Saturday, February 20, 2010

Jason Lytle’s X-mas present that I just found

It’s quite beautiful, classically influenced instrumental piano noodling. Perfect for a day around the house in winter.

Go here to download it for free (you have to submit an email address):

Merry X-Mas 2009

Here’s his note:

Hello to All! This is Jason.

It is approximately Christmas 2009, and I am letting whoever you are know that I have a gift for you, if you want it.

I set up some microphones in my living room and recorded about 35 minutes of improvisational piano music, and... It just so happens that playing my piano at home is one of my favorite things to do (in terms of music) so it was nice to be able to capture some of these moments of me just playing aimlessly and relaxed. appreciation to those of you who bought my album this year, or came to the shows, or donated money to help my sister, or even to those of you who did none of those is a gift from me.

I hope you all had a good year and that next year will be even better!


oh yes, P.S.

I should also mention that I am currently at work on a new album and although I'm quite sure none of the songs will end up on the radio.... I'm guaranteeing that this will be the weirdest, most wonderful mayhem I have made yet!

ok bye.


1. last conversation in waltz time 04:11
2. wild animals slowly approaching the lovely country funeral 04:25
3. out cold on indian ambien 05:14
4. Meeshell 03:15
5. good chord song for lp two 05:13
6. bird feeder soap opera plot 03:00
7. SepDecember Song 05:20


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