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Twilight Girl (the video) / Will Dockery
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Will Dockery
2015-11-03 14:20:48 UTC
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Thanks for listening again, Diane, and again, sorry that Reverbnation for some reason clips the tracks too soon, before the songs finish... may be a time or size thing.
Either way it wasn't my intention, so all apologies.
:D
There is an 8mb limit in size. I've had to recode some of my mp3s in 128bps instead of my preferred 192bps.
- nate
Hello Nate, yes, and no Reverbnation has begun enforcing that limit... they put "Twilight Girl" in a "Hidden" mode until I step up to one of their pay plans... I might now try loading it again at under 8mb, and since I do have a remixed/remastered version anyhow, now seems to be the right time.

Meanwhile, "Twilight Girl" can be found here:

Check out "Twilight Girl" by Will Dockery & Henry Conley - the video
http://www.reverbnation.com/open_graph/video/11602577
g***@hotmail.com
2015-11-03 17:14:19 UTC
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they put "Twilight Girl" in a "Hidden" mode
until I step up to one of their pay plans
That shouldn't stop it from being NUMBER ONE on
the hidden charts!!!!
Will Dockery
2015-11-14 08:42:01 UTC
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Jimmy wrote:

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.fan.david-bowie/A1U01IzuauA/iY__5BV_FAAJ
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
Wow, just found this, what a tour de force of a critique, Jimmy... brilliant at times in it's own right.

Thanks again, for listening and for the insight into what you did hear.
Hello Jimmy, here is one of my better ones, in my opinion... put me a UK
band together and if they will allow me a Passport, I'll ease on over for a
show.
No Bowie of course... buy what is?!?
:D
Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24647258-twilight-girl--will-dockery-henry?0
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've
seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The
song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss.
Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot
of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's
supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a
lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the
feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of
the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but
in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There
are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite
smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but
ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong
personality..."
no drigs, shaky hands from old age, vision blurred cause i need glasses,
jet
lagged, uninspiring performance
WHAT DID YOU EXPECT HUH?
i`ll get it right next time
now if you were playing glasgow...... it would all be so much different
i`m flying over the atlantic now hope i make it in time
`we should be on by now i look at my watch it says 9.15...we should be
on
by
now`
When you touring the uk lol?
no i take that back when you touring scotland?
ok enough ......when you touring glasgow?
i`ll come and film you i have a broadcast setup now
say yes now and then when you are big and famous i will hold you to it
lol
fuck thats a bit derogatory for all i know you are big and famous
already
duh!!!
what about you on vox dos on drums jamie on guitar
all we need is a bass player now we could ask gail?
where is dos does anyone know if he is still alive?
I wish you were here today, filming the Junk Fest...
Join The Shadowville All-Stars tonight at JunkFest - we go on at
9:15pm -
but there is music & fun all day so come out early and pace yourselves
for
us as we bring on the shadows and starry night.
:D
Check out "Over You" / Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24520685-over-you--will-dockery-brian-mallard?0
--
"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin

Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery - https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
Peter J Ross
2015-11-16 18:08:08 UTC
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In alt.arts.poetry.comments on Sat, 14 Nov 2015 00:42:01 -0800 (PST),
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Post by Will Dockery
Wow, just found this, what a tour de force of a critique, Jimmy...
You have no idea what a critique is, have you?
Post by Will Dockery
brilliant at times in it's own right.
You have no idea what apostrophes are for, have you?

