I met Seth Freeman in Boston just before I moved out to California. We eventually reformed recorded and played as Little John
in San Francisco for a few years. Seth's most recent move was to LA to pursue a career as a soundtrack composer. Seth was also a big contributor
to the 29 Songs
project we banged out in February.
Seth just tossed a pile of acoustic recordings onto snocap. Some of these turned up on Little John records. Take a peek in the Songs, Volume 1 section:
The Snocap service (founded by Napster's founder Shawn Fanning among others) connects musicians with the marketplace. Seth's store is a perfect example of how an artist can market, distribute, and sell work directly to consumers.
Check out Seth's site: http://sethfreemanmusic.com/ and the obligatory Myspace page.