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Author Topic: Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman record a Violitonist Session  (Read 1200 times)

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We're very happy to announce that both Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman have recorded a Violitionist Session together in Denton, Texas.
http://violitionist.com/2012/05/amanda-palmer-and-neil-gaiman/

Amanda performed her cover of "Video Games" by Lana Del Rey as well as "In My Mind".
Neil sang the Leon Payne song "Psycho" with Amanda backing him on ukulele.
It's pretty great and you can download the audio for free on the site.

There's also a rare interview with the two of them together that goes into their relationship, creative processes,
the new album and how awesome it is, ninja gigs and AFP's relationship to fans.



Hope you enjoy. The site also features a session with Jason Webley.
Help us out and like the Violitonist Sessions Facebook page and share the session with your friends.
You can also follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/violitionist
Thanks!
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Violitionist Sessions
This is what happened in Denton, Texas.
http://violitionist.com

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Re: Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman record a Violitonist Session
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2012, 06:34:02 AM »

cool  :D
i especially like this version of "in my mind" and jason webley's rendition of that russian (?) song!
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Re: Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman record a Violitonist Session
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2012, 09:26:02 PM »

Great session! I do wonder about the princess outfit and tied hands though. Very interesting....
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