Wednesday, June 13, 2007

The Exodus



Desert music,particularly the"high"desert.I,m pullin up stakes and heading west.My friend,who has the balls and enough money,has some really awesome ideas for a spot of land somewhere around Taos,New Mexico.Anyways the predicament is...I will be without the numb comforts of civilization except for this I-pod that Czechmate found one day in the loop.(I have my suspicions about how "he found it")I'm filling it with some essentials which is a fucking tedious project in it's own right.I also realize that I will be without a means to dig any thing but holes in the desert.I always need fresh sounds as much as fresh women,the tunes are the only thing I may be able to do something about.(fresh women Is hard enough already,imagine the desert)

This is where you all can help yer mans out out in his time of need.If you ever downloaded anything from me and thought it to be on the ILL,then it would be very awesome of you to send me just one song that you would want to hear in the desert with nothing but a head full of hash some mountains in your backyard and an old,rusty, schoolbus,you call home.That's the scene good people now give me some soundtrack!I don't care about genres or any of that bullsheet.Whatever is clever,what would fill the soul if you were in my shoes.I'm leaving in 3 days you can hit me up at. secretsoundsystem@gmail.com
headline :desert music.so I know the deal.
I'll try to post a goodbye joint before I leave.No promises but good intentions.

4 comments:

Reza said...
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chris said...

America - A Horse With No Name
The Doors - Riders On The Storm
The Doors - The End
lil brown - light my fire
Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See

just a few tracks that jump to mind.

bobby said...

Hey man, all your pics went down, what happened? I'm trying to find a couple of these albums....

Crimhead420 said...

Hello friend and fellow blogger, i too live in St. Louis.
I also play lead guitar in a Santana Tribute Band, my new bass player is Craig Thornton, Craig plays with the Voodoo Blues Band and he has played bass with a number of notables in the business, including both national and local acts, including Chuck Berry, Albert King, B.B. King, Doc Terry, Oliver Sain, and Rich McDonough. He also toured in Budapest[, Germany, Austria and Norway] with local blues, jazz and R&B legend, Kim Massie.
We're just starting this Santana project, possibly in the next few weeks we will be gigging the St. Louis area.
St. Louis is big on R&B and classis rock since everybody and thier uncle is playing it, i hope St. Louis is ready for this project.
Best wishes and happy blogging, here's mine:

http://jazz-rock-fusion-guitar.blogspot.com/