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April 2009
A day in the life of Joe Republican

Joe gets up at 6 a.m. and fills his coffeepot with water to prepare his morning coffee.  The water is clean and good because some tree-hugging liberal fought for minimum water-quality standards.

With his first swallow of water, he takes his daily medication.  His medications are safe to take because some stupid commie liberal fought to insure their safety and that they work as advertised.

All but $10 of his medications are paid for by his employer's medical plan because some liberal union workers fought their employers for paid medical insurance - now Joe gets it too.

He prepares his morning breakfast, bacon and eggs.  Joe's bacon is safe to eat because some girly-man liberal fought for laws to regulate the meat packing industry.  In the morning shower, Joe reaches for his shampoo.  His bottle is properly labeled with each ingredient and its amount in the total contents because some crybaby liberal fought for his right to know what he was putting on his body and how much it contained.

Joe dresses, walks outside and takes a deep breath.  The air he breathes is clean because some environmentalist wacko liberal fought for laws to stop industries from polluting our air.

He walks to the subway station for his government-subsidized ride to work.  It saves him considerable money in parking and transportation fees because some fancy-pants liberal fought for affordable public transportation, which gives everyone the opportunity to be a contributor.

Joe begins his workday.  He has a good job with excellent pay, medical benefits, retirement, paid holidays and vacation because some lazy liberal union members fought and died for these working standards.

Joe's employer pays these standards because Joe's employer doesn't want his employees to call the union.  If Joe is hurt on the job or becomes unemployed, he'll get a worker compensation or unemployment check because some stupid liberal didn't think he should lose his home because of his temporary misfortune.

It's noontime and Joe needs to make a bank deposit so he can pay some bills.  Joe's deposit is federally insured by the FSLIC because some godless liberal wanted to protect Joe's money from unscrupulous bankers who ruined the banking system before the Great Depression.

Joe has to pay his Fannie-Mae-underwritten mortgage and his below-market federal student loan because some elitist liberal decided that Joe and the government would be better off if he was educated and earned more money over his lifetime.

Joe is home from work.  He plans to visit his father this evening at his farm home in the country.  He gets in his car for the drive.  His car is among the safest in the world because some America-hating liberal fought for car safety standards.

He arrives at his boyhood home.  His was the third generation to live in the house financed by Farmers' Home Administration because bankers didn't want to make rural loans.  The house didn't have electricity until some big-government liberal stuck his nose where it didn't belong and demanded rural electrification.

He is happy to see his father, who is now retired.  His father lives on Social Security and a union pension because some wine-drinking, cheese-eating liberal made sure he could take care of himself so Joe wouldn't have to.

Joe gets back in his car for the ride home, and turns on a radio talk show.  The radio host keeps saying that liberals are bad and conservatives are good.  He doesn't mention that the beloved Republicans have fought against every protection and benefit Joe enjoys throughout his day.  Joe agrees: "We don't need those big-government liberals ruining our lives!  After all, I'm a self-made man who believes everyone should take care of themselves, just like I have."

February 6, 2006

A "rant" if you will.

Iím not frightened! Iím not worried about Al Qaeda or Osama Bin Laden. Hell, I donít think that Al Qaeda even exists. Itís a figment of our imagination, brought on by 9-11 and our present administration.

We need a "boogey-man" and this one will do just find thank you very much. Oh I know... youíll say of course Osama is alive and well living in Pakistan or wherever, and he may well be.  But my point is one or two men canít bring down this government.  Meaning that the worldwide spread of the Al Qaeda network is non-existing. Thatís right, non-existing, meaning they donít fucking exist!

At the end of the cold war with Russia, our government had no bad guy. And everyone knows we have to have a bad guy or boogey-man, itís just how things work. I canít really explain it, but do some research and youíll soon discover that this is a correct hypothesis.

But what I would like to do is try and stop the American people from being frightened.  Not all Americans are scared, but a lot are and they make it hard on the rest of us. And then you ask me "How is it making it hard on you if Iím frightened?"  Well, Iíll tell you!

