It’s been nearly a quarter of a century since we appeared on the Lively Art compilation, “13”. New Rose Records and the Lively Arts label may be long gone, but the music they shared with everyone is still with us. To show our appreciation to our fans, we’d like to share “Quimby Come Home”, the track we contributed to that compilation with you. Feel free to take a listen, or download it to your phone or favorite music player, it’s free for the taking.
Museum of Devotion would like to thank InfoDisco for their kind words about us on their Facebook page. If you’re looking for a great place to find more information about your favorite hard to find artists, past or present, or if you’re looking to buy, sell, or trade some great music on Vinyl, CD, or even Cassette, you might want to check out the InfoDisco web site. You can also check out the official InfoDisco Facebook page.
Earlier today, Premonition Magazine just published a quick announcement on their web site. Here is an English translation of the article:
James Cooper contacted us last October announcing that he was going back in the saddle Museum of Devotion, 25 years after his first album, “… To the Pink Period” and 23 after his second and last “Wants vs. Needs” . The group, now still in its original lineup with James Cooper and Robert Anderson is native to Ann Arbor, Michigan and had released two albums (and a single) on the Lively Art label. “Another Cold Wave” will be available on February 1st in digital format before going out in CD format on the label Infrastition. Fans should not be disappointed and if the group is unknown to you, it is time to check this out!
You can read the original article in French on the Premonition Magazine web site. Thank you for the write up!