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    This song is so beautiful. I'd like to show you:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6_JkZTWYSk

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    Hi John. Good to know you have been jamming with your mates. That's nice. I was very into bands and things but now I prefer to work alone. I'm in a more introspective mode right now and need to write exactly the way I feel it. Like I said to you before Delicious Grace is a duo but I get to right all the songs.

    I did watch the video you sent. But I was at work and didn't have much time to elaborate my post. Thanks for sending.

    You didn't like the song in my previous reply or didn't want to listen to it?

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    Hello, John. I'm glad you're getting better.

    I was very annoyed about the fact to somebody is picking on you (I don't know if ''picking'' is the correct word for this situation). You should fight back. I can not stand this. I'm a live wire as they say.

    I finished another song. That's always a special feeling. This one is more of a ballad/romantic. I'm very into writing ballads at the piano. It just feels so nice. I can almost ''gravitate'' while writing those kind of songs.

    I must go back to the studio some time this year. It's been overduo. I shoud have done this already! But I'm in the middle of a ''burst of songs''. The songs keep coming and coming and I've gotta finish them. I think this a positive thing. I can arrange some time later to record those at a pro studio, don't you think?

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    John my friend how are you doing?

    This week has been a hell of a week for us brazilians. There's major strike going on in our country for at least 6 days now. I don't how much of attention this is getting internationally but it's starting to get really bad for the people. And there's no sign for a complete resolution.

    I managed to almost finish another song. This one particularly I'm very proud of. There's a twist in the middle of the song. In my head the song starts with a heavy guitar thing. Just sequencing 3 chords and then it turns into a more acoustic thing. By the of the song the electric guitar comes back to put an end to the whole thing. I said in my head because I haven't played that song in another instrument other then my acoustic guitar.

    I really wish I could show you now one song of mine that's called ''Chaos and Shame''. I'm amazed and frustrated at the same time about how accurate this song tells our current situation in Brazil. I take no proud about it. I just couldn't help but write. Some day everydody is going to hear it.

    Take care, John. Have a nice weekend!

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    Hi John. Sorry about the current situation of your country too. There's no such way to compare bad people. They are as just as bad. Actually I'm fed up with politics and politicians. I know our modern society needs them but come on they're specialized in making sh*t. That's why I had to write otherwise there wouldn't be a way to escape this whole mess. But that's it for now! I don't want to contaminate our great conversation with such an unpleasant subject.

    I'm glad you could get you computer fixed. But what really got me curious was this big screen. I mean is it a big screen with a projector or something? Looks cool.

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    John, how are you my friend? Is it everything ok over there? I'm a little bit worried because I haven't heard of you in a while. Hope you're just fine.

    This past week I went into a ''writing mode'' and I could finish three more songs. That's a record for myself. It wasn't planned though.

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    Hello John! What a good feeling I just got hearing from you. It's been a while and I was worried about you (Like Mick Jagger says)!

    I must say this: This forum is nothing without you. Sorry folks.

    I'm glad and at the same time sorry about some thing that you have been going on in your life. If you want a advice it would be: focus on your paiting or write a songs about all that. You've got a way to write that keeps me attatched to your text. Someday you should send me a song of yours. It would be a real pleasure for me.

    Between this period of your absence I think I wrote 3 to 5 five songs. I've got some heavy songs that I'm really proud of composing them. They sound good. It's not just noise. I've got a couple of ballads aswell. I really love a good ballad. I think I'll keep writing them all my life. It feels good especially when I play the piano. That's the place to be to write this kind of songs, in my opinion.

    I hope that you do not disapper again!

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    Hi John. How are you, my friend?

    Great shots you've got there. What is this smoke about? I was a bit intrigued.

    I'm glad you're getting yourself back to together per se. Sometimes I feel that way. I must imerse myself inside me. Just me and my thoughts. I don't know if this makes sense but you'll understand. Eventually you'll leave this place stronger and feeling good. A lot of good music, art in general or whatever can come up after a period like that.

    About that artist you mentioned... you mean Burle Marx? If so, yes, I know about him. He's quite famous.

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    It's been a busy week at work, John. Sorry for taking too long to answer you. Even in the middle of this craziness I could find some time to write. Ohh writing... It has something magical to it. For sure! I feel like I'm levitating. These two, specifacally, came in with just the lyrics. I'm still figuring out how the song and melody itself will be like. One of them has spiritual thing. I don't usually write song with that in mind but I had to respect the flow. I always try to do so.

