got BAGABOD HEART yesterday, i'm glad you got out his band, i have to look for(listen for?) your play in rod's album, i want full of your sound and i like instrumental rather than singing words. i beliieve in "music is universal language" i found 1st DNGEROUS CURVE. now i have one for car and the other for lunch box ( packed cd's for home or work).
thanks for reply about "pokemon" and "opposit...". how about how to get "unspoken words"?
today, i got bmg magazine and philippe saisse's "halfway 'till dawn" is spotted, your name is in musician list. it's in your discogrphy,, so, i'm gonna get it. he is the guy played(es) w/ luther vandross, right? i think he came to colorado w/ luthr's concert a couple of years ago. his phrase in THE VELVET TOUCH in "out of blue" is just like luther's back. i just look at musicai list and i see marc antoine in it. he is bmg future this issue. then, i looked your disco graphy he is not listed. he plyed for you but you did not played for him.right? and i noticed gato barbieri is in the list. i dug up "pue pasa". and i just put it in cd player. nn, phippe saisseis in it, too. "... lovers" nice phrase of yours. is that jeff beck's song? i like him and i went to his concert in japan a long time ago. khih(colorado smooth jaz station) guy said you have a little influence of him.
i wonder if this reiply for this guest book or web mistress. 'couse i atattched a picture on mail to webmistress. your mgr might have deleted since it's not business. if you find please look at it.
have a good time during off tour.
yoshiko(kurobecca) in colorado
aurora, co USA - Tuesday, August 29, 2000 at 22:59:08 (PDT)
Book some dates here in Detroit love to see you.
White Lake, MI USA - Sunday, August 27, 2000 at 14:16:24 (PDT)
I enjoyed your performance at the J&R Jazzfest on 8/25. We spoke afterwards at the store, and I must say again, your tone was fabulous. You should consider using the 4x10 as part of your setup. I look forward to seeing transcriptions and/or insights to your playing on the site.
Joe Phillips <email@example.com>
Bayonne, NJ USA - Saturday, August 26, 2000 at 18:33:39 (PDT)
i ordered 2nd "dangerous curve" today becase 1st one got misplaced. hard to break this craving.. like a pregnant woman- peckles, high of 90s, summer day-"dangerous curve". feel like want to pull my hair off without it. i was listening it in a car and home carring in lunch box along "out of blue" and avenue blue cds.
i was gonna get it at shop a few blocks away from home but good thing, i called 1st, they did not have it. shop in the closest mall did not have it. i was not waste my time today 'cause i spent a whole day to call around find "unspoken words" but I could not find it. i called all the shops in yellow pages in denver metro area. no one has it. do you have it in stock? any way, today, i gave up after 2 calls and order thrugh this web-amazon.
i watched "pokemon first movie" and taped. so as " oposit sex", 1st i thought it was one comes on fox, but i guess one you did sound is movie one. i'm not sure which songs are done by you though.
i ordered rod stewart's "vagabond heart",too. i printed out discograpy, i should start to mark off what i got and hope all get mark off by the time you come back to colorado.
i wonder why boney james did not play at "guitar and sax" at winter park. you may not be friends. "long tall judy" in rick braun's "body and soul" came on. see! i can tell your sound. if possible, can you make album with rick braun and boney james and jamin' on stage?
i'm sure you've been fascinating audience every where.
yoshiko(kurobecca) in colorado
aurora, co USA - Saturday, August 26, 2000 at 01:35:26 (PDT)
THAT WAS A GREAT SHOW YOU PUT ON FRIDAY NIGHT...THE BEST DEAL AND MUSIC IN TOWN....CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN...ALWAYS SOMETHING FOR THE SOUL WHEN JEFF AND HIS COHORTS PLAY FOR US MUSIC DEPRIVED ADULTS....
