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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Peter Holsapple blogs about new song, Dylan and more in NYT

Posted by on Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 8:29 AM

Peter Holsapple of dBs fame posts on The New York Times' blog, Measure for Measure, a new song, "All Talk." In addition, he muses on his current band, Luego, his recent forays into songwriting collaboration and his inspiration from Dylan to revive old material in a refreshing way. He writes:

"This old plow horse plans to use those cues to make my new tunes more adaptable (if no less personal) and broad. Thank you, Bob, thank you Drew and Patrick, and thanks to everyone who’s been reading my blogs. You all inspire me to do better and do more, which is all any songwriter could hope."

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