Frightened people do stupid things; very frightened people do very stupid things. And when enough people get scared they make it hard on the rest of us that arenít. As I write this, the United States Senate are having hearings about American surveillance. This administration calls it "Terrorist Surveillance" but donít kid yourself; it's domestic surveillance. They are spying on Americans in this country, listening to our phone calls, reading our emails and heaven knows what else. All under the guise of "protecting us from Al Qaeda" You know... the "boogey man."

Itís time-consuming not to be afraid; it takes time to research and find out whatís really happening in our country let alone the entire world. But Iíll tell you one thing, you have no reason to be afraid of Al Qaeda because they donít exist!

If youíre interested, I will tell you who you should be afraid of. You already know the answer to this; itís "the boss, same as the old boss." Thatís right, be afraid of your government. You know them; the guys that tell you "Listen to me, do what I say, and Iíll protect you." Well they may do just that but at what cost? Oh yeah, it costs, not in dollars (although we have spent a pretty penny so far in Iraq and other parts of the Middle East.)

But the big cost comes when you turn over your rights. Thatís right, your freedom. The things you donít really even take into consideration. You just expect them to always be there, just like electricity, running water, or gas for your car. After all, you live in America, and we all know that living in America guarantees certain rights. Right?

The only rights that are guaranteed are the ones youíre willing to fight for and they are under siege as you read this. Ok, ask me how I know this. Well, I know this because I took the time to find out. I did my research, and itís there for all to see.

The Internet is a wonderful tool. It will take you places youíve only dreamed of and do it from the comfort of your living room. I would also suggest turning off the television now again and picking up a book, and not just any book!

Hell, if you agree with this administration, then you should be frightened and anything I might say will fall on deaf ears. But if youíve been wondering why things in the back of your mind have been bothering you lately, such as "Why did we go to war with Iraq? Why hasnít the most powerful country in the world been able to find Osama bin Laden? Why does gasoline cost three dollars a gallon?" If you ask yourself these questions then you should really do some research.

So Iíll close by quoting Franklin Delano Roosevelt, ďThe only thing we have to fear, is fear itselfĒ.

And of course this; Always question the authorities. Always question your government. After all they work for you. We have a republic in this country and these guys work for us. So stop being frightened, start doing some research. Find out the truth, itís out there but you must find it and spread it around.

Till I knock on your door

- em

August 15, 2005
Howdy all! Well, my birthday is over but I've got stories and I gotta tell íem.

Hereís how I remember it!  I awoke early on August 12, 2005. It was already warming up from the morning mist and it wasnít even six a.m., so I jumped in the shower to get the sleep out of my eyes and to get a fresh outlook. After my shower I fumbled around for my first cup of coffee and of course the sugar bowl  Yeah, I know... the "white death." But I like sugar and Iím a firm believer in moderation and any and everything is all right in moderation.

The plan for the weekend of my birthday, was to take "Gus the bus" and load him with a few guitars and a few souls and point him south, all the way to the city of New Braunfels TX. We had good intelligence that a radio show was being recorded in a small community called Freiheit, TX and we want in on the whole thing. Well, we located the Freiheit country store, and sure enough it was happening.

When we got to Freiheit we hooked up with no other then Mo Humble, the man to know when you want to get things done around those parts.

It didnít take long to turn the country store into a full-blown live music venue once Mo and Ace showed up. Ace is the utterly mad engineer behind the fine recording quality on Humble Time Radio Show.

Hereís a list of fellow travelers; Mick Morrow went along on this trip to cover the bottom end of our acoustic band, as well as fellow songwriter Mark Merritt. And as always, my wonderful wife Darlina and Ozzy the traveling bird, heís one cool bird!!

We left Fort Worth early in hopes that Interstate 35 South wouldnít be so busy, I call it the I-35 Gauntlet; all North Texans know about this stretch of highway. Since NAFTA, itís become a real nightmare to negotiate, but hell it was my birthday and I had my best friends and musicians by my side so nothing was going to stop me.

We made our motel reservation just in the nick of time and got settled in for the evening. So with nothing on the motel television we turned that thing off and started pickín. We played till we all fell over from exhaustion or midnight witch ever came first.

We got up early the next morning that would be Saturday the 13th of August.

Darlina and Mick went to the front desk and loaded up with coffee and brought plenty back to our room, so with a quick caffeine fix and another shower we were ready for breakfast.

