Friday, October 24, 2008

Come on, Care!




As I may have mentioned a few times (this is MY blog, after all) 17 Seconds Records' first signing (there will hopefully be more, my Parents are actually now asking who the next signing will be) are Aberfeldy.

Now, this version is NOT the version that can be downloaded and bought, but it is the version that was gievn away for free through the South By Southwest website earlier this year.

I am still not receiving the communiques I had asked for when I tried to do something similar months ago for another BAND whose management have so far failed to get in touch AND whose record company's rottweilers are being immoral.

Anyway, enjoy this song, then go and get the great single off iTunes, leave feedback and help 17 Seconds and Aberfeldy on the way to ruling the world.

Aberfeldy - Come On, Claire (free download version).' mp3

10 comments:

Misanthropes for Jesus said...

You're first signing is Aberfeldy? Staggeringly impressive

(though just don't flog any of their songs for bingo adverts)

Ed said...

Thank you, I was proud of that too.

As for the bingo ads, think that's a bit of a sore point...!

Ed

entrailicus said...

The, ahem, free version will be in the next FiS podcast.

Good luck with the whole world domination thing. When you're in charge, will you please stop the bastards who are deleting our blog posts!

Ed said...

Cheers - if you want I can send you an mp3 of the not free version via mp3?

Ed

Jim said...

Can I buy it somewhere other than iTunes Ed? Me & them don't get on - ie for some reason it likes to kill my computer when I try to start it up...

Ed said...

Thanks for offering buy it at all!

Should also be on Napster, eMusic, Tune Tribe, VidZone, MusicNet and OD2, if not now then very soon...

and it should be out on vinyl soon, too...

Misanthropes for Jesus said...

not that i know you, but can i reserve a 12"?

Ed said...

Hi mfj - it's only gonna be on 7" - keep an eye on the website www.17secondsrecords.co.uk for more on this as it happens.

Ed

Ken Hare said...

Hmmm. Finally got round to listening to this version. Rougher is a good way, I suppose, more live.

Keep up the good work (and the marking..... how the HELL do you find time to run a record label?)

Cheers... good luck dealing with the censors and the signings

Ed said...

*ironic laugh* it takes a LOT of juggling, believe you me...and a wonderful, wonderful wife.