Back from Camp COPPERHEAD

I'm giving away! “Fly Toward the Light,” which I completed in 2004 and recorded in 2007. "Fly" is a complete break from my earlier work, which shared many of the predilections of the 19th century French Parnassians. In “Fly” I contrast the image of the underpaid mojados, Manuel and Nacho with the privileged world of the chiropractor Jim, who of course represents my mother or a snake. 
“A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines” Ralph Emerson.

Just back from Camp Copperhead in the Catskills, 4 nights of great food and music, days of study with Steve and the two facilitators Caroline and Kieran. I've put up FREE a selection of my biggest hit on the first page of my site. At Camp Copperhead last week,  I was one of over 100 singer/songwriters who studied with Steve Earle in the Catskills near Woodstock. It's a cool area, the weather was great, the vibe was Woodstock Nation 2015, and i felt very strongly,that I was of that generation. Which brings a responsibility. So I must work hard this weekend. 

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  • Ozone Pete

    Ozone Pete Western williwags of Machu-chusetts

    Crabmeat, Is that what we were supposed to be pursuing?? I had thought it was a conference on pet grooming and earthworm hygiene! ;o) --- I must learn to pay better attention, mustn't I? Thanks for the free selection; your preamble was as fun as the tune itself, in my very humble opinion. All the Bestest to you!

    Crabmeat,
    Is that what we were supposed to be pursuing??
    I had thought it was a conference on pet grooming and earthworm hygiene! ;o)
    --- I must learn to pay better attention, mustn't I?

    Thanks for the free selection; your preamble was as fun as the tune itself, in my very humble opinion.

    All the Bestest to you!

  • CRABMEAT Thompson

    CRABMEAT Thompson

    Check out Ozone Pete for some intelligent driving rock with a bluesy organ-driven edginess reminiscent of Steve Earle's Terraplane.

    Check out Ozone Pete for some intelligent driving rock with a bluesy organ-driven edginess reminiscent of Steve Earle's Terraplane.

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