Archive for the 'podcasts' Category

Broadjam Reviewer’s Comments

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

I find Broadjam.com a great place to collect some opinions about my work. Still – it can be trying to winnow useful information from the process. Many of the reviewers do seem to want to shred – I guess perhaps it’s an opportunity to let it “all fly”, since reviews are given anonymously? Or, perhaps […]

Live with Evelie Sales

Tuesday, January 9th, 2007

It’s been a while since I’ve had the time to post a podcast. Apologies to my listeners. Culling material that’s good enough for release is always a challenge. For instance, in September, Evelie and I had a wonderful show together. Some of the performances would have been so great to share with a larger audience. […]

His Mystery With Trance

Saturday, October 7th, 2006

Here’s another podcast for listeners. It’s another piece from my show in Boulder, March, 06. This is a version of “His Mystery” includes a bamboo flute introduction to set the feel. And then, after the verse, before the refrain, there is a trance into the forest to encounter the Mystery. I hope that you enjoy […]

Sunday, September 10th, 2006

Here is a podcast of some new solo guitar work, “Heart Afire”. It’s been a joy to compose this piece through my exploration of percussive techniques for the rhythmic groove, for harmonics, and to play notes off the fingerboard. This recording is of my 1970 Guild D50. George Peacock, in San Francisco, just rebuilt the […]

Like the Moon

Monday, June 26th, 2006

Stumbling my way past the sacrifice of the Sun on his greatest day, the Solstice, I’m moving house to Oakland. The house is filled to overflowing with boxes and more boxes and more things that need to be boxed. Ugh! In the meantime, I snuck in giving a rhythm workshop at the San Francisco Free […]

Live From Expressions

Saturday, May 20th, 2006

It’s been a whirlwind 2 weeks: I’ll be testing the waters on radio with Gambler’s Blues from my first solo CD, “The Great Blues Sea”. The CDs are in the mail, my fate is cast to the winds of DJs all over the country. Yikes! And, I’ve been preparing for more travel, to Denver for […]

Podcasting Arrives

Monday, May 1st, 2006

It’s been a whirlwind since I returned from Mexico. Reverent Offering played another performance/ritual at CounterPULSE in San Francisco. Then, the next weekend, DJ Hamouris and I played another of our monthly gigs at the Nomad. The next night, instead of accompanying Jayn Pettingill who got the horrid flu going round, customers had a surprise […]