Have a Flower, Ball

Did a bonus hour. Here’s the way the flower ball bounced:

Love Comes in Spurts- Nouvelle Vague
It Sends my Heart Into a Spin- Vanishing Twin
Choose Your Own Adventure- Vanishing Twin

~~
Genesis- De La Soul Ft Jill Scott
Royalty Capes- De La Soul
Nosed Up- De La Soul
Grey City- Desdamona
Siren Sound- Desdamona
The World- Tasha the Amazon
The Shh That We’ve Been Through- Atmosphere

~~
Ready Go (Ursula 1000 Instr Mix)- Fort Knox Five
Carruseles- Deela
News of Tomorrow Pt 1- Broken Puppets
That’s No Bluff- Deela

~~
Satellite- Backbeat Soundsystem
Frontline Line- the Devastators (live)
Never Want This Night to End- Stranger (live)

photos-flower-ball

Round Place

The second portion of the proGram tried to fit a square into a round place:

Fighting Your Shadow- Hannah Williams & the Affirmations
Ain’t Enough- Hannah Williams & the Affirmations
The Love You Left Behind- Lettuce Ft. Alecia Chakour

~~
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath- Brownout
Wait a Bit More- pigWar Ft. Nick S.
Black Octopus- Brian Auger
M.G. Blues- Brian Auger
Beef Grinder- Lexsoul Dancemachine
White Lines- The Traffic

~~~
Bangalor Electric- Eraldo Bernocchi & Prakash Sontakke
The Last Emperor Walked Alone- Eraldo Bernocchi & Prakash Sontakke
Draugr (Leon Switch Remix)- Obake
Gloria- Bobby Previte’s Mass
Open The Gate- Free Nelson Mandoomjazz
Bicycle Day- Free Nelson Mandoomjazz

~
Space Colonization- Matt Chamberlain & Brian Haas
Orange Purple Sunshine- Matt Chamberlain & Brian Haas
Shepherd’s Song- Reed Mathis & Electric Beethoven Ft Page McDonnell & Jason Smart

~
Life’s Little Twists and Turns- Chris Spies
Furry Freedom- Wolf!
Oaxaca Ox- Wolf!
Get in the Van- Wolf!
The Mystic Knights of the Sea- David Weiss & Point of Departure

circlecastle

Hook Line and Sunk

The first portion of the proGram is trying to hold it toGether with the strength of our combined souls:

Abandon Ship!- Ben Plotnick
Railroad to Babylon- Ben Plotnick
Chain Gang Blues- Balsam Range
Spring Hill- Balsam Range

~
Nothing Else Matters- Macy Gray
Hard to Stand- Ex Reyes
If You Come Running- Ex Reyes

~~
A Night Like This- Devon Allman
Stop- Band of Gypsys (live Fillmore East Show 1 12/31/1969)
1969- the Honey Pot Ft. James Lowe
America- the Honey Pot
Nite Flight- Sendelica (Astralasia’s Table Mix)

~~
Virginia- the Marcus King Band Ft. Warren Haynes
I’m Tired- Bobby Rush (Tangle Eye Mix)

greenarrowradio/misterG promo- Sharon Jones
Better Things to do- Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings
Give it Back- Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings
~
Harlem Nocturne- JJ Jones
Sweet Little love- Al Brown
It’s a Sweet World- Gloria Grey
Spooky- George Barnes

hook

StonedWalls

The second portion of the proGram features an excerpt of my conversation with Carnage the Executioner as he embarks on his “MN Mean Movement Part III” tour and land here in Madison on Friday, November 18th. This part of the show went from jazzed up tunes into the hip hop with a never been truer message for the people of this world. Keep it real as you reload behind StonedWalls:

greenarrowradio Theme- Mr. Rourke
~~
Going Back Home Again- David Restivo
Round Midnight- Ron Piltch Trio
Whatever Stan Wants- Pat LaBarbera
Happiness is Now- Freddie Hubbard (live)

~
Blue in Green- Charlie Haden
He’s a Tramp- Melody Gardot
Make America great Again- Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra

~~~
Everything- Atmosphere
A Long hello- Atmosphere
Shots Fired (interlude)- Desdamona
Pretty Much Amazing (feat. Tish Jones & Thomasina Petrus)- Desdamona

