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Thread: Terry's new solo album
wayneb

Replies: 19
Views: 16,374
04-29-2022 18:34 Forum: Upcoming Releases


Fantastic! I too, am waiting for album and T-Shirt. Do you get a tracking email or do we just wait until it arrives?
Thread: whats DAs best CLOSING track?
wayneb

Replies: 60
Views: 57,429
04-26-2022 18:16 Forum: General Discussion


I found this thread because yesterday's "birthdays" section had someone who was an actual member who posted stuff (his age was a giveaway) and that had been the last thread he posted on! Because it was an interesting topic that I had missed the first time around, I thought it might be worth resurrecting.

I like your thoughts there, Jimmy. "Dig here..." is such a strong album, and sits right up near the top of my DA faves (which still do change as I re-listen to them). Anyone else want to share their thoughts here?
Thread: whats DAs best CLOSING track?
wayneb

Replies: 60
Views: 57,429
04-25-2022 16:43 Forum: General Discussion


To the top!

For me, it is SANCTUARY.
(Beautiful One is pretty high up there though).
Thread: Thoughts on "A Briefing for the Ascent"
wayneb

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Views: 794
04-08-2022 20:35 Forum: General Discussion


Some profound thoughts here. I originally got this album on a tape that a friend had recorded from the LP, as it was never released here in New Zealand as far as I was aware.
I now have the CD version as well. "Knowledge" is a special album for me (I actually have 2 copies on vinyl and one CD) and like you, I was a bit disappointed by "Briefing" initially.
The songs just grow on you, though. Now I really love it even though it's played less than other TST solo albums.
Thread: A Briefing For The Ascent (CD vs LP)
wayneb

Replies: 21
Views: 21,231
03-25-2022 18:05 Forum: General Discussion


Interesting. I have the original vinyl and also the CD. Somewhere, I also have a cassette copy that a friend sent me so I could hear the album before I bought it. Will have to check this out. I know that there is a Bandcamp version of "Knowledge and Innocence" which has extra stuff on it - is there one of "Briefing"?
Thread: Tim Chandler
wayneb

Replies: 68
Views: 95,518
03-09-2022 02:36 Forum: General Discussion


Thanks guys. You are awesome!
Thread: Tim Chandler
wayneb

Replies: 68
Views: 95,518
03-06-2022 23:32 Forum: General Discussion


Jimmy, Tim was the only member of DA that I ever saw play live. (Phil Keaggy/Randy Stonehill Band) In one of the online chats I made some comments about the poor bass sound in that concert and he gave a great reply!
That, and a couple of other online interactions made him the one member that I felt that I "knew" a little. Since that time I have Jerry as a Facebook friend, which has been great, but like you, I long to meet him face to face one day.....
Hope things are going better for you. Things are not so great for me as well. Day to day.
Thread: Terry's new solo album
wayneb

Replies: 19
Views: 16,374
01-11-2022 22:45 Forum: Upcoming Releases


I hadn't realised that it was his last thread.....but the fact that he got to hear the album is great but bittersweet.
Thread: Terry's new solo album
wayneb

Replies: 19
Views: 16,374
11-15-2021 03:09 Forum: Upcoming Releases


That's a great podcast to listen to. It gives such a good background to the songs and the recording of them. I am still working through the download of the new album - many gems to discover yet. As others have commented, the best albums are often those that take a while to get into...until they grab you!
Thread: Bibleland Appreciation Thread
wayneb

Replies: 157
Views: 197,907
10-26-2021 18:09 Forum: General Discussion


Yes, I agree. It has meant that I can look through my DA/Terry etc collection and pick stuff out that will speak to me in whatever situation I am in at the time.
Today I listened to the Live CD from the 1979 Calvary Chapel show...
Thread: Steve Baxter Music
wayneb

Replies: 1
Views: 2,761
10-26-2021 18:05 Forum: General Discussion


I have listened to most of them all as they were posted. A talented man. I would have loved to see an album from him...
Thread: It's All About YOU....
wayneb

Replies: 194
Views: 447,692
08-30-2021 17:58 Forum: General Discussion


Yeah, sorry to use the NZ term for it. Most teachers here know the "Substitute Teacher" video clip by Key and Peele, so I should have used that term. That clip was used here for teacher education in why it is so important to pronounce student's names correctly....
Thread: It's All About YOU....
wayneb

