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sapphiresage

sapphiresage

Alternative / Album / Adult Apple Valley, CA  US
Always Only You
Always Only You
Under This Gravity
Under This Gravity
I Lost My Love
I Lost My Love
Showdown at Sunset
Showdown at Sunset
These are the Wounds I Received in the House of My Friends
These are the Wounds I Received in the House of My Friends

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Waterloo

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  • "Homeless" Tom Stiner (Artist)
    "Homeless" Tom Stiner
    Sweeeeeet........love it bro!
  • Dreamscape Divers (Artist)
    Dreamscape Divers
    Your music is so cool with it's retro sound. Love it!!!
  • Tim Mungenast (Artist)
    Tim Mungenast
    Very very good stuff: the singing, the writing, the guitar sounds, it's all a very enjoyable listen from a man who has obviously seen and done a lot in his life.
  • MykoMan (Artist)
    MykoMan
    "Under This Gravity" is a great tune! Enjoying my listen here !! Stop by my page when you can, let me know what you rhink. Your support is greatly appreciated. ~Mykoman
  • Tommy Galione (Artist)
    Tommy Galione
    steely dan feel great stuff lovin it thanx
  • Bonde (Artist)
    Bonde
    Hi sapphiresage! Great music! God bless you! Happiness!!! Success!!!

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  • Playing my Drachmann at home

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Bio: I'm a guitar player that writes songs with lyric. My name was credited as a participant on the Methods of Mayhem: A Public Disservice Announcement CD by Tommy Lee and produced by Scott Humphrey. Also, a credit on the Stever's Playground Public Playground single.
I've lived in So Cal my entire ...See Full Bio

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Posted a new song: "Always Only You" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/51lqgo #music

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Q: Where did you find that image you use on your page? I saw it while proofreading textbooks back in 1995 and never saw it again. (Good thing I xeroxed a copy.)

A: Thanks for your question. If you are talking about the icon, it is my piano with some wine labels I peeled off and took a picture.If you are referring to the space background with the guy in a craft-like object, it is an isolated view of a larger fresco painting from the year 1350. The actual fresco is on the altar of a church in Kosovo.

Asked by Tim Mungenast. Answered on Sat Jun 07 2014

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