Iím coming to the end of this tall tale; needless to say we made it to the radio taping with time to spare. I think I can speak for everyone when I say we had a great time the live audience was great, plenty of hootís and hollers from a lively Texas Audience!

So my birthday was a raving success, and we made the trip without any mishaps!

Oh, Iím not telling how old I was on this birthday; needless to say Iím "experienced."

Till I knock on your door!


April 13, 2005
Well hereís the deal... the wife and I took a little road trip. (Little my ass... we put 5K miles on "Gus the bus").  We went to the great state of Oregon, via New Mexico, Colorado Utah, and Nevada. American is truly is a beautiful country, and a road trip is the best way to see in my humble opinion.  I could try and tell you all about the trip, but words just won't explain the mystic beauty of the northern route to Oregon.

We did however make some new friends.  We meet a couple; Ron & Tessa Green; they opened up their hearts and home to us and for that weíll be forever grateful. We plan on putting up some photos soon, as a picture still tells a thousand words.  So let me close by telling you about the second part of this blog post.

A couple of days before we left, I got the note below from my good friend Mark Merritt. I wanted to add it too this post, as it meant a lot to me. Iíll post pictures of the road trip soon.  Enjoy!

- em

By now, I'm sure Gus is gassed up, the bags are packed, and your favorites CD's are at the ready. All that's required is a turn of the key, and then start heading west, young man. Out into the Great Unknown where forgotten stories will be re-discovered, and others will be born. Out onto the vast concrete pathway that stretches as far as the eye can see, populated by other souls heading somewhere, or maybe even nowhere. You'll see others on the path going to wherever fate will take them. They just pick a direction, hit the gas, and wait to see where the journey will take them, and to see if their stories can be told.

But, in this case... the path has been chosen. "To the Pacific Northwest" we shall go. To see coastlines of serenity, forests of green splendor, and nature as God intended it to be. The air will feel smoother, the water crisper, and the spirit flame re-ignited. Choices will be simpler to make, time will not be a factor and the simplest things will make everything worthwhile. Things that troubled you before simply don't trouble you right now. At least not for a while. Because the mission is clear.

To re-discover a part of the country almost long forgotten, and to share it with a soul-mate... Ahh... that's the stuff. Those are the things worth waiting for.  Cameras can take two dimensional pictures of what I'm sure will be vast amounts of eye-candy, but the memories of a journey like this, will make you smile when you fall asleep at night.

So here's to a safe journey.  May you laugh all the way there, and all the way back.  Stop at some historical markers along the way, and learn new things about this land.  Take lots of pictures, remember the funny stories, and write goofy songs.  Please, at all costs... avoid telephone poles and large mammals in the road. (The farther west you go, the bigger the critters get.)

In the immortal words of two brothers before embarking on their own journey:

"We've got a full tank of gas, a half a pack of cigarettes, and we're wearing sunglasses.....

Hit it."

Have a wonderful and safe trip. See you on the other side.



February 24, 2005
Here we are February 05, and Iím posting updates to this blog. It all sounds so simpleÖ life goes on, right? Just act like nothing is happening in the world. I go about my business, and act like the only important thing is my little universe. When in fact, the world just may explode at any time and Iím not confident at all that the powers-that-be have a handle on the situation.

So hereís whatís happening in my universe!  First let me congratulate Mark & Lora on their recent marriage.  Mark Merritt, my songwriter partner, and all around good dude is releasing his new album, titled Peace Of Me this coming summer. We sent an advance copy to our friends in Vancouver, thatís R& J Music they just happen to be great folks and music publishers.  BTW, Markís album, "Peace Of Me" Is one great sounding record!!

We also sent a five-song demo of P.O.M to an outfit in Nevada, Black Mountain Production (per their request I might add.)  Of course this is the music business, so it will probably be a year or two before we hear from anyone. Thatís the nature of this business; ďhurry up and wait.Ē

The Mortal Coils album is coming along nicely.  We have mixed three of the songs for the album so far and Iím happy to report that it cooks. We have a recording session set up for tonight to work on some vocal tracks, then itís back to mixing.

Thatís about it for this post... itís more of the same for me!   try to  write a good song now and again, and not let the bastards get me down. Thatís good all-around advice for anyone these days. Same as it ever wasÖ same as it ever was!!


