Category Archives: Music

My own and that of others I’d like to make note of…

The 45 Incubus & the Spa Channel

Finding myself in a rinse * repeat quotidian cycle of the 45 incubus sucking the life out of a sleeping America, I change the channel away from the noise to the Spa-ah-ah-ah Channel Uh, yeah. I’m not embarrassed to claim … Continue reading

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Future Imperfect (redux)

Many thoughts swirl in my brain like a hurricane gaining momentum with intensification from a category 3 to 4. My fingers cannot type fast enough as I flip from one tense to another–a streaming collection of verbs, nouns, articles, similes and conjunctions. … Continue reading

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Surface Comments

Taking a day of mindful wear and tear into blastoff: Jamed Blond. Repeated Comments from the Horse Manure known as the GOP HYPOCRISY. SONG about it…  

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It’s All Fine

https://allihoopa.com/s/lGs71Kxx?embed Another piece of music made with my buddy Alimajor in Transylvania…

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For the Love of Our Globe and Humanity

The most interesting aspect of travel: the people you meet who live at your destination and introduce you to their life on Mars or otherwise known as: “Here is my home. Feel free to be a family with us.” My … Continue reading

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My Happiness Receives A Daily Jolt of Somber

It seems as though I can no longer feel a full 24-hours of happiness. I have never been prone to a bleak attitude and am adept at showing “the tears of a clown” when in public for the want of … Continue reading

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Sonic iPadosopher

Here we go on another journey into the “pad world” of the very touch-able iPad apps for sound.  This is one area that I constantly learn from one of my previous students who actually made me want to buy an … Continue reading

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