'Trembling Lips and Pale Fingertips' is available as a limited edition 7' vinyl (which comes with a download card inside), or of course as a digital download. These songs are beautiful, alternate versions of songs from Doug Burr's critically acclaimed record 'O Ye Devastator'. (also at CD Baby, and it has been an editors pick) 'Trembling Lips and Pale Fingertips' (out on 3/06) is the newest offering from Doug Burr. It's alternate versions of songs from his critically acclaimed record 'O Ye Devastator', which was a CD Baby Editors Pick. It will be released digitally and as a limited ed. 7'. 2 tracks on the vinyl, 4 on the download card. The tracks are beautifully stripped down, which isolates the actual song and really allows room for Doug's distinctive vocals and lyrics to be out in front. If you are unfamiliar w/ Doug Burr, he is a Denton, TX local troubadour . . . hero. After 3 full lengths, including the critically acclaimed 'O Ye Devastator', Burr has surely carved his path in music. His carefully crafted, absolutely heart-felt songs seem to resonate with all who hear them. On stage, be it Mr. Burr alone or accompanied by a full band, no one leaves unaffected. Call it folk, roots, americana, twang, folk pop . . . . call it whatever you like, we've always had a hard time choosing a name for it. Recently you may have heard his songs in a handful of indie movies and tv shows too. And while Doug has been on stage less recently, he has busy writing and recording demos of new songs. So we're offering this new 7' as a special little perk to satisfy those who are hungry for more Burr now.
A Black Wave Is Comin' (Forest Fortress Version)
Chief of Police In Chicago (Indefinite Surveillance Version)
Do You Hear Wedding Bells (Low Down Version)
A Black Wave Is Coming' (Album Version)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.