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Topic 70 of 100: composition

Mon, Jul 12, 1999 (01:45) | Caryn MacFadyen (caryn)
writing songs gets into the depth of my thoughts.

20 responses total.

 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 1 of 20: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Jul 12, 1999 (14:47) * 1 lines 
 
what typesof songs do you write?


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 2 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (18:22) * 5 lines 
 
Stacey welcome to my lyric corner:

The type of music I write reflects how I am feeling at that particular moment. I usually write about issues which effect us all. Especially about how we as adults respond to one another, whether or not we are effectively communicating with each other properly. I usually allow a limited amount of songwriters and performers use my material as well as I perform them myself. Lately though I have been focusing my efforts and attention towards my three book serial which will be coming out in 2000. I don't
erform as much as I used too. When these books are finished, I do look to creating an all female or partial female musical ensemble, with mainly instrumental and celtic musical influences. Please feel free to express any interests you may have. Even though I am not performing presently, songwriting and poetry are very dear to my heart. As we say back in Scotland: Erin De Burgh! God bless you! Thank you Kindly!
Caryn Mac Fadyen A.K.A. Looking forward to chatting with you.


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 Response 3 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (18:45) * 3 lines 
 
Are these books handwritten are do you have them in ascii form somewhere
yet? What stands between you and have them published? What work do you
have to do yet?


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 4 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (19:04) * 5 lines 
 
Paul Terry How Lovely for you to respond;

Right now my manuscripts are in long hand, ready to be transferred to disc. Then all I have to do is have them ghostwritten and polished and submitted. I am looking at subsidy publishing, so the author; myself has 50% control on how my books are handled from beginning to their release dates. Right now my financial funding is a bit tight, due to other priorities I cannot ignore. Terry I am just getting reclamated again from being in hiding during the first have of this decade, due to my unfortunate sho
ting, and recovery. I was out of commission entirely during this period. I lost a great deal of money, went through 2 major family deaths which directly affect me. The goodness out of this ordeal, it gave me the time to get these books down on paper. It has been along uphill battle, I feel strongly I have come a long way since returning to the states back in 1995. Texas is a whole new experience for me, I have been here many times as a performer or in business. I do love it here, I knew sometime soo
I did want to come here and work my businesses back up here. Dallas though was a great disappointment for me. I was really positive and hoping for different things to happen for me there, but I was wrong. If I would have known about Austin sooner, all of my setbacks would have never happened. I truelly feel things will really smoothen out from here, you will see some great books coming your way soon. Thank You Kindly! Caryn!


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 5 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (22:19) * 1 lines 
 
Are you going to build your own website to promote your books?


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 Response 6 of 20: Autumn   (autumn) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (22:27) * 1 lines 
 
Good luck to you, Caryn, it sounds as though things are going your way for a change!


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 Response 7 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (22:57) * 2 lines 
 
Thank you all! for your kind and caring words, to your question Paul Terry, yes i intend to set up a great website for both book promotion as well as critiquing and rapping! Autumn dear, I appreciates your true interests, maybe someday as we progress, our paths may cross indeed. If you get a chance, you must come across and see our enchanted land. Scotland is an absolute gem in my book, I am sorry, yes I am biased for a great thing! But that great thing is there for everyone to enjoy love! Good luck
o you love and keep in touch! Thank you Kindly! Caryn Kathyrn Mac Fadyen.


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 8 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Thu, Jul 15, 1999 (22:58) * 2 lines 
 
Thank you all! for your kind and caring words, to your question Paul Terry, yes I intend to set up a great website for both book promotion as well as critiquing and rapping! Autumn dear, I appreciates your true interests, maybe someday as we progress, our paths may cross indeed. If you get a chance, you must come across and see our enchanted land. Scotland is an absolute gem in my book, I am sorry, yes I am biased for a great thing! But that great thing is there for everyone to enjoy love! Good luck
o you love and keep in touch! Thank you Kindly! Caryn Kathyrn Mac Fadyen.


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 Response 9 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (06:40) * 3 lines 
 
I wonder if anyone here has ever been to Scotland. Where were you raised
in Scotland, Caryn? And in your website, are you going to put up a sample
chapter or something to tease folks, Caryn?


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 10 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (10:50) * 5 lines 
 
I am from a wonderful and friendly town called Airdrie, a distant suburb of Glasgow, it is about 15 minutes east of Glasgow, we have a great famous Rubgy team called Airdrie Lagers, they have won many legendary games and Cup matches. It had a population of 1500 when I left back in 1965, and it is now between 3000 and 5000. Nice size but still small enough with down home, friendly scottish charm, honest and sincere people, etc. I hope you and your patrons will be able to see this great nation before you
eave this planet. Airdrie is right in the middle between both Glasgow and Edinburgh, so it allows us good access to both cities. Glasgow, haa really sprouted over the last 11 yrs. It was once known unfortunately for its terrible tenament slums, high unemployment and crudeness, due to Glasgow's many years of struggle in the shadow of London and Manchester, down south in England. But not anymore, she has really started shinning very brightly, Glasgow, is now the proud home, of the largest and the most p
estigious Glass enclosed plaza square filled with great shops, restaurants, entertainment, and great hotels around it. Glasgow recently reopened the famous Royal Scottish Art Museum and Institute, it has been visited by thousands since it reopened back in 1991 I believe. These two landmarks are located around Argyle street, Our famous boulevard equiviland to bond street or Park Lane in London, or 5th Avenue, Central Avenue in New york. Some great sights to start your great expedition to Scotland on. E
inburgh is aqhole another story, She is absolutely radiant, gracious and intruguing with the Edinburgh Castle, home to the military Tatoo; a magnificent military pagentry of our changing of the guards; held exclusively inside the Castle Grounds which opens The Edinburgh International Music and Jazz Festival. It is acertainly an event not tobe missed. Many things to see and do in Scotland. Many a famous people have come from our great country. As far as my website is concerned, you bet I will be giving
ll kinds of tantilizing bits and pieces to keep all of you coming back for more. Thank you! Caryn.


