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wednesday wallop #39 > breakfast @ heathrow

it was actually more like breakfast, lunch and dinner…is that a layover? Special shout to Lee for letting me record the jet engines…people thought I was crazy running around with my mac book on the tarmac, it was a bit nuts…on todays menu we have percussion with vibraphone, synths, harmonics and finally lift off! oh

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wednesday wallop #38 > shaken

this week I was particularly inspired by Hebrews 12:25-29, and the quote “once more I will shake, not only the earth but the heavens”. Why? Hard to say actually. It is stated emphatically that there will be a time when all creation is shook, presumably to remove what can be shaken – and leave what

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wednesday wallop #37 > the bus ensemble

what a week…what a couple of weeks – traveling around, meeting folks, seeing sights, eating weird food…ooh yeah. Because I am on the road I decided to try some new mobile tools. I am writing on a newly acquired mac laptop, muse fuse offered by an oxygen 8 usb keyboard…and of course the mac suite

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wednesday wallop #36 gonna be a vibe

when the baby cries- there’s gonna be a vibe when she tries and tries – there’s gonna be a vibe when the storm breaks – there’s gonna be a vibe when the body aches – there’s gonna be a vibe when the spirit sends – there’s gonna be a vibe when the message ends –

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Thou hungerest not, thou thirstest not enough.

Thou art a temporizing thing, mean heart. Down – drawn, thou pick’st up straws and wretched stuff, Stooping as if the worlds floor were the chart, Of the long way thy lazy feet must tread. Thou dreamest of the crown hung o’er thy head – But that is safe – thou gatherest hairs and fluff!

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wednesday wallop #35 > my lord Christ

yesterday I sat down with a fairly clear idea of what I was going to do, and then I started recording “my Lord Christ” to save for later (a kind of musical note), and I ended up recording this first take and running with it. The inspiration for this song is from a poem by

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