Jobe - The shadow in the sky

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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Aidan C » Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:05 pm

Dec, will you be throwing your newfound fame from your appearance in Health & Living behind this project?
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Dec » Mon Aug 10, 2009 6:40 pm

Aidan C wrote:Dec, will you be throwing your newfound fame from your appearance in Health & Living behind this project?


They call me the side-profile scientist.
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Eoin » Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:26 am

Peter wrote:BTW - Really like the album Eoin, you did an absolutely terrific job.


peepingtom wrote:p.s very impressed with the album .... the arrangements are fantastic. Well done!


Aw, you guys! :)

peepingtom wrote:you'll need to have a torrent program like bittorrent first of all .... then go to mininova.org and go to the upload section ... I cant get it in work so cant give you step by step im afraid


Ah, thanks! I did try to make one with Utorrent once but couldn't get it to seed for some reason.
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Aidan C » Tue Aug 11, 2009 9:34 am

Dec wrote:
Aidan C wrote:Dec, will you be throwing your newfound fame from your appearance in Health & Living behind this project?


They call me the side-profile scientist.


I call you the pain in the arse scientist. I wanted to run that pic at the same depth over 3 cols, but your head was right in the way and I couldn't cut half of it off. Then I was going to put the grey heading panel in the top corner of the pic, but I couldn't do that either! So I just had to run the text as a big block with nothing to colour it up. You, Declan, have brought dullness onto the lead feature of Health and Living!

Eoin, I assumed I'd said something before but now realise I may not have... really do like the stuff, fair play on everything coming together.
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Dec » Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:24 pm

Aidan C wrote:I call you the pain in the arse scientist. I wanted to run that pic at the same depth over 3 cols, but your head was right in the way and I couldn't cut half of it off. Then I was going to put the grey heading panel in the top corner of the pic, but I couldn't do that either! So I just had to run the text as a big block with nothing to colour it up. You, Declan, have brought dullness onto the lead feature of Health and Living!


:cry: It's all that photographer's fault, I didn't even want to be in the picture!
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby pigography » Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:02 pm

Got it in the mail already!
Just haven't opened it yet - craaaaaaaazy busy around here.
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Eoin » Fri Aug 14, 2009 3:15 pm

Aidan C wrote:Eoin, I assumed I'd said something before but now realise I may not have... really do like the stuff, fair play on everything coming together.


Thanks, Aidan! Glad you like it.

pigography wrote:Got it in the mail already!
Just haven't opened it yet - craaaaaaaazy busy around here.


You should take a day off to listen to it. I'm sure people will understand. ;) I'll write you a note to explain!

Jobe wrote:Dear Whom It May Concern,

Sylvia was unable to attend work/school/family engagement today as she was experiencing The shadow in the sky.

Yours faithfully,
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby pigography » Fri Aug 14, 2009 5:45 pm

Wonder if they'd outright fire me if I put it through our speaker system - it plays music throughout the retail levels.





... or if they'd be too melancholy to care. :lol:
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Eoin » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:58 pm

pigography wrote:Wonder if they'd outright fire me if I put it through our speaker system - it plays music throughout the retail levels.

... or if they'd be too melancholy to care. :lol:


Maybe I should have made a version with the adult parts bleeped out... ;)

Melancholy? Whatever do you mean? :P
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Dec » Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:38 pm

An update, because I think Eoin won't bring it up himself.

The shadow in the sky will be available to buy on CD in HMV (Liffey Valley), Tower Records, and Road Records from Friday, 25th September. It's also still available for free download from the webbynet.

Jobe - My selfish heart

I guess a link will have to do. The cool message boards all allow YouTube embedding...
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Eoin » Mon Sep 21, 2009 2:18 pm

Dec wrote:An update, because I think Eoin won't bring it up himself.


Probably true. Every time I engage in anything resembling "advertising" a little part of me dies.

Dec wrote:I guess a link will have to do. The cool message boards all allow YouTube embedding...


What are you saying? PhpBB isn't cool any more? What's cool these days?? And free... don't forget free.
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Dec » Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:39 pm

The record should now be available in the following fine musicological establishments:

Tower Records (Wicklow Street)

Road Records

HMV (Liffey Valley)

Golden Discs (Maynooth)

Jobe.ie

And it's also still free to download!
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Re: Jobe - The shadow in the sky

Postby Eoin » Tue Sep 29, 2009 11:20 am

At this point I'm all about the money, so I recommend the website purchase since it ensures me the greatest profit margin. (Mmmmm, more euros for my greasy till.)

Also, apparently the bank want me to repay all that money they gave me. :o
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