Posts Tagged ‘Music’

For Pete’s Sake (postmod version)

September 30, 2014

Back to basics, postmod version of this Monkee classic

My Two Songs made the Top 10 (Neil Young Chart)

September 22, 2014

My Two Songs Made the Top 10 on Neil Young’s Protest Song Chart

Thanks to all who helped my two songs rise in the charts into the top 10 of 3,619 songs! My songs are at #9 and #10
Keep that clicking coming!!

http://www.neilyoung.com/lwwtoday/lwwsongspage.html

7. Things Of America – David Kraai
8. Marche Mon Ami – Egin
9. AOL Can Go and Tank Tomorrow – Tom Hendricks
10. Peace Sign – Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar

Postmod music is getting out there.

ROCK is the beat ROLL is the Magic

September 17, 2014

Sayings of Eddie Art

Rock is the BEAT
Roll is the MAGIC

ROCK AND ROLL in its earliest decade was opposing and rebelling against the mainstream music that came before. Today it’s cloning that rebellion in generic copies.

If you are in a band, you’re 60 years too late!

Bands, you’re not breaking new ground, you’re following a 60 year old format.

More circus than soul! – Corporate Music.

POSTMOD MUSIC – the first new music since the 3 company monopoly (Warners,Universal, Sony) took over.

 

Ten Year Music Project (Musea #193)

August 30, 2014

Dear Musea Zine Readers and Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar fans,

The new isssue of zine Musea, all about my 10 year recording project coming to an end,  is out (#193) at the usual spots plus online on the Musea website.

My 10 year, 150 song, 9 CD, ‘OUTSIDE THE BOX SET’, recording project, is done! Recording finished July 17th in Studio B at Crystal Clear Sound, Dallas, Texas. This issue tells you about it from start to finish with stops along the way for a new guitar style, and box office concerts.

For more see: #193  10 Year Music Project  at

http://www.musea.us/newdex.html

“Are You In This Group?” (promo postcard)

August 29, 2014

For many years I’ve been promoting my music.  One idea I had, earlier on, was to go to one of those – then – 4 photos for a $1 machines, take a lot of photos, and use my favorites to make a promo postcard.  I would hand it out with my new single.  I went to a Peaches Record Store (that is old) and talked to the buyer. I talked about my single and gave her the record and postcard.

She looked at it and asked, “ARE YOU IN THIS GROUP?”   I said, ‘I AM THAT GROUP”

Photo 6

 


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