His second release is currently under construction in don garrisan's studio. Join us? Brad Herring will be here!.
Ed's a real rancher who spends much time traveling on I-20, stopping to deliver his Texas Music & Mayhem to the less fortune in Roadhauses along that route. You may have seen him. If you haven't, you should!. See and hear what makes Ed so SPECIAL. Yule want a back stage pass. Mr. Texis's latest compilation includes the tunes made popular on his 1994 " The Lawyers Must Die" Tour (also featuring Lindsay "Kate" Hampton). Get your free sample. (before they go away)The newest antidotes ( and uh huh, CD) will surely reflect on Ed's 95-96 "RAW DEAL" Tour . Teach your children. Hard work, honest living, opportunity. Sports can be another way. Right Swamper?
Jamnation includes info about the phenomenal growth of the "jam". Musical evolution right before your eyes and ears. Writer / Editor Steve Meek gives you a behind the scenes perspective on Texas Blues and the music biz. Steve recently toured Europe with the Robert Ealey Band, in support of STARK Records release "You Don't Get This Everyday". Catch 'em if you can. He'll be going back in April, this time with the U.P. Wilson tour. Tickets via Scalpers or call (USA) 817-922-9JAM
Texas Blues harmoncia session artist plays the blues to make you wanna sing. European tour. He also has a wonderful cactus garden! What could be finer? gotcha!
The biggest most bad-assed TV Production source around. See how they do it.Cool gear, cool people, hot tempers......"ready 3, ready 4, take 5,5 yer f#@kin' me......"
Digital recording / mixdown / mastering facility where the high-tech machinery won't get in the way of a down-home feel of the recording session. Ears looking at you, kid! gotcha!
Don Ray Band
Internationally know blues guitarist Don Ray has played with the best, and when he's not too busy, I've enjoyed a jam or two in his rural recording studio. Stormy Monday? Click here to see the Doppler DON RAYdar.
OOBE JUAN is Hampton's first recorded venture outside the blues/popular music scene. Although best known as a session player and recording engineer to the stars, his extensive engineering background has led him from bio-feedback, university physics, infrared surveilance, et al., to producing a new wave toolkit of Texas techo metaphysics. This CD is a relaxation and out-of-body experience well worth the wait. Take off your shoes, turn down the lights, put in the disc, and away we go. For more info about past-life regression, out-of body experiences, time travel and Al, check out the OOBE homepage. Man, talk about timeless material. What a songwriter. What a universe, incredible. Should I be charging for this? The advertising alone could be worth......... Right! Now boarding, the garrisan blimp.
don garrisan sez " Best of all the tea in China! !"
Biofeedback and brainwave samples from man who started it all. Leary will not be appreciated nearly enough for the contributions he has made to the cultural revolutions begun in the '60's, till long after he's gone. At least the Fed's hope so.
"No Stranger to Danger" is the new CD release on Vortex Records. With his trusty campanion, Michael Bork, Hogan will push you up against a wall of Southern Rock sound and MAKE you listen. When it's all over you may find yourself slumped on the floor in a sweaty mass. Those who can handle the high energy level of this Texas techno-rocker will have no problem finding the "replay" button on the CD player. Good work, Hogan!
A place as tough as Fort Worth is bound to produce some fancy boys. Even if he ain't tuff enuff, his keyboard excursions into hollywood, New York and beyond will stretch your mind (if not your backside) A wonderfully spacey pianist, who made Billboard 's Top 10 with the release of Autumn Dreams, he's on the Moulin D'ore Recording label ( The translation is something like "Bovine female of gold"), better yet contacthttp://c.colon.enter
don garrisan sez " in nature, bull no suck a weenie"
He's dead now, but lives on in cyberspace. The Music, the Message, the Man. Scotty, I know yer gonna love it.
He's dead too, but made great rock-n-roll music for all us white boys to grow by. Go buy.
Best little showplace there is. Money talks and it sounds great. I'm so glad some of the money boys met the counter culture. Now Cowtown has a state of the art sound system we can all enjoy.
Bass and company caught up somewhere between "Lost in Space" and "the Corporate Jungle". Even the Fort Worth Star Telegram has panned the project. They must be doing something right.
Indi record labels sometimes have the best slant on what's what. Check out the latest releases.
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