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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Waybacks, 6-13-2008

The Waybacks are a San Francisco based band.  They play an interesting mix of contemporary acoustic music.  These guys are very talented musicians and they have fun and let it show while they perform

The Waybacks
"On Track For The Cure"
Science Museum Of Virginia
Richmond, VA

-Disc 1- Set 1
01. New Orleans
02. The River
03. Been Around
04. Loner
05. Right Under My Nose
06. Good Enough
07. Gulshion Island
08. Conjugal Visit
09. Rains
10. Black Cat

-Disc 2- Set 2
01. City Boy *
02. Everything Fades *^
03. In The Night
04. Savannah
05. Beyond The Northwest Passage
06. Tired of Being Right
07. Saint Stephen-> The Eleven-> *
08. Bright Place-> Moby Dick Jam-> Bright Place *
09. Tennessee Blues *

Show Notes:
* Featuring Danny Barnes on Banjo
^ Featuring Danny Barnes on Vocals

A concert Benefiting VCU Massey Cancer Center


  1. Arizona you seem to love word games. Atheism isn’t a belief. I live my life without the need to believe in anything but me. I’m a good person and need no mythical beings to underwrite that fact. Religion and “belief” are (or should be) private things, not public - believe what you like, but leave the rest of us to get on with our lives. Too many religious people put others down and try to foist their ideas on others. God is an idea in your head (and the heads of others) keep it that way and we will all get on just fine.

  2. This is my blog and it's about me. My beliefs are a big part of who I am. So of course it will BE in MY blog. And what you just shared you believe to be true and thus is your your belief. And one that you just shared in "public" or rather on MY blog. When claiming you think it be kept private. Looks like a double standard. And yes Atheism is a belief. It is what you believe (that there is no God). That is not a word game but a fact. I'm glad you think you are a "good" person. Define "good". By what standard are you making that subjective judgement?

    No one is "Foisting" their ideas on anyone. You come here by choice and can read what you want or don't want. Funny you don't like "religious" people puting down and forcing their views on you but you have just done that to me by putting your own hang up on me on my own blog. And one more thing. Jesus is not a "mythical" being. He is one of the most documented historical figures of all time. You just can't make him go away by claiming Him to be myth. And the amazing things He did are fact not myth. Investigate with an honest and open mind and you will find truth.

  3. Hi AZ. Thank you for sharing your life in the form of music, photography, and belief. I take great joy from your kindness, no matter what my own beliefs may be. Truth is a very rare and wonderful thing, to be found by each in his own way and time. I am happy that you have found your own. All the best to you.


  4. Hey Iggy. Good to see you. Differing beliefs are OK. Limit of expression is not. I take pride in the fact that I don't delete comments with views differnt than mine. I belive that there is one truth. If we believe it or know it or see it or agree with it does not change it. That by definition is what truth is. I might be wrong or you might be wrong but truth just is, and is in never wrong. Some things are just obvious truths others are not. Take what you see of value and leave the rest.

  5. Hi AZ. Believe it or not (and I can surely understand "Not"), the older I get the more I come to understand that there are many truths. Most of the time I can see only one - mine. But often my loved ones see another truth, and I know now that they're right, too. The most important lesson I have learned is to allow others their own truth, 'cause it may be the one with the capitol "T" instead of mine. That's why I'm happy for you.

    Thanks for the spectacular new listings. Made my day. And that's the truth.


  6. Iggy we will agree to disagree and thats OK. Unless. . . . . . It's a life and death situation. And then if you belive the building is not on fire and I know it is I'm going to try to get you out of that building. Because I would not any man to perish.

  7. You see there is now way I can't share my faith in Jesus. Not sharing is saying I think you should go to hell. Jesus is shouting "over my dead body" literally. So thats why no one should take offense. It is about intention. We as Christians don't feel we are better, or think less of non Christians. We just see danger and are trying to get you out of the way. And in many casses Christians sacrifice greatlly in doing this loving act. You think I have a ton of free time to run this blog? This IS the reason I do it.

  8. Believing is one thing, application, of course, is quite another. We all can be more refined, no matter what we believe. And time, certainly how we spend it, is a measure of how we apply what we believe, and the value we assign to ourselves and others, beginning with those closest and moving out...if you are to be true.

  9. Even Satan and his demons know who Jesus is. They just don't choose to follow. So it ALL comes down to application. Following God's will and plan for my life. So I can be used by Him to do His will. It give purpose, and reason and life abundant. Not a life free of problems but a life with direction in spite of them.