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March 28, 2013

@ Cape May, NJ 3/22-23/13


The 6th Annual Singer-Songwriter Cape May (music conference) provided a number of personal highlights:
I saw both Tracy Grammer on Friday and Ellis Paul on Saturday as they delivered keynote speeches along with taking questions, plus perform 2 songs. Ellis had read from a book, presumably a ledger, reciting important facts about his career in numbers. Tracy recognized my name instantly and we chatted a bit about her 2012 album “Little Blue Egg”, and also about my discovering Dave Carter’s music through Chris Smither. Ellis was kind to give me his 2010 CD.
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On Saturday and for part of Friday I took in Kat Falcey & Tunes2ya.com‘s 2 music showcases at Aleathea’s Restaurant, the majority of the performers being her clients. Michael Notarangelo & Sam Haines opened the Friday showcase.
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@ The Boiler Room inside Congress Hall:
This was easily my favorite among the venues I visited during the conference and collection of showcases. This venue is somewhat darkly lit, with light beams of different colors creatively texturizing the stage.  On Friday night I saw three bands, one of which I had known of, and two others who were new and yet very accessible and friendly to boot. Carmen Yates leads a NYC band called Racing Rain on acoustic, Christina Kim on keyboard, Ali Cook on stand-up bass, and Thor Jonsson playing loops for the most part instead of drums.  The band’s style is somewhat low-key and imaginative, open to loose interpretation, leaving the words at the forefront. Carmen had been on crutches for a while, so he was on acoustic instead of electric guitar. Carmen and I found each other a few times over the weekend. He’s written over a thousand songs, has had his music used in the Oliver Stone-directed “Savages” and has led Racing Rain for about a year. Upon receiving a CD of theirs, I recognized a prior drummer for them named Timur Yusef, who is now in Changing Modes.
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Madison Cano, from NYC, led a five-piece band of acoustic, two electric
guitars, Yamaha keyboard and drummer. Madison with roots in Southern California, performs with a style that is all driven by her magnetism and personal stage presence, including what sounds like a three-octave voice. Dressing modestly in black, her energy kept your eyes riveted on her, while their keyboardist flailed away.”Radio Waves” and “Float”, with a carefully-styled pop sound, were the songs I recalled most.
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Jeff Campbell, checking in from San Francisco, was up next. You’ve read my review of his live performance in this post. Jeff had the full band in tow, including fellow San Franciscan songwriter Megan Slankard on guitar and backing vox for a few songs. Jeff’s songs are ripe to break further into radio, TV, other media, and the music truly moved the audience. There were a number of ladies who danced during the set in the area directly in front of the stage. Megan occasionally broke from performing to watch. DSCF3706DSCF3707DSCF3708
@ Congress Hall:
During the 2 days while occasionally dropping in to network, I reconnected with these songwriters: Jill Cagney, Allison Tartalia, Avi Wisnia (who seemed to be everywhere during the Conferencce), Jared Costa, Marci Geller, and Kev and Peg of Lotus Hill, who are now on a duo project. I also got to meet Annika Vitolo for the first time. Her 2010 composition  “Streets Of Brooklyn” which got a fair amount of attention in our shared home borough back in 2010. Turns out we attended the same high school just years apart!
I briefly watched performances on The Brown Room’s piano of both Avi and the mysterious Noelle Picara , the latter easily the best-dressed of those I saw this weekend. I’ve always appreciated a good mystery.
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Upon meeting Kaydi Johnson at The Brown Room on Saturday, my memory flashed back some 10 years to my days in NYC when I had first become a fan. She gave me 2 of her CDs. Later I saw her participate in an impromptu songwriter jam at The Pilot House, performing “American Grocery Store”. The Pilot House is a fine family-oriented bar/restaurant, with a tiny stage, just right for acoustic acts. I chatted briefly with a few locals there while I was there.
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Kevin McWha Steele was in a nearby room to me at The Inn At Cape May. Kevin’s a big fan of Radio Crystal Blue,and it was great to hang with him during the weekend. Talking with him, we seem to have the same sort of emotional and mental makeup. On Friday he privately performed a couple of songs on cigar-box guitar, then we walked over to Congress Hall to take in more of the scene. He says the buildings reminds him of The Colonnade in Bath, UK. On Saturday, he had performed at Marq’s Pub at Marquis de Lafayette. Later we reconnected over beers at The Pilot House. He introduced me to songwriter-producer Spencer Chakedis, whose history including producing acts for his Balloon Heaven studio (I recall The Moldy Peaches being one). Spencer composed the score for the indie film King Corn. He has of those names I’ve seen in the liner notes of several CDs but never met in person. The three of us agreed to do a interview and performance in my room late Sunday morning. Audio is still being worked on as of this typing.
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Kevin and I ended up following Kaydi as she drove us to an after-party. This was the great untold story of the entire weekend. Here we were, about a dozen of us, in 3 cars with a dozen folks, all figuring via GPS how to get to a rather vague address about a mile from where most of the venues where. We all did eventually find the spot, a building marked Exit Zero, a local book publishing house and source of outstanding local art. Along with a lengthy jam, there were some alcohol and brownies served (no, NOT that kind). Somehow we got back to our respective dwellings.
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I took in more of the Cape May scene at dark, passing through Washington Mall, admiring the church Our Lady Star Of The Sea, and a few more music venues. I wondered how busy these places might have been if it were beach season.
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PS: Doing my rounds traveling between venues I spotted a meteor that was heading east. It appeared like a blue/green ball of light, and it flamed out after about 20 seconds. It was the first time I had witnessed such an event. Watching CNN in my room the next morning, the reports from Virginia to Maine all saw the same light I did. Talking with a friend after I returned, she suggests that a passing comet lit up the sky so that such meteors or fireballs are more visible to us. OK then.
View from my room:
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November 7, 2012