~
No more MN Nice Guy- Carnage the Executioner
Minnesota mean- Carnage the Executuoner

**Excerpt of my Conversation with Carnage the Executioner**
Return of the Coaches- Carnage the Executioner
~~~
House of Sin- Lee SCRATCH Perry
The Cure (feat. Collie Buddz)- Locoa por Juana
Till Then- The Frightnrs
Gonna Make Time- The Frightnrs
Reggae Ambassador- Third World (Live)

stonewall

Skylight Insides

The first portion of the proGram took the windows up to the top and let the sun shine on down:

Solo- Jimmy Lumpkin & the Revival
Slingin’ Rhythm- Wayne Hancock
Kentucky Blues- David Bromberg Band
Yield Not To Temptation- David Bromberg Band
You Don’t Have to Go- David Bromberg Band

~~
Shattered Time- Devon Allman
Vulnerable Child- Shantih Shantih
Cheers Bye- Shantih Shantih
She Ain’t Right for You- Macy Gray
Jogging Gorgeous Summer- Islands

~~
How it Feels- Hong Kong Banana
I Am the One- Rosebuds
Heart- Rosebuds

~~
Playing By Heart- Blackie & the Rodeo Kings Ft. Buddy Miller
Plant Your Corn Early- the Marcus King Band
Love Will Find a Way- the Jimmys (live Transylvania)
Fleetwood Boogie- Mick Fleetwood Blues Band (live)

~~
Woman Got Soul- Hannah Williams & the Affirmations
Barricuda- Page Boys
Burnt Toast & Black Coffee- Shorty Long
Wait a minute- Johnny GUITAR Watson

~
Ransome- Lettuce
Planet Earth Calling- Brian Auger
Where are the Blues Brothers- Funky Destination
Snowblind- Brownout
Sweet Thang- pigWar Ft. Ms. Etta W.

skylight

Carnage The Executioner

I had the opportunity to catch up with Carnage The Executioner as he sets out on his “The MN Mean Movement III” Tour with a stop riGht here in Madison on Friday, November 18th at The Wisco. Also performing is Taiyamo Denku, Conscious Object, RamBunxious Music, Reakt20, and Neu Dae. Jeddy Dread will be DJing and LiquidForm will be hosting. Carnage and I discussed what a newcomer to his scene is in store for and why it could easily be the greatest Hip Hop experience you will be a part of. From rappin’-it to loopin’-it to destroyin’-it in a renaissance man beatboxin’ way, Carnage promises to deliver on the “This is unlike anything you’ve witnessed before.” We get a deep understanding and definition of what the MN Mean Movement is all about and why it is resonating with people all over. Participate and get out of your bubble with a performer’s performer…. while opening your mind and ears to something that’s so in the moment, you’ll get lost and found within each beat. This conversation takes you to the tip of why going to check out a live event can reinvent the way you think about the state of the music of today. Very little sounds off limits. Be in the moment, be in the Movement.

For more on the event head over HERE and click around.

canageflier_n

ArchEYEtexture

The second portion of this week’s proGram had more than the bird’s eye view of the under and through…build and build:

Uh Yeah- Funky Destination
People Meet Your People- Afrosonics
Jet Powered- Afrosonics
To and From Gamma 4- Santiago
Bionic Funk- Santiago
Land of the Leaping Nono- Santiago

~
Electric Funeral- Brownout
Ready Go- Fort Knox Five (AfroQBen Instr Mix)

~
Warzone (Reggae Vibes Riddem)- MC Zulu
Kerala- Bonobo
Anti Gravity- Lotus Ft. Oriel Poole (Hakibros Remix)
Hit the Road (intro)- Wax Tailor
Jungle Law- Boogie Belgique

~~
Floating Hearts- Vanishing Twins
Telescope- Vanishing Twins
The Ballad of Lee Morse- Ruby Friedman Orchestra
I’m Not Your Friend- Ruby Friedman Orchestra

~~
Orbit Hands- 4Korners
Table For Two- 4Korners
Where is the Finish Line- Yasmine Kyd
Paris Jam 69- Yasmine Kyd

~~~
This is Your Way Out- Sonic Avenues
Dead Faces- Sonic Avenues
The Light is Clear in My Eyes- Moby & the Void Pacific Choir
And it Hurts- Moby & the Void Pacific Choir

bwarch

Nut in Hand Is Better than

The first portion of the proGram held the important nut outstretched as an offering for your ear’s sanity.

