I have just released a remastered and repackaged edition of my 1991 release “The Line.” It was a fairly hasty follow up to my debut and still definitive CD “Clear and Cold.” I had written a song called Duty Free Dubrovnik. It was inspired by a New York Times article depicting the huge party the rampaging JNA (Jugoslav National Army) threw when they ‘liberated’ the duty free shop at the Dubrovnik airport. Luckily that’s about as far as they got into Dubrovnik. I built the album around this theme along with the subtext of the 1991 Iraq war which occurred around the same time. It was recorded with all the superlatives of the fabulous Studio M in St Paul. Best Steinway piano in the land and a famously well equipped and staffed studio. The remastering really brings these qualities to the surface.I have a couple weeks off. Frankly, I’m a bit bored. There is nothing I would rather do than sit on my couch and personally autograph one of these fine recordings for you. I am so bored right now, I will throw in another CD of your choice for an extra five dollars. Shipping is included (to anywhere in the US) either way. Please get me to quit napping and start signing and mailing!
Hope to see you at a show somewhere.
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