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The Album, The Gear, The Band

I recently purchased two new guitars and an amp. I've always wanted to perform as part of a group, but I've been able to get away with flying solo on the acoustic guitar. All 12 songs were written during a period spanning both my high school and college years--each one tied to a distinct time of developmental struggle or awakening. I don't consider it a polished or masterful piece of work, but at least an honest one that in many ways represents the hurdles I had to overcome in order to produce it. And--having produced the entire thing on my own from start to finish--I...  Throughout that time, I continued writing and exploring new sounds--and now I have another whole collection of songs I'm excited to work on.   Jumping into transition, I've quite literally "geared up" for what's to come. I'd attempted recording an album a few times since high school, but always managed to sabotage myself in one way or another. Our plan is to start gigging within the next few months after we've got a good batch of songs practiced and ready to go. ) The other is a brand new G&L ASAT Special semi-hollow electric, which I've named Gun and paired up with a lightly used Vox AC30cc2x amplifier. In September I released my first album  With Tongue & Teeth .   Completing the project ended up being a bit of a revitalizing experience for me. call it a time of "mental throat-clearing" if you will. I won't go into the nitty gritty of it, but in short I just wasn't ready to do it. Now that it's done, With Tongue & Teeth  feels to me like a time capsule of sorts. Thus, I'm happy to say I've started jamming with a stellar group of righteous musicians I met in college. It's only been about a month since we started getting together on the weekends, but so far the sounds we're making are super rad and I'm stoked about the direction things are headed. In a sense I feel I've caught up with myself and my music.

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Art - 2004

Dirt Devil* 12- Amp Power Stick* Corded Stick Vac Though it weighs just six pounds, the Power Stick" packs an impressive 12 amps of cleaning force. It's got the power of a full-size vacuum but is lightweight, convenient and easy to ...



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A sensor in the vacuum's handle detects your push and pull, then signals the brushless 12-amp DC motor. The motor speed and drive ... The Vision is sold at discount retailers and home centers. www.dirtdevil.com NOVEMBER 2004 | WWW.

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    Much better than the old model!

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    I thought I liked it, but then...

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    Well worth the money! Best in price range!

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    Fantastic

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