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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2005 9:06 pm 
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If steelguy has his, then I should have it when I get home tonight (I'm NYC metro area). Can't wait.

Thanks Robbie!


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I got mine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:D :D :D :D :D :D

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My copies arrived today. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I opened the package.

Robbie,
You have performed an outstanding, masterful job! You have taken the Comp CD production to a higher level. The overall package presentation is highly impressive and the booklet is stunning (except for page 36). It isn’t very often that I have to put on my reading glasses, but reading page 36 required a bit of reading aid. :D

It was interesting to read that Rick Calcagni (of Birdz Sessions) also grew up in the great state of Rhode Island!

I’m thrilled that it arrived today. I have one more day at work (Wednesday), packing on Thursday, and then I’m south bound for an extended two week vacation.

The Comp CD will surely accompany me during my travels.

Musically, I think of myself as a turkey.

Once again I was allowed to soar with eagles.

Bravo, Robbie for the time and effort that you put into this.

And my sincerest appreciation is extended for all the musical magic presented by the contributors.

Great stuff :!:

Randy


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Haven't listened yet but I've been paging thru the very impressive companion booklet. Muy bueno Robbie!!

I'll give it a listen and a look after everyone else here gets settled down.

Too cool Rob! :thumbup:


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Robbie UNBELIEVABLE is all I can say. What a great set of CD's!! You produced an outstanding CD set. I doubt anyone could top this effort. I can't beleive how many gems are on this CD. What great artists and we are proud to be along side such talent. This will provide many hours of fine listenting. Also, Robbie the packaging is excellent and very professional. It must have set you back a bit. THANK YOU!

GREAT JOB ALL>>>>

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Man o Man Robbie!
You(and all that helped you) put some work into this. Holy shit.
This is fairly incredible. I'm listening now, and it sounds great.

Much respect.

Tony


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Looking forward to a copy. Sounds like a great job was done on it.

Randy, as I recall, you did a fantastic job on the first one as well.

Hats off to both of you guys for all your efforts. I only wish that I would have gotten something done and participated in it. Oh well, great job guys. I'm really looking forward to it.

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Oh, I almost forgot....


Randy, get your avatar back on and stay damnit! :lol:

Looks like my ouija board is working. :shock:


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Picked mine up yesterday!

Holy Mother of God! It's the equivalent to a small record label's entire annual output!

Well done Robbie!

I've listened to half of it... clever bu**ers aren't we. :D

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Rich wrote:
GREAT JOB ALL>>>>
Rich


Apologies. I got so carried away I forgot to mention you guys who gave Robbie help.

Well Done!

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Was in my mailbox last night....

Awesome job.....it really is fantastic!

Thanks again Robbie.


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mrskygod wrote:
I got mine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:D :D :D :D :D :D


Wait a minute - how did yours get all the way to Texas before mine made it to Michigan? :cry:


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Came in loud and clear in Northeren Vermont yesterday. Truly a grand opus...had problems in the car playing the discs...but this car is known to be cagey with certain CDS's so I can't wait to get it in a real player.
Astounding!
Gargantuan!
Stupendous!
One big mother!
Just the postage on the collective mailing must have set you back a lot of herrings...or is it gouda?

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You know...you folks write some really fine tunes. The international flavor of the music is very cool.


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Rich wrote:
You know...you folks write some really fine tunes. The international flavor of the music is very cool.


It's really great, isn't it? 8)

I heard all the tunes dozens of times and they still amaze me.

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I do envy many of you guys for the years of knowledge you've got inside your heads, and for the obvious professionality in your playing and writing... I feel priviledged to share a set of discs with all of you!

It's an honour to say the least!

Mic

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I started with disk 2 last night because I wanted to hear some of the folks for the first time. Wow , there's some great stuff in there. I'll comment on my favorites after I listen to them all.

Tonight ....disk one.

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You said it Mic...I feel so honored to be among greatness....I could not have imagined when I first picked up a guitar three years ago that I would be able to contribute to a collection of music by such awesome and talented musicians/singers/song-writers. Thanks to all.


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I read this thread earlier today, and then went and checked my mailbox.

Empty! :(

Not 10 minutes later, ding dong goes the front doorbell.

I go to the door, and no-one is there.

but, sticking out of my mailbox is my Comp CD!!!!! :lol:

I'm just finishing disc 1. Wow...am I in good company or what! I even have Blue and DC as G-comp song neighbours! :wink:

Anyways, the book and the packaging are amazing. The book is incredible and the international flavour of the musical selections delicious!

I'll comment more once I have a chance to listen to it all, but I have to say on first listen all the songs on disc one are excellent with many stand-outs! I can't wait to hear the rest of the discs.

update: Well, I'm about half-way through disc two and the good vibes continue! I brought my Wallet...lol. That was funny! Anyways, I'm about to hit the road to go see one of my accounts. 90 minutes of driving each way and I plan on loading all the discs into my CD player and listening to the new G-Comp 2005. Plus it's a nice sunny day for driving! Should be a great afternoon of listening.

Thanks Robbie!


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I've never been a fan of our mail system. No offense, but years ago they went all out in an effort to hire minorities, that they didn't really require good english skills. WTF? :shock: How do they read the address and sort properly?

I recall in 1988 I signed up to take the postal exam (can you imagine me going postal?). I bought the review packet and started studying the example examinations. At that very same time a girl that I worked with took the exam, but since she is hispanic, she took the test in spanish. I swear to you that I remember she scored in the mid 70's. Got a job soon afterwards.

Me? I spent 4 years in the military, studied for the exam and took it. No shit, I got the card in the mail (surprise they got the correct address!), stating that I scored 100. I kept that card for well over 2 years to show everyone.

Never even got an interview.

And we wonder why our mail ends up at neighbor's homes. :shock:

Hopefully the cd will make it to me. Here in Lincoln, they're pretty good at getting it delivered correctly.


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