Monday, February 22, 2010

TVD's Ten Weeks of Record Store Day Vinyl Giveaways - Week 3 | Sub Pop Week, Day 1

I know we're onto something with these Record Store Day 2010 Vinyl Giveaways and to underscore this notion, our friends at Sub Pop Records have given us not just one LP to offer you guys this week, but a total of five. Right, five.

So, we're going to give one a day
all week. How's that for dedication to the cause?

First up:
The Album Leaf's 'A Chorus of Storytellers' which marks the first decade for the group led by Jimmy LaValle. In those 10 years, LaValle has gone from initial improvised home recordings to now five complete studio albums, from opening slots to leading an incredible world-touring band to the stage at Red Rocks, headlining the Metamorphose festival in Japan and performing at the Hollywood Bowl with the Incredible String Band. LaValle’s well-earned reputation as a crafter of impeccable sonic imagery even led to a critically-acclaimed show at the Seattle International Film Festival where The Album Leaf performed a live score for the 1927 silent film Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans.

The rules can't be any simpler for our Sub Pop LP Giveaways this week: each day this week we'll be launching a new
Sub Pop RSD2010 Vinyl Giveaway and all you need to do to enter to win is to leave a comment in the comments section to that week's giveaway letting us know why you deserve to win that week's LP.

Be creative, funny, incisive—whatever it takes to grab our attention to deem you the winner. Most important however is to leave us a contact email address! You can be brilliant as hell, but if we can't track ya' down, you're out of the running.

All winners will all be notified
on Monday (3/1) upon the launch of the next RSD2010 Vinyl Giveaway!


JasonAdored said...

So, is this where we say we'd love the LP? It'd look great on my shelves and sound even better on my deck...And besides I've heard some tracks and they're beautiful.

Lawdrone said...

Because I've heard of them, but never heard them.

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Kyle said...

I like leafs and albums, enough said?