<moronic, illiterate slurpage and self-slurpage snipped>
--
PJR :-)

τὸν οἰόμενον νόον ἔχειν ὁ νουθετέων ματαιοπονεῖ.
- Democritus
Will Dockery
2019-07-20 17:34:08 UTC
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https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.fan.david-bowie/A1U01IzuauA/iY__5BV_FAAJ
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
I'd forgotten that one, also... quite a poem in itself.
Post by Will Dockery
--
"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin
Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery - https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
Rod Riprock Jr.
2019-07-21 21:40:37 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.fan.david-bowie/A1U01IzuauA/iY__5BV_FAAJ
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
Wow, just found this, what a tour de force of a critique, Jimmy... brilliant at times in it's own right.
Thanks again, for listening and for the insight into what you did hear.
Hello Jimmy, here is one of my better ones, in my opinion... put me a UK
band together and if they will allow me a Passport, I'll ease on over for a
show.
No Bowie of course... buy what is?!?
:D
Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24647258-twilight-girl--will-dockery-henry?0
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've
seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The
song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss.
Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot
of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's
supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a
lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the
feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of
the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but
in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There
are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite
smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but
ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong
personality..."
no drigs, shaky hands from old age, vision blurred cause i need glasses,
jet
lagged, uninspiring performance
WHAT DID YOU EXPECT HUH?
i`ll get it right next time
now if you were playing glasgow...... it would all be so much different
i`m flying over the atlantic now hope i make it in time
`we should be on by now i look at my watch it says 9.15...we should be
on
by
now`
When you touring the uk lol?
no i take that back when you touring scotland?
ok enough ......when you touring glasgow?
i`ll come and film you i have a broadcast setup now
say yes now and then when you are big and famous i will hold you to it
lol
fuck thats a bit derogatory for all i know you are big and famous
already
duh!!!
what about you on vox dos on drums jamie on guitar
all we need is a bass player now we could ask gail?
where is dos does anyone know if he is still alive?
I wish you were here today, filming the Junk Fest...
Join The Shadowville All-Stars tonight at JunkFest - we go on at
9:15pm -
but there is music & fun all day so come out early and pace yourselves
for
us as we bring on the shadows and starry night.
:D
Check out "Over You" / Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24520685-over-you--will-dockery-brian-mallard?0
--
"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin
Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery - https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
Interesting read... a unique perspective....
Will Dockery
2019-07-22 16:03:45 UTC
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https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.fan.david-bowie/A1U01IzuauA/iY__5BV_FAAJ
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Post by Will Dockery
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
Wow, just found this, what a tour de force of a critique, Jimmy... brilliant at times in it's own right.
Thanks again, for listening and for the insight into what you did hear.
Hello Jimmy, here is one of my better ones, in my opinion... put me a UK
band together and if they will allow me a Passport, I'll ease on over for a
show.
No Bowie of course... buy what is?!?
:D
Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24647258-twilight-girl--will-dockery-henry?0
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've
seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The
song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss.
Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot
of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's
supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a
lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the
feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of
the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but
in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There
are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite
smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but
ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong
personality..."
no drigs, shaky hands from old age, vision blurred cause i need glasses,
jet
lagged, uninspiring performance
WHAT DID YOU EXPECT HUH?
i`ll get it right next time
now if you were playing glasgow...... it would all be so much different
i`m flying over the atlantic now hope i make it in time
`we should be on by now i look at my watch it says 9.15...we should be
on
by
now`
When you touring the uk lol?
no i take that back when you touring scotland?
ok enough ......when you touring glasgow?
i`ll come and film you i have a broadcast setup now
say yes now and then when you are big and famous i will hold you to it
lol
fuck thats a bit derogatory for all i know you are big and famous
already
duh!!!
what about you on vox dos on drums jamie on guitar
all we need is a bass player now we could ask gail?
where is dos does anyone know if he is still alive?
I wish you were here today, filming the Junk Fest...
Join The Shadowville All-Stars tonight at JunkFest - we go on at
9:15pm -
but there is music & fun all day so come out early and pace yourselves
for
us as we bring on the shadows and starry night.
:D
Check out "Over You" / Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24520685-over-you--will-dockery-brian-mallard?0
--
"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin
Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Interesting read... a unique perspective....
A bit over the top, but interesting, yes...
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-25 23:34:59 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.fan.david-bowie/A1U01IzuauA/iY__5BV_FAAJ
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
Wow, just found this, what a tour de force of a critique, Jimmy... brilliant at times in it's own right.
Thanks again, for listening and for the insight into what you did hear.
Hello Jimmy, here is one of my better ones, in my opinion... put me a UK
band together and if they will allow me a Passport, I'll ease on over for a
show.
No Bowie of course... buy what is?!?
:D
Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24647258-twilight-girl--will-dockery-henry?0
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've
seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The
song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss.
Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot
of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's
supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a
lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the
feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of
the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but
in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There
are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite
smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but
ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong
personality..."
no drigs, shaky hands from old age, vision blurred cause i need glasses,
jet
lagged, uninspiring performance
WHAT DID YOU EXPECT HUH?
i`ll get it right next time
now if you were playing glasgow...... it would all be so much different
i`m flying over the atlantic now hope i make it in time
`we should be on by now i look at my watch it says 9.15...we should be
on
by
now`
When you touring the uk lol?
no i take that back when you touring scotland?
ok enough ......when you touring glasgow?
i`ll come and film you i have a broadcast setup now
say yes now and then when you are big and famous i will hold you to it
lol
fuck thats a bit derogatory for all i know you are big and famous
already
duh!!!
what about you on vox dos on drums jamie on guitar
all we need is a bass player now we could ask gail?
where is dos does anyone know if he is still alive?
I wish you were here today, filming the Junk Fest...
Join The Shadowville All-Stars tonight at JunkFest - we go on at
9:15pm -
but there is music & fun all day so come out early and pace yourselves
for
us as we bring on the shadows and starry night.
:D
Check out "Over You" / Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe -
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24520685-over-you--will-dockery-brian-mallard?0
--
"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin
Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery - https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
A bit spaced out but cool.....
Will Dockery
2019-07-26 18:06:03 UTC
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Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've
seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The
song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss.
Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot
of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's
supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a
lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the
feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of
the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but
in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There
are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite
smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but
ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong
personality..."
Check out "Over You" / Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24520685-over-you--will-dockery-brian-mallard?0
Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin
Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
Post by Rex Entwhistle
A bit spaced out but cool.....
Thanks for reading and commenting, Rex.

