I planted the seed

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I planted the seed

#1 Post by Filafizz » Sat Aug 25, 2012 12:37 pm

The story about the pond and the history of life, you know what,
back in the past, probably Mr. Vai had similar feelings, back in Sylmar and, of course, at Stucco Blue studio.

Brand new studio, brand new atmosphere, "old" new sensations and a young kid "gas".

I think, in my humble opinion, that from Steve's "idea's shelf" came a little bit of "Flexable's" soul. It's like he captured a bit of that mood, fitted with nowadays technonolgy. It's a lot of years, experiences, equipments, seven strings ahead from that time, but the same verve and same person. We perceive in the DVD that "oh, my God, what a nice new "toy" I've builded right here at home" feeling coming from Steve Vai.

From the first listening I didn't captured that, I thought, "intense", different...amazing, oh, it has a Flexable spirit within...

We can feel powerful songs, graceful ones too, from The Story of light to Sunshine Electric Raindrops. There are a lot of nice melodious flux running on the entire CD.

The Moon and I proves that Steve is in the bastion of great guitarrists, the solo section brings something of Holdsworh's, shure "Vaieristically", a lot of notes with good sense and taste. But it's Vai and have his pond views.

Interesting that in Book Of Seven Seals it looks like that a certain Fenderism (guitar, amp?) is used on that. It recalls Flexable too!!

The DVD is something extra, extra good, extra councelor, extra nice to watch and listen and the intro tune is amazing, strong and impactful.

Finally, I PLANTED THE SEEDS.
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CONGRATULATIONS, with all the respect, STEVE!!!!!!
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Re: I planted the seed

#2 Post by BigBunny » Sun Sep 02, 2012 3:44 am

Filafizz wrote:Finally, I PLANTED THE SEEDS, I took a picture and did not got it right here (how can I put that here?).

CONGRATULATIONS, with all the respect, STEVE!!!!!!
i planted one of the postcards today, here's a pic before covering with potting mix

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to post your photo load it up to your photobucket account :) :peace

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Re: I planted the seed

#3 Post by Filafizz » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:33 am

Thanks a lot, I hope that we harvest good fruits from those "seed cards"!!!!!! :guitar

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#4 Post by kyle am I » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:43 am

maybe they will be weeping china dolls

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#5 Post by Filafizz » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:56 am

And the teardrops are nice, have minerals and could be good for the plant development!!! :roll:

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#6 Post by BigBunny » Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:24 pm

Filafizz wrote:Finally, I PLANTED THE SEEDS.
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CONGRATULATIONS, with all the respect, STEVE!!!!!!
nice one :D :peace spring is finally here in Oz, plenty of sunshine today, looking forward to what pops up :mrgreen:
kyle am I wrote:maybe they will be weeping china dolls
the seeds are tiny. i wonder what weeping china doll seeds look like?

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Re: I planted the seed

#7 Post by green man » Fri Sep 05, 2014 1:29 pm

the seeds have grown since ....

spring:

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now :

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No weeping china dolls no good fruit, steve crew can tell us what kind it is ( i see 3 species ) ?

maybe steve made ​​his "voodoo soup" with :o

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Re: I planted the seed

#8 Post by BigBunny » Sun Sep 07, 2014 4:56 am

green man - the middle photo is an Alisum(sp?) we have quite a few in our backyard right now.

I only planted 1 postcard and sweet stuff all popped up! :lol:

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