Jeff Ashbaker

Jeff Ashbaker

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Folk - Country | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,451   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 8/20/2019

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Ashley Martin posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


I just reviewed you song, Like a Hurricane. I was so wrapped up in the comments I forget to check the circles! Lets just give it 5 stars, sorry bout that!

   
 
Delta Burnett Reed posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Jeff, I see you got my El Matador...it was such a fun song. It is a cover of a Kingston Trio song...I have finished a cd of American Tapestry...and that one is my hat tip to the Spanish folks with the little Spanish I know....again thank you as a friend in music.

   
 
Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Hi there, Jeff, thanks for the review of Feed Me, I'm Hungry. Song is ancient and somewhat outdated, but there are still hungry people out there. Your friend in FL, Mrs Kate

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ROGER BOLT posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for your review of Rising Sun Blues. The lyrics are the originals by Clarence Ashley as recorded in 1932. Doc Watson brought Clarence Ashley into the studio in 1962 and added the last verse. The original composition and recording by Ashley is a 1, 4 & 5 progression. It has been morphed and changed over the years. This is my arraignment and vocals performed and recorded by our trio Marshall, Bolt & Harr in 2013 at Jackalope Records Santa Rosa Ca. Hope this finds you well and happy my brother.


Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Hi Jeff. Thanks for the review of takin' enough time. Mrs. Kate

   
 
Delta Burnett Reed posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Jeff, Thank you for listening and reviewing "Alknomook" It started out as a 17 century song written by a Dr's wife....well I heard a version and believe me... it was not for 2000's so I made it my own....it is part of my American Tapestry cd... which I hope to have out soon... so thank you... your friend in music 🎼🎶🎶🎶

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Massimo Carola posted over 30 days ago


HGi, I listened to your song. I like the vibe and the sound.


Randy Steward posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Nice variety to your music. Your backup musicians, if not yourself, blend well with your tunes. Nice female accompaniment. When you get a moment I would love to hear your comments on my tunes.

   
 
Randy Steward posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Enjoying your music. Thanks

   
 
Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


Hi Jeff, Just wanted to say enjoying your catalogue--got some great stuff in there! catnip=+=

   
 
Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


HI JEFF! NICE TO HEAR YOUR STUFF AGAIN! "STAND FREE" IS NICE PER MY NOTES! CATNIP

   
 
Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago to Jeff Ashbaker


one more comment now that I have read the lyrics. I would change "metered" to fettered. Mrs Kate

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Jeff Ashbaker posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for all your wonderful and very considered comments. Yeah, "fettered" would work well, I believe I choose metered to make the connection between the different hearts and the different type of poetry, free form verse and metered line poetry.
I always enjoy your very "thought through" in depth responses and reaction to my song! Thanks Jeff


Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


yeah fettered would be more alliterative and would be the opposite of free, kind of. Ha ha if you change it I won't charge ya. Your friend, Mrs Kate When I heard metered, I wasn't sure if I heard the word right. You don't think of a person being metered. My first thought was parking meter, ha ha.


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