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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Nifty! A DC date in early September

    I'M CLOSING IN ON YER BRAGGING RIGHTS, IAN
    Bought a ticket for the Boston show yesterday !

    Looks like a new album coming as well.
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    my wife and I are going.
    That's where we saw him a decade ago.
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    Bonus excellent news!

    Ronin would be a killer pick for Big Ears. Surprised it hasn't happened yet, actually...unless it is just a scheduling/timing issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    my wife and I are going.
    That's where we saw him a decade ago.
    Fantastic!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Bought a ticket for the Boston show yesterday !

    Looks like a new album coming as well.
    Ian - any idea if the place they are playing is standing or sitting? (for the audience, not the band )

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    A Chicago show!! A Thursday night might be doable for me, especially if I bundle it into a long weekend in the city, which always appeals to my wife. Anyone have any experience with the venue there, Constellation?
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    It's a small room, there are some benches to sit on on one side if you get there very early, they are grabbed quickly, otherwise its either sitting on the floor if everyone decides to do that or standing. I've seen both happen at that venue depending on the band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    It's a small room, there are some benches to sit on on one side if you get there very early, they are grabbed quickly, otherwise its either sitting on the floor if everyone decides to do that or standing. I've seen both happen at that venue depending on the band.
    they are definitely a 'sit on the floor' band to me - especially because my right leg will most likely start throbbing and go numb if i stand the whole time.

    aging sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Nifty! A DC date in early September
    May!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    May!
    Damn those European date formats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    May!
    Come on Europe, make dates great again!!!

    Thanks very much for that catch Steve! I'm assuming you fine folks are doing the 8 PM show?
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    Nice! And finally. Got a ticket for Chicago show. Notifying my local friends which will garner more attendance. Thanks for the head's up!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Come on Europe, make dates great again!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post

    Thanks very much for that catch Steve! I'm assuming you OLD folks are doing the 8 PM show?
    Fixed it for you and yes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zappaeverafter View Post
    Nice! And finally. Got a ticket for Chicago show. Notifying my local friends which will garner more attendance. Thanks for the head's up!!
    Of course I am scheduled to teach that day, 9 am until 5:30 PM. *^%*#!!. No way to get to Chi-town unless I let the class out a good 90 mins. early. Hmmm...

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    8pm Blues Alley FTW! Wow, what a treat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post




    Fixed it for you and yes!
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    (got my ticket, very excited to see them for the first time!)
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    Just bought my tics for Blues Alley.
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    Huh. Here's a preview. I don't think I've ever seen an ECM release on Bandcamp before.

    https://roninrhythmrecords.bandcamp.com/album/awase

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiral View Post
    I don't think I've ever seen an ECM release on Bandcamp before.
    Well, it is the 90's now.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiral View Post
    Huh. Here's a preview. I don't think I've ever seen an ECM release on Bandcamp before.

    https://roninrhythmrecords.bandcamp.com/album/awase
    ECM is even on Spotify nowadays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    ECM is even on Spotify nowadays.
    Yeah, I knew about the streaming thing, but didn't think ECM had worked out a deal for actual digital sales (outside the most obvious spots like Itunes). I figured it'd be much more complicated to permit catalogue stuff to be distributed by individual artists that way... though obviously there's no reason they can't work out those deals with new releases as they go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiral View Post
    Yeah, I knew about the streaming thing, but didn't think ECM had worked out a deal for actual digital sales (outside the most obvious spots like Itunes). I figured it'd be much more complicated to permit catalogue stuff to be distributed by individual artists that way... though obviously there's no reason they can't work out those deals with new releases as they go.
    No.

    The same digital aggregators who put stuff up digitally on iTunes (which ECM, IIRC, was on, BEFORE they did streaming) also supply to streaming services. In fact, with all these aggregators, the default is that your catalog is supplied to ALL digital services and if you don’t want streaming, you have to be very specific in your contract language, as we are, to NOT have streaming.

    Having said all that, BandCamp is the exception; BandCamp is not supplied by digital aggregators, it’s done solely by labels or artists, afaik. Notice that this BandCamp clip is under the rubric of Ronan Rhythm, NOT ECM....
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    Hey, it looks like this short leg isn't the end. AAJ's interview has Nik saying that they're coming back later in the year and hitting the west coast.


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    That might be something I’d drag my lazy ass out to see.

    If the venue allows donkeys.

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