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Post 100 – Amber Albrecht spectacular!

February 7, 2012

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Wow!  This is post number 100!  Cue fireworks.  Massive explosions.  Teenage girls run into the Memorial Auditorium screaming and hysterical.  Dogs and cats conclude an uneasy truce. Today I am bringing you a blast from the past, and not one but two pieces of exciting news.  Said news involves my old pal Amber Albrecht. Amber […]

The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery

November 28, 2011

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Hear it again, for the first time! Maintaining this here blog has been a shocking 180 degree turn from my previous stance with respect to public relations; now I’m a one man minstrel show, utterly dead inside!  No, not really…  But this recent turnabout, coupled with my usual quantity over quality productivity means that I […]

An Algonquin Park Postcard

August 25, 2011

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Here’s another something from the archives.  As a promo for Touching Earth Made of Steel’s amazing The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery – which is a full-length concept album about a couple who disappeared in Algonquin Park in the the 70s – I made some promotional material.  The highlight is this postcard, which I think the […]

Old visual art

August 9, 2011

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Over a year ago the legendary Ottawa band Touching Earth Made of Steel played their first and only live show at Raw Sugar.  Mea culpa:  I’m in the band, so my telling you that it was the best show of the year should be deemed only slightly suspect.  Either way, I made a poster for […]

Map of Algonquin Park

August 20, 2010

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Maps are ubeatably aesthetically pleasing objects.  That is a fact.  For the Touching Earth Made Of Steel album The Carl Wilson Lake Mystery (which you can buy on iTunes, and which you should buy on iTunes, or Amazon) I whipped up a small map of the middle of Algonquin Park, which I was quite happy […]