Happy Holy Daze ~ ‘Arabian Dance’ released

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~ Happy Winter Solstice ~

We are pleased to present you with our first ever holiday single:

Tchaikovsky’s ‘Arabian Dancefrom The Nutcracker Suite.

Free download available thru bandcamp: –> here <–

Share far & wide! And we wish you and yours a precious, blessings-full holiday season.

love, Jaggery

Sea of Sideways video on YouTube!

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We are thrilled to unveil our second music video:

Sea of Sideways

directed by Noah Blumenson-Cook

click on the link, have a look, & leave your comments!

coming directly to this page soon . . .

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photo by Noah Blumenson-Cook

We are thrilled to unveil our second music video via youtube on

Cyber Monday, November 29th, 2010

Sea of Sideways ~ directed by Noah Blumenson-Cook ~ premiered recently at Café 939 in Boston and Oberon in Cambridge. We had a handful of DVDs for sale, in handmade-by-Rachel-Jayson sleeves, but those sold out immediately.

Soon YOU can see the video for yourself!

Noah Blumenson-Cook won Most Promising Filmmaker 2009 for his work on our first video, O Scorpio, from our 2006 album Polyhymnia.  Sea of Sideways ~ from our recently released third recording, Upon A Penumbra ~ was filmed during a heat wave this past August in Littleton, MA.

Tune into youtube anytime after 12am on November 29th ~ we’ll be launching a new Jaggery youtube channel as well:

exact link for video tba!

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who has come out to support us this past month and a half for our numerous shows!
you are amazing!
we are beat!
we bet you are, too!
we are taking a gigging break, but will stay in touch online & other places.
stay tuned for the Youtube release of the new video ‘Sea of Sideways’ . . . coming soon . . .
with love, Jaggery

Sea of Sideways Video Shoot

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Greetings friends.   We members of Jaggery are still recovering from our second music video shoot, for the Upon A Penumbra track, Sea of  Sideways.  Director Noah Blumenson-Cook (who directed our first video, O Scorpio) put us all through a physically arduous & gruelling experience ~ all in the name of art, of course!  We look forward to sharing the finished product with you in the coming weeks, while we mend our bruises, cuts, & bug bites.

photo: Kelley Kipperman