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Awesome work, Ron! I really enjoyed listening! Keep em coming and may God Bless!---Rene---:)
Superb storytelling combined with beautiful guitar and heartfelt honest vocals...what more could anyone ask for?
Take me on home, Ron !!! Oh, yeah !!!
Just saying Hi to encourage and to wish you all the best for your music. Regards, Malcolm.
Had a listen to "Healing Complete", loved the pure, peacefulness that came over me while listening, wonderful songwriting!
Thank you for the great compliment Kim. I very happy the song touched you that way. :) Peace, Ron
"COLLATERAL DAMAGE" is so thought provoking, with expressive lyrics that captivate and sung with such conviction, all set to music that really grabs you! SUCH a striking song! Ron Kauffman has done it again!!!
~Liz & Pearl [The Lizabeth Sessions]
"Healing Complete" is a terrific song Ron - full of melody and of compassion and sincerity. Lovely, understated, accomplished acoustic guitar and soft but impassioned vocals for the thoughtful lyrics. Chris
"healing complete" takes me back to my favorite time... the folk explosion of the sixties... with the spirit of the previous era... Weavers, Seeger, etc... like Fred Neil... and Tim Hardin... so damn authentic, maestro... such an emotional vocal performance... one hundred per cent honest... and the most important thing about a folk song, is to be a GREAT SONG... which it, most definitely is... Bravo... ya boi d
Ah my friend...you have a way with words and I'm very honored that you like the song :) Thank you for taking time to listen and give our opinion. I value the thoughts of such a talented artist more than you know :) Peace, Ron
Really enjoyed my listen here. Best to you!
"collateral damage" is great... like late seventies Dylan.... real dead people... have been reduced to "collateral damage"... one death is a tragedy, 10,000 is a statistic... you da man, maestro... your humble student, da boi d
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