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    Runnin' With The Devil

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    Came across this guy, never heard of him before but I love what he is doing. I admire people who look at things a little differently. Interesting stuff.


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    Somebody Get Me A Doctor
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    Definitely kewl stuff. Not to knock what he's doing but Michael Hedges pretty much pioneered that style of playing...

    http://www.nomadland.com/

    "20 minutes (late to work)? Shit. Last year I woke up three weeks too late.
    My advice is to go for the alien abduction story. Look bemused, dishevelled and on the verge of tears as you recount your story of intrusive and degrading medical tests.
    Worked for me anyway. I still have colleagues asking me what it is like to fuck a green womanoid with seventeen breasts.
    Alternatively just walk in and inform everyone that alcoholism is indeed a disease and that they should be less judgemental and perhaps a little more supportive."
    - graeme on the addiction to this place.

    "something tells me that after the nuclear holocaust, there'll be twinkies, cockroaches, and a dave vs. sammy argument going on somewhere".
    - han valen, 6.11.04

    "in my best "saw" scary movie voice: "oh, yes, there will be beagles."
    - hatchetforce, 6.7.06

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    Take Your Whiskey Home

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    Check out Don Ross (search for him on MySpace). Same record label--another crazy acoustic player. He's Canadian; I saw him live when he was here last fall.

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    i posted about this guy on here a while ago, he has some really great vids on his myspace page....u can get to it through mine he on my list, its well worth checking out his cover of toto's africa
    http://www.facebook.com/Tommywho5150

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    Not because I have a great body, it's just an easy way to make sure I have the hotel swimming pool all to myself."...Bullwinkle for quite obvious reasons!

    "Dude, the cashier gave me the creepiest sneer when he rang up my unmentionables!"...Sassy Lassy during a Facebook conversation!

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    Holy shart! that guy is crazy!
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    Hang 'Em High

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    Quote Originally Posted by vhin04 View Post
    Came across this guy, never heard of him before but I love what he is doing. I admire people who look at things a little differently. Interesting stuff.


    You got the tab for that? Looks pretty easy.
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    VH with Wolf/Dave ('12-'15) - Amazing comeback. Smokin' album and tours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixstring View Post
    Definitely kewl stuff. Not to knock what he's doing but Michael Hedges pretty much pioneered that style of playing...

    http://www.nomadland.com/

    Hedges was unbelievable! He gave a seminar at the National Guitar Summer Workshop when I attended and I actually got to play with him! Really nice guy and he hung out with the students at lunch and whenever he had free time.

    What a loss.
    http://www.myspace.com/pennydreadfulnj

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    Somebody Get Me A Doctor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Otis5150 View Post
    Hedges was unbelievable! He gave a seminar at the National Guitar Summer Workshop when I attended and I actually got to play with him! Really nice guy and he hung out with the students at lunch and whenever he had free time.

    What a loss.
    Dude...I'm TRULY jealous...and I mean that. And, yes, what a loss. And the sad part is the general public has no idea the cat even existed...
    "20 minutes (late to work)? Shit. Last year I woke up three weeks too late.
    My advice is to go for the alien abduction story. Look bemused, dishevelled and on the verge of tears as you recount your story of intrusive and degrading medical tests.
    Worked for me anyway. I still have colleagues asking me what it is like to fuck a green womanoid with seventeen breasts.
    Alternatively just walk in and inform everyone that alcoholism is indeed a disease and that they should be less judgemental and perhaps a little more supportive."
    - graeme on the addiction to this place.

    "something tells me that after the nuclear holocaust, there'll be twinkies, cockroaches, and a dave vs. sammy argument going on somewhere".
    - han valen, 6.11.04

    "in my best "saw" scary movie voice: "oh, yes, there will be beagles."
    - hatchetforce, 6.7.06

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    The Full Bug

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixstring View Post
    Dude...I'm TRULY jealous...and I mean that. And, yes, what a loss. And the sad part is the general public has no idea the cat even existed...
    I know. Believe me, I appreciate the fact that I got to meet - let alone hang out and play with - the guy. And keep in mind was only 15 at the time! As impressed as I was with his abilities, I was more impressed with him as a person. At the seminar he completely answered all of our questions, demonstrated his tunings in between songs and gave us really useful, gentle constructive criticism when we played with/for him. He was so patient with us brats.

    At lunch, when all of the musician's giving seminars would usually sit with the instructors and the staff, he came right over to our tables and sat and talked with all of us. And not just music, but whatever we were talking about: chicks, school, etc. I really felt it personally when I heard the news that he died. What a fucking waste...
    http://www.myspace.com/pennydreadfulnj

    “…and that’s when I learned that waterskiing and Quaaludes do not mix.”

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