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sue sebastian

March 8, 2012

To the Music Weaver:
I ran across your site some time ago... it is good to know that you continue your love...

Chase Wybenga

August 18, 2011

Hey doc, desided to listen to a bit of your music today. Hope your doing well!!!

Chase

Doug Dunbar

October 11, 2010

I was with the 25th inf. manchus in 1969 & 1970 Douc Dunbar

Vaughn & Patsy(Warnock) Axberg

July 17, 2009

glad to see your life has turned out so well.

Ken Schoening

July 17, 2009

Hi Doc,

We pray you're realizing the Lord's strength and healing each day! I wanted to let you know that I entered your "Tribute to John Wayne" photo in the Orange County Fair and it won a first place ribbon! If you go to the fair, be sure and look for it in the Visual Arts Gallery in the Main Mall. Thanks again for the privilege of "shooting" you!

Ken

Darin Johnson

July 8, 2009

Hey Electric Horseman. How ya doin', pard? Man, glad you're ok. What a freaky thing. Makes me cringe just thinkin' about it. Guess when you hit the big time you can put on your own light show. Ya know I'm kidding. Get well soon, Doc.
Peace Out......Darin J

Erica

July 8, 2009

Hi Doc. Just want to add my encouragement to you for a speedy and full recovery. That is so scary. My thoughts and prayers have been with you and your family. I hope your enjoying the summer. Take care of yourself. Erica

George Williams

July 7, 2009

Doc. I am very happy to hear that you are on the mend. I cannot even imagine what you have gone through. I am looking forward to hearing the updates as you can get them done.

Doc, Thank you for your service to our country. It is because of folks like you that all of us enjoy the wonderful freedoms in this country. When so many people are struggling today for basic human rights, the rest of us need to take time to be grateful for what we have, and not just on the 4th of July. So thank you, and stay well. George Williams

Alyson Cromwell

July 1, 2009

Hi Doc.....Now that it's been made official, I want to be one of the first to welcome you back publicly. Thank God you are ok. I'm glad that you are able to play again. I am sure all of your fans, me included, await the updated songs. Best wishes to you on a continued recovery. God bless...Alyson

Ernest (Ernie) Ramos

June 20, 2009

Hi Doc,

I enjoyed your music. I hope to see you around campus.

Blessings!

linda kaan

May 26, 2009

I was horrified to hear about your accident. Hope you are doing OK. Please give me a call and tell me all about it. (909)247-7705

Sherry

May 24, 2009

Wow Doc! Your music is amazing and so nostalgic. My family all loves your music which includes my grandchldren. It's wonderful to hear them all sing the words to Kick Up Some Dust. And my oldest granddaughter (10) just loves This Old Country Waltz. Your music truly touches the hearts of all ages. I can hardly wait until you are back in the studio making more music. LA Sky is so beautiful and I love all of the songs written for Donna, Your Everyday Girl. The whole CD is just great. Keep writing and singing more songs. BTW I am so happy & blessed you are doing so much better. More time to keep writing and singing. Yippee Yi Yay! God bless you my dear friend.

Stacy

April 17, 2009

Sometimes I'm in the mood for Country, and sometimes I'm in the mood for just a nice quiet love song. When I can't find what I'm looking for on the radio or on a CD, I know I can come here. I play all your Country Music together. My favorite lately is This Old Country Waltz. But I keep coming back to L.A. Sky as well. While it's not Country, it got a special quality that makes me want for more. Just wanted you to know...Stacy

Jamie

April 17, 2009

Hey Doc: Did you hear that Movin 93.9 got flipped? What goes around comes around, huh! Every time I listen to Kick up Some Dust, I remember those days after we lost KZLA, and your song that came out of that. Country Music is never going to go away, because the fans really know how to kick up the dust. J

Linda Hyatt

April 6, 2009

I found it , and I got it ! And I'm a girl !!!

dan

April 6, 2009

Hello Doc. By sheer coincidence (honestly) I figured out where the idea for the CD cover came from. By my count, if all who have guessed correctly have also left a comment in your guestbook, then I'm #4. And like the others who know, I am even more impressed now. If there's only 1 more correct guess left, I'd like to challenge the ladies to get with it. It's guys 4, women 0. All the best, Dan

Alyson Cromwell

April 4, 2009

Hey Doc,
Sorry I don't know what the cover means, but that's a really nice picture of you at the top of the photos. I like the vocals on What Makes a Man and LA Sky. You two guys sound really good together. Take care, Alyson

