I'm looking for someone who wants to do some acoustic music I do some solo gigs.My band was a three pcs and we were doing some pretty heavy rock,jazz,blues, covers and I washad wrote about 10 origanals.The bass player and I had jammed since 1978,up until 3 yrs ago.And the drummer owned my local music store,we played together for 4to 5 years together,but I had an accident and was out of commition for about 4 months. and then my friend the bass player died unexpectedly,It really hit me hard,he was my best friend.The drummer and I just never got back together,which was a shame because we had gotten really tight
Hi Mark I tried that web page but it said it was unable to be used at that time .I had no control to check out the songs.You can always put them on this site if you wanted.I will try that web page again maybe they're doing some maintance to it now.
Hi Mark thanks for the Invite,I have had or do have alot of the same guitars as you do.I also see you had a chance to talk to Phil Keaggy.I was blessed with talking with him a few times .He is an awesome guitar player and very insperasional.
Hi Mark, I haven't checked this page in a long time. Just wanted to say hi. Wished I had the chance to visit Bob in person. Cool that you are using your gift to love others and encourage them...and especially Bob and his family right now. I will get in touch with them.
All the best...Phil
You look to be about my age, so I hope you won't be offended by this, but the band sound reminds me of one of my favorite bands, back in the 60's, Moby Grape. They were the first band to successfully integrate an acoustic guitar into an electric band. I had the pleasure of getting to hang with them, back in the day.
I like the Latin/Santana chord structure and melody to "More Than Words Can Say". You should put a more Latin rhythm to it. And "Song For A Brother" is a real pretty instrumental. Nice effect on the guitar.