“We Are The Junction”: The Christmas CD you’ve been waiting for

Guaranteed to make you want to stand in the middle of Walk-All-Ways, join hands with your fellow West Seattleites and sway gently (or not-so-gently depending on what you’ve been up to) while singing along … it’s “We Are The Junction” – as announced/explained by Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) proprietor Jeff Gilbert:

A Christmas album compilation made by West Seattle musicians for West Seattle

CD Release Party, Saturday, December 5th, 8 PM, The Feedback Lounge, right after the West Seattle Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Conceived by Jeff Gilbert, Steve Adams and Dave Blackburn, “We Are The Junction” is a West Seattle Christmas compilation featuring West Seattle musicians/bands. All proceeds from sales of the album are being donated to the West Seattle Food Bank.

Featuring all original holiday songs, the participating artists/musicians are…

Kirk Dubb/Dynomite D
The Pleasure Elite
Urban Squirrel
The Bend
Stumbletown Steve Adams
Gunn & The Damage Done
Jay Cates & Jefferson Bennett
Mr. Holmes
Earth, Wind & Steve

The album will be for sale at Easy Street Records, West 5, Shadowland, and The Feedback Lounge December 5th and will sell for $10.

We Are The Junction continues with two more charity albums planned for 2010, including a two-disc summer CD.

4 Replies to ""We Are The Junction": The Christmas CD you've been waiting for"

  • WSHC November 24, 2009 (3:31 pm)

    That is some Good Time West Seattle Hardcore there. Yep.

  • Leroniusmonkfish November 24, 2009 (3:35 pm)

    What? No Eddie Vedder?

  • The LawTunes November 25, 2009 (10:37 am)

    Here’s a thumbs-up to those behind this new CD, who have the initiative to exercise a little creativity in the holiday album context, rather than the endless string of cookie-cutter CDs we too often see. The LawTunes salute such efforts, and seek to follow in even a small way in such footsteps, as evidenced by our latest lawyer holiday gift album, “Season’s Briefings From The LawTunes.” You can hear clips at http://www.LawTunes.com. Thanks again for letting us know about this unique release.

  • Peter November 25, 2009 (1:10 pm)

    Earth, Wind, and Steve. Again!

    Trivia: When I was doing the artwork for the first Visqueen album, the band wanted to title it “Earth, Wind, and Steve.” After some deliberation I convinced them that “King Me” made more sense…but you’ll see ‘Earth, Wind, and Steve” on the spine of that CD.

    Never let a good idea die!

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