Doug Burr, with Glen Farris in the background. (Robert Hudson)
Next week's paper will feature a running diary of sort from Dave Sims in his weekly Denton-focused North of the Dial column. The piece focuses on a recent weekend-long recording session from Doug Burr, his band members and a few other friends, in which the group wrote and recorded a number of psalms Burr had put to music. The recorded sessions will be put out as an album, but Burr band member Glen Farris warns that its not so much a follow-up to Burr's phenomenal On Promenade record--it's more of a side project.
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Anyway, you can read all about it next week. In the meantime, though, you might want to mark down Burr and Co.'s Saturday night AllGood Cafe performance on your weekend to-do list. This performance, Farris explains, will be the only time that the group will perform the tracks all the way through...uh, ever. --Pete Freedman