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Something Simple [Feb. 29th, 2008|12:49 pm]
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For those waiting excitedly for the new album release next month, there are finally samples online. If you check out the Amazon MP3 store, they have 30-second clips of all the songs from the new album. They're also accepting pre-orders for the physical disc for $18.98, but I still feel like I'd like to wait until it goes on sale at Stuart's site (if he's still going to sell the new one directly).

It looks like 3 are new versions of old songs (Nothing In Between, Sugar Bullets, and Universe Communion).

Just wanted to share...
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Dharmapalooza 2006! [Jul. 31st, 2006|11:47 pm]
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Bring it. Oh, eht's ah-eddy beh' brough-EN!! You're all invited, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Zoroastrians, Buddhists, Hindus, Agnostics, Atheists, Sikhs, and Bahai! (Ahem. Sorry, no Scientologists). We want you all. Just bring your love and get ready to rock.

Every year, I host this special event, Dharmapalooza. We get together, meditate, learn some new stuff about love and being a human, and we party our asses off at a killer rock 'n roll show. This year is going to be the best one ever. Are you kidding me? We have landed the ultimate special guest: Zen Master Genpo Roshi. You do not want to miss this event, and you will if you don't secure a reservation. There are 100 spots available. No more, no less. They will go fast.

Here's the skinny:

When: October 27, 28, and 29.
Where: Boulder, Colorado. Events will take place at the Shambhala Buddhist Center in downtown Boulder and at Trilogy Music Club (they are right across the street from each other).
How Much: $99 (US). That price includes a full day of Big Mind with Genpo Roshi, a live concert with Stuart Davis (and band) at Trilogy, and one meal. All attendees must arrange and pay for their own travel to and from Boulder, accomodations while here, transportation to all locations, and meals. The fee is due upon arrival on Friday Night, and it goes toward covering rental cost of the music club, meditation center, staff for each event, and Genpo Roshi's travel and expenses. I am just out to break even on this one, and this is the lowest fee we can charge and still do that.

The event schedule is:

10.27 7pm, Group Dinner at Red Fish
10.28 10am, Shambhala Meditation Center, Boulder / Introduction by Stuart
10:15 Meditation
11am Lunch (on your own)
12:30pm Big Mind with Genpo Roshi
6pm Group Dinner at Trilogy (restaurant side)
8pm Stuart Davis Concert at Trilogy (music club side)
10.29 12 Noon Group Lunch at Immersive Studios, Boulder (this is where attendees get to do their thing, perform, exchange info, etc.)

To reserve a spot, email Stuart directly stating how many people will be in your party. First come, first reserve, 100 spots only. The Trilogy show will be open to the public (and you will get in free) but all other events are closed and for attendees only.
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new album is fabulous! Boulder show rocked... [Jun. 26th, 2006|03:17 pm]
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It doesn't look like people post much in here, but I wanted to share. I saw my first Stuart Davis show this weekend. One of my friends ( a long time, die hard fan) and I went up to Boulder to catch the show. It was great. He played about 6 songs from the new album, several from the self titled album, one from belle and a few others that I didn't know where they came from. I wish he had played something, anything, from Bright Apocolypse, but he did not. :(   His wife and daughter were there and that was cool. Ara is the cutest little girl ever!  
And I really like the new album.
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DVD Release [Apr. 19th, 2006|01:19 pm]
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Did anyone go to either of the 2 DVD release shows? I wanted to hear some opinions on the DVD.

I've been checking the web site every couple of days over the past three weeks, only to depress myself further at the lack of DVD info, blog update, or site redesign. I'll happily wait as long as it takes, but a fella gets a little anxious sometimes, ya know?
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(no subject) [Feb. 21st, 2006|04:57 am]
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i noticed just now that iowa city's april show is supposedly going to be the dvd release.

i haven't decided if i should be super excited -- because i've been wanting the dvd-with-accompanying-show-cd (if that's what it still is, anyway) that they've been talking about since .. well .. they started talking about it -- OR if i should be rather apathetic as it's not the first announced release (nor would it be the first unrelease, like this fall's unrelease of the new studio album).

so instead, i'll just be excited that there's a show in april :P
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(no subject) [Feb. 10th, 2006|07:54 pm]
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[music |Easter]

I don't know how many people here are listening to the Integral Naked podcasts, but about a month ago, Stuart included a live version of Easter that was really good quality. If anyone hasn't heard it, be sure to check it out. Some of the other tracks are Stuart songs as well, and naturally, the whole thing is very interesting, even the bits that don't have Stuart in them. Since I don't remember seeing something about it here, I wanted to spread the news.

1> Open iTunes
2> Click Advanced
3> Select Subscribe to Podcast...
4> Type http://feeds.feedburner.com/INpodcast and hit OK

I think iTunes options allows you to choose whether you download all the old podcasts at once or whether you can select them individually.

The track's been rolling around in my head a lot lately. I'm really looking forward to this next album.
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If Stu was on South Park [Feb. 4th, 2006|04:45 pm]
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Anyone want to Co-maintain? [Jan. 13th, 2006|03:41 am]
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I'd like to see this community get a little bigger maybe at least semi-frequent posts. I dont think I can do it myself, anyone care to take the reigns a bit?
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(no subject) [Jan. 10th, 2006|12:33 am]
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now that it's 2006, i'm really hoping we hear an update an the cd release date soonish. i've been excited since i returned from outside of stu-land and heard a bunch of the new songs in concert, and it went into overdrive when i heard good weird... :D
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Stuey D Blogs Big Mind [Oct. 29th, 2005|09:03 am]
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[mood |chipperpleasant]

For those interested in the Big Mind process of Genpo Roshi, and/or for those who are fans of Stuart Davis, Stuart is doing a series in his blog where he notates his daily Big Mind dialogue/meditation. It's very interesting stuff.

Stuart's blog is here. It's also syndicated to LJ as stuart_davis.

[Cross-posted to my journal, meditators, and punkmonks]
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