Moe- Kind Country
I Gotta Go- Robert Earl Keen (live)
The Way We Are- Jesse Dayton
Daddy Was a Badass- Jesse Dayton
Luna De Miel- Alejandro Escovedo
Beauty of Your Smile- Alejandro Escovedo

~~
Count on Me- Kurt Baker Combo
Say Your Prayers- Devon Allman
Brainwasher- Autolux (live)

~~
I’ve Been So Tired- The Honey Pot
Winter Winds- Us and Them
Nite Flights- Sendelica

~~~
Lose That Woman- The Jimmys (live from Transylvania)
Goin’ Down- Colin James
Self Hatred- The Marcus King Band Ft. Derek Trucks
Nighttime Gardner- Bobby Rush Ft. Keb Mo

~
Big Boy You’re Through- Linda Willoby
I Want That- Bobby Hendricks
Scene of the Crime- Dinah Shore

~~
Ghostrider- Yonrico Scott
Druid- Stone Henge
Mosquito Eater- T.D. & Jimmy James 3
Space Travelling Pt. 1- Robert Stalks Ft. the Geniuses

chesnutsplitshire-04135

Shall We Go

The second portion of the proGram had us all planning the same vacation:

Parker 51- Alan Dean
Twisted Blues- Ed Bickert trio
For You- Wray Downs

~~~
Gimme My Vote Back (C.P.C.D.)- Seun Kuti & Egypt 80
Therapist- Lee SCRATCH Perry

Rebel- Mad Professor
Pirates of the Airwaves- Mad Professor
Dispute- the Frightnrs
Stay Positive- Pato Banton (live)
Get Up Stand Up- Tiken Jah Fakoly Ft. U Roy
Police & Thieves- Tiken Jah Fakoly

~~
For the Ladies (feat. Talib Kweli)- Locos por Juana
~
Investigator’s Beat- Whetzel
The Prelude- Carleen Anderson
The Trilogy of Wade in the Water and at the Cross- Carleen Anderson
Cage Street Memorial- Carleen Anderson

~~
Mam Yinne Wa- Alogte Oho & His Sounds of Joy
Yu Ya Yumma- Alogte Oho & His Sounds of Joy
Ndolo Embe Mulema- EKO
Bowa’a Mba Ngebe- EKO

~~
Steph Curry- Killiam Shakespeare
Soon- A Tribe Called Red Ft. Joseph Boyden
ALie Nation- A Tribe Called Red Ft. John Trudell, Lido Pimienta & Tanya Tagaq
Seven Souls (Tim Simenon Mix)- Material

G Vacation Spot

Rocket Path

The first portion of the proGram this week created a path back to from where no one has taken you before:

Tidal Waves- The Shacks
I Try- Macy Gray

~~
Burning Desire- Band of Gypsys (Fillmore East, Show 1 12/31/1969)
Money Honey- Jerry Garcia (7/5/1973, Lion’s Share)
I Wonder- The Jimmys (live from Transylvania)

~~
Walk a Mile in My Shoes- Various Artists
Last Fair Deal- Colin James
The Mystery of Mr. Eads- The Marcus King Band

~
If I Had to Change- Sonny Knight & the Lakers
I’m Coming Home- Lee Fields & the Expressions
Where is the Love- Lee Fields & the Expressions
Black Man in America- André Cymone

~
Callin’ Me Back- Hannah Williams & the Affirmations
Feelin’ Good (Instr, 1976)- Santiago
Misty- Brian Auger
Hot Sweat- pigWar
Supernaut- Brownout

~
Tomahawk Chop- Wolf!
Whiskey Mister- Wolf!
Monket Trumpets- Chris Spies
R.S.B.D.- Takuya Kuroda
You Really Got me- Project Grand Slam (Ft. Lucy Woodward)
The Man From Brazil- Jeff Oster (live)

