I’ll never be judmental of anything. Judmental people are the worst—way worse than those that are jugmental. I mean, they’re just all about jugs, so whatever; jugs are cool sometimes. The judmental ones have absolutely no reason to be on this planet. Take your juds and git!
But, of course, I also endorse not being judGmental of someone’s sexual orientation. It is what it is. Life is life and should be celebrated, not castigated.
like person above i am mildly judgmental of people who don’t spell check.
Kyle Acheson performing the title track off of his new album on the organ at the Wesminster Presbyterian church in Portland OR. (Neither of us really play keyboards. so when we added the foot pedals it pretty much fell apart.)
He told me this song came to him in a dream… or some other place… enough to feel it came to him. he didn’t know Sun River is actually a resort until i told him. theres no reference.
The first day I met Kyle one of the first things he said to me was “Nick i get the feeling that we have a lot to talk about”. And we did. We’ve worked on the inaugural production of “Anon it Moves” show together and have been working on his album for the last month. He’s going to New York very soon. within hours rather than days now. though we’ve known each other only briefly i know he has the raw talent and charisma to make something beautiful in that big city. he’s ready to move up.
Sometimes i write songs. sometimes i even spend time on lyrics… but not this time. It’s still in the demo stage. I might track more synced harmony vocals some day, but I might track more synced harmony vocals some day. But if anyone wants to do something to it i’ll happily give you stems.