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The last time I recorded something 'real' I was just a wide-eyed youth. I guess I thought the process would continued; however, Life (You know - get a job, get Married, buy a house, have kids, kids go to kindergarten, kids go to college - have back surgery, have shoulder surgery, and then another should surgery) seemed to have different plans. Anyways, I found a group and we pecked away at this recording over the last year. I still have plenty to learn but let's hope the next project doesn't take 30 years. By the way, thanks to all the SOTW for advice over the years - this forum is always a great place to find kindred spirits. Check out the Album @ Amazon or iTunes.

 

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The last time I recorded something 'real' I was just a wide-eyed youth. I guess I thought the process would continued; however, Life (You know - get a job, get Married, buy a house, have kids, kids go to kindergarten, kids go to college - have back surgery, have shoulder surgery, and then another should surgery) seemed to have different plans. Anyways, I found a group and we pecked away at this recording over the last year. I still have plenty to learn but let's hope the next project doesn't take 30 years. By the way, thanks to all the SOTW for advice over the years - this forum is always a great place to find kindred spirits. Check out the Album @ Amazon or iTunes.

Congrats never too late. I liked track 4 and Quiet. They stuck out for me but the others got plenty of energy and a solid core to play off.
 

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Track 4 is my favorite as well.
 

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The last time I recorded something 'real' I was just a wide-eyed youth. I guess I thought the process would continued; however, Life (You know - get a job, get Married, buy a house, have kids, kids go to kindergarten, kids go to college - have back surgery, have shoulder surgery, and then another should surgery) seemed to have different plans. Anyways, I found a group and we pecked away at this recording over the last year. I still have plenty to learn but let's hope the next project doesn't take 30 years. By the way, thanks to all the SOTW for advice over the years - this forum is always a great place to find kindred spirits. Check out the Album @ Amazon or iTunes.

Great stuff!
 

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Here's a little Video the bass player put together to promote the New Album.

 
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I checked out your album and enjoyed listening to it. There are some great moments. I think track #6, somewhere somehow, is my fave.
 
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Thanks Budget - I'll let John (the guitar player) know you like his tune.
 

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Sounds great! Very Weather Reportish, less Jaco.
 

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Buy it TODAY (May 7, 2021) on Band Camp and the band gets ALL the money.

Here's the link

Ready Or Not, by E.S.P.
 

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Great stuff, congratulations! Love supporting a forum member and great music to boot. On my way to purchase now.
 
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