Tim Morse is not one of my artists, but was a journalist of mine for several years, and he's pretty darn proud of his first album, TRANSFORMATION which is progressive rock. Bill Bruford said, "sounds great...unbelievable proficient and will find considerable favour in the Prog community." David Sancious wrote, "Transformation recalls the spirit of progressive rock when genres of music were blended fearlessly and the listener was transported to places that expanded the imagination. If you like original compositions full of energy and the unexpected, you are sure to enjoy it." So contact Tim Morse directly at Starkl9@aol.com.
Boca Raton News music reporter Skip Shefield rescued a green sea turtle this summer, and gave it to a turtle hospital down there. The animal is going to be big someday, and it lost sight in her left eye. Although the hospital original named the animal "Skip," they changed it to Star-Chaser, and ultimately released it to sea. If anyone wants some j-pegs of the animal, please e-mail me. Plus I can connect you with Skip Sheffield, if you're interested in interviewing him on the animal-human connection.
And finally, lots of good wishes to Curt Mason at KKFI (www.kkfi.org), he is currently doing Tuesday overnights there, and hopes to go full time again after he recovers from a heart attack that happened a few weeks ago. Curt just wants to be in touch with folks, and I think that might help him in his recovery. So if you're up late and can get streaming radio online, please check him out and send him a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Anne Leighton at 8:49 PM