Wayne Jameson

April 4, 2009

Howdy there Doc. I just sent you my guess, as I also know the answer to the CD cover. I hope I am not too late, but will probably buy a couple of copies anyway. The photo is great, even if I didn't know its meaning. One thing, and I hope this doesn't ruin it, if people have been checking in over the months, there's a clue that can be found...or could have been. It's hard to find now, but it's still there. Anyway, the album is a very classy project, and speaks well of its author and the eras it takes the listener through. The cover just puts it all together, and I can't think of a better idea for it. Your buddy, Wayne

Sandy

April 1, 2009

Hi Doc. I have been listening today to each song in order, and when I get to L.A. Sky, and later Homewood Days and Country Waltz, something comes over me that is really comforting. Your music is like a warm blanket sometimes, and I thought that while I was in this peaceful state, I'd let you know. My favorite section is Homewood Days, Country Waltz, and Pax Dei. I just love those songs in that order. So many have wished you success, and I do too. I will never believe that there's no room or interest left for good music. To the contrary, now is the time when we need it the most. Your songs give hope. I just wanted to say that in this public forum, and thank you for it. Don't ever stop writing and singing your songs.

Ken

March 29, 2009

STELLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

George Williams

March 28, 2009

Doc: I believe that one must be a baby boomer or a certain type of fan (aficionado?) to put it all together. I am both, so I have sent my email guess to you. Like Bill (below), I don't know how it was done, but my gosh, it is very impressive. When you reveal the asnwer to all, people are going to be really impressed. Well done, Doc, very well done. George W.

Linda

March 28, 2009

I'd say it represents the simple man against a cold and greedy world. The true man stands out "bigger" than all the rest.

linda

March 27, 2009

great album cover.

Jamie

March 27, 2009

I think it's a guy thing. But really cool pic. I want one. Jamie

Alyson Cromwell

March 27, 2009

Not fair! I haven't a clue what it means. For the life of me I just can't figure it out. I'm looking for clues from yesterdays comments, and in the picture, and what the heck does deja vu have to do with it?? CSNY?? I give up!
But it is a really nice cover. I agree, you have to sign prints for your fans. Alyson

Darin Johnson

March 26, 2009

Knowing you, it has to do something with someone you admire a lot, and I think I know who that might be. I just need to do some research and then send you my email. Why do I feel deja vu? Peace Out...Darin J

Bill Thomas

March 26, 2009

I know what the cover means. I just sent you my email with the answer. Very clever, very good, and your photographer did a fantastic job. Won't say more, because I don't want to give it away, but very, very impressive, Doc. Have no idea how you did it, but you did a great job. Billy T.

jon

March 26, 2009

Hey Doc....Great album cover. Man, I wish I knew what it means, but it's really cool without knowing. Having heard all the songs on your site, the picture connects to their overall theme, and it's a great shot of you.Jon

Shelby

March 26, 2009

Doc: I have no idea what the meaning of the CD cover is, but I really like it. It says a lot to me, but since I don't know what it says to you, I won't guess. I hope you'll have posters made and sign them at shows. I can't wait for the CD. Shelby

Erica Kennedy

March 14, 2009

Yikes Doc! You snuck another one in on us. I just played Rusted Car and can't wait to hear the whole song. I can hear its potential in the sample. BEAUTIFUL!! Erica

Ken Schoening

March 4, 2009

My kind of music! May the Lord continue to bless you and use you for His glory!

Heather Snyder

March 2, 2009

The songs sound AMAZING!! You should be so proud of this great accomplishment. I can't wait for the next concert!!

Lucy Pendray

February 20, 2009

Your perseverance and accomplishing your dream are admirable! I love the lyrics from my favorite songs…Willoughby and Kick Up Some Dust. The tempo has me swaying and I keep hitting my automatic replay button…YIPPY-KAE-YA!!! I can’t wait for the concept album and to see you in performance so that I can ... Kick Up Some Dust! Lucy

Alyson Cromwell

February 13, 2009

LA Sky..what an absolutely beautiful song. It's breathtaking. I don't know how such songs get written, but whatever it takes, keep doing it. Everytime I check your site I just get more wonderful surprises. You are truly amazing, and why you are not on a tour with a band escapes me! Alyson

Vic Taylor

February 11, 2009

Hello Doc. I found your website quite by accident, but have enjoyed the visit. You have some very good songs on the site. I can tell you have been influenced by the same artists that I like, and you have your own style. Its kind of a James Taylor meets Neil Young, which is a huge compliment.
Just thought I'd leave a little note here and my email for updates. I'll be back. Vic Taylor

Rozana Audisho

February 10, 2009

Doc, I forgot to mention that I appreciate the time you spent in sharing your music with us on the last night of class. You have a nice voice and the song was meaningful. I would love to hear your CD. Where can I get it?

