won't sell many as an mp3, but it's there as an option for those who want it delivered that way. In the end, I just set-it-up myself, rather than mess around with a middle-man. It's just not cost-effective having a 2nd-party involved, when I'm not going to sell that many mp3 versions online. BUT if it does take off sales-wise (yeah right! lol), I can change it across then, no worries.

Mr Hoon and I spent about 11 hours together on Tuesday, driving about 10 hours to Lake Macquarie [south of Newcastle] and back, picking up a small sailing dinghy that'd been donated to Sailability.

Needless to say, we always have a wow of a time together, talking and sharing about all sorts of things on all sorts of different levels. Our friendship is like a breath of fresh air for both of us.

The biggest highlight was sitting eating our lunch right on the shores of the largest saltwater lake in Australia... the water seemed to stretch on forever - yet this was only one small arm of it! Sitting there soaking up the seabreeze and the salty-air really made me realise how much I miss living near the sea. But simply being able to see such a large unbroken totally-sailable body of water was absolutely soul-refreshing!!! We simply don't have large bodies of open water like that out here where I live!

I played five new-and-incomplete songs at the pub last night, as well as two new 'covers'. I wasn't feeling very well all day [tired and lacking energy], but it seemed to go over well... had some nice feedback, which was helpful. But I won't present 'unfinished' songs in public again... I just didn't think it was a good idea, in retrospect. But, there you go.
Peas be with ewe
Mal :)

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  1. glad you are getting things situated.

    also glad that you went out with a friend.

  2. I miss living on the coast too, don't get to see the ocean much at all these days. Glad you got to breathe in that salty air.