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  • DJPM

    DJPM

    Digging the third (fifth?) album right now, and have also been listening to the fourth (first?)… classic work! Gotta say though, this website needs updatin'! Then again, who has the time? Keep on undaunted Keef! It may be a war that can't be won, but, as the Timorese say, to resist is to win~

    Digging the third (fifth?) album right now, and have also been listening to the fourth (first?)… classic work! Gotta say though, this website needs updatin'! Then again, who has the time? Keep on undaunted Keef! It may be a war that can't be won, but, as the Timorese say, to resist is to win~

  • Smithe173

    Smithe173

    Enjoyed examining this, very good stuff, thankyou . While thou livest keep a good tongue in thy head. by William Shakespeare. cedccagfdaddeggg

    Enjoyed examining this, very good stuff, thankyou . While thou livest keep a good tongue in thy head. by William Shakespeare. cedccagfdaddeggg

  • Smithk83

    Smithk83

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You clearly know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your weblog when you could be giving us something enlightening to read? eccdddbfadkcffcd

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You clearly know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your weblog when you could be giving us something enlightening to read? eccdddbfadkcffcd

  • Smithk83

    Smithk83

    I have not checked in here for a while since I thought it was getting boring, but the last few posts are good quality so I guess I'll add you back to my daily bloglist. You deserve it my friend eccdddbfadkcffcd

    I have not checked in here for a while since I thought it was getting boring, but the last few posts are good quality so I guess I'll add you back to my daily bloglist. You deserve it my friend eccdddbfadkcffcd

  • Murray marling

    Murray marling

    Gen Hamada was my hockey coach Mimico high school late 60's early 70's. Love to get in contact with him. Hope this message gets to Gen.

    Gen Hamada was my hockey coach Mimico high school late 60's early 70's. Love to get in contact with him. Hope this message gets to Gen.

  • jon

    jon

    What a great new CD! Congratulations. I love all of your music before, but I think you have all just raised the bar. Truly, I was impressed.

    What a great new CD! Congratulations. I love all of your music before, but I think you have all just raised the bar. Truly, I was impressed.

  • david6677ll

    david6677ll

    love it,

    love it,

  • Gioca a Poker

    Gioca a Poker

    :), I like your writing in this page, you are helping web people with great knowledge! This web page is much interesting! I´m Maggie, I was born on London, so I am going to be a fan of this web page, my hobbies you may don´t want to know them but I say them anyway I like online poker as well as sports in general, and I also listen a lot Rhiana on my bedroom, I´m without boyfriend now so male users....Just flirting with you guys lol :)! I already tried online dating it didn´t work out very well.... I wrote this comment because as I already mentioned I really enjoy this web site I also have a web community just like you, but mine is vey different from yours, it is about playing poker with real money for free....:) I will also apologize for my language it was the only way I get to communicate with you....Good afternoon to everybody, love you all

    smile, I like your writing in this page, you are helping web people with great knowledge! This web page is much interesting!
    I´m Maggie, I was born on London, so I am going to be a fan of this web page, my hobbies you may don´t want to know them but I say them anyway I like online poker as well as sports in general, and I also listen a lot Rhiana on my bedroom, I´m without boyfriend now so male users....Just flirting with you guys lol smile! I already tried online dating it didn´t work out very well....
    I wrote this comment because as I already mentioned I really enjoy this web site I also have a web community just like you, but mine is vey different from yours, it is about playing poker with real money for free....smile
    I will also apologize for my language it was the only way I get to communicate with you....Good afternoon to everybody, love you all

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    the magic of making up pdf

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  • Frank Daulton

    Frank Daulton

    This is your best CD yet! It has more musical breadth than ever. If I had to choose my favorite elements of your style, I'd say your Incredible voice and lyrics. Of course, this CD features a diverse collection of musicians and instruments that take the music in new directions. Future live performances will push the music into surprising arrangements, and the vibe of a live performance would further warm the ambiance. I'm amazed at how reliable your muse continues to be. There’s no one who makes the kind of music you do.Here's my fast run through the tracks. 1. The Emergent Sea: A live- and big-sound, title-track launch of the CD. 2. Odysseus: The rhythm and lyrics forecast the eclecticism of the CD. 3. Poseidon: The sparse instrument arrangement works perfectly. The CD is reaching critical mass. 4. The Trees Once Grew High: Explosion! Every element falls together beautifully, and the lyrics really are heart wrenching. 5. The Horizon: The campy instrument flourishes work to brilliant effect. There are so many surprises in this CD it’s impossible to get bored listening. 6. E I E I Oh: Enigmatic dynamite. 7. A Man Once Called Me: Whimsical and reflective. 8. Plastic Fire Hats: Brilliant falsetto with a great hook! 9. She Sells Sea Shells: Impressive display of vocal range with a superb melody and arrangement. 10. Saipan: I nominate this for a musical award for lyrics. 11. Long Talk Off A Short Beer: How deceptive your song titles are! They are the emotional tip of your lyrics’ rhetorical depth. That’s one of your music’s essential charms. 12. Ocean Sunset: A charming song with lovely chemistry among the instruments. 13. Grandma’s Telecaster: A Johnny Cash vibe; this is a crossover tune that the Austin crowd would appreciate. 14. Kirk’s Caledonia: Understated brilliance. 15. Eclipse of the Earth: A thought-provoker that appproaches the border between “beautiful†and “majestic.†16. Umi/The Sea: This song has a pleasant ‘bonus track’ feel to it – a gift from the artist to the audience.