Your Fan,
Rozana

Kelly

February 9, 2009

Hey Doc. I just noticed that you put up a new version of L.A. Sky. This is my favorite song of yours. I just love it. It is so sad and yet in a way hopeful for the tomorrow that always comes. I can only imagine that it's a very personal song for you, as you have chosen not to provide the story behind it. Today particularly (a rainy L.A. day) makes me want to play it. I have played it for coworkers who really love it too. I was getting a little worried that you were slowing down on the recording, but it looks like progress continues.
I also checked out the youtube songs. They're both excellent as well. Please keep surprising us with updates and new songs. I have the feeling we're going to someday say we knew you when. Kelly

karlaypuchi

February 5, 2009

The song is amazing, love it!
I actually love both songs you wrote, you should upload more songs so people can listen to them. They are brilliant.

John Funk

February 4, 2009

The sound quality is a little weak on my computer, but the music and lyrics are pure Doc Waltz, I love it.

Thanks

Shannon

February 4, 2009

Well now, you captured my feelings when I went through my divorce. That was one of the worst times of my life, but life is better now. What I like about your songs is the way you tell the story. The tunes are good and the words paint pictures. Your songs are very real, and that's what I like the most about you. Shannon

Jamie

February 4, 2009

Hi Doc. The songs on youtube are beautiful. Glad to see you (sort of). Don't Cry for the Horses made me cry.

George Gordon

January 19, 2009

I'm one of your students and I picked up on one of your messages. Enjoyed the music and thanks. Your a man of many talents.

Louie

January 12, 2009

Hope you and Donna had a great Christmas, and may you guy's have a great new year. Hey! On the way home we played your CD about six times, and Courtney and Chris both said that it was really good. At work I let our secretary listen to it and she loved it and said that you are real good; Kathy and Kelly also said your CD was really good. This Old Country Waltz is now my favorite. Louie

Bill Thomas

December 28, 2008

Hey Doc. Been playing your CD off and on for a few days now. Not a weak song in the bunch. I think that This Old Country Waltz is your best. Reminds me of someone I see when I look in the mirror. Played it for the wife and she said yeh that's us. She likes that one and Willoughby the best.
Best wishes for a very successful 2009. Billy T.

Ken

December 19, 2008

Thanks for sending the cd out so quickly, Doc. Got it today and have been blasting it out of the speakers...specially Kick Up Some Dust. I have it with some other cd's in random play now, and your songs definately stack up against the others! I wish you all the success you deserve, and you deserve the very best. Am off for 2 weeks now, and getting to relax and enjoy time with the family. Hope you do the same....and take care of that Everyday Girl of yours. Merry Christmas, Ken

George Williams

December 18, 2008

Doc...got the CD and am emjoying it immensely. The packaging is really cool...basic and quite nostalgic....much like one would have gotten back in the general store days...or from Mr. Kirby's Dry Goods Store. Homewood Days is my favorite. But one thing I think is being missed, at least in the recent comments, is the beauty of your song Pax Dei. After reading what message you hoped to bring with the melody, I listened to it again and heard, felt, and saw exactly what you intended. It was there all along in my mind, but knowing now that that was your intention made it even more beautiful. For me, it brings a very special peace over me, particularly at this time of year. Thanks for making such wonderful music, and I hope the new year brings great things to you. Merry Christmas......George Williams (a Knotts Berry Farm kid of the 50's).

Jamie

December 15, 2008

Hi Doc. I received my copy of Country Sampler over the weekend, and finally have your songs (at least some of them) to play in my car. They all sound great, and I really like them all. The packaging was very clever, too! I am soooo looking forward to the album, but this little cd will do for now. Jamie

Linda Hyatt

December 13, 2008

Hey Doc Waltz

First of all I wanted to thank you so much for your CD, I
absolutely love it, such wonderful music .. But I have to tell you,
I made the mistake of playing it this morning on the way to
work .... It took me 20 minutes to get my make up on, and 2
minutes to ruin it, all I did was cry all the way to work! Your
songs are so touching and of course I knew that song was about Donna the minute I heard the first line .. She never told me about it
either... But I do love Willoughby, I wish you good luck with this and I hope to hear it on the radio soon .. Thanks again, I
can't wait to play it for Annette and Derek and Rich .....
Love, Linda

