"My song, "I Once Was the Hero of Meggido"
I tried something new on this recording, something suggested by the recording engineer. I overdubbed my simple finger picked guitar track using a Gibson J-45 stung with only the high strings of a…"
"There is just a tiny ... I mean TINY bit of compensation per play... but every little bit helps with exposure and links to CD and ITunes and CD Baby and Amazon.... and now a days it's pretty near the closest thing we've got to old…"
"Thanks Craig ... I just posted this to Michaels message box.
My record label initiated the process (which took nearly 9 months from initial contact). Pandora's protocol can be found on their site. Basically the material needs to be from a real,…"
It took a long time and many hoops to jump through but I finally have the songs of my first album on Pandora. I would really appreciate it if my fellow survivors of the 60s went to Pandora and created a "Lon Milo DuQuette" radio station and when my tunes turn up in the mix give them a hearty thumbs up. I'm not too proud to ask :-) http://www.pandora.com/See More
It took a long time and many hoops to jump through but I finally have the songs of my first album on Pandora. I would really appreciate it if my fellow songwriters would go to Pandora and create a "Lon Milo DuQuette" radio station and when my tunes turn up in the mix give them a hearty thumbs up. I'm not too proud to ask :-) http://www.pandora.com/See More
My song, Bernice, just won the Open MIc US Songwriter's competition and one of my prizes is an Alvarez MD65CE. They told me it'll be delivered early next week. I'm pretty excited. Was wondering if any here on the list own one or have played one, or have any information whatsoever on the instrument. I'm a finger-stylist (well, actually I do whatever I have to do on any given song I write... sometime folky, sometime jazzy, sometime bluesy ... just no heavy strumming with the flat pick. I'm very…See More
Just listened to "Baba Lon". I loved the guitar work, your vocal, and the physical expressions were priceless.
Do you happen to know Harry Tuft, owner of the Denver Folklore Center? His song "The Bristlecone Pine" is one of my favorites. Your songs and presentation remind me of Harry.
As always...a pleasure to hear you again!
Cold Lips of Paper: A good song and well done. A clever idea and lyrics, and it sets a mood and tells a story well. It's a little slow, but it's short (and sweet) so it works, at least for me.
Roman Rider is a beautiful song-great tribute and well crafted!!!! I am also impressed that you recorded it on the ZOOM H4N. I recently bought one and am trying to learn how to use it. I am able to record on it but am not sure how to save an individual song or transfer it to my computer. How long did it take you to figure all that out??