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The Dance of the Deaf

by Dan Joyce

Funk Punk and Spoken Word
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Beat Tape
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1. The Dance of the Deaf
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2. The Bearing of the Soul
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3. Jazzy Luv
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4. Mother Bank
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5. Smog
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6. Government
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7. Daffodil
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8. Lindsay Lohan
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9. Because I Love Her You Idiot!
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10. The Miracle of Two
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11. The Tragedy of Samson and Delilah
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12. Scream!
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13. The Beat
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I was a street musician, then later a fine artist. My father was a computer engineer in the hay days of IBM. He taught me DOS all the way up to windows. When I did something called storyboarding, he felt that was my strength. That would later lead to musical composition and video editing. But I loved telecommunications, what would later become social media. I think of him often when I compose and how he loved my acoustic guitar and deep voice saying I was really Country Western. I try to fuse all kinds of music together often with the backbone of my rhythm guitar and spoken word folk style. I like Miles Davis, John Lennon, Tupac Shakur, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Carlos Santana, The Ramones and lots of other influences. In the sixties there were commune jams and free concerts in the park. In the seventies and eighties there was the punk garage band. The nineties birthed Hip Hop and now in the new millennium, we have the home studio with the house music DJ. That's me!!! DJ - Dan Joyce!!!

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