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Friday, October 13, 2006

Paradise Found

Everybody has a certain sense of paradise: Gold sand, blue water and the setting sun. For Micah Wolf, paradise is as far as the front door. He’s fortunate enough to call Hawaii home. But for the rest of us less fortunate souls, Micah has been kind enough to recreate the melodic sounds of paradise on his debut album, the self-titled Micah Wolf.

As an independent musician, Micah built the album from the ground up – literally. He and long-time friend as well as band mate, Eric DeVine, constructed a studio to record and produce the music. Then Eric handcrafted the guitars, ukuleles and stand-up bass that feature on the album. As if that wasn’t enough, the two then started their own record label, Blockplane Records, to distribute the CD.

In the end, Micah Wolf’s slice of paradise wasn’t so much found as forged. With dedication, passion and the help of his friends, Micah has crafted an excellent album that is filled with the everyday beauty of life.

So if you find yourself landlocked or lonely, not to worry - paradise is as close as your stereo.

6 Comments:

Blogger Who's Your Daddy said...

Cool blog G! I'm diggin it!

12:19 PM  
Blogger G said...

The feeling's mutual...nothing like a little dose of Daily Donkey to let me know there's other surf-challenged people in the world.

12:26 PM  
Blogger Patch said...

Another talented Oregonian writer, what the hells in the water up there.

9:33 PM  
Blogger G said...

Thanks Patch. I appreciate the love, but if I tell you what's in the water up here you might not want to come up and surf with Chum and I. We paddled out yesterday into some wintery-looking water to find nice peaks popping up all along the beach...snuck one in for sure.

9:57 AM  
Blogger Chum said...

That's some good shit!!! OHHH YEAAHH! Where's my brother Ultimate?

6:24 PM  
Blogger wax said...

Gabe'r, nice to see all your hard work come into reality. In and out of the ring... Micah's sounds are great, and the more we can get the message out , the better. Keep it up bro...

3:23 PM  

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