Ulysses: A Call To Arms

Dear Friends,

After four years in the making, my second album, Ulysses, has officially launched!

Whereas Daylight Savings, my first album, was written and recorded in solitude, Ulysses is a reaction to that; a celebration and collaboration with artists and people whom I’ve had the good fortune to meet through the first album.

The call to arms here is helping me cross the toughest threshold; getting my music out to the masses. As an independent musician, this is the bafflingly difficult part, and it’s nearly impossible to do alone. For that reason, I’m writing today to ask for your help. After much deliberation, I’ve decided to release this album as a free download.

Specifically, what I’m asking you to do is:

Download the album. Listen to it. Tell your friends on Facebook about it. Twitter it. Blog about it. I really believe there’s something for everybody on this album. Ultimately, if it moves you, please purchase the limited edition CD–the beautiful packaging/artwork is worth the price alone.

From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for joining me in this exciting, and scary part of the journey. Something tells me it’s just the beginning.

gohnakamura.com/ulysses

Sincerely,
Goh

p.s. As a companion piece to my album, I’ve curated a mix of songs from some of my favorite musicians that you’ll get with every download. In addition to wishing that the songs on Ulysses find a welcoming home, my hope is that you discover something new along with the new album that you might enjoy equally well.

Odessa Chen
The Invisible Cities
Scrabbel
Michelle Amador
Adam Shulman
Nyles Lannon
Grand Hallway
the Botticellis
Picture Atlantic
Annie Lin
Love is Chemicals
The Lofty Pillars
Lucien Lamotte
David Rhodes