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 11 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (10:55) * 5 lines 
 
I am from a wonderful and friendly town called Airdrie, a distant suburb of Glasgow, it is about 15 minutes east of Glasgow, we have a great famous Rugby team called Airdrie Lagers, they have won many legendary games and Cup matches. It had a population of 1500 when I left back in 1965, and it is now between 3000 and 5000. Nice size but still small enough with down home, friendly scottish charm, honest and sincere people, etc. I hope you and your patrons will be able to see this great nation before you
eave this planet. Airdrie is right in the middle between both Glasgow and Edinburgh, so it allows us good access to both cities. Glasgow, has really sprouted over the last 11 yrs. It was once known unfortunately for its terrible tenament slums, high unemployment and crudeness, due to Glasgow's many years of struggle in the shadow of London and Manchester, down south in England. But not anymore, she has really started shinning very brightly, Glasgow, is now the proud home, of the largest and the most p
estigious Glass enclosed plaza square filled with great shops, restaurants, entertainment, and great hotels around it. Glasgow recently reopened the famous Royal Scottish Art Museum and Institute, it has been visited by thousands since it reopened back in 1991 I believe. These two landmarks are located around Argyle street, Our famous boulevard equiviland to bond street or Park Lane in London, or 5th Avenue, Central Avenue in New york. Some great sights to start your great expedition to Scotland on. E
inburgh is aqhole another story, She is absolutely radiant, gracious and intruguing with the Edinburgh Castle, home to the military Tatoo; a magnificent military pagentry of our changing of the guards; held exclusively inside the Castle Grounds which opens The Edinburgh International Music and Jazz Festival. It is acertainly an event not tobe missed. Many things to see and do in Scotland. Many a famous people have come from our great country. As far as my website is concerned, you bet I will be giving
ll kinds of tantilizing bits and pieces to keep all of you coming back for more. Thank you! Caryn.


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 12 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (19:58) * 13 lines 
 
Heavy on that enter key again, Caryn, remember just tap the submit button
once even though it seems like not much is happening. No big deal.

Wow, the Airdrie Lagers, sounds like a beer you'd get in one of those
pubs. Airdrie sounds like San Marcos a bit, halfway between San Antonio
and Austin. And it sounds like Glasgow is booming like Austin, any
resemblence Caryn? You know, I think I'll start a topic on Scotland in
the travel conference so you can enlighten us more, ok?

Yep, keep tantalizing us, Caryn. We can set you up with a website at the
spring for your literary ecommerce if you like.




 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 13 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (21:27) * 3 lines 
 
Fabulous! Fabulous! Yes there is many resemblences between Austin and Glasgow, that is why I chose to move here and hopefully make both Glasgow and Austin my permanent homes. It would be lovely indeed to have a great website for my books, there are many more to follow this trilogy believe me. I will probably reenter the music Ind. again as a active performer, once my books are really going well, I have my production and recording company which I would like to attach to the website; Addmoro records and
roductions, full service TV, Video, Music producing and promotions. Established in 1982 with A.S.C.A.P. as well as the International musicians Guild and Union. I as a songwriter and performer have been a member of A.S.A.C.P. for 35 yrs. I would like to promote some great bands here. I have been in touch with one already, "Wizard Blues Review" is their name, the members are all former legends like myself keeping the great Blues and jazz sounds alive. Wish us luck! Maybe you and your entourage could joi
us! Keep on Rollin'. Thank you! Caryn.


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 14 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (22:16) * 2 lines 
 
What are the names of these band members?



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 Response 15 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Fri, Jul 16, 1999 (22:53) * 1 lines 
 
Why They are Lewis from Jimmie and the Fab T-birds, Danny from 13th Floor Elevator and Ricky Nelson, Michael, no ties to anyone and their new drummer which is very new so I don't know his name yet, but he had heavy ties with Ricky Nelson, Grandfunk, etc! Sorry no last names at the moment. They all consist of 40 plus yrs of fabulous music! Roll on! Thank You! Caryn.


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 16 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Jul 17, 1999 (07:59) * 1 lines 
 
Another Ricky Nelson, wow. Who is this Ricky Nelson?


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 17 of 20: Caryn MacFadyen  (caryn) * Sat, Jul 17, 1999 (15:52) * 1 lines 
 
Come on Terry you know good and well who Ricky Nelson was! Goof Ball!


 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 18 of 20: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Jul 18, 1999 (21:52) * 2 lines 
 
He died in a plane crash.



 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 19 of 20: Alexander Schuth  (aschuth) * Mon, Jul 19, 1999 (12:42) * 12 lines 
 
May I say that I am impressed? A member of the 13th Floor Elevators, no less!
Found a LP with an Austin gig (!) they did late 60ies last year.

Best wishes for the project,

sends

Alexander

Resident Bigot, The Spring




 Topic 70 of 100 [music]: composition
 Response 20 of 20: Riette Walton  (riette) * Fri, Aug  6, 1999 (06:33) * 2 lines 
 
You mean, 'Resident Bigot, Screwed'....
°grin°

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