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Hiya - was just noticing your track name, enenuru incantation. Not too many people take an interest in this sort of stuff. If you want to examine Sumerian incantations in detail sometime I could help. firstname.lastname@example.org . I run a board called enenuru.
awesome tunes, will visit every once in a while to listen to new stuff
The great things about fantastic I'm thankful to the fans for it. (;\m/;) you are really respected the responses from people directly was very humbling indeed.It's amazing your friendship is a dream come true. its fun and great to meet you here on reverbnation Infernal hails horns up incredibly privileged fan It's everyone's worst nightmare and puts everything into perspective have a absolutely wonderful week in the future stay in touch good friend thank you the desire of the current generation is unbelievable your support has been fantastic!
To Be Real your Music is Very Divine Video Good Sound Very Spiritual Creation!
Brand-new instrumental Metal - 'Nebula' on http://www.reverbnation.com/jennyjamzsolarwind?
Flash! Dig the new track from JennyJamz - Snake Charm; a compelling blend of Trnce & Metal. Hear it at - http://www.reverbnation.com/jennyjamzsolarwind?
Not am comparing myself to Mozart & Carroll, I am surprised and thankfull for what success in this I've so far acheived. When I posted the, I had no expectation that people would actually like it! I guess I may be self-denigrating but come on< theres no bass lines on the Metal tracks.
These 2 new releases, Rubber Band and Jazze are more results of "that !st hit. Some of you may understand that. Not that advocate full on drug use, But the likes of Mozart and Lewis Carroll (author; Alice in Wonderland, ya know, the one with the hookas & the mushrooms?) found that intoxication is often an invitation to for the muse to pay a call.
Apologies; the last comment should have been in parantheses.
I can't imagine what life would be like without the knowledge that death is inevitable. It is because of that single, overwhelming reality that we have the arts, religion, the illusion of love, and probably architecture. It is doubtful wether, did we not see ourselves as helpless transients, we would appreciate life fro what it is. On the other hand, being grateful is not that big a deal.
-Gregory MacAllister, "Death at Manny's Grill"
From the Jack McDevitts Sci-Fi novel,"Odyssey"
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