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A Life in Music – Part 1

September 3, 2011

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Memory Carriers and Markers of Life We all have those songs that drip from memories all over the place when we hear them. Yeah, songs can be drenched in memories. That is more often the case than you might be aware of. Say what you want but music possesses the power to trigger emotions, thoughts, […]

Underground Part 2 – San Francisco

August 28, 2011

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The Usual Introductory Words California!!! Not too much introduction needed for the quake and sunshine ridden state along North America’s west coast. Within California lies the city that popularized the hippie subculture in the mid 60’s — San Francisco. What I had seemed to find equally interesting about this city besides the many pop-culture references […]

Blood

April 16, 2011

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There was the call… Unsuspecting of the horrific news I was about to be dowsed with I answered the phone. It’s my sisters birthday and on a day like this I would only expect a call from my mother to be nothing far away from pleasurable. Today I got fooled. Saw the number, accepted the […]

Youtube Appearances

February 25, 2011

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I just spend some time rummaging through some stuff on youtube. Some of y’all might recognise the following song as Tye Tribbet & GA’s GA Hymn. This was quite a while ago, kind of strange to listen to my playing around that time in history. Verdict: Not terrible/Not great… just okay :). The locks were barely […]

Overload

February 16, 2011

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Crazy times… on one side I have a few projects I need to finish for school, on the other side a few music projects with gigs within the coming two weeks and in the midst of all of that I have my girlfriend, family and other of important things that need to get done. It’s […]

A Hero’s Birthday

February 10, 2011

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My hero isn’t that guy flying around town in his underpants with an ridiculous explanation for his powers. My hero is that man who spoon-fed me me, changed my diapers and worked his ass off to give his family the best he could provide. My hero smacked my little black butt up-side-down when I acted […]

Pain

September 21, 2010

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The announcer and tour guide with whom I made entry into this world and the ultimate friend who will stand by my loved ones upon my return. It is the father who disciplined and teacher who kept me sharp. The mother that waked me, the general who drilled until my outer shell grew hard. The […]