LIVING COLOUR is compiling material for a new album entitled "The Chair in the Doorway". The band would like fans, non-fans, and photographers to participate in this process by submitting original images conveying their interpretation of "The Chair in the Doorway". The image could become artwork for the next LIVING COLOUR album!Commented guitarist Vernon Reid: "I did a press junket for 'CollideØscope' with Corey [Glover, vocals] and whenever something was going wrong, Corey would always say, 'The chair in the doorway.' It was just one of these things he would say and I looked at him and said, 'You know that thing you always say, that's going to be the title of our next album.' I don't know what that means but that's it. What I like about 'The Chair In The Doorway' is that it is a concrete image and a very real thing but… Why is there a chair in the doorway? What does it mean? It's completely abstract, while being a contract, a physical manifestation of what it is." Proof of ownership will be required prior to finalizing agreements with LIVING COLOUR. Please submit/post a photo by February 28, 2009. Finalists will be appropriately notified. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/livingcolourmusic. Online concert channel Fabchannel.com aired an exclusive live video webcast of LIVING COLOUR's concert at the legendary Paradiso in Amsterdam, Holland on Saturday, November 1. The entire show can now be viewed below. LIVING COLOUR's live album, "CBGB OMFUG Masters: August 19, 2005 The Bowery Collection", was released on October 28. Recorded live at a benefit for CBGBs at the famed New York City institution on August 19, 2005, the disc features LIVING COLOUR's original mix of rock, funk, punk and even reggae. Anchored by Corey Glover on vocals and Vernon Reid on guitar, this CD spans the band's career and includes the hits "Glamour Boys" and "Cult of Personality", as well as timely songs like "Open Letter to a Landlord", "Terrorism" and "Sacred Ground". This is a pristine live recording, direct from the soundboard.
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