Rocket Path

Nineteen Thirteen Intrigues at ALL

Had the chance to catch up with our friends Janet Schiff and Victor DeLorenzo of Nineteen Thirteen as they prepare to put on two sets this coming Friday, October 28th at Arts & Literature Laboratory. As Halloween approaches, it will be quite the thrill to have the mystery and surprise of cello and percussion to hold your hand through the evening hour. In this conversation, Janet and Victor will tease you into needing to know more about the sound they create that has left audiences on their feet and momentarily weeping with emotion. We talk briefly about the growth of the music and compositions prepared and tinkered with by the duo as they create a sonic banter with the ease of friendly conversation. It’s these real people that make this for us. Together we explore how the newest album, “The Dream”, set to be release on 11/11/2016 and the release just put out on May 13th of this year, “Music For time Travel”, have been both a guide and a direction. As I have offered up an opinion when asked what this music is like, and we have had the pleasure of Janet and Victor’s time on the proGram often…..I can honestly admit that it is like nothing else I have ever soaked in, and it tickles your insides through each ear on its way down to your souls. But of course, who am I to tell you about it? Check out this conversation for a clue, and maybe we will see you down at Arts & Literature Laboratory to share in the mystique.

Check out of conversation here:

Peppermoth by Andrew McPherson

Having the opportunity to catch up with artists who always push themselves and their boundaries is another one of those things I enjoy about the music scene I have gotten myself a part of. Andrew McPherson is one of those people who exemplifies many of the ways I look at sound and style, musically and otherwise. We have kept a long standing check in and check out period of our lives and this time around I catch him just finishing up his latest release by a project he calls, Peppermoth. The album titled “Now You Hear Me” is a statement into the ambient music that has always been around in Andrew’s mind. So the whole “Why Not” conversation inside ones mind took over and out came the workings of this new tale of music. This is a far reaching stretch compared to so many of those Eccodek releases the listeners of this radio proGram have dugg into over the years. That’s entirely what relationships are about, change over times. In this conversation, we chat about process and feel, time and space as well as those defining moments once again in an artists life on which path and where is it leading. I hope you’ll find out which fork in the road Andrew decided on by checking out the sounds of Peppermoth, and see how it can fit into your times.

andrew-mcpherson

GlowThruWeeds

The second portion of this week’s proGram took a walk with you through the weeds and found the glow that enliGhtens.

Leaping Nono (alt version 1976)- Santiago
Freakin’ (1978 Demo)- Santiago

~
Juice- House of Waters
The Fals- House of Waters
The Feel (reprise)- RC & the Glitz
Jelly Roll- RC & the Glitz

~
No Words- Bahama Soul Club Ft. Brenda Bowkin
Dazed & Confused- Hannah Williams & the Affirmations
Fairies Wear Boots- Brownout
Cap’n Hoppin’ John Planet- The Brothers Nylon & MK Groove Orchestra
Cloth of Gold- The Brothers Nylon & MK Groove Orchestra

~~
Apollo’s Mood-The Olympians
Serious- The Hempolics
New Readers- The Hempolics
Purple- The Frightnrs

~~
Give it a Tone- Balkan Beat Box
We Are the Halluci Nation- A Tribe Called Red Ft. John Trudell & Northern Voice
Before- A Tribe Called Red Ft. Joseph Boyden

~~~
Innerbloom (What So Not Remix)- RÜFÜS DU SOL
Modus- Space Orphan
The Crown (B Bravo Remix)- Will Magid
Neon Garden- Jenova 7 & Eddie Shinn
Giger’s Bazaar- Jenova 7 & Eddie Shinn

dandelionglow

Liquid Ground

The first half of the proGram made the underfoot seem to move in a flow that point’s you which way to go by ear:

Girl Dressed in Green- John E. Tinsley
Til the Day I Die- Frank Band & the Cook County Kings
Devil’s Train- Hymn for Her
Shine- Hymn for Her

~~
Waiting for Irene- Paul & the Tall Trees
Surf Goth- Slothrust
Don’t Leave Me- Moby & the Void Pacific Choir
Bloody Bloody Knife- Evolfo
Rat City- Evolfo

~~
Same old Blues- Phantogram
You’re Mine- Phantogram
Mrs. Hypochondriac- Alu
Palestine- The Bright Light Social Hour & Israel Nash

~~~
Sweet Baby- Macy Gray
Hold On, I’m Coming- Melissa Etheridge
I Don’t Want Nobody Hanging Around- Bobby Rush
Boogie Funk- Colin James
Devil’s Land- the Marcus King Band

