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“Moment” is another piece by Lawrence Eastland, taken around the corner from Dreamland. It shows the sky doing something that even this picture dosen't fully represent, the most important thing is it was this moment that made me want to get out the back.”
The name Band of Frequencies refers to the concept that each person vibrates at a certain frequency with the lowest being fear and hate and the highest being love and compassion. Like radio and TV stations, we also broadcast our particular band of frequencies at any given moment. We are just a Band of Freq's doing our thing to raise the collective frequency through sound.
Lifting the vibe, the bridge kicks in offering a window into the bands recording sessions that went down straight to tape at Blackbox studios. The guitar solo was recorded live in the original session and left only the vocals and swirling organ to be placed masterfully in the mix by Jeff Lovejoy in the overdub stages of the recording.
The following Guitar Method is meant to provide both a practical approach to mastering the necessary skills on the instrument and a simple, practical explanation of the basic theory of music. It is not necessary to understand this musical theory in order to play great music, as many wonderful, untrained musicians have done and continue to do.
This is a picture I took, while living in a tiny yurt in northern NSW, I had a bed over a birthing pool, and the yurt was seriously no bigger that 4 meters end to end. It was in the forest and I think it was more like me living with nature than nature living with me, I still have this feather and it reminds me that the journey is the destination.
Having experienced first hand the trauma of Down with Dengue Fever, I have written this e-book with the hope that it may be of assistance to anyone who is in the first stages of this disease. It may also serve as a guide for families and friends of those who may be Down with Dengue. Particularly those who may not know what to do when they receive a call from a loved one somewhere out in the world saying “I’m really sick, I have Dengue Fever. ”