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    Seaman, Mezzoforte FOWL's Avatar
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    FOWL music

    Hey all, check out my bizzare blend of fusion music, all instruments played by myself!
    http://www.myspace.com/fowlmusic

    I've got a new cd out, and Zzaj performed a bizzare review and subsequent interview that might help you get to know me a little better (as if that is something desirable!!!)

    http://zzaj.freehostia.com/Z80Interview.htm

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    Collection day did sound a lot better. If you were trying to be Pink Floyd
    I have news for you. You're not even Sid Barrett or David Gilmour. But,
    if you will wait. I'm waiting on Krummhorn to answer. I will get back
    with you later and welcome to the forum.
    judy tooley

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    Collection day? Not sure what you mean, perhaps you went to the page or something? Must be because there is really no relation between my music and Pink Floyd.

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    Hi Fowl,

    Well ... listened to your music ... it is, as you say, bizarre fusion ... I always try to keep an open mind to new music ... but, no offense meant, this genre of music is not really my cup of tea, but I certainly wish you all the success in the world in your musical venture.
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    Thank you for the comment! So many people are afraid to offend, but if you listen to what I make, it's pretty clear I'm not out to please everyone!!! I respect that you took the time to tell me you didn't enjoy it! really I do! If you have any actually nasty remarks about it let me know. (I keep a log of them, a sick little pleasure of mine, the winner is still "if I were going to commit suicide I'd defineately throw on some of your stuff" !!!!)

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    You are welcome, Fowl ...

    I tend not to make nasty comments about other people's music ... For me, it's a love/hate relationship ... some of it appeals to me and some of it doesn't. But, at least I keep an open mind about the different genre's of today.

    My first love is classical music, but not ALL classical music ... there are some classical pieces that sound like ones fingernails being scraped along an old slate chalkboard !!
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    I kinda dig 'Owls aim for the eyes'. It has a T. Monk feel to it.



    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    You are welcome, Fowl ...

    I tend not to make nasty comments about other people's music ... For me, it's a love/hate relationship ... some of it appeals to me and some of it doesn't. But, at least I keep an open mind about the different genre's of today.

    My first love is classical music, but not ALL classical music ... there are some classical pieces that sound like ones fingernails being scraped along an old slate chalkboard !!

    Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkk!!!!!!
    Just got goosebumps!!! And I'm still feeling it!!! Yaiks!!!

    I agree to the genre...I love classical too but not all.

    Yaiks...I still imagine the fingernails scratching the chalkboard!
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    Thanks Rob. I have an alternate take of that song posted over here http://www.terminus1525.ca/node/43371 which contains the narrative telling the tale that that instrumental portrays note by note. It's a musical description of the time an owl attacked me!!!

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