~
How I Like it- Lee Fields & the Expressions
Stronger in the End- Sonny Knight & the Lakers
New Jerusalem- Smoove & Turrell
Any Way You Wanta- Harvey
Boss Bossa Nova- Bellino
Big Boy- Kiki Page
Going West- Roy Roberts
Down & Wired- Chain
Nobody Loves me but my Mama- Johnny Holiday

liquidground

Plastic Land for All

The second portion of the proGram took in consideration all the phony goings on:

Annabelle- Macy Gray
It’s Been a Long Time- Lady Wray
Bad Girl- Lady Wray
Respect Yourself (People Stand Up)- Melissa Etheridge

~
I’d Think it Over- Sam Fletcher
I Dreamed About my Baby Last Night- Lilian Vines
Buck De Hoodle- Haywood Henry

~
Baby Bigshot- Smokey Brights
Start Wearing Black- Smokey Brights
Jazz Bastard- Jefferson Street Parade Band
Austin City Unlimited- Jefferson Street Parade Band

~~~
I Could be Happy- Nouvelle Vague
Sweat Leaf- Brownout
The Devil Made me Do it- Mako & the Hawk Ft. Chima Anya
Strut Your Stuff- Mako & the Hawk Ft. Chima Anya

~
Freundchen- Tensnake
Blondes Have More Fun (Tiga’s Elevation Remix)- Tiga
Watch Ya Gonna Do (Sammy Senior Instr. Remix)- Fort Knox 5
Snoopies- De La Soul Ft. David Byrne

~
Jack Sayer’s Ghost- Fringe Character Ft. Red Leonard
Goddess Emcee Radio Intro- Desdamona
The Come Back- Desdamona
No Biggie- Atmosphere

~~~
Politician’s Hollywood Dub- Thomas Blondet
Northern Hospitality- Thomas Blondet
I Will Never Know- Tall Black Guy Ft. Moonchild

lego-land-downtown-atlanta-fox-theatre-1-1000x666

Around the House

The first portion of the proGram took a look around the house to see what your little eye can spy. In some cases, this reveals a window into the listeners or presenter. This is your view in. I want to thank Neal Casal of Chris Robinson Brotherhood for making time to talk about this evening’s show at the Majestic.

I Just Wanna Feel Something- Sam Bush
Arkansas Traveler- Bryan Sutton
Fishing Blues- Jim Kweskin & Geoff Muldour

~~
The Blues Don’t Care- Frank Bang & the County Kings
Ta Ta for Tay Tay- Nick Moss Band
Bone Digger- Cris Jacobs
Shine Your Weary Light- Cris Jacobs
Watch Out- Colin James
Big Road Blues- Colin James

~~
**PreRecorded Conversation with Neal Casal of Chris Robinson Brotherhood**
Leave My Guitar Alone- Chris Robinson Brotherhood
~
Milkweed- Hymn For Her
Lover Man- Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys (live Fillmore East 1st Show, 12/31/1969)
Finders Keepers- Jerry Garcia/Merl Saunders (Live, 07/05/1973 Lion’s Share)
Ain’t Nothing Wrong with That- the Marcus King Band

Porcupine Meat- Bobby Rush Ft. Vasti Jackson
~
Domino Sugar- Luke Winslow King
I Had Some- Nick Waterhouse
Tracy- Nick Waterhouse
Make This World- Lee Fields & the Expressions
How Long Until Someday- Sonny Knight & the Lakers

around-the-house-21-1000x666

Neal Casal Talks Brotherhood

I had the opportunity to chat aGain this year with Neal Casal as he and Chris Robinson Brotherhood head back to Madison for a show at the Majestic Saturday, October 15th. I want to make sure to thank Neal for making himself available on the tour scene to give you, the greenarrowradio listeners, a little extra shake. Last year there was not an empty seat in the building and no one left disappointed. Well, maybe the folks who didn’t get in did?! We spoke about what can be expected as they grace the stage for an evening of real music making. We also took time to discuss the new album ANYWAY YOU LOVE, WE KNOW HOW YOU FEEL which is out now Via SILVER ARROW RECORDS. The conversation about the place where the recording of this new release took place is one for the musical ages as I believe Neal paints the picturesque setting perfectly as a spot you and I should be jealous of working at. It sounds like a place to remember, just like this will be a show not to forGet. It also was a special place that held a ton of new inspiration for writing and recording, which totally benefits the listeners and the concert goers. This group of sound brothers is a tight entity musically, but they are also connected by the spirit of being real. I hope you’ll take a moment and check out not only this conversation, but if that isn’t enough, try some of their tunes and then maybe even get down there to see them live. This is not just another rock band.

