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Jims Artificial Earth
Re: Open Your Eyes
11/23/14 11:46:18AM
By: Jims Artificial...

Rusty, you got me playing this thing every week. I love one! Peace, Jim

kitmann
Re: 3 steps ahead of...
11/23/14 10:15:01AM
By: kitmann

Joseph and Toni, I really want to thank you from all of us. I'm really proud of this song. Toni you are right. The organ, and bass line really pull at your heart. And the way Bill did his vocals...

Rusty James-Tsargoth
Re: Open Your Eyes
11/23/14 09:07:57AM
By: Rusty James-TSARGOTH

Hello? Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home??? Comments on this one would be greatly appreciated !

Rusty James-Tsargoth
Re: Things We Said...
11/23/14 09:05:22AM
By: Rusty James-TSARGOTH

Thanks Farrell. This one was a "test drive"; first of my songs that I actually played drums and upright bass on, and the first song that I ever tried to record using software and a computer instead...

josephrodz
Re: 3 steps ahead of...
11/23/14 08:13:55AM
By: Josephrodz

Yes! A song that fit to a movie and a great line-up of musicians that knows how to rock 'n roll!

Barefoot Baroness
Re: 3 steps ahead of...
11/23/14 06:54:15AM
By: Barefoot Music

Fantastic blues style storytelling in it's genuineness lyrically and with Bill's vocals that bring a raw edge to the tune perfectly. The bass line is a magnet immediately, and I especially love how...

kitmann
Re: 3 steps ahead of...
11/22/14 10:15:32PM
By: kitmann

Thank you so much Doug. I have never recorded with artist as good as Doc, TV and David C. This was so much fun to see come together.

Doug Dickens
Re: 3 steps ahead of...
11/22/14 09:14:25PM
By: Doug Dickens

Great collab guys .... the tune certainly lends itself to a compliment of souls.

truevulgarian
Re: Johnny Squirrel &...
11/21/14 02:02:15PM
By: The TrueVulgarians

Those chipmunks have it going on! David Seville, eat your heart out! I'll have to find out the inspiration for this one... very entertaining... lol

mikestrat664
Re: Who Stole Your Song
11/20/14 09:39:55PM
By: mikestrat664

My name is Michael Paul Stratton, and I am a funny hip hop music artist, please check out my funny songs for laughs, and giggles!

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By Josephrodz
11/19/14
Tag: News

CAGED Guitar System

The CAGED guitar system can be very useful to help you find your way around the fretboard. The idea is based on the relationship between common major chord and major scale shapes. It is also a very useful method for visualising chord tones across the neck of the guitar. If you can easily find the notes on the fifth and sixth strings of the guitar then all it takes is a bit of practice with the CAGED system and you will be able to find any major chord tone very easily anywhere on the neck. There are two main things you need to learn. The first is the order of the chords always remains in the same sequence C A G E D starting from the C or if you were starting from the G then the order would be G E D C A because after the D chord it starts over again from the C. This makes more sense when you can see it in diagram form as shown below.



Study the picture above and note how the five chord patterns overlap with each other. Once you get used to visualising the CAGED chords across the neck like this you will find chord tones very easy. Don’t forget the order stays the same, G will always overlap with E etc. The next picture shows the same CAGED sequence starting from a different place to give you the idea.



The CAGED system also helps us with playing the major scales. As you have seen in the example above it’s quite easy to get used to the finding the chord tones anywhere on the neck as long as you can quickly find the root notes on the guitar strings. When you learn the major scale positions for the guitar it is a lot to have to remember. This gets even harder when you have to think about these positions in twelve different keys. By combining the major scales with the CAGED sequence of chords this task becomes much easier. By getting used to the relationship between the chords and the scales you will start to realise that remembering these scale positions and being able to find them in any key becomes a lot easier. Study the diagrams below and practice playing with these chord shapes and scales across the fretboard. It might seem a lot of work at first but you will get used to it quite quickly. The CAGED guitar system is a great method to help you find your way around the neck so keep at it and in a few months you should playing the guitar without thinking.

By Admin
11/11/14
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Gerry Mancuso - Mixposure.com Song of the Week!

Gerry Mancuso - Mixposure.com Song of the Week! Congrats to Gerry for having the Mixposure.com Song of the Week! Please have a listen below and let Gerry know what  you think of this song!
 


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Gerry Mancuso is a song writer, lead guitarist, and guitar teacher whose music cannot be easily encapsulated in one or two words. Fast, slow, heavy, soft; think of all the opposites you want, list them, and then consider that a rough description of the musical artist who is set to turn the music scene on its ear with such profoundly unique stylings. Mancuso's drive, fueled by sheer talent, has resulted in some of the most stellar songwriting you're apt to hear. Original yet accessible, entertaining but also smart and with a message for the soul; Mancuso writes songs for whom even the sky is no limit.  With the songs Mancuso writes, it's easy to believe he has a divine mandate - and that he will accomplish it.


 


Gerry's solo albums are now available on iTunes, including his latest studio recording "Mystic Visions."  To pick up your copies, visit the links below, or just search "Gerry Mancuso" at the iTunes store!

By Admin
11/03/14
Tag: News

Song of the Week - Lodato - Heart on the Line!

Song of the Week - Lodato - Heart on the Line! Have a listen to Lodato's Heart on the Line! This is the Mixposure.com Song of the Week!




