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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Drexel sees 'Green Sky'

Posted By on Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 10:54 AM

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“Green Sky,” the latest album from Drexel Baker III (Go Fast), is out now. The Seattle-based label WorldSound released the record, and Koch is distributing it. Mike Cusanelli, who ran Zen Ark in Little Rock in the early 2000s (Mulehead, il libertina) and managed Go Fast for a time, is executive VP of marketing at WorldSound.

The record, billed as Drexel and the Bootleggers, is available on iTunes as well. A host of Little Rock talent help make up the Bootleggers, including Charles Wyrick, Jason Weinheimer, Geoff Curran, Colin Brooks, Jim Mize and Matt Floyd.

You can download a free mp3 and see a video, directed by former Razorback Guy Whitney, by following this link and inputting your email address.

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