eartrip 1 now available as hard copy


I’ve had some comments about the difficulty of reading 200 pages off a screen, and asking about hard-copy options. Well, for those who had those problems, and for those who like to have a physical object in their hands, ‘Eartrip’ has now been set up as a project at online publisher lulu (thanks, once again, to Dick Bowman). It’ll come in A5, black and white, paperback book format. Cost to the UK is just over £8, including P & P costs (from Spain).

In case anyone’s wondering, no one’s getting any money from this about from lulu.com. At least at this stage, I’m not really comfortable with running ‘Eartrip’ for profit.

Here’s the link:

http://www.lulu.com/content/2304158

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eartrip issue 1 now available on FTP server

Dick Bowman, a member of the freejazz.org forums, has kindly offered to host ‘eartrip’ files on his FTP server:

With David’s permission I’ve put the Eartrip pdf onto my FTP server.
You should be able to reach it by sending your FTP client to 88.97.16.226 and doing all the geeky “anonymous” and email address stuff. You’ll find an Eartrip folder.
I’ve downloaded remotely from this server a few times, so it might work – please advise of problems (email to dick@dickbowman.org.uk).
The plan is that the file (and future issues) will be there for the foreseeable future (or until the box breaks). Currently too mean/poor/incompetent to give it a domain name – anyone winning the lottery using the IP address numbers please donate 10% of your winnings to the RUCMA Cultural Emergency Fund.

Or try popping this web address into your browser:
ftp://88.97.16.226/Eartrip/eartrip-1-21.pdf

eartrip – the first issue

Hello.

Well here it is – the first issue of ‘eartrip’, a new magazine focussing on jazz and experimental musics. In this issue, there are articles on jazz blogs, on New York bassist and composer William Parker, on the recent collaboration between Anthony Braxton and Cecil Taylor, and on free improvisation, as well as extensive album and gig review sections, and an interview with British jazz pioneers Mike and Kate Westbrook.

The magazine is available, in PDF Format, by going to the download link below:

http://sharebee.com/0509d9a3

Alternate link one:
http://rapidshare.com/files/103781066/EARTRIP-1-2_1_.pdf.html

Alternate link two:
http://www.mediafire.com/?y4qvq04yzv5

Enjoy and please leave feedback (either by email or as a blog comment).

That’s it for now.

Best,
David Grundy