By Admin
11/03/14
Tag: News

Thank You!

We just wanted to thank everyone who submitted Halloween Songs. They were fantastic and I personally enjoyed listening to all of them! A great time was had by all who attended the radio show! 

Now that Halloween is over, that brings us to the next Mixposure Song Submission project and that is the Holiday Song Submissions! So keep this in mind when you are writing your next tune!

Todd
 
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Barefoot Rock n Blues on Sunday


By Barefoot Baroness , 2014-11-22

Barefoot Rock n Blues this Sunday I'll be spinning some of THIS Barefoot Lady's favorite Indie Artist's from the pages of Mixposure's artist's. I'm planning in late December on doing a "Barefoot's 2014 Top 30 Tracks" from my past show's.
Join me Sunday to hear who made this week's play list. 8 pm eastern

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By kitmann
11/22/14
Tag: New Collab, 3 steps ahed of the Devil-Kit Mann, Doc David Deal, Bill-TrueVulgarians, David Coonrod

New Collab: 3 steps ahead of the Devil-Kit Mann, Doc David Deal, Bill-TrueVulgarians, David Coonrod

New Collab-3 steps ahead of the Devil-Kit Mann, Doc David Deal, Bill-TrueVulgarians, David Coonrod.

Hey everyone I want to introduce you to a new blues song collab with all the above aritst.  This song started and was recorded as an instrumental.  I had always wanted to add lyrics to it so I looked for help.  Because I was so brain dead I couldn't even come up with a subject matter for the song.  I ended up going into my folder of junk songs and incomplete songs, and songs I never wrote music to.  When I came across 3 steps ahead of the Devil I listened to the guitar track that I recorded and the chorus in my lyrics fit the music.  So I took it out and change some lyrics.  I recorded I Know with Doc Deal so I asked him if he would help and he said yes.  And since I heard the TrueVulgarians music when I first came to mixpouser I have wanted to record a song with Bill ever since.  Well I sent the guitar track to Doc and Bill. and the lyrics.  I told Bill he could change anything in the lyrics as he needed.  When he sent the lyrics back they were 100 Fold better than what I just wrote.  Doc needed to know the BPM for the song, funny thing is I wrote down everything but I could not read what I wrote down.  It was either 72 or 74 bpm.  I even asked Karen if she could read it and she couldn't. Doc wrote me back laughing saying it was 72bpm.  Well Doc recorded a drum track and organ and mixed it with my guitar track.  I then sent the music to Bill and he did his vocals.  When they came back I was simply floored.  The way Bill approached the song, and the way he projected his vocals was amazeing. Then we sent it all back to Doc.  Doc did a mix and he had asked David Coonrod-Fender Bender, if he was available for bass and he said he was all in.  Today when Doc sent the final mix to me I was just floored.  Every person involved took the song and made it a part of them.  The emotions that the guitar, the organ and bass produce, just magnifies the lyrics, and the way Bill sings the song brings to the listener the pain, sorrow, and fear of the man in the song.  In the song a man trys to stay just 3 steps ahead of the Devil for a crime he commited when he was young, just trying to feed his family.  He prays to God because he does not want to go to hell.  I have never worked with any artist in all my recordings that are as good and passionate about what they are doing with music as Doc Deal, Bill-TrueVulgarians, and David Coonrod.  I am so very honored that they all helped with this project and I hope that you listeners enjoy the song as much as we do.  Thank you
Kit Mann
By Doug Dickens
11/18/14
Tag: Show

Nothin' But the Blues

Tonight on Nothin' But the Blues, Michael Harrison returns for some music and high jinks.  Grammy winner, Michael has so many stories from the road that he will make you head swim.  Join us at 8 PM EST
By Michael Stone
11/15/14
Tag: New Music

STRANGER uploaded-updated

A BIG thank you for the feedback I received from members here on Stranger">Stranger. It has helped me to improve on this song.  Another update to follow I'm sure, but here's my latest work on this project.



This is about the umpteenth time I've tried to get this song produced the way "I" the writer want it. I think I'm getting close to my vision. Written in 1980 now with a 2014 feel (I think)



Don't lose track of those you care about. Bottom line on this song.

Still more work to be done, but getting close. Any thoughts are appreciated as always.
Stranger



~Michael~



 

By Vig Wig
11/19/14
Tag: Show

Vig's Place tonight at 7 PM EST

Vig's Place tonight at 7 PM EST

DJ Vigwwig is on the air Wednesdays at 7 pm Eastern time.  He plays almost anything and some of his own.  He is not limited to any one genre, but hip hop and rap should include a warning when there are explicit lyrics or a green light when there are no explicit words in your song otherwise I will assume there are explicit words and won't play your rap or hip hop songs.  I will make an effort usually to play requests but due to band widths on my end and programs running simultaneously, I can rarely download a track while on the air.  By the same token, I have difficulty opening email to pick up a new tune while on the air.  I do have a vault of over 1,500 tracks so I might already have it and this is the best case scenario for playing a request while on the air.  I am very accommodating :-)



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If you have a nickname I don't remember or recognize, be aware that I will ask you point blank who you are; if you have a page at the Mixposure site or if you are just a passing shepherd or idle person waiting for the bus.  Water is free from the cash bar and ice will run you 75 cents unless it comes with a drink.  Pickled eggs are for paying customers only and worms in your drinks are extra.



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