Bojko gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “ROOT”:
This is really great!! Cool!! You got a gift keep it up!!
 Apr 23, 2017, 19:21 EDT
Richard Shekari 
thanks a mill Bojko
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John gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “ROOT”:
damn what a groove!
 Feb 22, 2017, 22:38 EST
Richard Shekari 
thanks John, hope you're kool
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Richard Shekari for “ROOT”:
I wish that I had 1/10th your production chops and or interpersonal skills so I could get some good recordings! Very radio friendly. Better than 2Pac. Compliments to the chef as well.

What more do you really have to do with this track, I think it's ready to go...

 Nov 17, 2016, 06:18 EST
Richard Shekari 
Haha 2pac is my mentor. Don't bring him that low lol thanks for the compliment and word of encouragement. Hope you are doing great
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Richard Shekari 
I also believe you have more than you think you do. i can't even play any music instrument...look at how you stroke the strings and singing at the same time. That, is something else.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Yeah, my main problem is a lack of self confidence. Tell that to $gabrielle LOL. If anything I don't have enough trust in collaborators, I think and then my ability not to jump off the rails when collaborators fall short!
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Richard Shekari 
Do you know the good thing about lack of self confidence?
Which means the only thing that stands between you and doing what you really want to do is yourSELF .
I always have problems working with other people too though. Like the time I started music, it was supposed to be a group thingy. We called ourselves Rex & Max;
W had these good songs and started doing shows and all, my partner messed us up cause he had other agendas. We weren't really making much then 2002 but had lots of fans so we were able to stage shows and pull crowds. Well, soon my partner began to have ideas. he started to think that because we hosted many shows means we were making money. So he planned with these other guys to come rob us after a show, and funny thing was, he spent the entire money sent to him to pay for the venue and DJ. But still was planning to have us rob, it didn't make any sense and I was to go perfume alongside he, he is a good dancer so his work was just to show his moves while i rap on stage.
It was christmas, so i left school and went for the show in a different state only for me to find out that some other artists have booked the place and there was no DJ etc. It was bad, we had a fight and later I was told about the plan he had with some other dudes to rob us.
After that we parted ways I went solo. Met another producer who wanted us to work on an album together. after recording almost seven tracks, we had a problem and that project got dumped. So i am finding hard to trust these guys. I love doing my thing alone. face it alone, I am my only foe now so if something don't go on itz cause i refuse to
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Yeah, sadly this kind of back-biting and in-fighting/second guessing and jealousy takes place where it 'shouldn't'. But opposites attract and when there are limited resources and hunger -- there will be war...
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Benci for “Sunlight (M. E. Frye)”:
I am ashamed to say that I didn't get this track when I first heard it as well as I feel I understand it now.

Very sad tune, and kudos to M.E. for the lyrics. This is going to get my highest praise: belongs in the next [good] Tarantino movie.

Thank you,
 Jun 10, 2012, 10:40 EDT
Thank you. There's nothing to be ashamed about, there is always a deeper meaning to everything. That's pretty high praise though! Thanks!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Man, now I feel bad for feeling ashamed!!!! Ahhhh!
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Gabrielle gave feedback to Benci for “Sunlight (M. E. Frye)”:
I really like this one. The poem is really beautiful, and it fits well with your song, kind of unexpectedly. If I were just reading the poem and had to think of what kind of song would fit it, I'd probably go with a dramatic ballad(maybe Canada's own Celine!) since it's uplifting. It's cool that surf music/death poems work well together!
 Jun 10, 2012, 00:29 EDT
Thank you very much! I'm glad you liked it. I've been sitting on an older version of this one for years now, and so I updated it and added the second part.
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