    I'm glad you're considering yourself back to music. Please, don't ever give up on that! I could feel that music is very special for you as it's to me. Without it I don't know what to do.

    Your pictures are awesome. But your paiting is something that I really liked. I'm very visual. I wish I had the skill for paiting.

    I almost forgot to tell you. I sent a song for a friend of mine who's living now in Germany. He's going to sing on this one. It's a ballad, acoustic type of song with me featuring on guitar. I'm very excited about it. Let's see how this is going to turn up.

    Have a good weekend, my friend!

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    Hello my dear friend. It's great to know that you still think of playing along with my song. That would be awesome but don't worry about nothing. Take your time. You'll know when it's right.

    Everythings great around here. Just focusing on writing. Been able to record some demos lately. I've been trying to laid down at least one per week. As I told you before Delicious Grace works as a duo thing. I write the songs and a friend of mine and I record the parts of the songs. You would like to meet him. Nice guy.

    Any new paitings, John? I really like your style!

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    Hello John. How are you, my friend?


    I can see you've been doing a lot lately. That's so cool. I'm very pleased that you're getting your playing back together. I'm watching your video right now! I must confess that it's a thrill already!

    Thank you for the pic of your paiting. Nice one!


    Even though you played just a little bit that was good enough for me, John. Please make more of those, sir! You seemed very comfortable while doing it. I'm not sure if I would be.

    I'm off now to record some music. Sorry to make this answer in a rush. But today I had so much going on at work. It was crazy! But that's it for now. 18:20 local time. Time to get out!!

    Take care, my friend. I'll be back.

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    It didn't spook at all, John. We're in a creative ''ambient'' as I like to call this forum. So feel free to show us your art.

    Nice one on trying my video. That's so exciting for me. You don't how much!

    Those criminals insist to pick on you? What the hell is that? You should complain to whoever is resposible for your security. It really bothers me when you say those things keep happening. You seem to be such a nice person.

    Yesterday my friend and I laid down the backing track of a new song of mine. Hard rock type of song, loud guitars that goes into a more calm situation at the end of it. It has become a kind of signature of mine: the extremes. I'm really proud of particularly. Hope you will hear it soon.

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    Hahahah You're funny, John! I was having a real laugh when I read you said ''centavos''. You always suprise me.

    Sad to know about that you're still having trouble with merciless people.

    I didn't know you were such a good pool player. I like to play too. Nowadays I only get to play online and not very often. Don't have a pool table near me.

    Let me ask you something as you have been here longer than me (don't know if you've got the answer though): Is it normal for a thread to have like two thousand views and only to persons participating? Sometimes I feel odd about that.

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    Hello John. Lovely saturday morning here in Brazil. I always manage to get a good feeling on saturdays especially. Maybe that's due to not having to work the other day or something. But anyway it's nice here.

    Yes, ACDC is my favourite Australian band. Actually is one of favourites in any category you put it. The last run they did around the world, I don't if you heard about it, was with Axl Rose as the lead singer. How cool is that? You know I'm a big Guns N' Roses fan.

    There's some talking going over the internet that Brian Johnson is getting back together with ACDC for another album. Let's wait and see what wil happen.

    Planning on finish another song. This one is going to be punk rock all the way through. The whole song is alreay in my head with lyrics and everything. I just need to sit down, grab my guitar and a piece of paper. That's surreal and magic. I'm bringing something to the world that nobody has ever heard of. It's like a virgin land, John.

    Have a good weekend!
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    Hello John. How was your weekend?


    Though I do not agree with your take on the current situation of ACDC, I do respect your opinion. I don't see it as solely as a money grab thing. I think these guys are doing the only thing they have ever done in their entire life: play and carry the name ACDC along. The last album they did ''Rock Or Bust'' is a traditional ACDC record. The title track is already a classic for me. So nothing changed except the line-up duo the circumstances of life. Let me put this way.


    I'm in the team for rock n' rollers can age and keep playing. They are not to blame if life was fortunate enough for them to be at 60, 70 or 80 and still be able to play make a living out of it. I don't really care.


    Nice! I'm a big Elvis fan. You really are a ''box full of surprises'' (Brazilian expression. Don't know if it makes sense in english).


    Elvis had such a unique voice and approach. I don't know if you have heard but I recommend for everybody this album: Elvis and the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra. I spent a couple of months listening to it like non-stop. Those songs transported me to places I had never been to. That's the magic of Elvis.

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