IT SEEMS TO BE THE INDY FILM THAT WOULDN’T DIE– AND I’M GLAD

Winter's BoneWe’ve been selling the Winter’s Bone soundtrack a few at a time, some weeks four or five, some weeks none. But this week, just as we were beginning to run low and put in a request to our distributor for more copies, the film was shown nationwide on the independent Film Channel, and simultaneously Amazon announced that the soundtrack was out of stock from all supplier except US.

After a bit of fancy dancing by Sarah and I (and I know that sounds far fetched — I’m only a dancer in the most rare of circumstances — we have had a longer and more urgent chat with said distributor, and now more are on the way.

So if you’re desperate to hear The Missouri Waltz or Farther Along just one more time, don’t despair. Contact us here and we’ll get one to you just as soon as the reinforcements arrive. And thanks for thinking well of us. You’re the ones that keep us going.

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Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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4 Responses to IT SEEMS TO BE THE INDY FILM THAT WOULDN’T DIE– AND I’M GLAD

  1. Mary Bischoff says:

    Glad to know it’s still getting recognition – it was a great film and your music helped make it so.

  2. Bebe Wood says:

    A friend i NJ who had not seen WB liked it so much (OF COURSE !!!) that she watched it a second time last night.

  3. Greg Meyer says:

    I want the CD with Missouri Waltz on It. Do you have one for sale?

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