Thursday, February 19, 2009

A belated Grammy congrats for Dust-to-Digital!

[Above: Photo taken by Chad Radford for Creative Loafing]

We're only, oh, a couple weeks after the fact on this, but better late than never, right? Our pals at Dust-to-Digital, Lance and April Ledbetter, deserve some major props for bringing home the Grammy for Best Historical Album for the amazing Art of Field Recording: Volume I box set. We've been hyping the Ledbetters and all their wonderful releases for some time now, and they deserve much more than a Grammy, but for now, let us pile on the acclaim. Way to go, guys!

Stop by and check out our vast selection of Dust-to-Digital goods, including but not limited to the above-mentioned Grammy winner, its Volume II sequel, the gorgeous Goodbye to Babylon gospel box, the Where Will You Be Christmas Day? compilation (it's packed away somewhere, being that it's a holiday release, but we will happily dig it up if you want it), the Joe Bussard/Fonotone Records box, the How Low Can You Go? string-bass box, the list goes on and on, and it's all great.

Below is a photo of Art Rosenbaum and Lance accepting the award at the Grammy ceremony. Click here for more straight from the D-t-D newsletter, including video of the acceptance. Very cool. Congratulations, again, to the one and only Dust-to-Digital.



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