Archive for May, 2008

2008 27 May

Henry and I are sorting out the order of our album we will put out soon. The songs are all very nice. You’ll experience the raw organic world of the Ragas as it was back in 2000 in Los Angeles. It’s part of my history and of course a part of the underground Byrds scene. […]

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Published in Music
2008 26 May

I posted my albums 2002 “California Daze” and 2008 “Busted In Bulgaria” at the Jamendo site. It looks like I’m making waves with some people. Not sure who but here are the numbers from Jamendo. As of today’s date May 26, 2008 Busted in Bulgaria: Album information Genre Indie Folkrock Psychedelic 2008 Release May 19, […]

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Published in Music
2008 24 May

Jingle Jangle Morning Written by Jim Guittard Copyright © 2007 by Jim Guittard Registered, WGAe #155425 “JINGLE JANGLE MORNING” FRANK IS A SLIM RED-HAIRED 26 YEAR OLD. HE TRIES TO PLEASE EVERYONE TO AVOID FREAKOUTS AND CHAOS BUT IN THE LONG RUN HE HURTS HIMSELF. HE IS FROM A DIVORCE FAMILY. THEY FOR THE MOST PART […]

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Published in Family, Life
2008 24 May

Let’s face it, we cannot prevent terrorist attacks but we can prevent the fear that we are ruled by. All it takes is some corrupt American official to be paid off and a terrorist attack could occur in any airport anywhere. There is no way to control people’s insane corruption and allegiance to money and […]

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Published in Society
2008 22 May

The creative pursuit is one of the most important things one can do. Sometimes the creative types are a bit fiery and extreme in their thinking. But, isn’t this good though? Creative types bring the passion into society and really are the catalyst to make things happen. More and more people in America are waking […]

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2008 19 May

2008 – “Busted In Bulgaria” 2002 – “California Daze” “Busted In Bulgaria” is a collection of songs that document living in a strange land. During a two year period, the tracks were all recorded in a raw stripped down way on a laptop using Adobe Audition 2.0. The songs range from psychedelic, shoegaze, folk-rock to […]

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Published in Music
2008 17 May

McCain’s recent talk about the Iraq War time schedule seemed a bit comical. I am really not sure what is going on in his head. He said the following in Columbus, Ohio to reporters: “It’s not a timetable; it’s victory. It’s victory, which I have always predicted. I didn’t know when we were going to […]

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Published in News
2008 14 May

From my journal on May 5, 2004 – Dallas Texas I went to see the movie about Rodney Bingenheimer called “The Mayor of Sunset Strip.” He is a guy that hung with many of the core music people of the 1960s and 1970s. Rodney was Davy Jones’ double for the Monkees Television series. Rodney knew […]

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2008 13 May

SAMPLE Press Articles Enjoy! Tuesday, April 29, 2008 Nothing “Flat” About Flat People’s Bob Guittard Digesting music from a steady bowl of oldies, with large sprinkles of the Beatles on top, Bob Guittard developed an interest in music very early in life thanks to the combined influences of his father and brother. “I played violin […]

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Published in Family, Good Music, Music
2008 10 May

Journal entry from August 13, 2005 I caught the BJM show here in Dallas on Saturday night. It was different but really glad Anton chose to play. The preceding shows in Palm Beach Florida and Orlando were cancelled. The Quarter After, the opener, was good as usual. I had seen them in L.A. Before the […]

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