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Farthest Field

A bit of calm before the storm of the weekend...

On Tuesday I went to Shake It to see Sub Pop's Daniel Martin Moore and Joan Shelley perform in-store for the release of their collaborative album, Farthest Field, the fifth album to come out from DMM's own label, Ol Kentuck. I'll let the beauty of their music speak for itself; you can listen to the whole album on the Ol Kentuck site. (Ol Kentuck also released Joan Shelley's solo album, Ginko, earlier this spring.)

When you're done listening to Farthest Field, give a listen to Vashti Bunyan, whom DMM & Joan Shelley credit for inspiring their collaborative album. 

(The DMM/Joan Shelley video was recorded at the beautiful Emery Theatre — not far from where I grabbed this shot — by photographer Michael Wilson.)

Reader Comments (2)

I heard that Todd Rundgren was playing here in Virginia Beach. I just had to smile. I really enjoy the music you post here, your pictures and musings

May 20, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHeidi

Heidi: thank you! Sometimes I fear my music taste goes beyond eclectic and into weird, but I'm glad to hear some people enjoy it. (A Todd show is an eclectic, weird, and enjoyable treat in and of itself...)

May 21, 2012 | Registered CommenterZan McQuade

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