My Top 5 Podcasts

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  One of the joys and important tools in writing, music production and composition is getting surprising inspirations from a variety sources.  You just don’t know when you might learn something new or even change your understanding or perspective on a topic. Today I would like to share with you a few of the podcasts […]

I Asked Her For Water

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  In recent months, I began digging through my record collection, searching deeper and deeper into my almost forgotten sonic cellars of black vinyl. Feeling a level of trepidation, I found, dusted off and opened up the Howlin Wolf’s ‘The Chess Box set’.  The vinyl and record sleeves smelt strangely aged. I hesitated, pausing just […]

Confession Time

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  I have a confession to make and it’s a confession that is tinged with sadness, unexplained guilt, and even some notion of generational regret.  I will admit in the 90’s, like so many others I began to embrace the sonic revolution of the Compact Disc. Its promise of ease, convenience, indestructibility and even “guaranteed” […]

Blues ‘n Greens – The Journey

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The blues as an art form needs to be kept alive. I think people yearn today for some authenticity in music that is not manufactured and spat out by a TV show. Blues music is not about just rolling over, but often taking a stand against the system, “the man” or even a former lover. […]

Death Of The Music Industry?

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  You hear a lot of talk today about the end of the music industry. Cries abound from industry insiders and the media, “That’s it its all over!! The music apocalypse is coming, drop your guitars boys and girls, and run for the hills!” There is no denying the old music industry label model is […]

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