    This is your best CD yet! It has more musical breadth than ever. If I had to choose my favorite elements of your style, I'd say your Incredible voice and lyrics. Of course, this CD features a diverse collection of musicians and instruments that take the music in new directions.

    Future live performances will push the music into surprising arrangements, and the vibe of a live performance would further warm the ambiance.

    I'm amazed at how reliable your muse continues to be. There’s no one who makes the kind of music you do.Here's my fast run through the tracks.

    1. The Emergent Sea: A live- and big-sound, title-track launch of the CD.

    2. Odysseus: The rhythm and lyrics forecast the eclecticism of the CD.

    3. Poseidon: The sparse instrument arrangement works perfectly. The CD is reaching critical mass.

    4. The Trees Once Grew High: Explosion! Every element falls together beautifully, and the lyrics really are heart wrenching.

    5. The Horizon: The campy instrument flourishes work to brilliant effect. There are so many surprises in this CD it’s impossible to get bored listening.

    6. E I E I Oh: Enigmatic dynamite.

    7. A Man Once Called Me: Whimsical and reflective.

    8. Plastic Fire Hats: Brilliant falsetto with a great hook!

    9. She Sells Sea Shells: Impressive display of vocal range with a superb melody and arrangement.

    10. Saipan: I nominate this for a musical award for lyrics.

    11. Long Talk Off A Short Beer: How deceptive your song titles are! They are the emotional tip of your lyrics’ rhetorical depth. That’s one of your music’s essential charms.

    12. Ocean Sunset: A charming song with lovely chemistry among the instruments.

    13. Grandma’s Telecaster: A Johnny Cash vibe; this is a crossover tune that the Austin crowd would appreciate.

    14. Kirk’s Caledonia: Understated brilliance.

    15. Eclipse of the Earth: A thought-provoker that appproaches the border between “beautiful†and “majestic.â€

    16. Umi/The Sea: This song has a pleasant ‘bonus track’ feel to it – a gift from the artist to the audience.

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Jan31

Roman Rhodes & The Born Again Pagans: 13th Amendment

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The Blarney Stone: Shinsaibashi, Position Tag B1 Kohda Bldg 2-5-27 Higashi Shinsaibashi Chuo-ku Osaka 542-0083 Telephone Tag 06-6484-2220, Osaka

January 31st is the Anniversary of the 13th Amendment of the U.S. abolishing slavery. As Pagans we celebrate the freedom and respect the rights of all peoples. Come celebrate this historic day with us at the Blarney Stone, where travelers from around the world mingle, mix and drink to music.

Pagans Lineup:
Moray Crawford: Drums;
Kim Kanel: Harmonica & Vocals;
Koji Masuda: Lead Guitar;
Roman Rhodes: Vocals & Acoustic Guitar;
Mark Williams: Bass.

Jan17

Roman Rhodes & The Born Again Pagans

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The Blarney Stone: Shinsaibashi, Position Tag B1 Kohda Bldg 2-5-27 Higashi Shinsaibashi Chuo-ku Osaka 542-0083 Telephone Tag 06-6484-2220, Osaka

In January one should celebrate the return of the Sun as they do in Patras, Greece on January 17th, with the thousands of years old carnival of the sun, a festival of dancing, drinking, treasure hunting and merry making. It ends with the Burning of the King. There are kings in need of burning! Come merry make, dance, drink and celebrate with the Pagans at the Blarney Stone!

Lineup: Moray Crawford: Drums;
Kim Kanel: Harmonica, Vocals;
Koji Masuda: Lead Guitar;
Roman Rhodes: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar;
Mark Williams: Bass

Dec31

New Years Eve Bash!

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Murphy's Irish Pub, 〒542-0085 Osaka, Chuo Ward, 5, 心斎橋筋1丁目5-2 2F , Osaka, Osaka

New Year's Eve is always a gas at Murphy's with local nationals and expats and travellers from around the world coming in to celebrate in true multicultural/ international style. The Pagans provide the sound track with their excellent mix of 60s & 70s classics, recent hits, and plenty of powerful originals. And on this night

Original Pagan's Bass player Mark Williams is back. Longtime favourite Moray Crawford on Drums. Tsuyoshi Matsuo's blues cry on electric, and yours truly, Roman Rhodes.

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