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Announcing a new collaborative Album: Elements. Lyrics and voice by Uma Mehta, guitar and sound environments by Andrew Thomas Kuster.

Since ancient times, in the philosophical traditions of both the East and West, people have named the four classical elements—Earth, Water, Fire, and Air—along with the fifth element—Spirit—as the fundamental substances of our experience of the world. Advanced scientific knowledge has not surmounted their common-sense practicality: the classical elements—whether metaphorically or in actuality—still tangibly describe how people think, feel, and understand reality in the fields of philosophy, psychology, art, poetry, spirituality, and physicality.

To those of us who see the world through them, these elements are the basic building blocks of life, the world’s voice and soul. They are important and mysterious living energies and they deserve to be heeded and honored.

This album is a spontaneous, joyful meditation on the elements assembled from pure inspiration, a soulful blending of Uma’s powerful, intuitive lyrics and enchanting, healing voice and Andy’s prismatic and enveloping musical environments and beats. This album creates an emotional experience that reflects an affirmative relationship between us and the world.

Just in time for summer: we hope you’ll enjoy Elements, groovy and deep, an album to get lifted to.

 

Big John

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Timber Days street-side gig.

July 31, 6-9pm, Shelton, WA.

3 hrs of blues with Rava & Co.

Oh, and it will be hotter than hell outside.

Bring a cold beverage.
 

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Not my band, but I saw these guys last night and thought that they deserved a shoutout. They are a cover band in northern NJ. They played a college graduation party that I went to. They played from about 7pm to 11pm and they had the people up and dancing the whole time (except for the one Dave Matthew wet blanket song (in their defense, it was requested by the hostess)). Their song selection was 80% things that have been on my playlists for ages. Almost all the tunes were hits with the early 20s group (who grew up listening to our music in the car when they were younger). They played a little bit of everything and added a little hard rock flavor to some old standards. FWIW, the lead and rhythm guitarists played Lesters throughout the night.

If I was a bar owner, I'd book these guys in a second.

 

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Not my band, but I saw these guys last night and thought that they deserved a shoutout. They are a cover band in northern NJ. They played a college graduation party that I went to. They played from about 7pm to 11pm and they had the people up and dancing the whole time (except for the one Dave Matthew wet blanket song (in their defense, it was requested by the hostess)). Their song selection was 80% things that have been on my playlists for ages. Almost all the tunes were hits with the early 20s group (who grew up listening to our music in the car when they were younger). They played a little bit of everything and added a little hard rock flavor to some old standards. FWIW, the lead and rhythm guitarists played Lesters throughout the night.

If I was a bar owner, I'd book these guys in a second.

Listed to "Mr Brightside" on their site. The drummer kills it and you are only as good as your drummer, right?
 

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In Philly come to the Fire,I'll buy you drinks.....women.....go on at 7 ..lowly opening band...
 

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