Is La-La Land planning a Black Friday batch of exciting titles for 2020, or has the pandemic caused a shift more towards "we'll just release things as they get approved instead of saving titles for certain dates"?
Who the heck knows
Anyone else feel like this is the most unpredicatably time in human history.
Kinda like we KNOW the world and how we will live (or die) will change...but nobody knows... quoting Bob Guntan's line from Demolition Man, "How will we live?"
"You (to Denis Leary) You get all cleaned up....(to Bob Gunton) you alot more dirty... I don't know, you'll figure it out!"
My question is when will Elmer Bernstein's Devil In A Blue Dress be finally coming out? and if there are any more Elmer scores on the horizon?
I think I'd rather him spend his time striking deals and getting projects done then answering a MILLION questions about why you did this why did you do that, why did you use that art instead of this art. Why was this font used here and not there. All of us combined could literally ask enough questions that would require a full time person at La-La Land Records to respond to each one.
Let the labels get releases out
While I think that questions on new releases isn't needed because that's what half the FSM threads on here are about anyway, questions about PAST releases would be an excellent idea. I'd be interested in info on how the older titles were put together (without MV giving away trade secrets or details he can't discuss, obviously). https://teaswan.com/pages/wholesale-tea-and-bulk-tea Yes, no doubt the labels are busy but I do think they get put off posting here because of the endless requests for new releases and not discussion of just-released titles. The third or fourth posts of many 'new release' threads seem to go along the lines of 'Great! But when are you going to release X Y and Z?' which can be a bit soul destroying when you've put so much effort into those new releases.
So, questions about past releases, can't see the problem. A good idea. Let's see if they bite! Can't hurt to try.