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Thread: Happy Birthday, Jerry Chamberlain!
NonProphet

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02-10-2011 14:47 Forum: General Discussion


"Yes" on the tour, "Not sure" on the studio recording.
Thread: Happy Birthday, Jerry Chamberlain!
NonProphet

Replies: 13
Views: 10,780
Happy Birthday, Jerry Chamberlain! 02-08-2011 20:18 Forum: General Discussion


Jerry's 59th birthday is coming up February 25th.
Anyone who wants to be in on a cool thing some of his friends are doing for him, send an e-mail to studio246@windstream.net
Thread: "Darkest Night" live cover...
NonProphet

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Views: 5,192
04-29-2010 11:50 Forum: General Discussion


Thanks, everyone.
Thread: "Darkest Night" live cover...
NonProphet

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Views: 5,192
"Darkest Night" live cover... 04-28-2010 09:31 Forum: General Discussion


If anyone's interested, I've posted a live recording of me and my daughters (and some very talented friends) performing The Dogs' "Darkest Night" for this year's Good Friday service.

Facebook's new policies about music uploads sort of scare me, especially when it comes to songs I didn't write. So instead of uploading the recording to my Facebook page, I've posted it here for download:

http://homepage.mac.com/broderson/Darkest.mp3

I especially liked the cello and muted trumpet (thanks, Patrick and Scott!)

Steve Broderson
Thread: Bibleland Appreciation Thread
NonProphet

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Views: 72,531
Bibleland & Motorcycle 03-12-2008 12:41 Forum: General Discussion


I missed this thread first time around. But my memory of Bibleland was pretty cool... I was working at Ichthus as a liaison for Lost Dogs and Terry had brought a cassette rough mix of Bibleland which he proceeded to play (loudly) for myself and a stranger in the back seat of the SUV. I remember thinking "This really rocks... hard." Turns out the stranger was Jerry Chamberlain, whom I got to hang out with most of the weekend. We're now good friends, and I believe the cut we heard that day was "Constance of the Universe" which remains one of my faves.

Motorcycle is VERY high on my DA list, though, because of the production value on it, and because of Jerry's input (notice the "with Jerry Chamberlain" production credit. I've always credited Jerry with balancing the "art rock" direction some DA can take with a Beatlesque pop/rock sensibility (I admit... I'm a power-pop junkie). Nowhere is his contribution more evident than Motorcycle. Don't get me wrong... I love Greg, and his playing compliments Jerry's very well.

But when Jerry and Terry work together in production (remember Doppelganger?), the result is always magical, IMHO.

Steve B.
Thread: R.I.P. Larry Norman
NonProphet

Replies: 116
Views: 73,940
R.I.P. Larry Norman 02-24-2008 19:14 Forum: General Discussion


Hi, fellow DAMBers.

Jerry Chamberlain just sent word that Larry Norman passed away today. No details yet, but I'd imagine his loved ones could use some prayers.

Steve Broderson
Thread: Vintage DA photos on Flickr.com
NonProphet

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Views: 5,285
Vintage DA photos on Flickr.com 11-29-2007 12:23 Forum: General Discussion


Hi, everyone:

Just found a nice collection of DA photos on Flickr.com. I'm not sure if you have to be a member to see them, but here's the link:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/imagineerin...57603046406350/

I never got to see that particular lineup of the band... these photos make me wish even more that I had.

Enjoy,

Broderson
Thread: Thin White Rope
NonProphet

Replies: 24
Views: 15,355
Government Cheese 05-04-2007 08:18 Forum: General Discussion


OK, back to "unheralded bands"...

Government Cheese was a band from Bowling Green, Kentucky that all of us at Western Ky University were all pulling for to go "big time" around 1986-89. Fun, rocking songs and a respectable following up and down the southeast US. They had lots of great original songs, but their show closer was a scorching cover of "People Who Died" (Jim Carroll Band).

Tommy Womack, singer and guitarist, has a blooming solo career down there in Nash now, and I uploaded some live footage to YouTube. Got to play with Billy Mack Hill, their bass player, a couple of shows. Great guys, and were called by some rock journalists "the best Athens GA band that wasn't from there."

Broderson
Thread: You Lay Down (for Good Friday)
NonProphet

Replies: 6
Views: 6,919
You Lay Down (for Good Friday) 04-06-2007 21:20 Forum: General Discussion


Hi, everyone:

I've posted an MP3 of Terry's "You Lay Down" that I just performed at our chruch's Good Friday service. We performed it while the sanctuary was draped in black and in almost total darkenss at the end of the service.