;)
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-26 21:26:58 UTC
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Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
`a voice box crafted deliciously from the optimum amounts of bourbon,
reefers and madness` would be my description lol
over you is brilliant too
kris kristofferson meets the velvets lol
i can imagine you singing ice cream for crows....capt beefheart
lol
esquiline sounds like something i`d like 200mg of lol
and talking of nero i remember saying to people about nero software `why did
the company call itself nero?`
they would look at me blankly and then i`d say `because nero fiddled while
rom burned`
imagine my shock when i found out years later thats exactly why they did
call themselves nero!!!!
i`m just too good for this planet lol
aye jimmy...yawn
red lipped is stranger
wobble...love it man.......those angels sound like devils to me
lol........the doors man...ok thats brilliant too
black crowes brother...b side of gone 2 far?
oh man i just found shadowville...thats fucking superb mate
i hear
lou
beefheart
waits
doors
kris
robbie
eels
joseph arthur
ny dolls
dylan
cale
and the brilliant thing is that you dont sound like any of them you have
something thats hard to find nowadays ...unique individuality
Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Post by Rex Entwhistle
Post by Will Dockery
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've
seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The
song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss.
Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot
of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's
supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a
lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the
feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of
the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but
in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There
are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite
smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but
ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong
personality..."
Check out "Over You" / Will Dockery, Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24520685-over-you--will-dockery-brian-mallard?0
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"A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure." -Charlie Chaplin
Check out "Chattahoochee Sunset / by Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11459910-chattahoochee-sunset--dockery-mallard?0 :D
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A bit spaced out but cool.....
Thanks for reading and commenting, Rex.
;)
And thanks for posting all the great poetry here for over twenty years Doc.....
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-25 04:26:44 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
:)
What a groovy day that was....

Rusty is cool and still drinks...!!
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2019-07-26 04:51:23 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
:)
What a groovy day that was....

