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Messages - sngwthme

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Your art, music, projects and links / Re: Paintings
June 26, 2008, 06:48:30 am
Excellent!
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Your art, music, projects and links / Re: Kids ROCK!
March 27, 2008, 06:01:47 am
That\'s Awesome. Thanks. Check this out

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ql_sSvpcT6k

If you have a few mins watch some of the other clips in the related videos area. This is fantastic!!

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R.I.P Jeff Healy

Thank you for inspiring me and for all your beautiful melodies. You will be missed but not forgotten.

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Hey Mike,
Sounds like you guys are having a great time. I am unable to put my finger on the influence on "Shadows" however it was entertaining. It appears to me that some tightening up on your sound/recording would be benificial but that will come with experience and play time together (practice, studio time and shows)  Keep it up. Oh, and it looks like you\'ve got a show comeing up.  Good luck on the 27th. Let us know how it goes.
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Your art, music, projects and links / CHRIS MOSS
May 06, 2007, 10:22:27 pm
This post is for everyone and anyone, but most especially for those who have had a chance to listen to anything that Chris Moss has put up on TDRS forum and/or at the Huzzi. I am here to let you all in on a secret. As fantastic as the acid is that has been posted, there is absolutely nothing that can compare to hearing and watching Chris Moss live. Although it's been a few weeks since my return, I was recently able to travel to London on Holiday and as an added bonus Chris had a show booked during that time.
Let me just say, it was incredible. What a treat!!  Unlike anything I have experienced and I mean it when I say live Acid is truly an experience. I haven't seen anyone musically with so much energy on a stage in a long time and I see a lot of shows. Chris really knows what he is doing and the greatest part is he has the best time doing it. He really gets the crowd involved and even jumped off stage a few times to go crazy with everyone and the Acid never skipped a beat. As I told you that night Chris, I don't know how you do it, going back and forth to the different boards you use and keep them all in sync, I was fascinated and the sound that comes out is amazing, you really feel it all the way through. This truly is an art and Chris Moss has mastered the craft.
A HUGE thank you Chris for letting me know about your gig and hanging out with me as your time permitted. I encourage everyone to experience this either live or as posted on the forum. It was a great adventure!!
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Sweet! Congratulations!! Let me know where I can get a copy while I am there (in the UK).  :)
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What do you mean we can\'t tell what a nice job you did? Besides, skin is best when it\'s all hot!  :o

I know that you are not a photographer so let\'s get down to the real issue here.  
The fact that it is fabulous.
As always you have churned out a very nice piece.
I am really liking the red in the hair and of course the hand.
Now on with the dolls!!  Chop Chop!!
 ;D ;D ;D
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Hummmm..... And we will be traveling to see a Burton Dickerson art exhibit when?

I would like to see all of this up close and personal!!

It\'s about time you got your own billboard up on this internet highway D.O.D, fantastic!!

Looks great Travis, thank you!!
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Quote she asked me what does an artist without a degree do to make a living - i said: "they are stuck doing something else, like most other people without a degree - not doing what they want to do."

The unfortunate truth! However to put a positive spin on it, the work place would not be the same without us! ;)

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Congratulations Oldfolkie! Great Job!!

Check your PM.
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I\'m rooting for ya Oldfolkie!
What a great idea. I will have to do this next year, I had not heard of this before, so thank you for the heads up. Sooooo any hints as to what you are writting about?  
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Chris, this is awsome! Thanks for linking up. I am very excited about this and here is why. I have been a huge fan of native American flutes for.. well, ever to be honest. People think I am crazy because half my cd collection is Native flute, Douglas Spotted Eagle, R. Carlos Nakai, Robert Trecody etc the list is endless... two weekends ago our little museum here where I live had there annual Native American festival and as I do every year I attented. After all these years of looking at flutes at festivals, pow wows, concerts etc... and contemplateing a purchase, I finally picked up a starter flute. I picked it up with the intent to learn and then upgrade to a better one. Now I have a link thanks to you for when I can get to a point of upgrade. This is great. Thanks Chris I appriciate it and thank your step mom for a fantastic site!! I will have to send an email. ...


gkg -- Re: Paisley Griffin -- It may not do her brush strokes justice but Wow! I love Sunrise at Alone.  Just goes to show that great artists move in the same circles, in your case, the same family.  ;)
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Actually, you are the first one I thought of when I read this Moss. So it doesn\'t suprise me.

gkg: a guest? Whats up? are you undercover?
oh wait that\'s a loaded question.
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Chris Moss just started his set. Get over there quick this stuff is great!!


Edited to Add:

That was Brilliant Chris! I am always in aw after hearing your stuff.  I wish I were over there to catch some of those gigs you have coming up. Thank you  for letting us know about this and sharing this part of you. I really enjoyed it, very much indeed!
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I have updated my reminder, Thank you. I am looking forward to it.