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#1 2006-09-27 09:31:00

JeffMartindale
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From: Fayetteville, Arkansas
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"My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

Hello to all, I wanted to announce my new CD that is a combination of Native American flute and Shakuhachi. My primary instrument is the Native American flute, although I have been training on the Shakuhachi for 3 years now. The album is a very calming, reflective, and meditative combination of music. Please check out my website at www.jeffmartindale.com for more information. All the best, Jeff


"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness."
        Mark Twain

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#2 2006-10-05 06:43:49

chrisyluz
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Re: "My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

your page is lovely and your music too
chrisy

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#3 2006-10-09 09:25:16

JeffMartindale
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Re: "My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

chrisyluz wrote:

your page is lovely and your music too
chrisy

Thank you for the kind words. I enjoy the Native American flute and am happy to incorporate the amazing voice of the shakuhachi into my performing. Jeff


"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness."
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#4 2006-10-23 11:53:48

KenC
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Re: "My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

Jeff,

Very nice ! I loved what you did with "Into the Sunset"!!!  As my shakuhachi playing progresses guitar is one instrument i really want to play with.

Ken

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#5 2006-10-25 11:18:42

JeffMartindale
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Re: "My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

KenC wrote:

Jeff,

Very nice ! I loved what you did with "Into the Sunset"!!!  As my shakuhachi playing progresses guitar is one instrument i really want to play with.

Ken

Ken, I greatly appreciate your comments. Into the Sunset was fun to put together in the studio. While I have primarily been a solo instrument performer, I am enjoying playing with other instruments (e.g., piano and guitar). The trick is finding someone who can play as fluid as I do (i..e, not relying on western notation of a particular tempo or time). All the best, Jeff


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#6 2006-10-26 06:02:04

Mike
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From: Essen, Germany
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Re: "My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

Jeff,

this is very special and beautiful music!  Congratulations!

IŽll see if I manage to buy a copy and get it delivered to Germany.

All the best.

Mike


I wish I would have found this instrument much earlier in my life. But I didnŽt know that I was searching for it all those years.

http://www.myspace.com/mikeshakuhachi

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#7 2006-11-30 22:35:28

JeffMartindale
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Re: "My Esteemed Traveler" by Dr. Jeff Martindale

Mike wrote:

Jeff,

this is very special and beautiful music!  Congratulations!

Mike

Mike, thanks for the wonderful comments. They are greatly appreciated. I also checked out your website; I enjoyed the visit and your music as well. All the best to you and your journey with the Shakuhachi. In song, Jeff


"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness."
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