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Re: A shameless spam and call for help
Man I will do what I can to let everybody know Im on there too who's
Grandma isn't now? Right?
Link up on my friend addy and be sure to check out another very good
aquaintance I have jammed
with in www.wvfest.com aka Winfield Walnut Valley International Finger and
mandolin, dulcimers of all colors etc. etc. Championships. He and the
studio is actually right
there in Vancouver Canada! www.donalder.com and on myspace Daniel
Albertini. My page is growing
and one music video (The One) and clips of indie films I have had tiny
acting parts and
appearances in. There has been numerous people from Canada coming to the
www.barebonesfilmfestivals.com as well as Jean Savoie amazing bassplayer
and fellow luthier up
there too. I last heard he was playing on cruize ships making boo koo
bucks but bored miserable
for the most part. I gotta look him up again maybe he is on myspace as
well? My last amazingly
talented singer I played for Amanda Rainey lived in Vancouver a good part
of her life and visits
often whenever she can, she is in California now. I could not possibly
remember all of the humans
up there I have met. Mr C.G.P. (certified guitar player) himself Tommy
Emmanuel has been up there
touring as well. Link up bro! Have Fun and the best of luck to you and
your bandmates. I still
have a lot of work to do and look forward to the ride ahead maybe we will
hook up some time?
Visions of Whirled Peas B With You :o)
--- Richard Sales <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Friends
> I'm in the middle of proposing some music stuff to some big music hoo
> hahs. So far so good. Now I posted three pieces on YouTube four days
> ago and they're getting very good response. NONE OF THIS IS LOOPING.
> And it's about as ambient as a sledge hammer! It's what I used to do
> and what people seem to enjoy so much. It's not where I am currently
> at all... although I did just do a performance with this band ("R Sales
> & The Musical Fruit") and loved it. I think I'll probably always do
> this... but under my alter ego "Grandpappy Twice" so as to separate it
> from my more 'serious' music.
> So I'm asking if you'll go and check out the tunes to help pump up my
> numbers for this proposal. And if you like it, pass it around. If it
> works, eventually it could be beneficial to the looping world. And it
> DOES have the reigning King of Brown Tone Generators, chief Mechanic of
> The Funk Engine, and fellow looper, Miles Ward on two of the pieces.
> Miles rips it up on "Bongs, Not Bombs!"
> I think it might get a chuckle or two:
> "The Texas Chainsaw Messiah":
> "The Hemp Jingle (Bongs, Not Bombs)"
> "Heart Shaped Window"
> And just for your OPTIONAL reading pleasure, here's the accompanying
> letter I use in my bulk emails (aka SPAM!) announcing this:
> Sorry for the spam. I'm a vegetarian and I know (or remember) how bad
> Spam can be. Not only that, but the dingos that DO spam have stolen
> firstname.lastname@example.org to send out billions of 'enlarge this' and 'shrink
> that' emails. It's awful! I'm blocked by Comcast and others because of
> it. But if I didn't send out bulk emails I'd spend the rest of my life
> writing individual ones. (Reply and I'll reply!!!) So here goes... and
> hopefully it's pretty harmless - and received with forgiveness.
> Some binary chunks of me are now living on YouTube. Video of
> 'GrandpappyTwice' live. Just crazy stuff... but pass it around.
> (Links to YouTube pieces)
> I think I wanna stay anonymous with this stuff so if you do pass it
> around, my name is Grandpappy Twice. I had two different people come
> up to me at a festival here in Canada and say "Don't play that in the
> states. You'll get shot!" Also, I've just learned, "GrandpappyTwice"
> has been banned in Thailand already from the YouTube vid's. Hopefully
> Richard Sales isn't gonna get caned when he goes there!
> I also encourage all to check out Bongs, Not Bombs because, well, it's
> a daffy song... but also because of the wonderful tuba (sousaphone)
> solo by Miles Ward at the end. And Heart shaped Window is one of my
> own personal faves.
> Drink one down and pass it around! It will make people laugh... which
> is always good... and help me a lot! There are some interesting things
> going on with my music career as we speak and the more folks that watch
> my YouTubes, the better.
> Thanks times MC squared,
> richard sales
> glassWing farm and studio
> vancouver island, b.c.
> On 31-May-07, at 11:20 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> > Wow, most of these make my setup look positively primitive! I said it
> > before, but I'll say it again...
> > The jazz guitar crowd and the looping crowd are very different. When I
> > first posted about my setup on the jazz guitar newsgroup, they said
> > "Wow, I've never seen so many pedals". When I first posted it on here,
> > people said, "Wow you get a really nice sound out of such a minimal
> > setup"! LOL!
> > Mark Smart
> > http://www.marksmart.net
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