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Thursday December 29th, 2011:
Some kind soul has posted all of "Revenge Will Come" on YouTube.
Click here to listen to "Revenge will come" and then you can play the other songs from there.
More new videos in the Music/Video section
Greg has partipated in Swedish label Hemifran's compilation "Hymns from Home". You can listen to his songs:
* A life of crime * My favorite dream
My friend Arthur Woods, of Kerrville Kronikles fame, published an interview with Greg a couple of years ago. Just found it... Read it here
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Thursday October 13th, 2011 :
Saturday February 21st, 2009
Diana & James, #1 on EuroAmericana Charts. Kudos to Greg and Peter at Hemifran!!!
The Euro Americana Chart is compiled by DJs, journalists, retailers, promotors and other people who are interested in Americana music from all over Europe. Every month they send in their favourite CD top 6.
Tuesday January 13, 2009
Interview with Greg and Steve Noonan. Click here
Friday, Dec. 5, 2008
Music Section: Added MP3 Of Copeland/Polland' Song for Free, released by Gentle Soul in 1967
Tuesday, November 18, 2008 - More reviews added
Thursday November 13, 2008
* New section for reviews and interviews
* Michael Witthaus reviews Diana & James, and interviews Greg
Saturday, November 1st
Music Section: Added MP3 for La Belle Saison, French version of The Fairest of the Seasons, by Axelle Renoir
Added link to Youtube clip of El Salvador by Joan Baez and Jackson Browne
Music Section: Added MP3 file for Pretty Girls Rule The World, by David Lindley
Added linked logo to Inside Recordings store
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* Read Richie Unterberger's liner notes to the reissue of Steve Noonan's Elektra 1968 LP where early collaboration beteen Greg and Steve is mentioned at large. And of course, check out Steve Noonan's new music at www.stevenoonan.com
* Added list of songs written by Greg Copeland + lots of obscure MP3s (Music section, Songs tab)
* Video montage about Steve Noonan (Music section, Video tab)
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10/01/08From Kevin Avery's journal:
One of my all-time favorite
records is 1982's Revenge Will Come, the debut album by a poet/songwriter
named Greg Copeland. Produced by his good friend (since high school) Jackson
Browne and released on the Geffen label, the album was at once critically
embraced (along with Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska, David Johansen's Live
It Up, and Lou Reed's The Blue Mask, it landed on Time
magazine's best-of-the-year list) and commercially forgotten. It has never been
released on CD.
A few years ago, preparing for my move two-thirds of the way across the country and looking for ways to lighten my load, I sold off most of my vinyl collection, saving only those records that either had some sort of sentimental value or which were yet unavailable on CD. Revenge Will Come came to New York City with me.