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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 15:31

FM Cables AT THE LONDON BASS GUITAR SHOW

 

This years London Bass Guitar Show is set to be the biggest and best yet. On the 1-2 March 2014, some of the best bass players in the world will be descending on the London Olympia to promote the art of bass playing to the general public.

UK bass players will have the opportunity to observe first-hand the latest products and gear, watch the world’s top players and attend master classes and clinics, all under one roof.  To add to the whole experience FM Cables will be there to offer ‘sound’ advice on the their top of the line Instrument Cables.

You can find us on Stand D12.  Come along and say hello and have a look at what we recommend to go between your Bass Guitar and your Amp.  Also we will have our ‘new’ Speakon Speaker range on hand for you to try out.

FM SPK T 2 Small

Find us on the LBGS Website: http://www.londonbassguitarshow.com/exhibitors/fm-cables/

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Tuesday, 19 March 2013 10:59

DAVID BOWIE EMBRACES TECHNOLOGY

In a day where many bands scream and yell when it comes to how their music is produced and distributed, David Bowie shows everyone how it’s done and streams his new album “The Next Day” in its entirety on iTunes until its official release.

In his first new studio material since 2003, Bowie let’s us have it with “The Next Day”.  This album features the single “Where are we now” (already available for purchase on iTunes) as well as “The Stars (Are out tonight)”.  As a matter of fact, the video for “The Stars” was just released last week, and is available for viewing below.

The official launch date of the album is March 12 of this year (yes, 2013) and until the launch date; you can listen to the album in its entirety on iTunes, free of charge.  Yes, the entire album.  If you want to listen, give a click right here, or just open iTunes and look for the huge David Bowie The Next Day image.

I personally applaud Davie Bowie for his bold method of releasing his music.  With access to his new material being available for everyone to try out, more people have the opportunity to decide if the music is a fit for them.  It may honestly drive more sales of fans who really do appreciate the content.

One of the interesting tidbits of the new album, it the cover art.  It is a modified version of David Bowie’s 1977 album, “Heroes”.  What does it mean?  By obscuring the original cover, the message is said to portray “forgetting or obliterating the past”.

 bowie compare

“The Next Day” comes in two versions, a standard and a deluxe version.  The deluxe version adds 3 additional songs to the playlist.  Speaking of which, here it is:

The Next Day Track List:

Number

Track Name

Run Time

1

The Next Day

3:51

2

Dirty Boys

2:58

3

The Stars (Are Out Tonight)

3:56

4

Love is Lost

3:57

5

Where Are We Now?

4:08

6

Valentine’s Day

3:01

7

If You Can See Me

3:16

8

I’d Rather Be High

3:53

9

Boss Of Me

4:09

10

Dancing Out In Space

3:24

11

How Does The Grass Grow

4:33

12

(You Will) Set The World On Fire

3:30

13

You Feel So Lonely You Could Die

4:41

14

Heat

4:25

15

So She **

2:31

16

I’ll Take You There **

2:44

17

Plan **

2:34

** Denotes track available only on Deluxe version

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