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tentoze
06-23-2004, 09:28 PM
Finaly got around to spinning Mike's comp of the referred title- damn, son, you have the knack! Lots of stuff off my radar- and all of it fine. The Cure tune is awesome, as is the Butterfly Jones and Widespread Panic- as far as I've gotten so far. Transitions are better than anything I've ever heard. U da man from where I sit in the desert NA!

tentoze
06-23-2004, 09:36 PM
Update: That Slobberbone cut is KILLER!

Mike
06-24-2004, 01:13 AM
I think I sent you two comps and I remember thinking the other one might strike more of a chord with you but so long as you like what you hear. Iíve still got lots of artists on my wishlist from your comps Iím on the lookout for.

Whilst Iím here I should throw out some thanks for comps Iíve recently received.

From RPM for his mixed comp, thanks Rick nice comp it saw some play on Sunday on a lazy afternoon in the garden.

From Mason Piano One and When The Sunshine Fades Away. Two really good comps right up my street full of great artists like mojave3, 16 horsepower and my faves Elysian Fields. Actually after reading Jarís rave about Hum Ė Downward is Heavenward Iíve just ordered it now I'm thinking I should order some more Hum.

JDaniel for a copy of CRSV9 and Eric Claptons latest. CRSV9 I think is one of the best group efforts and the Clapton really surprised me itís good. Actually Davey had already sent me a copy of CRSV9 so Iíve passed it onto a grateful friend who canít get over why I got it for free Ė ďyou mean people just send you these for freeĒ he keeps asking what the catch is.

Anybody else sorry if Iíve forgotten youÖ

As for the transitions I do tend to go overboard on them. Old Wavey Davey dbi got me into them and now I canít make up a comp without doing them. I remember as a kid making up tapes and I always liked to try and get the tracks to run into one another. I guess they are not to everybodyís taste and to some just downright annoying but at the end of the day, as I think Jim once said, I do these comps for me and if somebody else likes them itís a bonus!

Cheers
Mike

tentoze
06-24-2004, 05:05 AM
I think I sent you two comps and I remember thinking the other one might strike more of a chord with you but so long as you like what you hear. Iíve still got lots of artists on my wishlist from your comps Iím on the lookout for.

Whilst Iím here I should throw out some thanks for comps Iíve recently received.

From RPM for his mixed comp, thanks Rick nice comp it saw some play on Sunday on a lazy afternoon in the garden.

From Mason Piano One and When The Sunshine Fades Away. Two really good comps right up my street full of great artists like mojave3, 16 horsepower and my faves Elysian Fields. Actually after reading Jarís rave about Hum Ė Downward is Heavenward Iíve just ordered it now I'm thinking I should order some more Hum.

JDaniel for a copy of CRSV9 and Eric Claptons latest. CRSV9 I think is one of the best group efforts and the Clapton really surprised me itís good. Actually Davey had already sent me a copy of CRSV9 so Iíve passed it onto a grateful friend who canít get over why I got it for free Ė ďyou mean people just send you these for freeĒ he keeps asking what the catch is.

Anybody else sorry if Iíve forgotten youÖ

As for the transitions I do tend to go overboard on them. Old Wavey Davey dbi got me into them and now I canít make up a comp without doing them. I remember as a kid making up tapes and I always liked to try and get the tracks to run into one another. I guess they are not to everybodyís taste and to some just downright annoying but at the end of the day, as I think Jim once said, I do these comps for me and if somebody else likes them itís a bonus!

Cheers
Mike

Yup, the other one, Brides Of Neptune, is fine as well!

-Jar-
06-24-2004, 06:03 AM
I think I sent you two comps and I remember thinking the other one might strike more of a chord with you but so long as you like what you hear. Iíve still got lots of artists on my wishlist from your comps Iím on the lookout for.

Whilst Iím here I should throw out some thanks for comps Iíve recently received.

From RPM for his mixed comp, thanks Rick nice comp it saw some play on Sunday on a lazy afternoon in the garden.

From Mason Piano One and When The Sunshine Fades Away. Two really good comps right up my street full of great artists like mojave3, 16 horsepower and my faves Elysian Fields. Actually after reading Jarís rave about Hum Ė Downward is Heavenward Iíve just ordered it now I'm thinking I should order some more Hum.

JDaniel for a copy of CRSV9 and Eric Claptons latest. CRSV9 I think is one of the best group efforts and the Clapton really surprised me itís good. Actually Davey had already sent me a copy of CRSV9 so Iíve passed it onto a grateful friend who canít get over why I got it for free Ė ďyou mean people just send you these for freeĒ he keeps asking what the catch is.

Anybody else sorry if Iíve forgotten youÖ

As for the transitions I do tend to go overboard on them. Old Wavey Davey dbi got me into them and now I canít make up a comp without doing them. I remember as a kid making up tapes and I always liked to try and get the tracks to run into one another. I guess they are not to everybodyís taste and to some just downright annoying but at the end of the day, as I think Jim once said, I do these comps for me and if somebody else likes them itís a bonus!

Cheers
Mike

hey Mike,
Got your package.. have not had time to spin them yet... it's been crazy around my house the past month. We had a tree go down in our back yard about a month ago, destroying the kids' swing set.. so we've had to get a new swing set, install it, then clean up the mess.. which is ongoing. I hope to have some time for music this weekend.

Take care,
Mason