November 4, 2004

Howdy buckaroos!

Well itís been awhile since I posted here and thought Iíd bring everyone up to date.   The Mortal Coils album is coming along nicely, and weíre getting together tonight to do some overdubs at the studio.  Hopefully we'll have this record ready for release by early spring.

Also there's a new artist on the Reload label.  Let me introduce you to PrinceRodriguez.

The title of their new album; The Ballad Of Pedro Nix, itís a story telling record and itís very cool.  The album has 13 tracks, and it tells the story of...  Wait, wait!!   You need to get a copy and find out for yourselves.  This album comes with instructions!  Not really, but the liner notes explain what the stories are all about, itís a really good record and Iím proud to be on the same label as PrinceRodriguez.

Got a road trip coming up!  Darlina and I plan to head to the West Coast the coming spring for a three-week tour.  Weíll be hitting Utah, California, Oregon, Washington State and we'll hit New Mexico on the way back, (which by the way, is down hill from Washington.)  Iíll post a complete schedule on the website soon.  It would be great to meet some of you while Iím out and about.

Let's see!  I think thatís about it!   I do promise to post more often in the future.  Itís been busy.  I know thatís what everyone says so why should I be any different.

Oh yeah... In case you missed it, the election is over.  We have a president, duly elected, so try and be civil.  That doesnít mean we shouldnít keep our eye on him, and remember all politicsí are local.  So vote in the small elections, city council, school board, mayor, etc.  Do some research, find out who they are and what they stand for, then vote your asses off.



August 19, 2004
Well, it all started with an invitation to do a little pickín at a birthday party, not just any birthday party, but one that has a history.  The history as I understand it goes back some nine years when some folks got together to celebrate the birthday of one Terry Razor.  They decided to have this birthday bash on the Brazos river.  True, the concept of having a party on the Brazos River ainít new, but this one like I said, has a history.

Terry Razor; Terryís a local musician singer/songwriter with a heart as big as Texas herself, so when the invite came to join in, well... needles to say it was a no-brainier.   The boys & girls and myself loaded "Gus The Bus" up and headed SXSW to a little place on the river called Bucks On The Brazos.  Bucks is owned and operated by Scott & Cindy Chaffin very nice folks, again with hearts as big as Texas. 

We, (meaning me and the band) Oh yea, the band now has a name!  Let me know if you like it!?  From now on and forever unless we decide to change it, The band will be known as ďThe CowTown TruckersĒ  Yup, I came up with that.  I kind of pride myself with naming bands and giving people nicknames.   Back to the story, fourth paragraph!!

Well, we made the trip crash-free, showed up about 3pm and the party was going strong.   The party had been going on since Thursday.  We got there on Saturday and we had some catching up to do, so we got right to it.   I bought a new hat, Darlina got a new OKOM t-shirt from the good folks from Texas Music Guide, and we were ready!

The weather was perfect!  Nice breeze and the temperature was 89 degrees.  It donít get much better in Texas in the month of August then that.  Met up with some folks we havenít seen in awhile and thatís always fun.  But the largest surprise was while we were playing I turn around and there he was grinning right back at me... Yup it was Tim Rivera my long lost harp player.  Iíve been playing music with this guy since the 70ís but I hadnít seen him in ten years, well that made the party complete!

When we finished our set we congregated around Gus The Bus, broke out our lawn chairs and set in for a long overdue visit.  We all did some catching up on what we had been doing, the lies were flying, and it was hard to get a word in side ways.  After a long visit we promised to stay in touch with each other this time and there were hugs-a-plenty.

Thatís about it.  We had to get back to Fort Worth (some of the CowTown Truckers had plans that evening) but personally I would have liked to have stayed around as it was just getting good!

Till I knock on your door


July 16, 2004
Howdy buckaroos, well Itís been a wild and wonderful few weeks since I last posted to this very cool blog.  I have a very good excuse for taking a few weeks off, Iíve been busy! I know, I know... everyone says that but in my case itís true.

Hereís whatís going on, Iíll let you decide if you think Iíve really been busy or Iím just BSíing...

Iím working on two new albums, not mine but just as important to me as if they were.  Let me mention these projects, because in the near future youíll be able to hear for yourselves and make up your on mind if they are indeed important.

