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Thread: Happy Birthday Terry!
Mountain Fan

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Views: 2,653
05-27-2013 10:23 Forum: General Discussion


happy belated birthday! lots of family birthdays at this time ...

... and i think a "boot scoot" has something to do with a bad modern version of "country dancing" . maybe pretend i'm brooks or dunn will be next . Tongue Big Grin
Thread: Who are Anna, Eric and Cheyenne?
Mountain Fan

Replies: 20
Views: 14,456
05-21-2013 22:57 Forum: General Discussion


thanks! Pleased

i see i'm quotable now (joey's loc). not sure if that means i'm moving up in the world or down. Confused Big Grin
Thread: Who are Anna, Eric and Cheyenne?
Mountain Fan

Replies: 20
Views: 14,456
05-19-2013 20:05 Forum: General Discussion


oh, and i'm really glad to see all day sing back in print ... and thanks for the back story good doctor!
Thread: Who are Anna, Eric and Cheyenne?
Mountain Fan

Replies: 20
Views: 14,456
05-19-2013 19:53 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by joey
true of a lot of folks here...
the messageboard has become a thing of the past with all the facebooks and twitter stuff.. Frown
it's still kind of cool to have a place where we mainly only talk about Da...
plus, all those places are blocked at my work and this place is not... Pleased


facebook has finally about peaked now that they're selling the farm and all. wonder what will be the next big thing?
Thread: I feel like taking my top off
Mountain Fan

Replies: 248
Views: 179,903
05-19-2013 19:29 Forum: Larry - Lucy I'm In Love


it's almost summertime - or is it already
Thread: 2011 Tour Sampler Questions / Discussion
Mountain Fan

Replies: 1
Views: 2,141
2011 Tour Sampler Questions / Discussion 05-19-2013 19:13 Forum: General Discussion


So I'm late to the game. Is this the original versions or re-recorded ones? TIA! Smile
Thread: I feel like taking my top off
Mountain Fan

Replies: 248
Views: 179,903
06-02-2011 20:50 Forum: Larry - Lucy I'm In Love


did someone say take their top off?

Thread: Lucy, I'm in love with Larry!
Mountain Fan

Replies: 14
Views: 17,577
06-02-2011 10:24 Forum: Larry - Lucy I'm In Love


I still pull this out and listen on occasion. Enjoy it every time! Pleased
Thread: Terry Scott Taylor - Swine Before Pearl, vol 2
Mountain Fan

Replies: 47
Views: 44,967
05-12-2011 16:27 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by audiori
Typically we do date messages like that... I guess I didn't this time because the Terry thing is very much a current story we figured people would know. I don't expect the delay to last too much longer so hopefully we can remove the message completely pretty soon.


please check pm
Thread: Random DA related Treasures
Mountain Fan

Replies: 11
Views: 5,901
05-12-2011 16:25 Forum: General Discussion


if so he sounds a lot more like terry than on little crosses Big Grin
Thread: Random DA related Treasures
Mountain Fan

Replies: 11
Views: 5,901
05-12-2011 10:13 Forum: General Discussion


I'm pretty sure it was Terry singing Wonderful.
Thread: Terry Scott Taylor - Swine Before Pearl, vol 2
Mountain Fan

Replies: 47
Views: 44,967
05-11-2011 20:25 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by audiori
I'll check it out.

Things have been a bit of a mess since Terry's situation was announced.. part of it was just that we weren't expecting the number of orders we started to receive - part of it was that we had been operating on pocket change for a while so that we could send more money to Terry. Then when the huge avalanche of orders came in, we didn't even have enough envelopes to cover them all. Its getting sorted out, but a lot of things haven't been working normally.

Typically I've been shipping Swine from the printers (originally to speed up the Valentines Day shipments, but also to save some money for Terry) so it could also be an issue on their side. From what I've been told, everything is automated and computer driven there.. so they do make weird errors or mistakes occasionally.


Hey I'm trying to be patient too and appreciate work into reissues, spike in orders etc ...

Maybe it would be a good idea to put a short message on the home page about delays with orders? Also, any general particulars that could apply to a lot of people and cut down individual communications ... such as:
Titles X Y Z ship from printers.
We are waiting on another shipment of 1 2 3 titles.
Etc.
Orders are generally delayed ___ days or even weeks perhaps for certain titles ...


edit: pm sent

I later saw message on Webstore page. It would also be good to have a date on it as a point of reference. Thanks for your efforts.
Thread: Random DA related Treasures
Mountain Fan

Replies: 11
Views: 5,901
05-11-2011 20:12 Forum: General Discussion


I guess that is a rarity since it is the only song Jerry sang AND wrote himself?!
Thread: re- Terry's Current Situation
Mountain Fan

Replies: 29
Views: 21,311
04-08-2011 16:33 Forum: General Discussion


well ... been crazy busy ... didn't see the email but probably it's sitting in an account or maybe even spam Frown

... but out of the blue decided to check what's up ... at least i heard it in the same week

still got bills but no late fees so i guess better send some l$ve and share some music.

prayers for terry and family.

sure hope c-stone and everything else works out too.
Thread: Lost Dogs - Old Angel
Mountain Fan

Replies: 28
Views: 28,085
06-22-2010 09:58 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


I like Old Angel better than Lost Cabin but probably not better than Real Men Cry and previous CDs.

