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Jesus Odyssey EP

Posted on Tuesday, October 10th, 2006 under Design News | No comments

Now I finally feel complete and accomplished. :) I have in my hands the first ever signed copy of the Jesus Odyssey EP by the Dave Woodrum Band. Ahhhhh. And, of course, the music is amazing. I am slightly sad that my two favorite pre-release tracks (God is There and More Than Anything) didn't make it to the EP, but the tracks that did are fantastic.

So if you don't already have a copy coming your way, check out the contact info on the band site or the MySpace page ... I am sure you can email Dave to order one.

By the way, I did the cover artwork for the EP. Whoohoo!

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