Alyson Cromwell

December 12, 2008

I got the CD in the mail yesterday, Doc, and played it in my car today on the way to work. It sure beats radio. I can't decide which is my favorite, but Drifter and the Angel was such a nice surprise. You should be very pleased, as your songs have such a warm quality to them, something today's music seems to be missing.
Happy Holidays to you, Doc, and best wishes for a great year with the new album. Alyson

Erica

December 11, 2008

Hi Doc. Looks like the CD is being received by a lot of your fans. I got my copy yesterday as well. It's all I knew it would be, Doc. Congratulations on a wonderful release of music. I am enjoying your songs as you suggested..just songs. Still, I know that they are a part of a bigger story, and I can't wait for the rest of it next year. Erica

Ginny Wilson

December 11, 2008

Awesome! I just love it. It is great as it is, just a sweet collection of tunes. I cried when I heard Drifter and the angel, and then played the whole CD over again. I am listening to it right now. Thanks so much, Doc.

Sandy

December 11, 2008

I just got the EP and love it, love it, love it. You sound great, and the songs just flow into each other. What a great surprise hearing "Drifter and the Angel" for the first time. Wow! It brought me to tears. You are so talented, Doc. It was well worth the wait. Sandy

Shannon

December 11, 2008

Hi Doc. I received Country Sampler yesterday, and have already played it several times. The songs are just great. I am going to be playing this throughout the holidays. BTW, I am ordering more copies today for presents, so don't sell them all yet.
Shannon

JoAnna

December 8, 2008

THANK YOU so much my dear friend, for the CD. I received it on Saturday and I LOVE it. I have it on as we speak, here in the office. You sound fabulous! I can just envision you sitting and playing.

Keep it up and let me know when your other one is ready. I want it also!

Have a great day and peace be unto you!

Love ya,

Jo

Rozana Audisho

December 4, 2008

Howdy Doc,

I am listening to your song bullets right now in class as you play it over the speakers. Great melody and I like the lyrics. It gives you the image of what it was like.

CHeers! To great music!

Beverly

December 4, 2008

Thanks for sharing with us Doc!

JoAnna

December 1, 2008

Yippee! I can hardly wait! I'm so excited.
JoAnna

Shannon

November 21, 2008

Everyday Girl is absolutely beautiful, Doc. The intro, the harmonies, the whole thing is way beyond what we usually get with indie songs. Your songs should be on the radio. I hope your CD sells a million copies, because your music is that good, and needs to be heard by everyone. I hope that when this is all done you'll do some shows so that we can hear the songs live. Shannon

Becky

November 10, 2008

so last time i never left a comment; this time i did :) i like the music and pictures! good job.

Kelly

November 8, 2008

Happy belated BD, Doc. Sorry I missed it yesterday. Hope you had fun.

Doc, are you going to tell us about L.A. Sky? Who is it for? What happened? I just love that song, and can't wait for the released version. The mystery is really bugging me, though. Love, Kelly

louie

November 7, 2008

Hey! Happy Birthday, Buddy

I've been trying to remember what we were doing when you turned nineteen, but I can't. Hey! Will you hold one "Country Sampler" CD for me, and hopefully I can get it from you when I'm down your way in December. With the completion of some of your other songs I can't decide which one is my favorite now. I'll call you before we go down your way in December, and have
a great day on your birthday, and I'll talk to you soon.

Take care, Buddy
Louie

Erica Kennedy

November 7, 2008

Happiest of birthdays, Doc. I hope you have a wonderful day. Like all the other posts, I am anxiously awaiting the album (and the EP). Erica

Ken

November 7, 2008

Hey Buddy....Big Happy Birthday to you. Kick Up Some MAJOR Dust today. Wishin' you all the best for the coming year. Ken

Sandy

November 7, 2008

Happy Birthday Doc! I'm ordering the EP today. Can't wait. Sandy

Ginny Wilson

November 7, 2008

Shoot! I wanted to be the first. Too late...the story of my life. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DOC!!!!!!!
Wishing you many more. Have a GREAT day. Ginny

Shelby

November 7, 2008

Howdy Doc Waltz. Happy Birthday to you. Hope all your birthday dreams come true this year. I am so happy to learn that the Country songs are being released for Christmas. Shelby

Shannon

November 7, 2008

Hey Birthday Cowboy. Make it a great one!! I am looking forward to getting the EP. Shannon

Jamie

November 7, 2008

Hi Doc..Happy birthday. We are looking forward to many more years of your music. God Bless, Jamie.

