And finally, it's the latest from Peter Case, the album is "The Case Files" and it's on Alive Records. As advertised, this one is demos, outtakes and oddities -- I like Case's low-fi version of the Stones' "Good Times, Bad Times." Case has been doing this a long time -- not just as a solo dude but as a band dude in the Nerves and the Plimsouls -- he scooped the Occupiers with tunes such as "Ballad of the Minimum Wage." For more on that, you might want to see Morgan Spurlock's "30 Days" or read "Nickel and Dimed" by Barbara Ehrenreich (she's the fifth reich on the left after Robert). Case is subtle and smooth -- just as he was at Zoey's not long ago -- so much for the power of the press -- only about a dozen people showed up -- the rest were a million mile away, maybe.
Peter Case - (Give Me) One More Mile by alivenaturalsound
Peter Case - Round Trip Stranger Blues by Pavement PR