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Adam Marsland, Still The Renaissance Man

Adam Marsland is one busy mofo.

Just got an email from him with a great offer for those who have not heard or bought his releases. “I’ve been real busy lately with all kinds of projects — putting on Adam’s ’70s show, working with The Standells, producing and recording artists at my studio and doing session and custom song work. One thing I haven’t been doing much lately is my original music, and a lot of my new friends haven’t heard that much of it. With that in mind, I’m doing a limited offer…my last three albums are now available as a threefer deal from my website.”

Between these three albums, you get 57 SONGS FOR $25. That includes postage. $25 out the door gets you:

DAYLIGHT KISSING NIGHT — the 20-song compilation of my best stuff from 1997-2007, all digitally remastered by Earle Mankey.

GO WEST — my 2009 double CD magnum opus. 23 songs, two discs, and a 16-page lyric booket.

HELLO CLEVELAND — the limited edition (489 copies!) “album in a day” from 2010. Impossible to find used for less than full price ($13).

This will get you virtually all of the original Adam Marsland music you’ll ever need…”Karma Frog,” “When I Lied To Everyone,” “My Name Is Jonas Brothers,” “Ludlow 6:18“, “The Big Bear“…pretty much ever original song you’ve ever heard him do live or seen on YouTube is on one of these albums.

The deal is only available for a limited time – go here and click on the link to buy the “57 songs for $25” threefer. Visa, MasterCard and PayPal are all accepted. You can order from anywhere in the U.S. or the world (additional shipping charges apply for foreign markets).

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And R.I.P. Bill Gallo, columnist and cartoonist. I grew up in New York City and as a child, read the Daily News and Newsday every day before realizing that they were tabloids and not all headlines were so hyperkinetic.

Gallo did the editorial cartoons in the sports section of the Daily News which could be sarcastic, poignant or funny…or all three. His characters like Basement Bertha and Yuchie made concepts came to life. He was also a hell of a writer and not just about sports. Bill Gallo died Tuesday at 88 years young.

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