Archive for December, 2010

Patch of Grass midi

Friday, December 24th, 2010

Patch of Grass FS

What Happened Part 2

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Though all of the recent comments have been very positive and so complementary I feel that they’ve been a little insincere. Really, a picture of my 2 nieces gets praise for being insightful! I know it will disappoint robot computers all over the world but, I changed my setting to require approval for all comments.

What happened?

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

I have this blog linked to my email to notify me if there are any comments posted. I cleared the mailbox out yesterday and there were almost 500 notifications. I checked the visitor statistics and I discovered that I had more visits on December 15th than I did on the 20th. I’m glad that people are enjoying my blog but, this songster without bonds is starting to feel bound to chains of coming up with more content.  It might be a freeing experience if I knew a little more specifically what you find appealing; at least it would save me the trouble of reading through all my posts and trying to figure it out myself.  Then again, that would put you in the role of playing critic and if you read the post ‘Subjective’ you know how I feel about them.  I guess saying what you want more of doesn’t have to be construed as being a critic though, the orphanage guy took it really personally when Oliver Twist asked,”May I have some more, Sir?”.

A Good Day

Saturday, December 18th, 2010

Yesterday was a good day.  I saved $250 on a car repair and got my car back from the shop a lot sooner than I expected to.  I figured out why there wasn’t any sound coming out of the left speaker in my PA and fixed it.  I finished memorizing Jesu Joy of  Man’s desiring.  I also finished teaching Dave the last piece he needed to learn for the jazz set.  Now, today I have no idea how I could come even close to making this a good day.

California Dreaming-a conspiracy

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Between John Phillips writing the flute solo using a different chord progression from anything else in the song, thus precluding me from using my Loop Station and an anglophilic orthodondist with an aesthetic appreciation of Terry Thomas’s gap tooth thus, precluding me from whistling the solo, I’m finding it hard to give this song the rendition I want to.