New General Fuzz album available for free download

Mercurial bleepmeister General Fuzz is back with another free album.
From the Fuzzster:

‘I’m quite proud to announce the release of my fifth album: Soulful Filling. This one turned out particularly mellow and introspective – excellent for chill times. As always, I released this album under a creative commons license, meaning that it is totally free to download off my website:
I was fortunate enough to work with some extraordinarily talented musicians on this one, including a couple of musicians I’ve been admiring for a long time in the San Francisco music scene.
I created a very special “making of” page for this album that includes a custom built multi-track flash mp3 player. I’m hoping that this will help curious listeners and musicians get a deeper understanding of how these tracks were constructed.
If you enjoy my music, please share my website with others via blogs, forums, facebook, email, etc. I’m really dependent on you to spread the word – so please do.
I’ve been hesitant in the past about soliciting donations. I love creating music, but it would be great if I could recoup some of my costs. I have a limited number of beautiful digipak cds available for $10 plus shipping, and I’ve added a couple of solid bonus tracks which are available by donation only.
Anyhow, thanks for listening. I hope you enjoy the new release.
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Download it here

Damien DeBarra was born in the late 20th century and grew up in Dublin, Ireland. He now lives in London, England where he shares a house with four laptops, three bikes and a large collection of chairs.