Replies: 194
Views: 447,692
08-29-2021 18:48 Forum: General Discussion


December 1989? It's hard for me to remember exactly, but I was getting ready to change jobs. I had spent 10 years at my first school as a teacher and had resigned and was living on Relief Teaching plus income from signwriting, while surfing, playing in a band, doing some recording and a little bit of my own Art.
Not enough to pay the bills though, so I had just accepted a job offer at another school 25 minutes North of me....located on a beach that actually had surfable waves occasionally!
I would have flown or driven South that year to visit my parents, so was probably trout fishing and enjoying having my meals cooked for me. It was the end of a really life-changing 10 years and the beginning of a 5 year period that was also creative, challenging and exciting. I still visit that area today when I can, to see the great friends I made and the amazing coastal landscape.
Thread: It's All About YOU....
wayneb

Replies: 194
Views: 447,692
08-29-2021 03:12 Forum: General Discussion


Hi Jimmy, pretty much but with less milk than a latte. It's a decent size cup but not sure what to compare it to. The last coffee I bought in the US was a Starbucks (20 years ago) and it was, ah, not very nice!
Thread: It's All About YOU....
wayneb

Replies: 194
Views: 447,692
08-23-2021 20:31 Forum: General Discussion


I revive the thread, then look back to see what I put there back in the day....and found NOTHING! So, here goes:


Name: Wayne Barnett
Birthday: 1957
Birthplace: Gore, New Zealand
Current Location: Hamilton, New Zealand
Current Occupation: Art Teacher
Dream Occupation: Famous artist or musician
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown (on the sides and bald on the top)
Height: 5'7"
Right Handed or Left Handed: Right
Your Heritage: Scots/English
Your Biggest Weakness: Procrastination
Your Fears: Covid, Delta variant right now
The Perfect Pizza: Lots of meat, a few veges and thick crust
Goal You Would Like To Achieve This Year: Stay married
Your Most Overused Phrase or word: Silence when you speak to me!
Morning person or Night Owl: Night Owl
Your Best Physical Feature: Deltoids
Your Most Missed Memory: Surfing Shipwreck Bay at 4 foot and glassy.
Pepsi or Coke: Coke
Favorite Fast Food: KFC
Can You Cook: Adequately
Chocolate or Vanilla: Chocolate
Cappuccino or Coffee: Coffee - what we call a "Flat White" here
Three Stooges, Abbot and Costello or the Marx Brothers: Marx Brothers
Number of hours that you normally watch TV in a single day: 1 -2 normally. Pandemic time - who knows?
Favorite type of movie: SF or Fantasy
Letterman or Leno: Letterman
Do you Smoke: No
Do you Sing: Yes
Do you Dance: Badly and as little as possible
Most unusual talent: I can (could) surf standing on my head
You like to regularly challenge yourself by: Ignoring this sort of question
Do you get Motion Sickness: no
Are you a Health Freak: Nope
Do/did you get along with your Parents: Yes, pretty well.
Do you like Thunderstorms: I don't mind them
Do you play an Instrument: Yes. Drums.
Have you ever Stolen Anything: Ah, yes.
Have You Ever been Beaten up: No
What do you want to be when you Grow Up: Taller
What country would you most like to Visit: Scotland
Number of CDs I own: roughly 250
Number of Piercings: none
Number of Tattoos: none
Number of Message Board Alliases: Only this one
The Greatest Rock Band in History Is: Daniel Amos but the Beatles are pretty good too...
The Album I Wore Out Growing Up Was: Space Oddity
Thread: Terry's new solo album
wayneb

Replies: 19
Views: 16,374
08-23-2021 20:01 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by Jimmy Brown
I saw the album cover for this today. I'm liking it a lot.


Yes, it looked really nice. I don't mind the waiting...
Thread: It's All About YOU....
wayneb

Replies: 194
Views: 447,692
08-21-2021 19:00 Forum: General Discussion


Time to un-stall this thread! Anyone else want to contribute?
Thread: Hi from a Newbie & Fearful Symmetry Question
wayneb

Replies: 20
Views: 19,392
08-05-2021 01:12 Forum: General Discussion


It's nearly here though! I can't wait (but will have to wait and a lot longer than most of you because I live on the other side of the world....) Oh, for a "Hole In The World" that could speed up postage!
Thread: It's Ed's Birthday!
wayneb

Replies: 10
Views: 23,367
07-12-2021 17:35 Forum: General Discussion


Amen!
Thread: Happy Birthday, Greg Flesch!
wayneb

Replies: 1
Views: 4,316
06-06-2021 23:55 Forum: General Discussion


Now it's happy BELATED birthday, Greg!
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