Darin Johnson

November 7, 2008

Hey "Old Man, take a look at YOUR life"....HA! Happy Birthday, Doc. Keep those great songs comin'
Peace Out...Darin J

Stacy

November 7, 2008

Happy Birthday today, Doc. Wishing you many many more. Stacy

Jack Johnson

November 7, 2008

Hey Robert,

Hello and Happy Birthday. Congratulations on your new album. I'm looking forward
to getting one. Congratulations also on all the accomplishments you have achieved thus far. I know there are many more wonderful things in the future for you.

Just wanted to say H.B. and wish you many more.

See you soon....Jack

Alyson Cromwell

November 5, 2008

Hi Doc: Hope I'm the first to wish you a happy birthday this Friday. I love your music, and am ordering copies of the EP for Christmas presents. Sorry that the album won't be done in time, but I am sure the extra wait will be worth it. I look forward to hearing the songs in my car. Happy BD!! Alyson

Sherry

October 23, 2008

Doc I'm really enjoying the progress of this album. I just listened to Everyday Girl about 5 times. It's absolutely wonderful with the addition of the accordion & the harmonies. I love it and your voice is so mellow & soothing. Thanks for sharing your music. I can hardly wait to have your CD in my car. Love you my dear friend.

Jon T.

October 15, 2008

Hey, Doc!

As I am writing this I am listening to your wonderful musical selections. Specifically I am listening to "Kick up some dust." It really reminds me of the kind of material Chris Hillman's Desert Rose Band used to do. Nice tasty stuff! Nice mix on the tracks also (hats off to your engineer)!
For the record, I have always had one foot on the "rock pile" and the other one solidly placed on the country side. When you put the two together, you just can't lose!
God bless and rock on!
j.r.t.

Stephanie

October 15, 2008

Thank you for the invite to check out your web page. (Myspace friend) I will look forward to hearing your songs on my favorite country station.

Stacy

October 12, 2008

Thanks, Doc. I love L.A. Sky. It's beautiful just as it is.
Stacy

Kem

October 11, 2008

Hey...ya snuck one in on us! A new version of Stella. The vocals sound great. That rhythm section is tight! Thanks much....Ken

Ginny Wilson

October 11, 2008

Hi Doc..Sorry that I haven't left a note before. I am really enjoying your music. I REALLY like LA Sky. What a beautiful song. You are a very gifted artist, and I am proud to call you a friend.
Ginny Wilson

dan

October 10, 2008

Great songs Doc. I think I like Stella the most. When will it be done? Are you going to put any of your music on iTunes? It would be great if you would. Dan

Stacy

October 6, 2008

Hi Doc. I have been listening to the sample of L.A. Sky. This is such a beautiful song. Could you finish it soon, and put it up so we can hear it all? I know...some of us are spoiled now. Stacy

Darin Johnson

October 3, 2008

It is about time!!!! Thank you! It's a great song. Subtle changes from what we had on the site, but I noticed them. I love this song....now what can you do about my 401k.......Peace Out....Darin J

P.S. Hey, I took a listen to L.A. Sky. Wow, Doc...where'd that come from? Man, that is so nice....Am I gonna have to say I knew you when?

Sandy

October 2, 2008

Hi Doc, Happy October to you. I just wanted to say that I hope this month is as productive for you as September was. My favorite so far is Homewood Days. It really takes me back in time. Thanks for all the updates and great music. Your commitment to this is really starting to show. I look forward to receiving more updates. Sandy

Ken

September 26, 2008

Doc...Stella's sounding really good. You know I love the rockers, so get 'em done, son.
Kick Up Some Dust and Stella are gonna get them on their feet and rockin'.

Sounding good, Doc, sounding very good! KG

Linda

September 25, 2008

Hi Robert, I just love your music. I cried during your war song..Mary had told me years ago about what happened in Vietnam, so this song just gripped my heart and made it ache! The tears rolled! That's what every song should do.
I loved how your song about your youth brought back my own childhood memories.... Very excellent work and I'm glad it is your passion now to share with all of us. From one artist to another, take care and God bless. Linda

George Williams

September 25, 2008

Doc: A friend told me to listen to your song Homewood Days. Oh my, do I remember those days! We must have been at Knotts at the same time, because my parents took us there all the time. It was free to park and get in, and just so many great times. I remember the gunfights out front, and even the smell of the Calico Saloon. I love your song, as well as This Old Country Waltz. I think the entertainers (Calico and covered wagons) from those days would be very proud and pleased to know that there's such a beautiful song that recalls those fun times. I put my email on your list. A big thanks to you from a brand new fan. George Williams

Jason Johnson

September 25, 2008

Hi Doc,

My dad, Jack, encouraged me to check out your site. I like your style, and the SoCal references in Homewood are nice to hear for this SoCal boy. Love the Viet Nam pics, too! Keep it up!

