San Diego's spring record releases

The Roundup for March 2016

Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place drops You’re Doomed. Be Nice on Friday, March 4, via Temporary Residence.
  • Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place drops You’re Doomed. Be Nice on Friday, March 4, via Temporary Residence.

Wayne Riker Brotherhood’s Blues Convocation record drops March 1, featuring selections that showcase Delta, Chicago, gospel, and jump blues by Freddie King, Jimmy Reed, John Mayall, and more.

"Business Interruptus"

...from Rob Crow's Gloomy Place

...from Rob Crow's Gloomy Place

The debut album from Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place, You’re Doomed. Be Nice, will be released on March 4 via Temporary Residence. Recorded and mixed by Ben Moore, limited vinyl editions come with an MP3 download coupon good for two bonus digital tracks. Also due March 4 is Greg Laswell’s Everyone Thinks I Dodged a Bullet (Vanguard Records), written, performed, produced, and mixed by Laswell.

At John Helix’s March 4 record-release party for Tune Out, Turn Off, Disconnect at Lestat’s, “The first half will be me playing originals, a lot of stuff from the new album,” says Helix. “The second half will be me doing an Elton John tribute in a vintage ’70s costume — glasses and all. I’ll be playing a lot of his hits from the early ’70s, but also some of his more obscure stuff.”

Switchfoot’s 2005 Nothing Is Sound album will be re-released on limited edition colored vinyl on March 8. Ass Pocket Whiskey Fellas are debuting their Second Pint full-length on March 12 at downtown’s Irish pub the Field.

Danny Green is set to premiere Altered Narratives on March 18 via OA2 Records. “Altered Narratives is all about revisiting events through music...each of the pieces on the album revisits what was going on in my life as I composed the pieces.”

Sue Palmer and her Motel Swing Orchestra will debut their latest, The Thunderbird Sessions, at Tio Leo’s on March 24.

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