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November 9th “Memory Demons”

I had a prolific weekend writing.  I literally wrote at least part of sixteen songs.   And I actually finished most of the recording for nine of them.  I’m getting a head on my song a days.  It’s always nice to have some extra songs for those days that it’s impossible to record.  Also, instead of grinding it out until the last day, I want to have the last few weeks wrapped up.  Mainly to prove to myself that I not only could do it, but that I could do it easily.  Also, I’m ready to start my new album called “Follow the Feeling”.   It was written October of ’09 but I’ve been sitting on it since I started this.   I can say one thing now, I am committed to making music that’s for sure.

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July 22nd “The More You Know, The More You Will Forget”

I listen to a book on CD every day driving up and down the mountain from Asheville to Morganton and back.  I was thinking today about all the biographies I’ve heard (at least 50).   I retain the information so well when I first hear it but after time I start to forget all the intricate stories and details.  That’s very sad to me, but yet at the same time, it makes it so I can go back and listen to the books again and enjoy it all over.   Hello “The Life of Marco Polo”!  That’s my favorite book that I’ve listened to that I’ve already forgotten.

This song is more about someone who goes through school and life who doesn’t quite figure it out until he gets a life education.  Thanks for listening!