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  1. 19.99 + shipping here: http://www.scdistribution.com/release.html?catalog=SC299&class=title Didn't It Rain is Jason Molina's first perfect record. Recorded live in a single room, with no overdubs and musicians creating their parts on the fly, the overall approach to the recording was nothing new for Molina. But something in the air and execution of Didn't It Rain clearly sets it apart from his existing body of work. His albums had always been full of space, but never had Molina sculpted the space as masterfully as he does on Didn't It Rain. Perhaps it is that Molina entered the ses
  2. Only the one-sheet is available through Secretly Canadian right now; also mentions limited-edition colored vinyl run of 500. On vinyl for the first time. http://www.secretlydistribution.com/resources/trr246.pdf
  3. Glen Hansard (The Swell Season, The Frames) is releasing a tribute EP to a friend, Jason Molina, titled It Was Triumph We Once Proposed. Molina of course was part of Songs: Ohia, among other projects. The EP is being released on 12″ vinyl, now up for pre-order. http://www.glenhansardmusic.com/songofgoodhope/?page_id=933
  4. http://www.ccnow.com/cgi-local/sc_cart.cgi?7125431131615633 From Spin: A gem from the late Jason Molina's back-catalog will soon see the light once again. On August 27, Misra Records will re-release Hello Future Tinglies, the 1991 album from Spineriders, a Lorian, Ohio punk band that featured Molina on bass and back-up vocals. "Our aim in unearthing Hello Future Tinglies is to provide an invaluable window into the life, circumstances and experiences of a young Northeast Ohio native whose extraordinary gift would grow, take form and awaken the world in innumerable ways," the label explains.
  5. Secretly Canadian is proud to announce the 15th Anniversary reissue of a Songs: Ohia classic, the Hecla & Griper EP, now appearing for the first time on vinyl with previously unreleased bonus material. After spending the summer of 1997 on the road, Jason Molina and Co. headed into Bloomington, Ind. studio The Grotto with producer Dan Burton and layed down these eight songs. Odes to the love of loss and reggae friends. If you have ever found the other pillow empty in the morning,this is what you need to dry your tears. It also features a Conway Twitty cover. This vinyl reissue contains
  6. As many of you know Jason Molina passed away on the 16th and Graveface and William Schaff are putting together a tribute cd and limited print to celebrate his art and life and raise some money to help support Jason's family during these tough times (no matter how big of a fan any of us were know that he meant infinitely more to them...) http://www.graveface.com/graveface-catalog.html Sad times...
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