Posted by: admin on May 15, 2009 @ 2:25 pm
Filed under: Dave Douglas (News), Greenleaf Music News, Music

…and we’re up!

Spirit Moves

Click over to the Spirit Moves page at our webstore to see the packages we’ve put out there for you. The album is streaming in it’s entirety at that page as well. Plus there’s a new video from the DVD that is included in the Deluxe packaging. And there is sheet music, too. And… and… and… plenty more over there.

Subscriber update:

There are two bonus tracks available at the subscriber section – Hope, and Prayer for Baghdad. Both are from the same Brass Ecstasy session that brought Spirit Moves to fruition. Both are available as MP3s or FLACs.

Those who want to get in on the action over at the subscriber section (we’re over 2GB of unreleased material!), we have an offer for you involving Dave’s new record. Click here for more info.

To all who helped out: thank you, thank you.

And to our illustrious label head and artist-in-awesome: thanks for the new record, DD. Have a good time at Banff.


  1. I’ve downloaded music from a few online retailers (DGMlive.com, Bleep.com, etc.) and yours by far are the most well set-up that I’ve seen.  You’ve got the cover images embedded, files tagged properly, etc.  There’s nothing I need to do to them except drag them into Itunes.  I have been extremely disappointed by my experiences with Warp’s Bleep.com in that they sell wav files rather than flac, they come with no artwork, and the files are named things like “wapco01.wav” rather than song titles with track numbers – very frustrating.  My most recent purchase, a set of 32 songs, took me almost an hour to get it properly encoded, renamed, tagged correctly, find the album art, and put it into Itunes.  Not fun – I’ll think twice next time.  So, again, thank you for making this simple!

    Comment by Tom — May 19, 2009 @ 8:47 am

  2. Thanks for the kind words about the formatting.  It takes just a little more effort from labels and distributors to make digital files easy to use.  It seems that the problems come when people who don’t do a lot of downloading — I am certainly one who downloads (buys) an insane amount of music — are the ones doing the converting.

    Comment by Jim — May 19, 2009 @ 8:48 am

  3. I think you’re right – it’s those who are doing the downloading, who know these frustrations, that go the extra mile to make sure others don’t have to deal with it on their end.  I’m sure everyone will come along someday, but it feels like, by 2009, we should be further than this…

    Comment by Tom — May 19, 2009 @ 8:49 am

  4. and the music is so great… one more time!! Thanks Dave, thanks Jim and all staff in Greenleaf

    Comment by Julien — May 19, 2009 @ 12:39 pm

  5. Ha! Thanks, Julien. Always good to hear from you. Hope you’re well.

    Comment by Jim Tuerk — May 19, 2009 @ 2:42 pm

  6. I just became a subscriber and can’t wait to get my package. Thanks Dave!

    I’m doing something similar with my new release, and its been very successful. I wish you all the best.

    Comment by Jason Parker — May 19, 2009 @ 11:09 pm

  7. and the music is so great… one more time!! Thanks Dave, thanks Jim and all staff in Greenleaf

    Comment by PB — May 26, 2009 @ 11:18 pm

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