The Old Angel show had perhaps a better overall mix of songs from their career than last Lost Cabin show I saw, however it was more memorable getting to come up on stage and sing Knockin' on Heaven's Door with the guys at the Lost Cabin show I attended.



I didn't hear much of Bill Mallonee's set before the Dogs, but I'm glad I got to see him and get into his stuff. He's still making some great music and also just released another set of songs:
WPA Vol. 8 : Coal Dust Soul

These songs were written shortly after the numerous mining disasters that occured in the US and abroad in the first few months of 2010. Photos from the 1930's-1940's also served as a reminder that, in many ways, not much has changed in the day to day lives of these men and women. Their courage and determination remain an inspiration. This EP is dedicated to their spirit. Lyrics are available in blog form at http://www.myspace.com/worksprogressadministration Personnel: Bill Mallonee: Guitars, vocals, bass, drums, harmonicas Muriah Rose: Keyboards, vocals
Thread: DA - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Mountain Fan

Replies: 137
Views: 108,085
01-29-2010 14:08 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


quote:
Originally posted by joey
quote:
Originally posted by Mountain Fan


Questionable:
haven't listened to fully yet (didn't give it immediate, full attention)



then don't give your damb review yet! Roll Eyes


to be more specific:

i listened to Disc 1 pretty good so i felt OK reviewing.

Disc 2 was on while doing other stuff; maybe cooking supper and/or going up and downstairs?

still haven't listened to Disc 2 w/ headphones like I should.
Thread: DA - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Mountain Fan

Replies: 137
Views: 108,085
01-29-2010 09:15 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


quote:
Originally posted by Mountain Fan
finally picked this up for about $10 when i happened to think to check for it again when i was looking for something else.

the sound is an improvement over cassette transfer i made, but i wouldn't consider paying more than retail to get it just for the sound quality.

the booklet is well done. too bad it was in digipack instead of a double-CD jewel case.

haven't listened attentively to the Terry interviews but i'm glad they're on there for sure.

haven't really sat down and taken in all the other extras either.



quote:
Originally posted by Audiori J
They went back to the analog masters and did a knew digital mastering for this release, the sound can't get any better than it is.



quote:
Originally posted by Mountain Fan
don't get me wrong. i'm not saying it sounds bad or anything. i'm not even really an audiophile. i usually listen to music in the car or house with other things going on. you can probably hear more detail with headphones. etc.

what i am saying is if someone misses the DA 20th before it sells out, i wouldn't advise paying a buncha money to get it just for the improved sound if they already have it in some other format in reasonable condition (not overly worn).

that is similar to saying i'm sure glad i waited to get this after the reissue instead of paying a lot of money for the original CD (or even LP) when i already had a cassette in decent condition i was able to transfer.

of course the extras are an additional consideration for fans that want more than the music and they seem done well at first glance.



OK, so here's a breakdown:

Positive:
sound is an improvement
booklet well done
glad Terry interviews are on there
extras seem well done at first glance

Questionable:
haven't listened to fully yet (didn't give it immediate, full attention)

Negative:
didn't get it right away after it was released
wouldn't pay more than retail since had previous cassette version
digipack vs jewel case


What the problem is, is that I am not a "rabid" DA fan and most of you are. That, along with your seemingly current negative opinion of me, limits your ability to see things objectively. I wrote my review from the standpoint of a music lover with limited funds to spend, already possessing a previous version of this release. Sorry you don't like it or agree.


Say something nice or don't say anything at all is often a good thing to go by. (I stand by my review as being balanced and explaining enough so that anyone that read it could distinguish my situation and opinions from theirs. I see no hate or spite in it.) I say take it a step further and amend the forum rules to say that no negative comments will be allowed in the review section if it bothers you that much or if it is too personally dear. I am sorry if a "non-rabid fan" review has personally offended you, or perhaps if it struck the wrong chord at a vulnerable time in your life.


and yes, believe it or not, i did pick it up as kind of an afterthought. i don't check ebay much (too tempting to buy too much stuff). sometimes after i select something non-musical to buy i think "what if" and check for music i haven't checked on in awhile. i also got a 77's "More Miserable" cassette ultra cheap this way and i'm sure glad i didn't pay big bucks for the rare CD because i have enough Roe that i wouldn't have felt justified in the expense for adding that extra sliver of his catalog to my collection. is that negative or bad? i think it is just reality.
Thread: DA - Darn Floor Big Bite 20th Anniversary
Mountain Fan

Replies: 137
Views: 108,085
01-28-2010 15:34 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


Hey dudes ... I gave DFBB my honest evaluation after I finally got it. My opinions are my own and included both positive and negative points.

Did I say I didn't like it overall?! Or is that your current opinion of me talking?! My basic recommendation is "buy it now while you can get it retail before the price goes up again".

Go back and look at what I actually wrote. Roll Eyes
Thread: "I Love You #19" Question
Mountain Fan

Replies: 7
Views: 6,644
01-07-2010 11:52 Forum: General Discussion


terry actually wrote it when he was 19
Thread: "I Love You #19" Question
Mountain Fan

Replies: 7
Views: 6,644
01-06-2010 15:46 Forum: General Discussion


what is the meaning of rainy day women #12 & 35 ?
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