It's such a beautiful song, and I hope I did it some justice (and that Uncle Terry is OK with me posting it for the DA faithful)

It's at my download page here:

http://homepage.mac.com/broderson/FileSharing37.html

Steve B.
Thread: My new jobggk!
NonProphet

Replies: 82
Views: 43,955
Eddies song 01-26-2007 13:47 Forum: General Discussion


I agree... this needs to be an Eddies song. Of course, to give it a "Christian" angle, you'd have to change it to "My Pants Are On Fire (For The Lord)

Big Grin
Thread: Horrendous Disc Re-release
NonProphet

Replies: 74
Views: 38,069
Shotgun Angel snafus... 12-28-2006 10:02 Forum: General Discussion


...let's not forget the misspelling of Jerry Chamberlain's name on the bonus disc.

He's listed as "Jerry Chamberland"

oops! Shocked
Thread: Rare footage of Berger's dad...?
NonProphet

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Views: 8,302
Rare footage of Berger's dad...? 12-09-2006 17:41 Forum: General Discussion


Hang on 'til the bass solo, and you be the judge. Looks pretty Berger-y to me, except that this guy doesn't randomly leap into the air and land flat on his back..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSEedOH0l...related&search=

broderson
Thread: ???
NonProphet

Replies: 30
Views: 24,505
Re: ??? 07-27-2006 10:45 Forum: General Discussion


Do what I do. Have a shot of Windex and listen to side one of Rush's "2112" until you see a big red star appear on your wall. Usually does it for me.

Steve
Thread: 77's DVD news update
NonProphet

Replies: 20
Views: 16,609
Got mine yesterday! 07-11-2006 12:31 Forum: General Discussion


I got this in the mail yesterday! An absolute treasure for any 7s fan. Some highlights for me:
1) finally seeing the "Mercy Mercy" video on something besides an ancient, oxide-depleted VHS tape
2) seeing the other Exit Records artists make brief appearances in their TV special (Steve "Grilled Fish" Griffith especially)
3) Pat Boone's HILARIOUSLY square introduction of the 7s on his "Gospel Gold" show.
4) "It's So Sad" from the Ichthus festival, 1985... I was in the front row of that show.

Anyway, there's plenty more reasons to own this collection. That's just the first 4 I could think of. A heartfelt "Great job" to everyone involved in its production.

P.S. Why does this message board change the word "S-A-D" to "Melancholy?" automatically?
Thread: Lost Dogs Fan Tribute
NonProphet

Replies: 259
Views: 127,956
quiet but here... 06-26-2006 14:00 Forum: General Discussion


Hey, Woggy, Bereal and friends:

Thanks for your comments on my "Bullet Train" rough mix. The final version will feature a guitar solo by guitar genius "Delta" Dave Salsman and possibly a B-3 organ.

I don't always post, but I do check the boards regularly. DA fan since "Alarma" and early adopter of the other Dogs' music as well.

Hey, I just re-read the first line of this post... Maybe the tribute can be called "Ruf Mix"... get it? Ruf...? Dogs...? Anybody...?

Rock on,

Steve Broderson
Thread: Friday again!
NonProphet

Replies: 75
Views: 42,200
03-16-2006 15:07 Forum: General Discussion


...or the newly-installed "Brokeback Fountain..." Shocked
Thread: Friday again!
NonProphet

Replies: 75
Views: 42,200
Howdy, Tim 03-16-2006 15:00 Forum: General Discussion


Steve Broderson here. How's the Nash?

I'll probably be down there the 26th for the MuteMath CD release concert at Exit/In.

Maybe I can catch a glimpse of Chesney and Urban skipping through the park too...
Thread: How did you find DA?
NonProphet

Replies: 245
Views: 167,677
RE: Great minds...? 03-10-2006 18:14 Forum: General Discussion


OK, I suppose after my snarky first post I should do one for real.

My friend James came up to me in '82 raving about band called "Daniel Amos" he'd seen at the Ichthus festival. "In one of their songs, their guitar player played the part of a tidal wave," James explained, "and he kept bouncing up and down until he acually jumped off the stage!" (again this was '82 and things like that just didn't happen at Christian concerts in Kentucky).

He had also procured an 8-track tape called "Horrendous Disc," the opening guitar lick of which he had learned. I instantly demanded that he teach it to me too. We had to dub it to a cassette because, as the geezers on this board know, you can't rewind an 8-track to learn guitar licks.

That same year, on a youth choir trip, we found "Alarma" in a cutout bin of a Christian record store that obviously had no idea what to do with the newly-released record. We both bought copies (around $2.00 each, I believe) and absolutely devoured it.

Rock on, Jerry.
Thread: How did you find DA?
NonProphet

Replies: 245
Views: 167,677
Great minds...? 03-10-2006 07:53 Forum: General Discussion


I agree with the Commander. Not on this board!

I had a feeling someone else would have come up with the Beatles reference. I was just too lazy to read all 7 pages of posts...
Thread: How did you find DA?
NonProphet

Replies: 245
Views: 167,677
How did I find DA? 03-09-2006 16:06 Forum: General Discussion


Turned left at Greenland...

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