Mark Merritt is putting the finishing touches on his new album titled Peace Of Me, This is going to be a great album, Iím happy to be involved with Markís first effort and itís proving to be time well spent.  I even get to play a little guitar on this record, other than me, itís all Mark Merritt.

Iím also working on the Mortal Coils project; this will be a concept album in the true sense of the Texas flatlands. Let me give you a break down on some of the musicians playing on this record.  This is not a complete list but it is the core of the rhythm section:

Mick Morrow will be playing Bass, Mickís a friend and a fine musician weíre lucky to have him available. Walt Redding is the drummer/percussionist, also a fine musician.

The core of this project, meaning the songwriters that got me interested in getting involved are Mike Price, Greg Jackson & me.

The Mortal Coils album is a combination of Texas story telling put to a swing beat, and other musicals ideas that come with getting to play with fine musicians.  I think it will be well received, by the Americana & roots audiences that appreciate real music, warts and all.

Iím going back to work, if you have questions or comments just drop me a line Iíll probably reply.  See all of you soon... watch out for spinning Buickís.


May 17, 2004

Well, the festival tour is over. We've done four shows in four weeks and that's pretty good for me.  I never really wanted to tour; I enjoy writing songs and working in the studio.  But when push comes to shove, I'll do what's necessary to get my songs heard.  After all, if no one's ever going to hear these songs, why in hell write them?  I have to mention this now or Iíll forget.  Seems that several radio stations are playing cuts off Privateer, that's the good news.  Now hereís what I 'd like everyone to do for me.  Mark is adding a "Fan Support" link on this website.  The premise being click on the radio station link, and when you get to there,  request a song  from the Privateer album.  The trick is all radio stations compile information regarding requested songs. If they get enough requests they will contact the record label and procure that title being requested.  This deal helps the artist, and more importantly helps the Indie music cause.  You can apply this principle to all of your favorite artists.

Back to the festival tour.  Let me give you a little background...  A couple of years back we had a songwriting deal with a Nashville publisher. (I won't mention his name but he's a big time publisher.)  We sent several songs to this guy; he listened and made a few comments then decided to accept nine songs.  He put these song on a schedule ďAĒ which means they were being to artists.  A couple of established artists came to his office looking for songs.  Said publisher played some of our cuts for these artists and they really liked one of our songs.  So they asked the publisher if he would demo this song in a Rock-n-Roll version.  Let's get something straight; re demos of songs in Nashville are as commonplace as buying a beer, besides everything in Nashville is re-coupable.

Needless to say this new demo was never done.  So goes my career as a songwriter.  After that, our songs were put on a shelf and forgotten.  Well, a bad business deal left us out in the cold as this publisher has our nine songs forever.  So that's how that goes.

Back in August I decided to release a new album (Privateer.)  Thatís the only way I was ever going to get these songs heard; that and to play them myself.  That brings us to the present- day festival tour.  April had us going to the Northgate Festival in College Station, followed by an album-release concert.  May brought the Cottonwood festival and the Wildflower Festival in  Richardson, Texas.  I'll tell you about the Wildflower Festival...  If you've never been, it's a must-go.  We got to the festival early.  We don't have an advance man, and so we have to check things out for ourselves.  Anyway, we get to the festival, park in the wrong parking area, walk five miles and locate our stage.  Weíre playing the main stage, and keep in mind that this is a festival.  After locating our stage and parking area we walk back five miles get "Gus the Bus" (our traveling wheels) and go to the correct stage/ parking area.   Hell, I'm already exhausted at this point and we have forty-five minutes before we play.

Let me mention how great the folks were at Wildflower.  They went out of their way to make us feel welcome and important and that really helps.

Did I mention that this was a festival?   Well, it was.  It was huge!!  Festival seating, festival stage, festival sound system, festival lighting... the works!  All this does not overwhelm me, but I was curious, "How are the songs going to sound in this type of venue?"  We've played outside before, but nothing like this.  Sometimes the songs can get lost in the vastness of it all, so I'm thinking "Well... I'll know in about an hour." (that's how long we played.)

