Soundstage Revisited – July 18, 2008

Sometimes I do different things in this blog. Perhaps I will take the book Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy – along with contemporary metaphysical writers, like Joel Goldsmith and Emmet Fox – couple them with the Presence of God by Catholic writer Brother Lawrence – and practice seeing the world like God sees it “outside of time”. This will probably invite criticism from both conventional theologians, as well as contemporary metaphysical churches.

Other times I might engage in a persona. Maybe in the future I will take the persona of a contemporary Eastern guru figure Swami Moochananda. You see, I am an ordinary person, like all of you. I don’t claim to be an embodiment of a famous yogi, an avatar, a Buddha, an incarnation of a famous God or Goddess, or God incarnate. I just researched the ancient tonic Soma, and now I know the secret process. You take ordinary water, charge it with electricity in a certain way, and chant secret mantras over it. Now you have “instant enlightenment”, and it is available to everyone, at a modest fee. Of course, the effects only last a few hours. o

But today I will talk about music. Last night they played part 1 of Stevie Nix playing on PBS (USA). Now I will reproduce a blog entry I created on March 20, 2008, entitled What’s True About Famous Singers. Now I will admit nothing, as I “see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil.” But I am reprinting this blog entry:

What’s True About Famous Singers :

  1. Stevie Nix recently ate at a restaurant in Geneva, Illinois. She is rehearsing a PBS special with Kenny Chesney.
  2. Paul McCarthy did a duet with Brian Wilson, from the Beach Boys, at a private dinner party.
  3. I spent a good amount of time with a gourmet cook, who went to school with Mick Jaggard, of the Rolling Stones. He was the cook on several tours, conducted by the Rolling Stones. This person also toured as a cook, with other well-known groups and singers.
  4. A person I knew, who was an Elvis impersonator, called up the management of a concert auditorium. He asked to reserve some tickets for an old army buddy to see his concert. The person got the tickets free of charge.
  5. John Denver was wandering by himself, in a Chicago bookstore, when a friend of mine engaged him in private conversation.
  6. Mick Jaggard doesn’t drink or smoke, has a rigorous daily exercise routine, and is a vegetarian.
  7. Paul McCarthy likes his staff to smudge (burn sage) before he commences a concert.

Which of the above is true? Well, I really won’t say (even if I did know).

Randy Kemp

www.randykempcopywriting.com

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