Radio Crystal Blue and RCB Novus Ordo 11/4/12


Radio Crystal Blue: Novus Ordo spotlights CDs that are debuting on my
standard freeform radio program, Radio Crystal Blue. The show exists as a
weekly podcast.

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Don Gallardo & How Far West “Bluebird” – The Art Of Troubletime Times CD www.dongallardo.com

The Rosewood Girl “set to running” – need a dog CD www.therosewoodgirl.com

Buddy Black “The Television” – Witchfinger (The Chillers) EP www.reverendbuddyblack.com

That Noise “Erase The Pain” – Love Remains EP www.thatnoisemusic.com

Geoff Bartley “Everything 4 Sale” – Mercy For The Dispossessed CD www.geoffbartley.com

Paige Lewis “Turning On The Light” – One Good Day CD www.thepaige.com

Thomas Patrick Maguire “Really Don’t Mind” – No Supression, Gentleman Drunk CD www.thomaspmaquire.com

Rhonda and Peco “One Big Friend” www.rhondaandpeco.com
Running time: 55 minutos
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This show was distributed on 11/7/12.

Artists who are appearing at events together are marked by * and **

Opening music: Juaneco y su combo “Un Shipibo En Espana” – s/t CD www.barbesrecords.com
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Meghan Cary “Invitation” – Building This House CD www.meghancary.com

Pi Jacobs “Trying To Be Loved” – www.pijacobs.com
Blue Rodeo “In My Bones” – The Things We Left Behind CD www.bluerodeo.com
Karen Collins & The Backroads Band “Too Much Me, Not Enough You” – No Yodeling On The Radio CD www.karencollins.net
*Natalia Zukerman “Come Undone” – Gas Station Roses CD www.nataliazukerman.com
*Ellis “Right Now” – Right On Time CD www.ellis-music.com
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*These artists are perfoming the formal showcase at NERFA, 11/8-11 www.nerfa.org
Molasses Creek “Mississippi Sawyer” – An Island Out Of Time CD www.molassescreek.com
Greg Klyma “Kale Store” – pianomandonation CD www.klyma.com
Honor Finnegan “The Tiny Life” – The Tiny Life CD www.honorfinnegan.com
Brother Sun “Love Is The Water” – s/t CD www.brothersunmusic.com
Putnam Smith “Say Darlin Say” – We Could Be Beekeepers CD www.putnamsmith.com
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*These artists are part of the Quad showcase series at NERFA
Emily Pinkerton “Ends Of The Earth” – Ends Of The Earth CD www.emilypinkerton.com
Carolann Solebello “Bury Me Beneath The Willow” – threshold CD www.carolannsolebello.com
Bobtown “Life Slow, Die Old” – Trouble I Wrought CD www.bobtownmusic.com
Jesse Terry “Scenic Route” – Empty Seat On A Plane CD www.jesseterrymusic.com
Ernest Troost “Real Music” – Live at McCabe’s CD www.ernesttroost.com
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Rod Piazza & The All Mighty Flyers “Move Out Baby” – Almighty Dollar CD www.themightyflyers.com
Voodoo Swing “Better Be Changing Your Ways” – Europe Summer Tour 2012 CD (limited edition) www.voodooswing.net
*Justin Levinson & The Valcours “Let You Go” – This Side Of Me, This Side Of You CD www.justinlevinson.com
*Peter Buzzelle “I Lost You” – museum of CD www.peterbuzzelle.com
Add Moss “The Night With You” – In Self-Defense Of The World CD www.addmoss.com
Girls On Film “Too Close” – Mental Image EP www.girlsonfilm.us
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CD Focus: Trouble In The Fields: An Artists’ Tribute To Nanci Griffith www.paradiddlemusic.com
This album with 14 of Nanci’s songs, is produced by Pete & Maura Kennedy, who
play on several of the tracks. Profits from the album benefit Mines Advisory
Group, an NGO that ‘clears landmines, unexploded ordinances, and other remnants
of conflict for the benefit of communities worldwide’ www.maginternational.org

