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Eric Stuart Band. I first became aware of Eric Stuart as a Voice Actor on several of my daughter's favorite TV shows as she was growing up; Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh, for the most part. Imagine my surprise in discovering that the voice of Brock, James, Seto Kaiba and others was also a musical artist of considerable talent! I was able to find and purchase "Blue, Dressed in Black' and became an instant fan. I have since collected "BombShellShocked" and "In the County of Kings"; I know that several of his fans were disappointed by the recent shift away from metal rock to a more Country sound, but I learned to first tolerate, then enjoy some Country music back in the '80's when I worked at a radio station with a Country Gold/Rock format -- and 'County of Kings' came out at a time when I was in an intensely Country Western state of mind.

The Eric Stuart Band was based out of New York City, but apparently has migrated to Nashville, TN with in the past year. Coincidentally, my daughter's current boyfriend lives in Nashville, and recently we had discussed taking a post-graduation road trip down to Nashville to visit said boyfriend and wouldn't you know? The Eric Stuart band was scheduled to perform that week....

The plans fell through, but I had fun teasing my daughter that I was planning to e-mail Mr. Stuart and let him know that one of his fans was going to be in town, she'd just turned 19, and could he maybe sing "Two Perfect Girls" for her? Hmmmm, maybe just as well we didn't -- Daughter KNOWS where I sleep!

Still, would have been a great trip!
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Eric Stuart Band. I first became aware of Eric Stuart as a Voice Actor on several of my daughter's favorite TV shows as she was growing up; Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh, for the most part. Imagine my surprise in discovering that the voice of Brock, James, Seto Kaiba and others was also a musical artist of considerable talent! I was able to find and purchase "Blue, Dressed in Black' and became an instant fan. I have since collected "BombShellShocked" and "In the County of Kings"; I know that several of his fans were disappointed by the recent shift away from metal rock to a more Country sound, but I learned to first tolerate, then enjoy some Country music back in the '80's when I worked at a radio station with a Country Gold/Rock format -- and 'County of Kings' came out at a time when I was in an intensely Country Western state of mind.

The Eric Stuart Band was based out of New York City, but apparently has migrated to Nashville, TN with in the past year. Coincidentally, my daughter's current boyfriend lives in Nashville, and recently we had discussed taking a post-graduation road trip down to Nashville to visit said boyfriend and wouldn't you know? The Eric Stuart band was scheduled to perform that week....

The plans fell through, but I had fun teasing my daughter that I was planning to e-mail Mr. Stuart and let him know that one of his fans was going to be in town, she'd just turned 19, and could he maybe sing "Two Perfect Girls" for her? Hmmmm, maybe just as well we didn't -- Daughter KNOWS where I sleep!

Still, would have been a great trip!

Ouch!

Jul. 19th, 2006 09:40 pm
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I think I may have broken two toes on my left foot. I was a klutz and didn't pick up my feet and bashed it into the side of the bath tub while getting into the shower Sunday night.... You'd think they'd be all swollen, right? but they aren't, they just hurt near constantly....

YATTA! lovely person on 'playthedamnedcard' gave me download addy for ESB, and my old college buddy who not only has DSL but also CD burning capabilty has done the dirty and I'm going to get My Lovely EricStuartSama music when we meet for coffee Friday night!!!!!!

Now all I need is my "Descendants of Darkness" DvDs!

Woo-Hooo!

Ouch!

Jul. 19th, 2006 09:40 pm
not_hathor: (Default)
I think I may have broken two toes on my left foot. I was a klutz and didn't pick up my feet and bashed it into the side of the bath tub while getting into the shower Sunday night.... You'd think they'd be all swollen, right? but they aren't, they just hurt near constantly....

YATTA! lovely person on 'playthedamnedcard' gave me download addy for ESB, and my old college buddy who not only has DSL but also CD burning capabilty has done the dirty and I'm going to get My Lovely EricStuartSama music when we meet for coffee Friday night!!!!!!

Now all I need is my "Descendants of Darkness" DvDs!

Woo-Hooo!
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Well, I am disgustipated. About two months ago I tried to order Eric Stuart's "BombshellShocked" CD through BORDERS and they told me flat out they couldn't get it.... so I tried BARNES & NOBLE, who said 'okay, no problem' --- well, yesterday while we were out and about, I decided to check in person after weekly phone calls that informed me it was on back-order..... my order had been cancelled, because it had been too long a time with no results! The gal at the desk was apologetic, asked if I wanted to try again..... I said no.... It sucks not having credit cards; seems like you can't order anything online without one..... at least The RightStuf accepts Money Orders via snail-mail, but all the GOOD sales discounts are only available if you order on-line with a credit card.

Well, we did it to ourselves, when we declared bankruptcy.... sigh.

The 2nd disgustipated occurance was 'This Ugly Yet Beautiful World' -- it looked good from the NEWTYPE sampler DVD, and the AmVA for the main male character is Braden Hunt, who also dub VA'd Hakkai on the ADV 'Saiyuki' series, so I shelled out 20 bucks at BEST BUY --well, I won't go so far as to say it's bad, just personally disappointing.

Number 3 is that Our local BEST BUY has no plans to carry 'SR Gunlock' in the near future "but I can order it thru the web page using my (non-existant) credit card...."

On the positive side: the "Tactics" DVD, which I bought on a whim, I consider well worth the money.... beautiful animation, intriguing period supernatural setting, and the main charater seems to be a combination Japanese 'Ghostbuster' and 'Sanzo-in-training-without the-cynicism' -- VERY nice.....
not_hathor: (Goku)
Well, I am disgustipated. About two months ago I tried to order Eric Stuart's "BombshellShocked" CD through BORDERS and they told me flat out they couldn't get it.... so I tried BARNES & NOBLE, who said 'okay, no problem' --- well, yesterday while we were out and about, I decided to check in person after weekly phone calls that informed me it was on back-order..... my order had been cancelled, because it had been too long a time with no results! The gal at the desk was apologetic, asked if I wanted to try again..... I said no.... It sucks not having credit cards; seems like you can't order anything online without one..... at least The RightStuf accepts Money Orders via snail-mail, but all the GOOD sales discounts are only available if you order on-line with a credit card.

Well, we did it to ourselves, when we declared bankruptcy.... sigh.

The 2nd disgustipated occurance was 'This Ugly Yet Beautiful World' -- it looked good from the NEWTYPE sampler DVD, and the AmVA for the main male character is Braden Hunt, who also dub VA'd Hakkai on the ADV 'Saiyuki' series, so I shelled out 20 bucks at BEST BUY --well, I won't go so far as to say it's bad, just personally disappointing.

Number 3 is that Our local BEST BUY has no plans to carry 'SR Gunlock' in the near future "but I can order it thru the web page using my (non-existant) credit card...."

On the positive side: the "Tactics" DVD, which I bought on a whim, I consider well worth the money.... beautiful animation, intriguing period supernatural setting, and the main charater seems to be a combination Japanese 'Ghostbuster' and 'Sanzo-in-training-without the-cynicism' -- VERY nice.....

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