Archive for the ‘X-Patriate News’ Category

“Pennsylvania Avenue” Remains At Top Popularity on iTunes

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

“Pennsylvania Avenue” from “Greetings From Lafayette Park” remains at the highest level of popularity on ITunes, the largest retailer of digital music in the world.

“Pennsylvania Avenue” Maxes Out Popularity Meter at iTunes

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

“Pennsylvania Avenue” from “Greetings From Lafayette Park” has maxed out the popularity meter on ITunes, the leading retailer of digital music worldwide.

As with all songs on the album, all lyrics, music, instruments and vocals are by Alan J. Lipman. The songs “Dirty Little Secret” and “Dirty Life” are also showing strong sales at ITunes.

Album “Love” Released in Japan

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

A new album of songs by Alan J. Lipman, aka X-Patriate, “Love”, has been released in Japan:

“Dirty Little Secret” Featured on Italy’s “Radio Altra Musica”

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

“Dirty Little Secret” from “Greetings From Lafayette Park” has been selected for featured airplay on Italy’s “Radio Altra Musica”.

Rhapsody, Napster now offer “Greetings” in addition to ITunes, Amazon, EMusic, more

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

Rhapsody, the world’s leading provider of subscription online music (and winner of the 2007 PC World 20 Most Innovative Products Award as well as 2006 Billboard DEMMX award) and Napster, the most popular on-demand music subscription service in the world, have both added “Greetings From Lafayette Park” by X-Patriate: Alan J. Lipman to their catalogue, joining ITunes, ITunes International, Amazon, EMusic, and more.

Front Page Article on X-Patriate (Alan J. Lipman) and “Greetings From Lafayette Park” in International Art Magazine “Whipart” (Rome)

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

This months’s “Whipart” magazine, an international magazine based in Rome, known for its coverage of art, cinema, music, books, theatre, and festivals, has published a front-page article on X-Patriate and “Greetings From Lafayette Park” written by journalist Veronica Eracleo.

The article covers both the personal history of Lipman, as well as an in-depth discussion of “Greetings”.

Also front page articles on Terry Gilliam and Maurice Bejart.