THOUSANDS of plays for "CONGRATS"!

FB goes potty for DP's silliest track!

Merely one of many royalty statements here - this particular one for 2,300 plays - illustrating the remarkable popularity of our most throwaway track. Meanwhile classic songs such as Find Ways to Matter etc continue to languish in (even deeper) obscurity. Though you will note that Spray Tan Apocalypse is shown to have had 100 plays on this summary - that's something at least!

Live online: Bat Boy Signs Up, Monday Down 13/03/21

New versions of two of our best known songs - Ian and Liza joined here by the formidable rhythm section of Peter Schuchardt (in the Netherlands) and Dada Paradox first timer Billy Pleasant (in London.) All playing live together over the internet via the miracle that is Jamulus software...

 

Images of Christmas 2020

Flash back to Christmas whereupon Dada Paradox played Images of Christmas (originally released under the Larch moniker) on the WorldJam Christmas Special show...

DP Live online again...

Had a blast performing on the WorldJam live streaming show last Saturday - many thanks to all who make these shows possible - and kudos to Peter West and Peter Schuchardt who joined us on drums and bass respectively for the show - 'twas fab to play with a rockin' rhythm section again!

 

Dear Diary: 

Day 217: Have completed the video for On Deep England (see above.) Very pleased with the thumbnail! We look good as cartoons... 

Turns out, have only uploaded ODE to BandCamp - d'oh! Spotify will have to wait...apologies to them... 

The necessary absence of gigs continues and we have been forced to seek musical companionship on the internet. We have had several encounters with like-minded musos all utilising Jamulus software. During our first online rehearsal at Base Camp Dada Paradox server we were joined out of the blue by a friendly guitarist called Bernard some 180 miles north of us, playing from his home in his native Southport. Bernard kindly showed us some very useful Jamulus ropes and we played impromtu versions of John Prine's 'Angel From Montgomery' and Liza's 'Summer Song' - fun! 

Farewell kind Bernard - stay safe! Next stop: an online live performance with musicians from other parts of the UK and Europe? Oh, Diary, I do hope so... 

More anon!

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