Collecting Pool Dan D'Ambrosia : Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Computer Programming, Vocals Glen Washington : Vocals, Keyboards
And I Love Her by The Beatles.
Too many to list, but I guess I'd have to say Pink Floyd, early Blue Oyster Cult, Radiohead, David Bowie and Peter Gabriel. Depeche Mode, Soul Coughing, Primus, Tool and Soundgarden are up there for the honorable mention. Look on my list of influences to see just a few of the artists that are important to me.
Life itself. The universe. Those who are special to me and those that I love. Everyday life experiences. The faults and failures of mankind. Relationships.
Open your eyes.
Never was comfortable.
Hmmm. That's a loaded question. I'm not sure there's many musicians that have a firm grip on reality, otherwise why become a musician. There's always room to improve. For anyone. Musicians are the best communicators on a mass level, the worst at a personal level.
The more I use it, the more I love it. There's plenty to get from it. Some people love to say whats on their minds or discuss things that affect them. Or some folks love the services offered. Plenty of folks love to upload their music and showcase it. Other people like the charts, it's a fun way to gauge popularity within the site though personally, I don't really put too much into in it. Music is ultra subjective, not every musician has the same tastes. Finally, I love watching the site grow. I can tell there's a great deal of hard work involved and good decision making. DD 3/28/2019
A few things. For one, the use of genres to define a writer. Kind of a what came first, the chicken or the egg thing. Instead of being a slave to genre's, why not do what's in your heart and make your own genre. Make the genre be your slave. Diversify. Be original. That is unless you wish to do covers, which there's nothing wrong with that.
Not as much as I used to.
The Sandman's Orchestra, Soundtrack Music