2014 Triumph Street Triple 675R

Posted by on Oct 24, 2015 in Uncategorized

2014 Triumph Street Triple 675R

I don’t know about you, but after seeing bike reviews and introductions of new models and comparisons between different models go by in the motorcycle trade magazines month after month, the desire to have another bike other than what I have becomes overwhelming. I imagine I am not the only one so affected. After enjoying the 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650 Twin for almost three years, the yen for something a little lighter, a little more powerful, a little more refined, started to take hold. That yen was exacerbated by seeing a stunning MV Agusta Dragster 800 in person at a local dealership....

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A Memory of Steve Fromholz

Posted by on Mar 5, 2014 in Music, Uncategorized

A Memory of Steve Fromholz

Buried deep in the frozen heart of a cold Colorado winter long ago, is a warm moment that will always occupy a treasured place in my memory. I have been thinking of the life and times of Steve Fromholz since the day I heard the news, and last night, lying awake listening to the snowplows go up and down Roxborough Drive removing the falling early spring snow, I decided to tell this story of another winter long ago in order to officially say goodbye. 1970. At least that is the year that John Cable and I think it was. It’ll do. It’s close enough. I drove up to Gold Hill high above...

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Reunion at Elmo’s Lab, Austin, Texas

Posted by on Jan 30, 2014 in Music

Reunion at Elmo’s Lab, Austin, Texas

In the process of making a new collection of recordings, I thought it would be interesting and nostalgic to share that process with some old friends in Austin, Texas (Buda, actually, about 15 miles south), a place where the youthful me attended university and spent three and half musically formative years. Through arrangements with John Inmon and Layton DePenning, we gathered for two days at Elmo’s Lab (the studio) to add overdubs to three of the tunes that will be included on the CD: All a Man Can Do, Horses, and Man in the Moon. Layton and I were in a band called Genesee in Austin,...

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