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Your new song is very beautiful and gave me happy feelings.
Aw, thank you so much Randall. To me, that's my whole reason to make music, I'm so glad you enjoyed listening :)
I did. Thx for doing it!
Hi, Randall. How have you been during this HOT summer? I'm in Philadelphia. You? Anyway, music is certainly a tough racket. I did sign 2 contracts (Here You'll Stay, You Need a Wife) but I haven't heard back. Meanwhile, I just published a book. It's called, "But is He Jewish? and Other Quirky Tales." It's on Amazon if you like to purchase it. Musically, I'm instrumentalizing some of my folk songs (Boston, for example) and jazzing up some ballads (Where is My Love?). How about you? Has Spotify helped you? I'm on it but don't give it much attention. I still prefer Broadjam though I sometimes can't believe the songs that are picked especially what they consider rock. I'll be posting a few videos in the next few days. I'll let you know about them once they're posted. Dan
Hi Daniel, you are a writer also? Wow very cool. I'll have to look into that. My sister is also a Writer. you may like her stuff. "Mishigazz and mazel Tov". Funny Jewish humor short stories. Her name is Stephanie Lewis. Hey, I LOVED your comedy routine. The Woody Allen joke was hysterical!
I've signed a couple contracts with Broadjam also but so far not seen one dollar in revenue LOL. However a few of my songs of appeared on the women of substance podcast so I guess I've gotten some decent exposure but that's about it.
I have some great ideas for comedy myself but I'm not able to do the good delivery like you are. I love to meet you one of these days but I'm never in Philadelphia. If you are ever in San Diego please let me know
Here you go Daniel. A link to one of her funny columns. Enjoy!
Thanks so much. I'll definitely check it out. Please purchase my book of you don't mind. Kindle is only $3.00 if you wish to go that route. Where is your sister located, by the way? Philadelphia I hope.
He's in Reno now. She left California because of the insane political climate here, lol. She is very happy in Reno I'll try to purchase your book it sounds good
Thank you for a kind and helpful review of The Drawing Room, it means a lot coming from someone so talented. I'm really a guitar player, this is a bit outside my usual genre(s) and a stretch of my playing ability. So I've been blown away by the BJ response to The Drawing Room - even if the charts are something of a mystery to most of us?!
I have always encouraged genuine feedback for my songs so your comments regarding the woodwind are most welcome, I will re-listen to that part.
I've had a quick listen to a couple of your pieces and loved them, particularly when I switched from the beautiful Twilight Waltz to Cleaning The Garage - what a contrast! Just great.
Thanks again for taking the time to review my music, very much appreciated.
I have to listen to this some more...I really like the sonic experimentations you're doing with "Subway" and "So What Now." You're controlled but not the least bit timid. I'm trying to remember what the guitar chord style you have in "Cleaning the Garage" reminds me of in the last two thirds. It's very likeable.
Hey there John, glad you like those tracks - they are sort of old ones I recently resurrected and polished up a little and they are "differnt" but I think
I like them more now than I did 5 or so years ago....