Jason Kessler and ProRS

Jason Kessler and ProRS

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Rock - General | Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,344   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 7/28/2020

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Jason Kessler and ProRS posted over 30 days ago to Kate Carpenter


Hello! Thanks for your review of "The Doctor Is In." You asked for more explanation of the lyric "He knows the best medicine indeed, and it's just you!" It is meant to be an empowering idea. In "real life", I am a pediatrician. So much of what makes up a child's health (or anybody, for that matter), comes from within. The choices we make, the things we do, the decision to lead healthy lives. The best medicine really is within you! Hope that answers your question, let me know if not!

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Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


I kind of thought that is what you meant. How cool, a pediatrician and a songwriter. Great combo! I am a preacher's wife and a songwriter. As a pediatrician, I have a few songs you might get a kick out of. Here is the link to one of them: http://www.broadjam.com/artists/songs.php?artistID=24409&mediaID=699027&play=true 1
Your friend in FL, Mrs. Kate


Jason Kessler and ProRS posted over 30 days ago


Oh, what a fun song! Thanks for sharing. Really like the clarinet also!


Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


Me too


Paul Messina posted over 30 days ago to Jason Kessler and ProRS


Jason, thank you for taking the time to review Omni Play. I appreciate your comments, but I would like to add, the percussion was recorded at Studio Center Miami, by three time grammy award winning percussionist Ignacio Nunez. They weren't midi programmed as you thought. Also, not all music is written to be danceable. I recorded this with Weather Report and Pink Floyd in mind. It is a song to just sit back and listen to. Thank you for the positive comments.



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Paul Messina posted over 30 days ago


I went back and re read your comments and I think you were talking about the Percussive instruments, not the percussion (Congas, tambourine, hand percussion, etc…..). So you were right. I record most of my songs, programming MIDI, then replace a lot (but not all) with real drums, guitars, percussion, etc… Then add the horns.


Jason Kessler and ProRS posted over 30 days ago to LightFinger


Thanks for the great review of The Spider and the Fly. Enjoyed hearing from you. Rock On!

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LightFinger posted over 30 days ago


You bet.


Radiation Mountain posted over 30 days ago to Jason Kessler and ProRS


Hey Jason thanks again for another very thoughtful review on Living in the Trees! ~Jeff

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Jason Kessler and ProRS posted over 30 days ago


You're welcome, enjoyed the opportunity!


Radiation Mountain posted over 30 days ago to Jason Kessler and ProRS


Hi Jason thanks so much for a super thoughtful and helpful review of Blue Morning!! Now have a taco!! ~Jeff

   
 


Time for a good book? Please check out my new medical mystery/thriller/vampire story, St. Bartholomew's Blood.
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Edward Michaels posted over 30 days ago to Jason Kessler and ProRS


Thanks Jason for the review on When Tomorrow Comes. Being a jazz musician, I like the extended solos, although it has been suggested to me to shorten them. There are jazz tunes and singers that do have extended solos. But I appreciate your input very much! Maybe next time around I'll try to force myself.

   
 
Charles Bunting posted over 30 days ago to Jason Kessler and ProRS


hey Jason
I appreciate the review and your perspective of " love Shows The Way " I Always wondered about the change in lines From Rain To Song, Thanks Man
And maybe I will try a female vocalist
Best of Luck,
Charles Bunting, www.seabeesounds.com