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Oct
01
2012

Illustration: Medeski Martin & Wood

I try to keep my music-related ramblings to a minimum on this blog, but if you follow me on Twitter, you probably know that I’m a bit of a music-obsessive. I subscribe to a lot of music blogs, but one of my absolute favorites is Aquarium Drunkard, which you can find here. One of the features they run occasionally are “Lagniappe Sessions,” in which they invite musicians to do a few covers of their favorite songs just for the site. The most recent one features Medeski Martin & Wood and I supplied the illustration:

Here’s the full MMW post. The band covers “Suspicious Minds” by Elvis, “What I’d Say” by Ray Charles, and “The Pocket Knife” by PJ Harvey.

The original art for this is for sale here.

4 comments

  1. Mark Hartmann says:

    I followed your link to the session, but the files are no longer available. Would you be willing to share the digital files that accompany the illustration?

  2. Ben says:

    You’ll have to find the post on the Aquarium Drunkard site. I believe they recently redesigned, so that’s probably why the direct link isn’t working.

  3. Mark Hartmann says:

    I found the post, but the AD links to the mp3 files don’t work. That’s why I was hoping you might have the digital files.

  4. Ben says:

    No, I just did the illustration. I don’t have copies of the songs.

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