Rusty is cool and still drinks...!!
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2015-11-06 00:50:43 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!

Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
Michael Pendragon
2015-11-09 03:34:58 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.

The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.

You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Will Dockery
2015-11-09 12:48:09 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Thanks for having a listen, and for the in-depth review, Michael.

:D
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2015-11-12 18:55:16 UTC
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You've got a terrific voice
If you think Dreckery has a terrific voice, perhaps Formosa's Rule
ought to be applied to you. Or are you slurping dishonestly again?
--
PJR :-)

τὸν οἰόμενον νόον ἔχειν ὁ νουθετέων ματαιοπονεῖ.
- Democritus
Will Dockery
2019-07-20 20:53:43 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
By the way...

Thanks for the nod, Pendragon.

;)
Rod Riprock Jr.
2019-07-21 05:02:37 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
By the way...
Thanks for the nod, Pendragon.
;)
The best writing ever from Pendragon...
Will Dockery
2019-07-22 01:37:26 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
By the way...
Thanks for the nod, Pendragon.
;)
The best writing ever from Pendragon...
He did have a fine subject to write about... heh.
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2019-07-22 08:39:08 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
By the way...
Thanks for the nod, Pendragon.
;)
The best writing ever from Pendragon...
He did have a fine subject to write about... heh.
Well on that I must concur....
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2019-07-23 04:02:52 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-23 11:28:05 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from an illiterate, uneducated pissbum.
Will Dockery
2019-07-23 13:21:40 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
Well, let's be fair, Zod's strength is in his artwork:



"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."

:)
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2019-07-23 13:24:56 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
He paints like an illiterate, uneducated pissbum as well.
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2019-07-23 13:28:29 UTC
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
He paints like
<snip>

Your lack of understanding or appreciation for modern art has already been established.
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2019-07-23 13:41:36 UTC
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
He paints like
<snip>
Your lack of understanding or appreciation for modern art has already been established.
We've been over this, Turd:

I've been to numerous NYC-based art galleries, openings and museums exhibiting works by Pollack, Johns, Warhol, Max, Lichtenstein and others. Whereas you've... interviewed local Columbus "artists" in their various trailers, barns and sheds.
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2019-07-23 13:55:30 UTC
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
<snip>
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http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
He paints like
<snip>
Your lack of understanding or appreciation for modern art has already been established.
I've been to numerous NYC-based art galleries, openings and museums exhibiting works by Pollack, Johns, Warhol, Max, Lichtenstein and others.
"Been there" doesn't mean you understand and appreciate them, though.

;)
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
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http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
He paints like
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Your lack of understanding or appreciation for modern art has already been established.
I've been to numerous NYC-based art galleries, openings and museums exhibiting works by Pollack, Johns, Warhol, Max, Lichtenstein and others.
"Been there" doesn't mean you understand and appreciate them, though.
I understand and appreciate how they are infinitely superior to Plod's garbage.
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Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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Post by Michael Pendragon
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
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I've been to numerous NYC-based art galleries, openings and museums exhibiting works by Pollack, Johns, Warhol, Max, Lichtenstein and others.
"Been there" doesn't mean you understand and appreciate them, though.
I understand and appreciate how they are infinitely superior
<snip>

Writes the man who believes Pat Boone and Tiny Tim are superior to The Beatles and Bob Dylan, to put this into perspective.

;)
Hieronymous Corey
2019-07-23 14:36:01 UTC
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Exactly. The best Michael, or anyone, can do is offer an opinion of an artist's work, and
personally, I'd trust Michael's opinion of what constitutes 'good' modern art before yours.
Coco DeSockmonkey
2019-07-23 14:41:29 UTC
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Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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Post by Michael Pendragon
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
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I've been to numerous NYC-based art galleries, openings and museums exhibiting works by Pollack, Johns, Warhol, Max, Lichtenstein and others.
"Been there" doesn't mean you understand and appreciate them, though.
I understand and appreciate how they are infinitely superior
<snip>
Writes the man who believes Pat Boone and Tiny Tim are superior to The Beatles and Bob Dylan, to put this into perspective.
Don't lie, Turd. I said that they have superior *voices.*

I *prefer* their music, but I can understand why others might prefer the Beatles and Bob.

