|Ben Gibbard Channels Kerouac|
2009-08-14 by Adam Thomas STAFF | 9 Comments
|Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard has teamed up with Son Volt's Jay Ferrar to record an album inspired by the Kerouac novel Big Sur, entitled One Fast Move or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur. Originally, the idea of the collaboration was to compose several songs for the soundtrack to the upcoming documentary of the same name, but it soon was expanded into a separate full-length release. Both the album and the feature film will be available October, 20th. |
1. California Zephyr
2. Low Life Kingdom
4. All In One
5. Breathe Our Iodine
6. These Roads Don’t Move
7. Big Sur
8. One Fast Move Or I'm Gone
9. Final Horrors
10. Sea Engines
11. The Void
12. San Francisco
Tagged: Ben Gibbard
still waiting for the next Postal Service album.
never gonna happen, bro.
one can dream.
No, no one can dream.
This sounds interesting. Kerouac = best American author of the 20th century.
Also, it's Jay Farrar, not Ferrar.
I want to dream... and in that dream i'll be jamming the electronic beats of Postal Service.
• Asking Alexandria singer quits
• Mew unveil new song
• Periphery stream Juggernaut: Alpha
• Modest Mouse release new video
• Rush announce R40 Tour (updated)
• New Megadeth album announced
• Periphery stream Juggernaut: Omega
• Rob Zombie reveals live album
• Liturgy stream Quetzalcoatl
• Bjork releases Vulnicura on iTunes
• Franck Carducci streams new album
• Zoë Keating's Youtube Dilemma
• Powder For Pidgeons stream LP
• Cryptrip stream debut LP
• Napalm Death drop new video
• Burial releases Temple Sleeper
• We Are Harlot premiere music video
• The Vaccines announce 3rd LP
• Do stream new EP
• The Gentle Storm release new lyri..
• Corelia detail two-disc debut alb..
• Lunar Mantra stream debut LP
• Medusa's Disco stream new album
• Cannibal Ox return
• TLC announce final album
» see all news