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Wither Away

It’s hard being silent to keep the peace When certain maggots know that they’re out of reach But when the meat is gone, at the end of the day We can watch the maggots wither away. We can watch the maggots wither away. We can watch the maggots wither away.

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Sharron Angle: Rape and Incest Are Just Part of God’s Plan

By Tana Ganeva AlterNet The Nevada GOP nominee for Senate thinks abortion should not be allowed even in cases of rape and incest. For most of her campaign for U.S. Senate, Nevada GOP nominee Sharron Angle’s election strategy has consisted of avoiding reporters so she doesn’t get tricked into saying things publicly. Last night’s interview […]

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“Grassroots” Karl Rove-linked Group Funded Almost Entirely By Billionaires

by Justin Elliott via Salon [This is a perfect example of why the Supreme Court ruling that lifted the limits on how much corporations, unions, and individuals can donate to 527 groups was such a stunningly bad idea. ~ Wicasta] Virtually all of the $4.7 million raised by Karl Rove’s new conservative outfit was contributed […]

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Running Afoul Of Pink Floyd

Much to my surprise, I recently ran afoul of Pink Floyd. Well, I ran afoul of Pink Floyd Management, actually. I consider that a semantic difference. An important one, maybe, but semantics all the same. Long story short, I decided to sell my Alembic F-2B preamp on eBay to try to save my eBay store […]

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Lyrics / Songs

If Loneliness Had A Name

This is a song that was written by my friend, Gary Ramsey, who was the first musician I ever jammed with. We recorded this version in the late 1980’s on a cassette 4-track recorder. Gary recently made this video and uploaded it to YouTube. CREDITS Gary Ramsey – vocals, lead guitar Wicasta Lovelace – rhythm […]

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The Path Through The Wilderness

Victoria’s at work. It’s her second day on the job. I got up and straightened up the house, and am about to get back to writing. I’ve been transcribing some handwritten chapters of Blood & Chartreuse lately, so I want to finish one up so she can read it tonight. But mostly this morning I’ve […]

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Journal Music Blog

The Return Of Thor Sound

I’ve talked Victoria into playing bass some  for our band, Windhaven. We decided that my Alembic Spoiler was too big for her, and so I looked at alternatives. It didn’t take me long to realize that my old Aria Pro II TSB-350 (my first real bass) is a perfect fit. It’s a medium scale bass […]

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The Evolution Of Windhaven

I helped Doug load up his equipment this afternoon. He’s essentially left Windhaven. He wasn’t happy with some of the things that Victoria and I want to do, and decided that he was going to try to get something going with a Rock band where he’ll feel more at home. He never really found his […]

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Gear Journal

N.U.T. Stomp Box

When we put together our acoustic band, I immediately started looking for a way that I could bring some extra percussion to the table. One of the coolest gadgets I came across is my searches was a stomp box. There are many different flavors, but the one enduring concept is that it’s a block of […]

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Music Blog

White Rabbit And Star Trek

Windhaven has posted it’s first video on YouTube. It’s our cover of Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit”, set to the popular Star Trek mash-up that’s been all over YouTube for years. We hope you’ll enjoy it. I’m going to be whipping up some more videos for some of our originals in the next couple of weeks, […]

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