Similarly, I can appreciate Johns and Pollack while preferring Rockwell and Parrish.

Personal taste has no place in the criticism of poetry, music or art, and I take pride in my ability to judge each work solely upon its merits.

Of course someone like yourself would not be expected to understand such a concept:

“[Will Dockery] has admitted that before and he's done so with many others here. Their writings, performances and appearances began to get his adverse review once they opined that his poetry was unspeakable shit.”
-- Rafael Corazon
Will Dockery
2019-07-23 14:52:45 UTC
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http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
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This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Michael Pendragon
I've been to numerous NYC-based art galleries, openings and museums exhibiting works by Pollack, Johns, Warhol, Max, Lichtenstein and others.
"Been there" doesn't mean you understand and appreciate them, though.
I understand and appreciate how they are infinitely superior
<snip>
Writes the man who believes Pat Boone and Tiny Tim are superior to The Beatles and Bob Dylan, to put this into perspective.
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I *prefer* their music, but I can understand why others might prefer the Beatles and Bob.
Okay, fair enough.

:)
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-23 23:44:14 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Post by Michael Pendragon
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
:)
What a groovy day that was....

Rusty is cool and still drinks...!!
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-24 03:42:58 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Post by Michael Pendragon
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
:)
Much appreciated Doc....
Peter J Ross
2019-07-26 16:23:02 UTC
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Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from an illiterate, uneducated pissbum.
Rubbish!

Plod's writings are *worse* than one would expect from an illiterate,
uneducated pissbum.

What one would expect from an illiterate, uneducated pissbum, written
on a cardboard sign, is something like,

Starvin and homless. Plees giv muney to fede mi and mi dogg.

You must admit that that's vastly superior to any of Plod's writings.
--
PJR :-)

τὸν οἰόμενον νόον ἔχειν ὁ νουθετέων ματαιοπονεῖ.
- Democritus
Michael Pendragon
2019-07-26 17:27:45 UTC
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Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from an illiterate, uneducated pissbum.
Rubbish!
Plod's writings are *worse* than one would expect from an illiterate,
uneducated pissbum.
What one would expect from an illiterate, uneducated pissbum, written
on a cardboard sign, is something like,
Starvin and homless. Plees giv muney to fede mi and mi dogg.
You must admit that that's vastly superior to any of Plod's writings.
I stand corrected.
Will Dockery
2019-07-23 14:42:50 UTC
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Exactly. The best Michael, or anyone, can do is offer an opinion of an artist's work, and
personally, I'd trust Michael's opinion
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Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/693ib2
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
;)
Hieronymous Corey
2019-07-23 14:45:40 UTC
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LOL. I totally get it.
That's really pathetic.
Rex Entwhistle
2019-07-25 09:29:19 UTC
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Like Nate, I had to trim the size down to 6.7mb or somesuch, but it now plays, complete!
Posted a new song: "Twilight Girl / Will Dockery & Henry Conley"
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
Post by Michael Pendragon
This is the best looking video I've seen of yours to date. I'm not crazy about the wavy thing at about 50 seconds in, and the Hogbottom concert pictures repeat too much, but overall it's got a really nice look and great sound.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality.
Perhaps someday you can rview my poetry Pendragon...?? ?
Your writings are exactly what one would expect from
http://youtu.be/nla61NcT9Wo
"The KALEIDOSCOPE Show with host Will Dockery. Special guest artist [Zod]. "KALEIDOSCOPE" is an art show featuring local artists from the Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas. Created and produced by Rusty Wood for EATV 7, Phenix City Cable-TV..."
:)
What a groovy day that was....

