Mark and I met and had something in
common - electronic music. I had 2 keyboards and he had 14 hooked up and
ready to play. That was in 1987 - The rest is history to our small, but
loyal group of listeners. We have recorded with several people like all
bands - we never played in public - mostly on Wednesday nights after work.
My main thing is that
I never like to record or play the same song twice. Can you imagine doing
the Mona Lisa every night? With this in mind, we have stored over 100 -
90 minute tapes of original music. Like Ansel Adams, we only know 52 of
his famous photos and never see the thousands of out of focus, over
exposed poor photos. Like us, we could boil it down to 3 or 4 great CDs.
Not bad for 16 years of recording work.
I have traveled the world in search
of the truth. The music will take you to the Amazon, Egypt, China, Puget
Sound, the Kivas of the American Southwest in high tech love affairs,
float you down a river of your subconscious and chill you with World War
III. You'll spin a prayer wheel and fall in love in a tropical rainforest
- but don't worry, you'll end up in God's Country.