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Thread: Who would you compare DA and the Eddies to?
arcticsunburn

Replies: 32
Views: 23,622
09-22-2007 00:05 Forum: General Discussion


Daniel Amos - Collective Soul
Thread: Who would you compare DA and the Eddies to?
arcticsunburn

Replies: 32
Views: 23,622
08-21-2007 00:43 Forum: General Discussion


Tongue
Thread: radio play
arcticsunburn

Replies: 28
Views: 23,761
08-21-2007 00:41 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by nellswell
I play Daniel Amos/Lost Dogs/Swirling Eddies/Terry FREQUENTLY on my radio show! My program isn't exactly considered Christian radio, although I do also play Mark Heard, Cockburn, the Choir, 77s, Innocence Mission, Buddy & Julie, Bill Mallonee, Stonehill, Keaggy ... as well as a lot of Brian Wilson-influenced 60's-esque pop, some folk, country, etc. from "secular" artists. My show is called The Think Tank -- here is a MySpace site for it:
http://www.myspace.com/thethinktank
The playlists are beyond out-of-date, but I plan on updating them soon (I've had a very busy summer with surgery, planning a move, and lots of house-sitting...)

Anyway, I really do play Terry's music just about every week -- so does my fiancee/show partner -- and not only that, Terry HIMSELF was on my show yesterday! He was one of seven artists who were generous enough to participate in my tribute to Mark Heard; he called in and talked about Mark for 3-4 minutes...

My show is on Sundays from 10-noon PST, and you can hear it online here:
http://www.kaosradio.org

In addition to my program, there is a show on KAOS called God's Misfits that's on in the OTHER Sunday 10-12 timeslot, from ten-midnight ... I know Scott Eaton also plays Terry's music and I wouldn't be surprised to hear the new Swirling Eddies on his show. So while you probably won't hear Terry Taylor on KAOS any other days (though we do have a couple of Lost Dogs discs in the library that are VERY occasionally played by other random KAOS deejays) Sunday from 10-12 is always a good time to tune in to KAOS if you want to hear him!

Cool. Would it be OK if I sent you some of my material?
Thread: It's All About YOU....
arcticsunburn

Replies: 180
Views: 258,935
08-21-2007 00:31 Forum: General Discussion


Name: David Andrew Wiebe

Birthday: August 13 (was born on a Friday), 1982

Birthplace: Camrose, AB, Canada

Current Location: Calgary, AB, Canada

Current Occupation: Guitar Instructor/Graphic Designer/Musician

Dream Occupation: More or less living it, would love to be full-time musician

Eye Color: Blue

Hair Color: Brown

Height: 6'1''

Right Handed or Left Handed: Right

Your Heritage: German/Polish/Canadian

Your Biggest Weakness: Guitars, electronics, women

Your Fears: Poisonous creatures

The Perfect Pizza: Pepperoni, Cheese, Potato

Goal You Would Like To Achieve This Year: Put out another CD with original material

Your Most Overused Phrase or word: "Right on", "You're a (fill in the blank)", "You're mom's a (fill in the blank)"

Morning person or Night Owl: Night Owl

Your Best Physical Feature: Eyes

Your Most Missed Memory: Summer Camp '97

Pepsi or Coke: Coke

Favorite Fast Food: Wendy's

Can You Cook: For myself I can (I have a strange diet)

Chocolate or Vanilla: Vanilla

Cappuccino or Coffee: Cappuccino

Three Stooges, Abbot and Costello or the Marx Brothers: Maybe I'm too young for this, or I'm uninformed because I grew up in Japan

Number of hours that you normally watch TV in a single day: 1 - 2 hours

Favorite type of movie (Drama/comedy/action/documentary/etc): Sci-Fi, Action, Comedy

Letterman or Leno: Leno

Do you Smoke: No

Do you Sing: Yes

Do you Dance: No

Most unusual talent: Able to mimic police siren

You like to regularly challenge yourself by: Playing different types of music on guitar, setting goals and deadlines and trying to meet them

Do you get Motion Sickness: Big time

Are you a Health Freak: Not really

Do/did you get along with your Parents: Yes

Do you like Thunderstorms: Yes

Do you play an Instrument: Yes

Have you ever Stolen Anything: Probably

Have You Ever been Beaten up: No, just hit-and-runs (punch to the stomach)

What do you want to be when you Grow Up: I would like to do what I already do better

What country would you most like to Visit: Australia

Number of CDs I own: Not a lot, maybe 100

Number of Piercings: None

Number of Tattoos: None

Number of Message Board Alliases: Probably about 3

The Greatest Rock Band in History Is: Extreme

The Album I Wore Out Growing Up Was: "Weird Al" Yankovic - Bad Hair Day
Thread: Who would you compare DA and the Eddies to?
arcticsunburn

Replies: 32
Views: 23,622
08-20-2007 01:03 Forum: General Discussion


The Swirling Eddies - Huey Lewis & The News
Thread: Who would you compare DA and the Eddies to?
arcticsunburn

Replies: 32
Views: 23,622
08-20-2007 01:02 Forum: General Discussion


Daniel Amos - David Bowie and The Eagles are about the only artists/bands that are really similar in my collection. The Northern Pikes' "Teenland" has that New Wave/Alarma! type sound...
Thread: Where to sell CDs
arcticsunburn

Replies: 6
Views: 6,140
04-18-2007 00:15 Forum: General Discussion


You might be surprised.
Thread: Terry Taylor music on an American Express ad...
arcticsunburn

Replies: 21
Views: 13,462
04-29-2005 00:45 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by DaLe
quote:
Originally posted by Captain Pedantic
I still want to that that because I'm an uber-fan does that mean I have to get an AMEX card now?

