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Re: ROSE The Album
07/24/14 09:11:25PM
By: David C Deal

Just one listen so too much to take in. I know I loved the vocals at roughly 14 and 17 also. The production is spectacular as always for your work abyss. Again, the work is too much to take in at...

Paul Stokes
Re: illuminite
07/23/14 01:59:00PM
By: Paul Stokes

Just got to the harmonica about two thirds of the way through. Awesome, just where it needs to be and it comes back in so sweetly. Great production also.

Paul Stokes
Re: illuminite
07/23/14 01:57:23PM
By: Paul Stokes

This is a really beautiful song, its construction, delivery, choice of key, everything, and the change in pace works brilliantly. Love it.

Paul Stokes
Re: Bit of This, Bit...
07/23/14 01:55:27PM
By: Paul Stokes

lovely stuff, like the hold off on the percussion. When it does come in it builds into the tune really well. Great tune.

Paul Stokes
Re: No Pain
07/23/14 01:53:38PM
By: Paul Stokes

Another great tune, love the syncopation between percussion and acoustic guitar. Great vocal arrangement and dynamics. The repeated riff works really well too.

Paul Stokes
Re: Long Dog
07/23/14 01:51:48PM
By: Paul Stokes

Cracking tune, had me on the intro. Really well arranged and vocally its very strong. Great production too. Its just such a great tune.

Re: Seven
07/23/14 10:55:54AM
By: matt tyson

Hi David, thanks for giving "Seven" a spin. hope you find time to check out some of the other music. mt

Re: Seven
07/22/14 09:49:30PM
By: David C Deal

When I saw my bud Dave liked your song I wanted to check myself. He has impeccable taste! Really fine progressive structure with just enough musically driven changes to enrapt my attention. (I made...

Re: Seven
07/22/14 07:17:13PM
By: matt tyson

Hey Dave, thanks for the nice comment. hope you may enjoy some of the other tracks. I'll stop by and check out some of your music soon.

Fender Bender
Re: Seven
07/22/14 05:11:43PM
By: Dave Coonrod aka...

This is brilliant! Will be back for more of your 13 tracks.

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  » News
01/09/14 08:00:00PM
By: Admin Posted in: News


As many of you know, Mike Foster from Avalanche passed away in June of 2013. Mike was a dear friend to many of the Mixposure family and he will always be missed.

David Pendragon spent a lot of time with Mike and was putting together a documentary of the band Avalanche. David sent me the below and I was quite pleased when I read it. Below is what he sent me.

.....The link is not at this stage released to Youtube however the URL supplied here will allow Mixposure members to see the show [for free!] I know Michael would have wanted his friends here to have the opportunity to see what he had been working on in the last few months of his life so here it is.  Its a very high quality production and would look good on the home page I think. Could you PLEASE remind folks to hit the HD button at Youtube to play it back in 720p. AVALANCHE HARD ROCK DOCUMENTARY">AVALANCHE HARD ROCK DOCUMENTARY

So with that, I am very pleased to share this with everyone on Mixposure. 

John R. Kennedy
01/31/14 06:28:12PM @john-r-kennedy:
This video is an expression of true love for ones country and the people who help to keep it safe and of those not afraid to express their thoughts and opinions, through music and lyrics. Michael was just one such person that was able to pull it off with dignity. He may not have mad the big band scene, but he truly was bigger than life of many bands out there today. Thank you Michael for your devotion to your beliefs, you will be missed.

Thank you Mixposure for the link to a beautiful piece of work.

Peace and Blessings to all, John
mac charles
01/15/14 11:18:24PM @mac-charles:
This is a well done piece of work, I'm glad I was able to see it and I thank you for posting. I knew Mike, avalanche and their music through another site......I feel as though they have been given a tiny bit of their due with this documentary, a step in the right direction.
2012 BC
01/11/14 06:32:56PM @2012-bc:
This is the best thing I have watched in quite some time...hats off to David Pendragon for capturing the true awesome power of this group of hellafied musicians.....another testimony to the power of music.....thanks for posting this!
01/10/14 11:16:56AM @josephrodz:
Awesome & thanks for the link!
01/10/14 01:11:25AM @gene-smith:
Best 49 minutes I have spent in quite some time. Awesome.
Farrell Jackson
01/10/14 12:36:15AM @farrell-jackson:
Thanks for posting up the link to this documentary about Avalanche Dazed! It was a well spent 48 minutes of understanding Avalanche. David Pendragon did an exceptional job of capturing the life of the band with Michael Foster's drive and motivations. They were a rock band of rock bands....RIP Mike.

Farrell Jackson