I'm happy to report the songs stood up well.  From what I could hear from the stage, the sound flowed pretty well, and I think the folks that were there had a good time, and we on stage did as well.  Did it help my career?  Not sure.  No one's contacted me about playing Woodstock 05.  We'll see.  ;-)

Till I knock on your doorÖÖÖÖ em

April 26, 2004
Hi all!  Well we had the Privateer CD release concert this past Saturday. The venue we chose for this show was Arts Fifth Avenue located at 1628 5th avenue in Ft Worth, Texas and it's run by Gracey Tunes & Eddie Dunlap. I can't say enough about these folks and I should mention Debbie and all the volunteers that chipped in to help make this concert a success.

We had a good, lively crowd and I might add a lot of hoopin' and hollering and singin' along.  That's what makes a relatively unknown songwriter feel pretty good when the audience knows the words to your songs. Even though we didn't have a dance floor, plenty of folks found a place to dance, and I wouldn't call us a dance band.

Let me mention the players that supported me for this show, the supporting cast if you will:  Darlina, backing vocals& percussion, Walt Redding on drums, Mick Morrow bass & backing vocals, & Michael Price on keyboards. They did an outstanding job keeping up with me  (I'm not that easy to play music with) I like to experiment a lot while playing live... makes for some interesting jams.

Sold quite a few albums at the show, and that's always a good feeling. Privateer my new record, has been selling pretty good I'm a little surprised but happy to be able to report that it's getting a good reception by the singer/songwriter crowd, you know the folks that really enjoy Indie records that are story-telling in nature, and fits the "roots" genre.

I'm also happy to report that Privateer is getting some radio airplay in Europe.  By all means go to Real Roots Cafe http://www.realrootscafe.com/ Do a request, ask for Earl Musick and anything off the Privateer album.  So far the songs they've been playing most is Hell Bent and Happy and Bye I'm Gone.

Ok!  I suppose that's about it for now!  I'll post more later as we have a couple of Festivals coming up, and I'm sure I'll have something to talk about after these adventures.  Watch out for spinning Buick's, and I'll  talk to you soon.

Till I knock on your door!......em

March 28, 2004
Howdy fellow traveler!  Just returned from College Station, TX where John Gomez and I played the Northgate Music Festival and had a helluva time. We had a relatively crash free trip, met some really cool folks, (including the Budweiser Girls, that alone was worth the trip.)  But we also got a chance to meet and listen to the music of a kid named Steve Tenpenny and was duly impressed. He's got a new album titled Westbound Sun, you should give it a listen.

We're getting ready to load up and take on MacHenrys that's in Fort Worth, we've played this room before, and I must say they have some very nice folks that run this place for songwriter John Walker and they go out of there way to make you feel at home, and we appreciate that a lot.

The Brazos Brothers Band will be playing MacHenrys from 4pm until 7pm their celebrating the birthday of Judy Carter & Maryanne Maguire, any excuse for a party. Anyway we're heading out early so we can get in on the revelry, before we have to play. Hope to see some old friends and show them some new songs.

Got some more gigs coming up I'll talk about them in due time, right now I thinking that I'm one lucky SOB I'm married to the best woman in the world period, she never misses a beat. What a partner!  Thanks honey!

Go to go, need to re-string Fran and get ready for tonight, hope to see you somewhere along the blacktop!  Till I knock on your door.....em

March 26, 2004
Notice! Hell froze over. It must have, cuz I finally released a new album. Now comes the fun part.  I get to explain why I put a new record out and try and convince everyone it's worth listening to.

I'll do this by performing live which requires some traveling and a considerable amount of bullshit. I'm capable of both, although I would prefer someone else drive the bus.

Oh!  The title of the new record is Privateer. Because that's what I am; an Indie kind of guy, a Privateer if you will. I don't need no stinkin' major record label telling me how to write songs, and what to wear.

So I hope to meet up with a lot of you while I travel around.  It's called "Record Promotion."  I prefer calling it traveling around playing music and singing songs. If you hear that I'm coming to your neck of the woods, I hope you come out and kick the tires on this new album and tell me what you think of the new songs.  Don't be shy...  tell it like it is. I'm pretty sure everyone will without me saying so, but I'd like to hear from you!

I'll keep posting here from time to time; let you know what's going on and where I've been and where I'm going.  If you know of a place I should check out let me know.  I'll try most anything a couple of times.  Keep in touch!

Till I knock on you door......em


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