From this CD I spun
Jerry Jeff Walker “Talk To Me While I’m Listening” – www.jerryjeff.com

Tracy Grammer & Jim Henry “Gulf Coast Highway” – www.tracygrammer.com www.jimhenry.net

Edwina Hayes “It’s A Hard Life Wherever You Go” – www.edwinahayes.com
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Shelly Fraley “Won’t Forget You” – Hush (The Secrets Project) CD www.shellyfraley.com
Megan Slankard “Fair Enough and Farewell” – A Token Of The Wreckage CD www.meganslankard.com
Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem “Bridges” – Some Bright Morning CD www.raniarbo.com
*Fred Gillen Jr. “Halloween Day At The VA” – Silence Of The Night CD www.fredgillenjr.com
*Matt Turk “On The Turning Away” – American Preservation CD www.turktunes.com
Avi Wisnia “It’s Only Me” – Something New CD www.aviwisnia.com
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*These artists are part of the Quad showcase series at NERFA
Freebo “Something To Believe” – Something To Believe CD www.freebomusic.com
Anna Dagmar “Satellite” – Satellite CD www.annadagmar.com
Beaucoup Blue “Tell Me Why” – 4 Stories EP www.beaucoupblue.com
The YaYas “Third Girl From The Left” – Paper Boats CD www.wearetheyayas.com
Claudia Nygaard “Say It” – Let The Storm Roll In CD www.claudianygaard.com
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The Boxcar Lilies “Feels Like Home” – heartwood CD www.boxcarlilies.com
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Lucy Wainwright Roche “Accident & Emergency” – Lucy CD www.lucywainwrightroche.com
Daniel Levi Goans “Thought It’d Never End” – Another Side EP www.daniellevigoans.com
Craig Sonnenfeld “November’s Song” – Angels, Lovers And Fools CD www.craigsonnenfeld.com
Jean Mann “The Moon Said So” – Dream Of Goats CD www.jeanmann.net
Mark Erelli “I Took The Moon For A Walk” – little vigils CD www.markerelli.com
Linq “Where Will The Wild Things Go” – Caught In The Act Acoustic CD www.linqmusic.com
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Closing music: The Orb “O.O.B.E” – UF Orb CD www.theorb.com
Running time: 4 hours, 29 minutos.

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August 31, 2012

Radio Crystal Blue 9/2/12 news


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Owing to schedule demands, I usually publish on Wednesdays or as soon as
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You will hear music in several segments of top indie/DIY/underground
songwriters and bands.
RCB Novus Ordo will also air separately. On this show I spin one song from
8 songs in one sitting and give you background info of each artist.
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TWITTER FIVE TO FOLLOW: These are the last 5 folks that I’m following who
follow back: @Starringband @claudia_k_art @amateurblonde @PieroEnsini @echoanddrake4vr