And as I"m in New zealand does that mean I have to call it a New Zealand Express card?

LoL Big Grin

jeffrey k.'s word is good enough for me,
but I would like to have this verified by Terry or Rob

Isn't that like, an oxymoron? Tongue
Thread: Will I get to see DA live in New York/New Jersey?
arcticsunburn

Replies: 12
Views: 8,768
04-21-2005 23:25 Forum: General Discussion


See, this is why I keep pushing the idea of a tour with my band. We're not married, we don't have kids (I think), and I guess there's a few who think they're job is a good gig, but I'd rather try to semi-make a living at music.
Thread: DA - The Making of Buechners (DVD)
arcticsunburn

Replies: 374
Views: 298,264
10-26-2004 01:02 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


quote:
Originally posted by dennis
nope! They are all late and all good! Pleased

Well, that's reassuring. Smile
Thread: DA - The Making of Buechners (DVD)
arcticsunburn

Replies: 374
Views: 298,264
10-21-2004 23:07 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


quote:
Originally posted by dennis
quote:
Originally posted by arcticsunburn
All I can say is I'm excited about (fill in the blank) and I think it will be well worth the wait.


That exact phrase is said about every Terry release since HD! Tongue

Has it ever been wrong?
Thread: DA - The Making of Buechners (DVD)
arcticsunburn

Replies: 374
Views: 298,264
10-20-2004 21:52 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


All I can say is I'm excited about the DVD and I think it will be well worth the wait.
Thread: chat # II
arcticsunburn

Replies: 60
Views: 34,472
10-18-2004 23:33 Forum: General Discussion


I think we should just all meet up at an internet cafe and post on the DAmb there. Big Grin
Thread: Their funkiest song.
arcticsunburn

Replies: 2
Views: 3,866
09-12-2004 00:48 Forum: General Discussion


I'm going with "I've got an Idea."
Thread: whats DAs best CLOSING track?
arcticsunburn

Replies: 55
Views: 28,964
09-12-2004 00:47 Forum: General Discussion


"So Long Again" is the best closing track duh.
Thread: Just Curious
arcticsunburn

Replies: 43
Views: 28,667
07-19-2004 12:06 Forum: General Discussion


Right now I'm not making any huge progress. Of course, I was at camp for the weekend, and we're recording our first album right now.

Nonetheless, I will keep at it! Cool
Thread: Just Curious
arcticsunburn

Replies: 43
Views: 28,667
07-15-2004 01:09 Forum: General Discussion


Ambitious, indeed. I'm probably going to find some willing folks to assist my endeavor.
Thread: Just Curious
arcticsunburn

Replies: 43
Views: 28,667
07-13-2004 14:52 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by PuP
quote:
Originally posted by arcticsunburn
quote:
Originally posted by jwaltb
quote:
Originally posted by audiori
Free doesn't pay the bills or keep music coming
out unfortunately. It'd also be nice for the
fans (including us) to have a nice DA book to sit
on their bookshelf or their coffee table.


No qualms about that. I wasn't thinking along those lines at all, really, just lamenting the fact that what once seemed to be a wealth of seemingly free info now has a price tag on just about everything. Well, maybe in a way I guess I am....... but point well taken.


JB

if I was to create and release a product that did not demonstrate excellence (i.e. a good majority of the tab on the Web), then I would think it a fine idea to put it up on the Web for everyone.


But I like your songs on the Web, arctic! I was humming that 'Banana Split Rain' all morning!

You got me there, Pup. Thanks for listening! Cool
Thread: Just Curious
arcticsunburn

Replies: 43
Views: 28,667
07-13-2004 13:15 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Mountain Fan
I think guitar tabs would be great - 1 or 2 pages with lyrics and chords. I would play more TST-related songs if I had tabs to start from instead of figgering it out, although I am slowly improving. There's only so much time.

I'm not really interested in traditional sheet music because it's just too many pages and I wind up doing nearly as much work taking it back to tab as figgering it out in the first place. I do seem to remember a sheet music software/ service I saw one time that was pay-per-download and seemed to be decent (I got a few free sample downloads Tongue ), but I don't remember the name of it. Wait- I just remembered I think it was called Sibelius Scorch or something like that.

Blessings in your endeavour, artic! Smile )

Although Alarma (as a whole CD) would have been one of the last ones I would have picked to start with! Tongue

Thanks, MF.

The study of Alarma! is for my personal benefit more than anything, so I was thinking maybe I could do an anthology type thing and tab out a few songs from various albums. I think an entire album is somewhat ambitious, though I'd probably have it all figured out one day.
Thread: Just Curious
arcticsunburn

Replies: 43
Views: 28,667
07-13-2004 13:10 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by jwaltb
quote:
Originally posted by audiori
Free doesn't pay the bills or keep music coming
out unfortunately. It'd also be nice for the
fans (including us) to have a nice DA book to sit
on their bookshelf or their coffee table.


No qualms about that. I wasn't thinking along those lines at all, really, just lamenting the fact that what once seemed to be a wealth of seemingly free info now has a price tag on just about everything. Well, maybe in a way I guess I am....... but point well taken.


JB

My input is this - if I was to create and release a product that did not demonstrate excellence (i.e. a good majority of the tab on the Web), then I would think it a fine idea to put it up on the Web for everyone.

I don't know if you've seen some of the Van Halen, Eric Clapton, or any transcriptions in general, but the quality ones have tab below standard notation, and chords on top. I'd like to do something like that.
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