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A Basis for Basses: 1
A Blast From The Past: 4
A Bluesy Rocker from the garage days: 1
A Classic Led Zeppelin Song: 1
A Dark Day: 1
A Farrell Jackson acoustic song with Buddrumming's drums!: 1
A Farrell Jackson classic rock song with Bud's drums!: 2
A Golden Oldie: 1
A Holiday Song 2012: 1
A little classic, southern, and power pop rock in the melting pot.: 1
A little Southern Rock: 1
A new Farrell Jackson song - Pardon My Dust: 1
A new old song: 1
A new song - San Francisco Daze: 1
A new song from Lorne and Farrell: 1
A song for Mix2014SongwritingMusicAward: 1
A song from my dark side: 1
A spinning blast from the past: 1
A Thank You Reply: 1
Another Year: 1
At last a new song!: 1
August 2012 Mix Site Song: 1
Bird In The Hand (Farrell and DrC): 1
C.M.C. 2012 Song: 1
Collaboration with friends: 5
Farrell Jackson - Live and Unplugged: 1
Groups: 1
Happy Thanksgiving: 1
Help Me Girl - The Animals: 1
It Was A Trip and Alerro used in an Audio Book: 1
Livin' Dangerously ( Jeremy Acker Dobro): 1
Micposure DJ's Rock!: 1
Million Mile Room: 1
Modern Blues: 1
New song, Sancturay Bay: 1
November 2017 AOTM: 1
OCR Rock Song: 1
Old but New again: 1
PC Blues: 1
Put My Ashes In The F-Hole: 1
Real drums added: 1
Remixed/mastered: 1
RIP Marty Balin of Jefferson Airplane: 1
Second Course: 1
Seed of a Tumbleweed (with DrC): 1
Seeking Knowledge : 1
Song Reviews: 1
SSTM Voice In The Distance: 1
T.G.I.F. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!: 1
The Man You Once Knew (Frank Northcutt - Drums): 1
Twang Is The Thang song: 1
Oxy-Moron new song from Lorne Reid and Farrell Jackson

Here's the latest song collaboration from Lorne and I. It's called Oxy-Moron. Just having had a complete knee placement 5 weeks ago and relying on Oxycodone to help ease the pain, is the inspiration for the lyric. There's currently a huge Opioid abuse crisis in the U.S. A lot stems from Doctor's over prescribing those lovely pills. I can see how one could get hooked but fortunately I'm done with them. I've used as many oxymoron-isms in the lyric as I could while still making a sensible story line. This is my small way of bringing some attention to the problem.

Oxy-MOron (feat. Farrell Jackson)

Credits: Lorne Reid - Guitar and drums. Farrell - All vocals and bass.

RIP Marty Balin of Jefferson Airplane

By Farrell Jackson, 2018-09-29
RIP Marty Balin of Jefferson Airplane

It's a real bummer to hear of Marty Balin's passing at 76 years old..........The Jefferson Airplane, Marty and the S.F. music scene were very influential on my early musical development. I still listen to Surrealistic Pillow to this day. I saw them in concert at The Fillmore West in the 70's. Marty and the band definitely lived by the rock mantra of "Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n Roll". RIP in the great psychedelic sky Marty..........

The memory of Jefferson Airplane in concert was the catalyst for my song San Francisco Daze.  Here's one for you...RIP Marty.
San Francisco Daze


November 2017 AOTM

By Farrell Jackson, 2017-11-04
November 2017 AOTM

Thank you ErnE.....For the wonderful journey

Now the AOTM incoming......Is none other than Mr. Buddrumming!

Congratulations Bud!


Farrell Jackson

The reason I review songs

By Farrell Jackson, 2017-10-27

I've been thinking about the song reviews I do at Mixposure. If you've heard the songs I write and the collaborations I get involved with, you'll most likely agree that my interest in music styles and genres varies greatly. So it follows the same road when I choose songs to review. On average, I review approximately 1.1 songs a day according the Mixposure statistics that are shown on the Community/New Songs pages. That's not an extraordinary amount by no means but do know that I listen to many more songs than that.

If I hear something in a song I like then I'll leave a comment......if I don't, I won't. The comment/s might  be just a few words or a more detailed analysis of what I like about the song. I believe artists appreciate even a comment like "good song!". It let's them know someone is listening to their creativity and hard work it took to take a song from nothing and to the point of posting it up.

I suppose the real reason I'm writing this blog is to let you know if you get a comment from me, however slight, it's an honest comment. I'm not shining you on or trying to boost my review numbers. There's nothing to gain by doing that. I'm leaving the words because something in your song caught my ear, struck a note, and made me feel. I think/hope you would like to know your effort paid off and hasn't fallen by the wayside....even if it's just a micro encouragement from someone you don't even know.  

My ramble for this morning...............I need to back off the caffeine...........

Farrell Jackson


Rock N Roll Junkie (Farrell & Friends)

By Farrell Jackson, 2017-04-05
Rock N Roll Junkie (Farrell & Friends)

I found this disc in my archives.......I thought Rock N Roll Junkie was lost forever.

Song writing credits - Pine, Alain, Joe, and Farrell

Show and Tele Time

By Farrell Jackson, 2016-08-22
Show and Tele Time

This is a group to show off and discuss your Telecaster guitar. Just Telecasters seems a little restrictive so let's open it up to all things Fender related.  So feel free to jump in! Just click on the link below to become a member.



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Create an album option

By Farrell Jackson, 2016-08-17

I posted this question in the Forum section under "How To Create An Album". I'm not sure it was seen so I'm blogging it on the front page. Any advice appreciated.

"I was wondering if anyone has used the "create an album" function at Mixposure? I have 4 completed albums and working on #5 so I've been thinking about moving the respective songs into an album format instead of having them posted randomly. If anyone has done this, could you reply to this post with your thoughts? I'd also like to see how it worked on your page.  Thanks in advance!"

Farrell Jackson

One Tank of Gas

By Farrell Jackson, 2015-10-10
One Tank of Gas

Cooter sent me a private message while in the chat room at Mixposure Radio to see if I was interested in creating music for some words he had. The lyric was excellent so I went to work on the music. The song started to grow from there. As it progressed I realized it needed some help from musical friends  to reach the full potential I was hearing my head. David C. Deal did some fantastic work on the cello, violins, organ and piano. Buddrumming recording the perfect drum track and created a nice poster ad for it. The song is now complete and time to post up. A great collaboration and a huge thank you to all involved!

Farrell and Cooter


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