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LIVE REVIEW:
Last week I was at a rather avant-garde showcase at Kung Fu Necktie, one of the notable dive bars in the Illadelph. Full review here:
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INTERVIEW with Lucas Ward of The Silver Snails is available in my field recording FeedPlayer at my website, and at www.bigcontact.com/radiocrystalbluefield We chatted on Skype on 8/30 speaking about the band’s future, the making of their video “Dancing With The Stars” and a connection to the late Elliott Smith.
www.thesilversnails.com
COVERAGE:
I do audio interviews, photos, video, and audio of live events. You can see
and hear evidence across my Facebook and YouTube channels, plus the field
recording FeedPlayer.Time, location and expense will be taken into account
before taking on a job.
Here are the shows I’m planning to see:
9/29: Philly native and West Coast denizen Jeff Campbell returns to his roots, and plays The Grape Room www.jeffcampbellmusic.com
There are 2 events I have my eye on for 9/7, one local, one in Wilmington.
9/15: Lotus Hill releases a new CD at Milkboy’s Center City locale. www.lotushillband.com
I am seeking another event within the first 2 weeks of September.
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RCB REVIEW: RCB Novus Ordo:
Arlan Feiles with a long-awaited return to these airwaves, with a new band (The Broken Hearted) in tow, still with his own spin on Americana. Two bands heard in this show sharing a drummer, both with rather idiosyncratic indie rock; these bands are Generator Ohm and EndAnd.
RCB proper: One evening in late summer 2002 (2003?) I was at NYC’s The C-Note for an evening of poetry, curated by David Amram and Casey Cyr. David Wallechinsky and Ron Whitehead were some of the performers along with the aforementioned. It was a night I will never forget, as it opened my eyes to this expression of art, and eventually led me to appreciate the works of the Beat poets, mainly Kerouac and Ginsberg, even more. For the majority of the years I’ve done this show, I would spin music inspired by the Beat poets in late summer. So it was that I start off with the dark noir of Morphine, and also Casey Cyr reciting an original poem with backup by Amram (he a collaborator with Keroauc many moons ago). I had recited a portion of Kerouac’s book “The Subterraneans”, with the sound of Thelonious Monk, solo piano style, in the background, as it may well have been for much of Jack’s own work in those early 50′s. Segment 1: Amy Speace with the signature tune for the show including the words “Summer’s gonna end before it begins, drive all night…”. Amy will appear along with Eilen Jewell and many others at this year’s Americana Music Association Conference/Festival (Amy herself is part of a Big Star tribute). Alongside the modern folk, more of the same from Natalia Zukerman. Greg Smith & The Broken English was spun with Darlingside, the latter just releasing a new album. Both bands are part of the Keene (NH) Music Festival on September 1. Segment 2: Retro rock from both The Mad Tea and The Modeens starts off this segment. Spun another from the strong Jo Wymer CD. Segment 3 is anchored around My Pet Dragon. They share billing with Just A Memory, A Little Affair, and Remember September at the Utica (NY) Arts & Music Fest, on 9/15. Then MPD share billing with A Ghost Like Me at CultureFest on 9/8, taking place in . Segment 4: I love D.B. Rielly’s “I Got A Girlfriend”; sounds like it could have been written by Buck Owens, with that Bakersfield sound and style well intact. Dan May and Tracy Grammer play a one-of-a-kind event, the Jamboree In The Pines, on a stage built and surrounded by pines. That will take place in Coatesville, PA, also on 9/1. Final segment includes music by Marianne Kesler, with just her second gig in in the last 10 months, plus an old traditional tune sung by Waterbug label founder Andrew Calhoun.
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August 29, 2012

Radio Crystal Blue and RCB Novus Ordo week of 8/26/12


Radio Crystal Blue: Novus Ordo spotlights CDs that are debuting on my
standard freeform radio program, Radio Crystal Blue. The show exists as a
weekly podcast.

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This show was distributed on 8/29/12

Arlan Feiles & The Broken Hearted “A Hard Line” – Weeds Kill The Wild Flowers CD www.arlanfeiles.com
Generator Ohm “Platius” – Upon the Me Om I CD www.facebook.com/generatorohm
Tyler Spooner “Dancing On The Sidewalk” – Forgetting to Remember CD www.tylerspooner.com
EndAnd “Labor Force” – Adventures Of Hi-Fi In Space EP www.reverbnation.com/danielfern
Mokey Doris “In her Head At Night” – s/t CD www.mokeydoris.com
Mina Koo “Jini” – Mina CD www.minaminakoo.com
Amateur Blonde “Scaffolding” – s/t CD www.amateurblondemusic.com
Larry Allen Brown “Southwest Of Eden” – Stories That We Wrote CD www.larryabrown.com
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Running time: 66 minutos
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Here’s RCB proper:

Radio Crystal Blue is my long-running standard freeform radio program. The
show exists as a weekly podcast.
Listen here:
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This show was distributed on 8/29/12.
Artists who are appearing at events together are marked by * and **
“Summer’s gonna end before it begins, drive all night….”
Opening music:
Morphine “Kerouac” – B-Sides & Otherwise
I recited the opening portion of Jack Kerouac’s book “The Subterraneans” to the music of Thelonious Monk: “Everything Happens To Me” – Thelonious Alone in San Francisco
David Amram & Ron Whitehead “To Dream In Kerouac’s Playground” – Kentucky Blues CD www.davidamram.com www.tappingmyownphone.com
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*Amy Speace “Drive All Night” – Land Like A Bird CD www.amyspeace.com
*Eilen Jewell “There’s Where I’m Going” – Queen Of The Minor Key CD www.eilenjewell.com
Natalia Zukerman “Gas Station Roses” – Gas Station Roses CD www.nataliazukerman.com
Flo Anito “what you don’t know can hurt you” – no dustbunnies CD www.floanito.com
*Greg Smith & The Broken English “Haylie” – times like these CD www.gregsmithandthebrokenenglish.com
*Darlingside “Ava” – Pilot Machines CD www.darlingside.com
B.D. Lenz “Uh Huh” – Five & Live CD www.bdlenz.com
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The Mad Tea Party “Every Way” – Found A Reason CD www.themadtea.wordpress.com
The Modeens “El Camino” – Get With The Times EP www.themodeens.com
Song Dogs & The Nightjar “Holy Ghost And Run” – s/t EP www.songdogsandthenightjar.com
Ten Year Vamp “Got 2 Me” – Lust EP www.tenyearvamp.com
Kosmic Daydream “Here I Am” – Live CD www.kosmicdaydream.com
Jo Wymer “Come On Baby” – Living With Scars CD www.jowymer.com
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My Pet Dragon and other bands in this segment (except for A Ghost Like Me) performing at the Utica Music and Arts Fest, 9/13-15, Utica NY www.uticamusicandartsfest.net
 My Pet Dragon “Lover In Hiding” – Mountains and Cities CD www.mypetdragon.net
Just A Memory “Runaway” – s/t EP www.reverbnation.com/justamemory
A Little Affair “What Are You So Afraid Of?” – s/t CD www.alittleaffairmusic.com
A Ghost Like Me “Just Be” – The New Paradigm CD www.aghostlikeme.com
Remember September “Innocence” – The Roads We Travel CD www.rememberseptemberband.com
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 D.B. Rielly “I Got A Girlfriend” – Love Potions & Snake Oil CD www.dbrielly.com
Tall Tall Trees “Men And Mountains” – moment CD www.talltalltrees.com
Screen Door Porch “Mountains Are Heroes” – The Fate & The Fruit CD www.screendoorporch.com
*Dan May “Crossover” – Dying Breed CD www.danmaycd.com
*Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer “hard edge of livin” – little blue egg CD www.daveandtracy.com www.tracygrammer.com
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 Terry Rivel “Set Out On The Road” – Broken People CD www.terryrivelsongs.com
Teresa Storch “Come Home” – Stream Of Concrete CD www.teresastorch.com
Marianne Kesler “Catch Me If You Can” – Pear In The Pink Thing CD www.mariannekesler.com
Alan Barrington “You Believed In Me” – Looking For A Novel CD www.alanbarrington.com
Ryan Tennis “Wake Me Up” – goodbye to the ground EP www.ryantennismusic.com
Andrew Calhoun “Fifteen Years On the Erie Canal” – grapevine CD www.andrewcalhoun.com
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Closing music: Robert Sadin “Comment” – art of love: music of machaut CD www.robertsadin.com
Running time: 3 hours, 39 minutos.

All content of Radio Crystal Blue’s programming is free to listen and share
to via a Creative Commons License, version 3.0, full attribution,
non-derivative. For more info:
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Next show will be recorded and distributed in the week of 9/2/12

Dan Herman/Radio Crystal Blue:
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2159952234
www.radiocrystalblue.net
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Singer • Songwriter • Tenacious Musician • Soul Explorer

Another Damn Cooking Blog

For People Who Would Rather Eat Than Cook

Sagittarian Mind

Astrology For The Higher Mind

Baseball Nerd

Official MLBlog of Keith Olbermann

Empire Avenue Tips

Strategies & Resources for Empire Avenue

Food Will Win the War

The official Food Will Win the War website

sports astrology and numerology

by Ed Peterson (author of the book Numerology: the practical science)

Rebecca Zoe Leigh

musician and singer/songwriter