Patti Magda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New York, NY USA - Monday, August 21, 2000 at 07:28:59 (PDT)
It took 3 months and cost $31.13 canadian even after a "long wait" discount
to "special order" the "import" OUT OF THE BLUE through SAM THE RECORD MAN stores,
but it was SO WORTH THE WAIT!!!! Next order will be DANGEROUS CURVES but I'll have
to do some homework finding a better source (other than net ordering, I own no charge cards!)
I can hardly wait! Keep at it and tour Canada ASAP, I'll be watching for it! Jillian
ONT Canada - Wednesday, August 09, 2000 at 23:40:57 (PDT)
Any chance of adding an Austin date when you come through Texas in September? I am an old fan of yours from the B.S. days. However, it is great to see you survive the 80's and do what you love most.
Melissa Granger <MGRANGE997@aol.com>
Austin, TX USA - Wednesday, August 09, 2000 at 08:53:42 (PDT)
Thank you for an incredible Sunday afternoon of beautiful music. Your energy and love of what you do is wonderfully contagious. To get lost in your music, as well as follow your thoughts through your music was very refreshing. I am now a bigger fan than before. I look forward to the experience of getting to know more about you and your music.
'Til we meet again.'
Lynn - The Creole Woman
Lynn Holmes <email@example.com>
San Jose, CA USA - Monday, August 07, 2000 at 12:41:46 (PDT)
Saw you last night at the Hills Park in Summerlin(Las Vegas) and was absolutely floored at how amazing of a guitar player you are. Thank you, I got chills throughout your set. Only wish you could have played longer. Even though you were the opening act, I payed to see you and only stayed for 3 songs from Richard Elliot(although a friend told me you came back out and did an encore with Richard). I was the guy that had your entire Avenue Blue collection that you gratiously autographed for me and dug down into your pocket for a pick. I was a bit surprised that you didn't have specially stamped picks and use a standard Fender Heavy. Thanks again for a night I'll remember forever. You're a class act and always a joy to listen to. If you ever want to vacation here in Vegas and play some low down gut-bucket blues in a low down smokey bar, please contact me and I'll do what I can to make it happen. I co-manage Las Vegas' Best Blues Band, the Moanin' Blacksnakes featuring Las Vegas' Best Guitarist, Scott Rhiner, as voted by the readers of the Las Vegas Weekly this year. Anyways, look forward to seeing you again in the near future.
Best of everything to you and yours,
Steve, Janet, Kyle, and Marissa Wilson
P.S. Great Website and thanks for the e-mails.
Steve Wilson <SRVFAN41@aol.com>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Sunday, August 06, 2000 at 23:08:30 (PDT)
Hi Jeff, Great show at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle last night! Now you can see why I love Seattle. Wished you could have played longer! I also wish we could have talked a bit longer but I understand the promotion end of the biz with your new CD coming out.( Meet and greet) You still look the same as you did when we walked home from school together. Those roguish locks and dimples are still there! And yes I will always treasure the pencil lead you left in my hand from 5th grade. My husband thought you were a class act and I told him Ohio puts out some great talent and you are one of them. Keep those sultry, smokie, erotic tunes coming! Now I can tell Ray Wolf that I FINALLY got to hear you live!! Take care, Nancy Bogard
Nancy Bogard Gardner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Redmond, WA USA - Thursday, August 03, 2000 at 20:40:32 (PDT)
Hi Jeff. Loved your "Guitars and Saxes" tour. Saw you in Cleveland, July 22nd. We sat across from your mom. Keep bringing us those fine tunes. Thanks.
Annette M. Fairrow <email@example.com>
Cleveland, Oh USA - Wednesday, August 02, 2000 at 17:21:35 (PDT)
Hi Jeffrey, Greetings from the desert. I just checked the schedule and your not coming to AZ so far. Don't forget us here in the great southwest! Talk to ya soon.
Love from your old friend,
Kathleen Flynn <Harkflynns@aol.com>
Tucson, Az USA - Tuesday, August 01, 2000 at 17:02:34 (PDT)
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