am soo-o impressed, not only by (Dusk’s) wonderful singing voice, but also
by the music, the words, the group of musicians, the photos, and the entire
album! Can’t wait ‘til I can tell people, 'I knew him when…'"
great! Love the “Santa” song!"
home cooked, Spring hatched masterpiece of a recording…love it!"
songs, without a doubt, are 'She Doo Voodoo' and 'Who’s Fooling Who?'"
daughter, Abigail, came into my office this evening saying, 'Daddy, I like
this; it’s one of my favorites.' The song playing? 'God Is a Verb.'"
and well recorded. Believe it or not – and it may be showing my relative
lack of exposure to contemporary popular music – this the first CD
(hopefully not the last) that I ever bought which starts out with a father
an’ son seed spittin’ contest. A very nice touch."
wonderful. I love the lyrics…such a great voice."
"I am highly
impressed…a great voice for country music."
tunes!! All this has me wanting to learn slide guitar, autoharp, and some
playing in alternate tunings."
"Congratulations on the wonderful job…it sounds fabulous…the musician are
enjoyed Dusk’s disc – especially his cover of 'Billy the Bum.'"
know, these minor complications that have been occurring in my life of late,
well now I just refer to ‘em as a 'Truckload of Venomous Snakes.'”
great!!! A wonderful voice, and I UNDERSTAND everything…which is especially
nice. Entertaining lyrics, and just a 'lay back, relax, and enjoy piece of
work.' It’s just the best! My favorite song… 'Leslie.' Truly beautiful."
to some cuts from your new CD. Great stuff. I really love your 'rich,'
great. It’s rare to find an independent release that nails all the little
details of co-ordinating all those guest stars…lyrics are so unique that
I’ll have to listen a few times and study them…your voice sounds too good
for John Prine songs."
sounds great, from the soft crystalline blend of the acoustic instruments on
'Leslie' and 'We Spat Grape Hulls' to the insane electric wildness of 'She
Doo Voodoo' to the happy, somewhat maniacal accordion on 'Truckloads of
Venomous Snakes.' I just love the almost surreal combination of rock and
roll wildness and absolute fun in 'Who’s Fooling Who?' It is total fun…yet
the whole situation is a subtle metaphor for a fairly deep point about how
we fool ourselves in this life. All in all, A very impressive production,
and a delight to listen to."
"I opened it
up and read the titles and laughed, 'This is going to be great already!!!'
I put it in and smiled a big grin and yelled, 'He Haw!!!' Great CD!!"
writer. I hear new things each time I hear that song (God Is a Verb), 'till
you wonder where UP went, and where it has gone with your girl'…funny! And
I caught Yvonne singing along the last time I played it."
"This is some
of the most fun and entertaining music I’ve heard in a long time. Dusk is a
very good storyteller…witty and comes up with the unexpected as part of his
regular fare. I feel like I’m having a little party in the car as I ride
"I love your
new CD!!! Connie MADE me listen to it the other nite, and now I’m hooked!"
"It has been
a long time since I have heard anything as original as this. Several
songs…are right up there with the very best."
"The CD is
great, the sound quality is outstanding."
recordings are superb and have been known to cause ear-to-ear grinning and
spontaneous outbursts of mirth…incredible voice captured faithfully on a
quality recording with a variety of songs and styles."
"The CD is
here and it is a remarkable piece of work. And it does sound great on my
rig. Congratulations to all concerned with the project."
"A wonderful voice and
presentation. Who would ever have thought that a 'Huck Finn' look-alike
would turn out to be such a wonderful writer, songwriter, singer, and
"We’ve never heard anything so funny
as the yellow jacket song."
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