Dave Normand
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Folk - Contemporary | Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Total Song Plays: 337   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 3/14/2015

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Nick Fuse posted 2 weeks ago to Dave Normand

Dave, man. Hope you are still above the sod. Great new tunes, especially "Don't Forget who you Are" although my personal favorite was Guys like me. Man, you need more Friends. Get over the Thunder Bay blues and go forth and Love! - Old Nick

Dave Normand posted 2 weeks ago

Hey thanks Nick! Everything is fodder for inspiration you know. :)

John Katon posted over 30 days ago to Dave Normand

Dave thanks sooh much for your great review of my "Killing Me " agree 100% with you ,I recorded it at The Soundgallery and the engineer had masses of gear and tweaked the harmonies incredibly well i remember on first playback i burst out laughing saying it sounds like the Von Katon Family Singers ! ha ha, I just turned 65 last 11/02/14 and hope to redo it there again, it was actually written as a male female duet so you hit the nail on the head ! please look up my experimental instrumental version of it on my profile ,rather messey but had great fun with it Blessings JK Exeter Devon )0( )0(

Wednesday Jones posted over 30 days ago

Dave, thanks so much for the great review of "This is My Life". I try :D.

John Katon posted over 30 days ago

HI Dave hope you had a fab Yule ? thanks fer review of my "Killing Me" and I agree 200% with you. it was originally composed as male/female duet as yet have not found "Miss right " it is very much influenced by sequences from "the Snow /goose " by Camel . have a fab 2015 ! )0( )0( )0(

Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to Dave Normand

Hey Dave,

Thanks for the great review of the live version of my song, "Electra". It was recorded "live" at Cowtown Ballroom in Kansas City, MO back on 9/11/71. It comes from my old "live" CD, "Black and White"....which is the only surviving tapes of one of my "Live" shows back then.

The song, "Electra" also has a "studio version" that comes from my first album, "Time Loop"..... if you want to hear the studio version....stop by and give it a spin.

I'm an old fart, but still writing and producing daily.

God Bless and STAY WARM!


Chet Nichols

Jeff Rauschl posted over 30 days ago to Dave Normand

Thanks for the review of "They're coming for you" I think you make great points and I appreciate the feed back.

Dave Normand posted over 30 days ago

My two cents! Cheers dude!!!

Dave Normand posted over 30 days ago to Chet Nichols

Wow!! What a fantastic review! Thank you sooo much Mr. Nichols! You are spot on and very encouraging! I will revisit that song, it was one of my early ones, but I see it might be worth working on. Again, thanks for being so positive!

Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago

You are most welcome. "Perfect" has a great core idea...it just needs to be polished.....

Penny Towers posted over 30 days ago to Bobby Caputo

LOL....I think I know too! Nice photo Bobby...Love, Pen

Dave Normand posted over 30 days ago

Hey Bobby, Thanks for your thoughts on my tune, Better World" Your absolutely right! But it was one of my first tunes, and I'm getting better all the time!!

Bobby Caputo posted over 30 days ago

I hope we all are...cheers back!

Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago

Hey Bobby,

Thanks for the kind review of my song, "Smother You".
Spot on review. Very much a Dave-Mason-Joni-Mitchell - ish tune. I did write it back in the early 70's and in the flurry of writing 60 songs a year, it slipped thru the cracks
and was never produced beyond the demo stage. It features my beloved dulcimer, an instrument I truly love.

Anyhue, I am very happy you liked the song and always appreciate your feedback and insight.


Chet Nichols

PS I, too, was raised in the "yeah, yeah, yeah" era. I am just finishing up a retro-classic rock CD, "Band In The Basement". It features 11 songs I wrote and perfomed with my 1960's band, "The Chosen Few" from Chicago.
Stop by and give some of the songs and listen and tell me what you think. "You Made Me Cry" is currently a Top Ten Classic Rock tune at Broadjam.

John Evans posted over 30 days ago to Dave Normand

Hi Dave, thanks for the review of 'It Is Written' it's the second track of my concept album 'Eagle' and it describes the young lad being told of his native American ancestry by his father and grandfather, the rest of the album follows his journey back through time. Anyway mate, sorry,I'm going on a bit now, thanks for the review and good luck

Dianne MacAdam posted over 30 days ago to Dave Normand

Hey Dave, thank you for your kind review of The Elephant In The Room. Hoping to get it recorded for real soon! :) Dianne

Dave Normand posted over 30 days ago to Laurence Watkins

Hey Mr. Watkins, Thanks for continuing to review my tunes. I hope someday to get to the level of you and a lot of dudes on this site! Gotta say, its damn good fun trying to keep up!!!
Cheer dude!!

Laurence Watkins posted over 30 days ago

Hey Dave,
My pleasure....not much of a review tho' by me tho'.....sorry about that.....I'll try to be more constructive next time......good guitar and voice is true....


Dave Normand posted over 30 days ago to John Renaud / Bridgework

Hey man!! Thanks for checking out my tune, "Too Far" It's the first one I ever wrote and recorded all by myself about two years ago. All drum loops and factory strings. Nowhere to go but up, right?! I agree how sloppy it is, but I use it as a bench mark now!
Wow, just listened to "The Game". Man I got sooo mutch to learn!!! Great sond man!!

Sixty Miles Down posted over 30 days ago

Just downloaded Burn Me Out. Great song!

John Renaud / Bridgework posted over 30 days ago


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