Rusty is cool and still drinks...!!
Will Dockery
2015-11-10 21:01:00 UTC
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You sound depressed.
I think most people haven't heard of reverbnation. I certainly never heard
of it before you posted links to it. There must be a way to just put your
songs up on youtube and spread the word about them to get more listens.
DianeE
Thanks, Diane... I think I was pretty tired when I wrote that, also, and you know as we get older each sleep could be the big sleep.

Anyway, I got a good review yesterday at around the same time you and I were writing here, and that sure helped my mood and plans for the future, when we are all shuffled off this mortal coil and all that:

Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley - https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/24647258-twilight-girl--will-dockery-henry?0

Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality..."

Read more at: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.arts.poetry.comments/nFyNImuZYeU/SOGOkMyREAAJ

And thanks again, and again, for listening and commenting.

:D
Will Dockery
2019-07-20 11:18:46 UTC
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Check out "Twilight Girl" / Will Dockery & Henry Conley -

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Vocals: Will Dockery, Guitar: Henry Conley, Bass: Doug Conley, Flute: Geno Woolfolk, Jr. Drums: John Phillips.
Review of "Twilight Girl" by Michael Pendragon: "This is the best... I've seen of yours to date... it's got a really nice look and great sound. The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way. I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative, but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song. You've got a terrific voice -- in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music, but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance. There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks. Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality..."
Read more at: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.arts.poetry.comments/nFyNImuZYeU/SOGOkMyREAAJ
And thanks again, and again, for listening and commenting.
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Vocals: Will Dockery, Guitar: Henry Conley, Bass: Doug Conley, Flute: Geno Woolfolk, Jr. Drums: John Phillips.
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"This is the best... I've seen of yours to date...
IOW: The rest of your videos are horrendous.
it's got a really nice look and great sound.
Neither of which you are responsible for. It looks and sounds superior to the videos recorded on a mobile gizmo by one of your friends in the audience.
The song has a definite mood to it: a sustained quiet sadness, a sense of loss. Bluesy, but in a reflective, mellow way.
I've identified the genre I would classify under. None of the above statements have any bearing on the quality of the piece; they merely note that it is a sad, blues-tinged song.
I'm having a little (okay, a lot of) difficulty following the narrative,
A key passage in the review. It seems that the narrative (i.e., your poem) is incomprehensible.
but I get the impression that it's supposed to be abstract. I'm thinking that Twilight Girl is the memory of a lover who died, possibly in a car or plane crash, but that's just the feeling I get from the song.
I have a vague notion that it's about a dead woman. Again, this is not in any way a comment on the quality of the poem. I'm simply trying to make some sense out of a poem that hasn't got any.
You've got a terrific voice --
A slight exaggeration, but I had, at the time, been under the impression that I was addressing a friend.
in too many of the live performance videos, it's often hard to hear you over the music,
This admission is virtually a blanket condemnation of the bulk of your videos.
but in this one your voice and the music maintain the perfect balance.
I'm basically repeating my earlier statement that this video was recorded with equipment somewhat better than your usual mobile gizmo.
There are times when your voice gives the impression that you could sing quite smoothly if you wanted to -- or, that you once sang quite smoothly, but ruined your voice from too many cigarettes (legal and otherwise) and drinks.
A sad observation. You might have had a good voice once, had you not destroyed it with drink and drugs.
Either way, the end result has a very distinctive sound and a strong personality..."
It's distinctive: that is, more or less unique to you (and the pissbum drunkenly singing himself to sleep on the step of an abandoned building on 40th Street between 9th and 10th).
And... [drum roll] it has a strong personality.
Imagine you're watching a comedy where a man with a horrible voice attempts to sing. His friends don't want to hurt his feelings, so they tell him that he certainly has an unique gift, etc.
In short: as your (then) friend, I wanted to give you a glowing review. However, your videos were so laughably bad that I usually remained silent... or noted that your poem works better as a song (especially when drowned out by the guitars). When you put up a competently made video of "Twilight Girl," I did my best to praise it without compromising my credibility as a critic.
So I wrote (in as positive a tone as I could manage without slipping into camp) that the sound and picture quality is a step up from the unwatchable crap you usually post; that it appears to be a blues-flavored song; and that you give the impression that you'd once possessed a smooth voice.
Sorry to disillusion you, but for some strange reason you seem to feel that faint praise is worth repeating.
***
I just tried to post this and found that your post had been removed.
Yes, I found the review, posted it, and then decided to delete it, but here it is in the original post, in context.

