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VIOLET Is The first and only child of Rambova Records. Violet One Publishing came on the scene in early 1998, was found wandering in the Hollywood Hills and was registered with BMI. She called herself Violet. The Violet One. Evidently the Muses were amused and soon thereafter, she was responsible for taking herself to Paris in the Fall of ‘99. Violet primarily resides in the Digital Domaine and appears to us in this unlikely format in order to lighten her load in the Metaphysical World. Audiophiles, Biographies, ...
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VIOLET Is The first and only child of Rambova Records. Violet One Publishing came on the scene in early 1998, was found wandering in the Hollywood Hills and was registered with BMI. She called herself Violet. The Violet One. Evidently the Muses were amused and soon thereafter, she was responsible for taking herself to Paris in the Fall of ‘99. Violet primarily resides in the Digital Domaine and appears to us in this unlikely format in order to lighten her load in the Metaphysical World. Audiophiles, Biographies, Text , For review : http www gashousedave.com. Nitrous your search Engines. XLIBRIS.com

Author Biography: David Randall Shorey has put together a collection of songs and lyrics of tunes that appear in Terra Nova, ( USA) , Dixiefrog, ( Paris, France) CD's and in his blues sets with his band. On one level it is a group of tracks made into records; Leavin' the Plantation, Hollywood After Dark, Deep Blues 9, Live Adventures of Gashouse Dave and the Hardtails, and on another level it is the remains of a Seperation from a large body of work called FLARES and Other Motor Episodes, (474 pg Book).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738855257
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 12/28/2000
  • Pages: 157
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2001

    Violet

    Flares and Other Motor Episodes was 175,000 words and had to have the music dismantled from it. An editor at XLIBRIS suggested Flares be divided into two Volumes. Violet got a clean pass at the Literary runway. The 3rd book RED DIRT and STARDUST is a followup from the massive 800 pg Flares, and concludes with an Escapist route to Mohave and early Hollywood. In the styles of Chester Himes, Jack Kerouac, Robert Anton Wilson and Ishmael Reed's best reveries. Violet is the transitional point; RE/ music/ moving from analog to digital.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2001

    Violet

    If you wanted to escape the past and still be true to the blues, and you wanted to read up on the current relevant themes- this is a gem. The records are available through the search engines of Gashouse Dave. The Los Angeles Times, Downbeat,Cashbox, Living blues, Blues review, from Hollywood to Paris made a point to cover this bag. Thumbs up.

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