©Jay Blakesberg

©Jay Blakesberg

Green Light Go

The second portion of the proGram took off in a go sky:

Let’s Get One Thing Straight- Dave Douglas
Love is Of the Essence- Thollem/Kaufman
Nu clear Ex change- Thollem/Kaufman
A Jingle for Defunct- Thollem/Kaufman

~
Violent Orchid Parade- Sao Paulo Underground
Cambodian Street Parade- Sao Paulo Underground
Olhalui- Sao Paulo Underground
Neuro Quantum Adept- Matt Chamberlain & Brian Haas

~~
21 Park Road- Bill King
~~
Something Happens to Me- Shirley Horn (live at the 4 Queens)
Blues for Big Scotia- Shirley Horn (live at the 4 Queens)

~~~
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry- John Scofield
Think Twice- Takuya Kuroda Ft. Antibalas
King Curtis- Michael Blake
Legacy House- Akinola Sennon
Never Ever Worry- Akinola Sennon

~
Mantra 3- Khari Cabral & Jiva
Listen to the People- Khari Cabral & Jiva
Interlude- SouthwesTerminal
Playpen- SouthwesTerminal

~~
Shapeshifter- Free Nelson Mandoomjazz
The Auger- Obake

aurora-borealis-in-iceland-1013132954fa1041

Seoul Soul Sole

The first portion of the proGram took time to recognize they way you feel, in a jazzed mood. Aired an excerpt of my conversation with Mr. Tony Moreno, and shared a piece of his tale, one to make you think what’s fair and put yourself riGht there. Digg:

New York Minute- Lang Lang Ft. Kandace Springs
~~
Slow Walk Past the Bank- Laurence Blatt
Two Steps Down the Line- Laurence Blatt
F Minor- Jake Shimabukuro
6/8- Jake Shimabukuro

~~
Intro to Verdict’s Out- Beekman
Verdict’s Out- Beekman
City Lights- Joey Alexander
Maiden Voyage- Joey Alexander Ft. Chris Potter
Blue Genes- The Three Sounds Ft Gene Harris (Live at the Penthouse)

~~
El Rey Take 2- Tony Moreno Quintet
***Excerpt of my Conversation with Tony Monero***
55 Scotch- Tony Moreno Quintet
No Blues To You- Tony Moreno

~~
Gazelle- David Weiss & Point of Departure
Gorilla- Project Grand Slam
Siblings of Groove- Reg Schwager Trio
Games Without Frontiers- the Bad Plus

~
Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks: The Giant Forest, Great Canyon Cliffs, Peaks, Waterfalls and Cave Systems 1890- Wadada Leo Smith

seoulsoul

Short Stories w/Tony Moreno

tonymoreno

I had the pleasure of discussing life and music with Mr. Tony Moreno as his latest project, released on Mayimba Jazz, “Short Stories” is ready to hit your ears. The record is the culmination of over four years of playing with a group made up of close friends and artistic companions, and in many ways it represents a piece of the process of rebuilding for Tony. It also represents Tony’s gratitude — the recording itself was made possible by an outpouring of love and support from the wider musical community, from friends and strangers alike. Hurricane Sandy put a giant dent into the world of so many, and it certainly did a number on many musicians, Tony being one of them. In our chat, he talks about some of the people and ways people made a difference in his ability to continue on in his chosen career and love of music. We talk a walk down Jazz history lane when Tony reveals how he first met Mr. Elvin Jones and the ease in which they became fast family…..love. We learn of a unique bond between him and his mother, who always kept music as the pulse to their lives. There are many revealing moments in our conversation, from ballads to rebuilding, but most of all it is the true story telling nature of an educator, drummer and man who understands what makes the difference in this world….LOVE. Over the years I have had the honor of speaking with many people who show a love for what they do, I can add Mr. Moreno to that list of an appreciator of people, art and the sounds that bridge us all together. I hope you’ll take time to go enjoy his album as well as checking out this moment in time shared by two people who dig the stories, both short and long.