:)
Peter J Ross
2015-11-12 18:53:16 UTC
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On Monday, November 2, 2015 at 6:46:00 AM UTC-5, Will Dockery
Thanks for listening again, Diane, and again, sorry that
Reverbnation for some reason clips the tracks too soon, before
the songs finish... may be a time or size thing.
Either way it wasn't my intention, so all apologies.
:D
There is an 8mb limit in size. I've had to recode some of my mp3s
in 128bps instead of my preferred 192bps.
What kind of moron uses CBR instead of VBR for sound files nowadays?
The kind of moron who has a conversation with Dreckery instead of
merely laughing at him, evidently.
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- nate
Hello Nate,
Why do you copy posts from TwitFace (or wherever) and pretend that you
read them in AAPC, Dreckwit? You don't seriously think anybody's
fooled, do you?
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yes, and no Reverbnation has begun enforcing that limit... they put
"Twilight Girl" in a "Hidden" mode until I step up to one of their
pay plans... I might now try loading it again at under 8mb, and
since I do have a remixed/remastered version anyhow, now seems to be
the right time.
Why not try a 0Mb version? It would sound much better, I promise.
(in hundreds - *literally* hundreds - of spammy Usenet posts, none of
which has ever been read all the way through by anybody)

<spamsnip>
--
PJR :-)

τὸν οἰόμενον νόον ἔχειν ὁ νουθετέων ματαιοπονεῖ.
- Democritus
Rod Riprock Jr.
2019-07-22 23:38:24 UTC
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Thanks for listening again, Diane, and again, sorry that Reverbnation for some reason clips the tracks too soon, before the songs finish... may be a time or size thing.
Either way it wasn't my intention, so all apologies.
:D
There is an 8mb limit in size. I've had to recode some of my mp3s in 128bps instead of my preferred 192bps.
- nate
Hello Nate, yes, and no Reverbnation has begun enforcing that limit... they put "Twilight Girl" in a "Hidden" mode until I step up to one of their pay plans... I might now try loading it again at under 8mb, and since I do have a remixed/remastered version anyhow, now seems to be the right time.
Check out "Twilight Girl" by Will Dockery & Henry Conley - the video
http://www.reverbnation.com/open_graph/video/11602577
One of your finest and kudos to Henry as well.....
Will Dockery
2019-07-23 19:53:36 UTC
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Thanks for listening again, Diane, and again, sorry that Reverbnation for some reason clips the tracks too soon, before the songs finish... may be a time or size thing.
Either way it wasn't my intention, so all apologies.
There is an 8mb limit in size. I've had to recode some of my mp3s in 128bps instead of my preferred 192bps.
- nate
Hello Nate, yes, and no Reverbnation has begun enforcing that limit... they put "Twilight Girl" in a "Hidden" mode until I step up to one of their pay plans... I might now try loading it again at under 8mb, and since I do have a remixed/remastered version anyhow, now seems to be the right time.
Check out "Twilight Girl" by Will Dockery & Henry Conley - the video
http://youtu.be/BYETTK16jQI
Post by Rod Riprock Jr.
One of your finest and kudos to Henry as well.....
Thanks once again for listening and commenting, General Zod.

;)
Hieronymous Corey
2019-07-23 21:11:37 UTC
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LOL. I stand corrected. THAT's really pathetic.
Will Dockery
2019-07-25 03:06:25 UTC
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Thanks for reading and commenting, Pastor Corey and Zod.

:)
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