Linda

September 25, 2008

Dear Doc, (I like it better when I call you your real name). Anyway, I am so proud of your accomplishments-so proud of you for taking the time and energy to complete your goals. You are an inspiration to me to do the same!! Your work and lyrics from the heart are genuine and heartwarming. Congratulations. Love, Linda K

Jack

September 25, 2008

Hey Robert,
Wow! Just when you think this music can't get any better...it does. I love this stuff and Homewood Days sure brings a lot of memories back to an old cowboy. Thanks for all you do. I'm passing this website along to my son Jason because I know he will love it......Jack

Sherry

September 24, 2008

Hey Doc,
Been listenin' to your songs a lot lately and I love how all of the music -lyrics, instrumentals, vocals, etc. are coming together ~ a labor of love for sure. It takes me back to bygone days ~ home, family & friends. Your music really evokes emotion in the soul. Keep letting it flow. If you hear me humming or singing something slightly familiar at work you'll know what it is. God bless you my friend!

Wanda Calnon

September 24, 2008

Oh, take me back to those homewood days...even for a few moments!! Great song!

Bri Guy

September 24, 2008

"All I have is a red guitar, three cords and the truth. All I have is a red guitar, the rest is up to you."
Dillan

The rest is up to you Doc!

Praying for ya,
Brian

John Funk

September 22, 2008

I liked it. Of course your singing is great and when you back it up with the music and the other singers it has a mystical, haunting feel to it.

Press on.

Craig Jenson

September 21, 2008

Doc, The song is great. Thanks for letting me know it is done. Well worth the wait, and all the effort you put into it is very obvious. Best wishes to you, Doc. Craig Jenson

jon

September 21, 2008

Doc...You're kinda becoming a chameleon. Much like another comment, I expected more of a wooden take on Bullets. The final version is just magnificent, and a huge surprise for this fan. This journey you have us on reminds me of something Neil Young might do. You have a range of talent that refuses to be labeled. Thanks for all your songs, and for having the courage to share them with the world. I certainly do hope there's a concert (or tour) with full band. I believe your time has come, Doc! Good for you, Jon.

Shelby

September 21, 2008

Hi Doc: I always look forward to the updates. As a fan of your folk and country tunes, I have to say that I am becoming a big fan of your serious side. Bullets is a remarkable song, with such a powerful message for people of all generations. Indie music has opened up a wealth of talent, and I am so happy that I am along for this ride with you. Shelby

Jamie

September 20, 2008

Hello Doc, I get it, I get it, I get it. I was so wrong when I wrote in March that Bullets was so dark. It stands as one of your best. As part of your album, though, it is even more moving. Knowing that it ends the first movement, words cannot really describe for me how that makes me feel. I have listened to every song today in their proper order. I join the other comments that are being posted today by saying that your music is so beautiful. Since I am somwhat familiar with the songs that aren't here yet, I know this is going to be very special when it's finished. I can't wait. Jamie

Cindy La Fave

September 20, 2008

Dear Robert,
I just finished listening to Bullets...very moving, and beautiful! Thank you for sharing your gift of song, and passion for music!!

Cindy

Alyson Cromwell

September 20, 2008

Doc, I just listened to the released version of Bullets (about 5 times!!). Oh my gosh, Doc, what a song. I remember this one from the 80's, and until today, that's basically what I expected to hear. You made me cry (again). I agree with so many of the other comments on your site...you truly are gifted and blessed, and your music is needed so very much. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Alyson

PS I like Willoughby too!

Jack Johnson

September 19, 2008

Robert,
Great music. Too bad society is not often this reflective. I am encouraged and inspired, as usual, by your fine work. You are a modern day hero....Jack

louie

September 12, 2008

It's been some time since we talked, but in your last email you stated that there was a photo of some guys with some heavy artillery on your web site. I felt honored that you had a picture of us on your web site, don't ask me why, I just do. This morning I was just kicking back listening to your music, reading the news and guest book section, and I always look at the photos. This is something I do about once a week. I really enjoy listening to your songs and "Kick up Some Dust" is my favorite.

Well, the morning is almost gone so I hope to talk to you soon.

Take care Buddy,
Louie
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