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a thousand things: Get the Mraz Polaroid Book on Sale

a thousand thingsYeah, so this is a little annoying.

I just saw that Target is selling Jason’s new Polaroid photobook, a thousand things, for $25.73, ($29.72 with standard shipping) significantly cheaper than the $44.50 it cost as part of the Ticketmaster pre-sale a while back and the $35 still being charged at the Official Jason Mraz store. I believe the Ticketmaster price included shipping, but the Mraz store does not.

Jason did one of Target’s exclusive “Influences” CDs last year, so maybe he has an ongoing deal with them that allows the lower price – or maybe Target lowered the price on their own in response to the bleak economic outlook for holiday.

But wait… it’s not just Target. Amazon has it for $23.10 ($27.09 with standard shipping).

I’m looking through Ticketmaster and jasonmraz.com and athousandthings.com to see if maybe I’ve missed some significant difference in the books. I’ll let you know what I come up with.


Preorder the Mraz Book & Give Me Something to Write About

Business first: Today’s email from jasonmraz.com says:

This is the last week to pre-order Jason’s debut photography book a thousand things!

Featuring a foreword by Graham Nash, a thousand things is a poetic, color-filled travelogue of the myriad people and places encountered in the artist’s constant travels around the world. Dedicated to “those who stood still and those who don’t,” a thousand things includes cityscapes, landscapes, portraits, selfportraits, and still lifes?the amazing “thousand things” that surround each of us in our daily lives, if we only take a moment to see.

As an added bonus, when you spend $35 or more you can choose one free item from our Special Freebies Department.

Don’t miss out – pre-order your copy now!



And before you get too excited by the word “freebies”, I’ll tell you that they’re mostly stuff from the, what, 2006? tour. Call it the Selections for Friends tour, unless I’ve gotten my shirts confused. But hey, the book could be fun, so if you didn’t preorder it when you got your tickets for the current tour, you can order it now.

Next, I’d like to say that I feel a little bad about how little effort I’ve put in here in the last few weeks. I have bunches of excuses, mostly to do with time, but I promised myself that I’d make a bigger effort this month, and I haven’t. That should change though as Jason’s North American tour is in full swing and there will be lots to write about.

Thursday night I’m headed cross-country to visit friends who are like family and we’re going to see Mraz Friday night at the Orpheum. These are the people I saw my first Mraz show with (“with whom I saw my first show”, for you grammar sticklers), so it will be excellent to share this with them, then have lots of drinks, share some gossip, and fly back to S.F. in time for work Monday morning.

I’ll have a full post-show report when I return. If any of you want to share a show review, set list, personal experience or whatever, post it here in the comments and I’ll call it out to share with others.

We’re in this love together,

New Mraz Polaroid Book – No Shaking Required

a thousand things

a thousand things

When you got your Mraz pre-sale tickets you may have seen a little box where you could select to pre-order Jason’s new book of Polaroids. It’s titled a thousand things and is a bit pricey at more than $40, but maybe you can share with a friend.

If you’re not sure whether you need it or not, you can wait until I get mine and I’ll let you know.

I don’t see any other way to pre-order at this point, but will keep you posted when it’s announced.

Oh, and if you haven’t seen them yet, here are the U.S. and Canadian 2008 What’s the Name of This Tour? Dates from Jason’s Myspace page:

Oct 8 2008 8:00P
Scranton Cultural Center Scranton, Pennsylvania
Oct 10 2008 7:00P
Radio City Music Hall New York, New York
Oct 13 2008 8:00P
Metropolis Montreal, Quebec
Oct 15 2008 7:00P
Massey Hall Toronto, Ontario
Oct 16 2008 8:00P
Tower Theater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Oct 17 2008 7:00P
Orpheum Theater Boston, Massachusetts
Oct 20 2008 7:00P
DAR Constitutional Hall Washington,, Washington DC
Oct 23 2008 7:00P
Nokia Theater Dallas, Texas
Oct 24 2008 7:00P
Stubbs Outdoor Austin, Texas
Oct 25 2008 7:00P
Verizon Wireless Theater Houston, Texas
Oct 27 2008 7:00P
The Fillmore Denver, Colorado
Oct 28 2008 7:00P
E Center Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct 31 2008 7:00P
SDSU OAT San Diego, California
Nov 1 2008 7:00P
Greek Theatre Los Angles, California
Nov 2 2008 7:00P
Greek Theatre Berkeley, California
Nov 3 2008 7:00P
Freeborn Hall Sacramento, California
Nov 5 2008 7:00P
Knitting Factory Boise, Idaho
Nov 7 2008 7:00P
INB Opera House Spokane, Washington
Nov 8 2008 7:00P
Center for Arts Vancouver, British Columbia
Nov 9 2008 7:00P
Paramount Seattle, Washington
Nov 12 2008 7:00P
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Portland, Oregon
Nov 15 2008 7:00P
The Pearl Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov 16 2008 7:00P
Dodge Theater Phoenix, Arizona
Nov 19 2008 7:00P
Myth Minneapolis, Minnesota
Nov 21 2008 7:00P
Eagles Ballroom Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Nov 22 2008 7:00P
Aragon Ballroom Chicago, Illinois
Nov 23 2008 7:00P
Fabulous Fox Theater St, Louis, Missouri
Nov 25 2008 7:00P
Lakewood Auditorium Cleveland, Ohio
Nov 26 2008 7:00P
The National Richmond, Virginia
Nov 29 2008 7:00P
Tabernacle Atlanta, Georgia
Dec 2 2008 7:00P
Florida Theatre Jacksonsville, Florida
Dec 3 2008 7:00P
Hard Rock Live Orlando Orlando, Florida
Dec 4 2008 7:00P
Ruth Eckard Hall Tampa Bay, Florida

Kiss me, I will kiss you back,