Sunday, March 7, 2010

Album Preview! - Impossible Girl - Up Now!

<a href="">Album Preview! - Impossible Girl #4 by Kim Boekbinder</a>

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This is a preview track for my upcoming album, "The Impossible Girl." The song is called "Impossible Girl #4."

The recording of the album is being funded by a successful pre-order campaign.

I reached my halfway mark of $10,000 on March 7th, 2010. I need a total of $20,000 to complete the album.

To pre-order:

Pre-orders start as low as $5, while $20 will get you an advance, limited edition, signed copy.

I'm working with producer, Sean Slade (Radiohead, Dresden Dolls,) and engineer Benny Grotto (Mad Oak Studios.) The sooner I get my funding, the sooner the album comes out.
We are currently working on 20 tracks! The styles are as diverse as my songs have ever been: pretty, strange, playful, sad, dark, haunting, jaunty, and more.

I cannot wait to set this album free.

Be part of the art:

Producer: Sean Slade
Engineer: Benny Grotto
Musicians: Kim Boekbinder, Jeremy Curtis, Michael Lewis, Ian Kennedy, Sean Slade

Photo Credit: Lauren Goldberg /


Please help me by sharing the link for this. Post it to Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, Myspace, Tumblr, whatever you use or have.

And thank you, for being part of the art!

The song is also on YouTube:

And Vimeo:

The Impossible Girl - Album preview from Kim Boekbinder on Vimeo.

And Lastfm

And Facebook

And Myspace

Share, and share alike!

And please leave comments in every place there is to leave a comment. I want to know what you think!

This album is made possible by pre-orders and donations from people who love music! Thank you!

Waking up in Boston

Mad Oak Studios in Boston. That's my pretty Epiphone guitar hanging with a Les Paul and a Fender Strat.

My pre-order reached the halfway mark of $10,000! Which is great! Sean Slade, my producer, and Benny Grotto, the engineer, chose which song to put up for preview and I agreed that it was a good choice.

I'm sitting in a dark kitchen in a recording studio in Boston. From the next room I can hear my newest song unfurl it's wings. It is a truly amazing thing to write a song while sick in bed in Huntsville, Alabama and then, the very next week, hear it become one of the best things I've ever written.

Tomorrow morning I will hang this song in a golden cage by your window and let it sing to you. You will not be able to keep it, but you can let it wash over you.

In other words I will be posting a preview track from my album. Oh my god: my album.

I write in so many different genres, different voices, different stories. I wondered how they would all fit. I don't even know how to describe my music. An album, as an oeuvre, can be such a cumbersome. But the album is taking shape, there is a real feeling of unity, even in the disparate styles.

Listening to everything track by track, making notes, starting to think about which songs want to live next to each other on the album.

I'll try to post the song in the morning, before my flight, I won't know how you like it until late in the day.

Tomorrow I will post the preview track, and I want to ask you to listen, and share it: post links on your blogs, on twitter, on tumblr, on myspace, on facebook, on youtube, on everything.

The track will be going up on, as well as Youtube, Vimeo, Myspace, and Reverbnation - which feeds facebook. The track will be available in many mediums, and I want your help to make it fly. If you like it, let other people like it.

See you in the morning.