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Azaima Anderson / Comments

The Professor and Naomi Kay
The Professor and Naomi Kay  (over 2 years ago)

Wow! Such a crisp and full sound here. Fabulous voice, great guitar work and production, and excellent songs!

Sapphires7
Sapphires7  (over 2 years ago)

i really like your nice and warm voice. great guitar work and writings. keep the nice music flowing!!

Leonidis (Hellbound Ent. Producer)
Leonidis (Hellbound Ent. Producer)  (over 2 years ago)

Excellent job with parting gift!

David Evola
David Evola  (over 2 years ago)

Great stuff Abbe! Wonderful guitars and lyrics...

Jeffrey Whitman
Jeffrey Whitman  (over 2 years ago)

"Don't Tempt the Tigress" ! What a great tune ! Wonderful vocal, tasty guitar work !

JESUS LOVES U
JESUS LOVES U  (over 2 years ago)

wow parting gift almost made me drop a tear, and im not really a dog lover.great writing from the heart.it touches ya...

Leslie Eston
Leslie Eston  (over 2 years ago)

Nice voice that I can truly enjoy. Your songs are well crafted and delivered. Keep up the excellent work~

Russ Strapp
Russ Strapp  (over 2 years ago)

Abbe, "Parting Gift" still has me weeping.. I had to put my pup of 14 yrs down last month...never gonna find that kind of love again..GREAT SONG and the musicianship is awsome as well!!

Azaima Anderson
Azaima Anderson  (over 2 years ago)

Hi Russ,
Thanks for your kind words. I'm sorry for your loss. Someone gave me this poem when I needed it. Grab a hanky and enjoy.

The House Dog's Grave (Haig, an English bulldog)

I've changed my ways a little; I cannot now
Run with you in the evenings along the shore,
Except in a kind of dream; and you, if you dream a moment,
You see me there.

So leave awhile the paw-marks on the front door
Where I used to scratch to go out or in,
And you'd soon open; leave on the kitchen floor
The marks of my drinking-pan.

I cannot lie by your fire as I used to do
On the warm stone,
Nor at the foot of your bed; no, all the night through
I lie alone.

But your kind thought has laid me less than six feet
Outside your window where firelight so often plays,
And where you sit to read--and I fear often grieving for me--
Every night your lamplight lies on my place.

You, man and woman, live so long, it is hard
To think of you ever dying
A little dog would get tired, living so long.
I hope than when you are lying

Under the ground like me your lives will appear
As good and joyful as mine.
No, dear, that's too much hope: you are not so well cared for
As I have been.

And never have known the passionate undivided
Fidelities that I knew.
Your minds are perhaps too active, too many-sided. . . .
But to me you were true.

You were never masters, but friends. I was your friend.
I loved you well, and was loved. Deep love endures
To the end and far past the end. If this is my end,
I am not lonely. I am not afraid. I am still yours.

Robinson Jeffers, 1941

Ami "Rayne" Rob
Ami "Rayne" Rob  (over 2 years ago)

"Don't Tempt the Tigress" has a brilliant flow, nice work! I will visit again soon...

Brummett and Lynn
Brummett and Lynn  (over 2 years ago)

Don't Tempt The Tigress-great vocals, great song from a very talented artist!