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JazzMaverick  
7 Apr 2011 01:43 | Quote
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Ahhh, why all the dissing on the forum lately? You know what? I'm going to spam your eyes with heaven, and then your ears are going to orgasm. It's a true story, so accept it. :)




Jeff would probably like this next one...



I don't quite know why... but I just love this song... the passion in his playing! Brilliant!








PLEASE feel free to share you telented love, too!
gshredder2112  
7 Apr 2011 01:48 | Quote
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who is dissn on the forum!?

other than that*eargasms*nice songs them.kids are gr8.

gs2112
AlexB  
7 Apr 2011 02:08 | Quote
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Aaaah MissyJazzy,i love you! Wanna marry me? lol

Ewan & Pino are going to my favs right now!

The kids were scary tho :S i mean,they really are like robots! at that age i was eating ants in the backyard HAHA
gshredder2112  
7 Apr 2011 02:22 | Quote
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@alexb wow dude great pickup lines.(-'
nullnaught  
7 Apr 2011 02:46 | Quote
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That forth video reminded me of micheal hedges. I saw him and leo kottke in 88. Great consert.
JazzMaverick  
7 Apr 2011 06:12 | Quote
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AlexB says:
at that age i was eating ants in the backyard HAHA


HAHAHAHAHA Alex you are too funny!! So was I probably! o.O


MORE!! :D



BodomBeachTerror  
7 Apr 2011 11:57 | Quote
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I loved the cello one! the babies kinda freaked me out to. And then i thought about all the grueling work someone made them go through and I didn't finish it.
Guitarslinger124  
8 Apr 2011 04:04 | Quote
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A buddy of mine actually had me check out some Ewan Dobson the other week. Really good stuff.
Phip  
8 Apr 2011 18:42 | Quote
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Those kids!!!!!!!!!!!! WOW
All of these vids are amazing. Color me green with envy.
But those kids!!!!!!!! unbelievable.
Phip
Admiral  
9 Apr 2011 04:15 | Quote
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Ewan Dobson is amazing, thanks for sharing, another great candyrat artist! Wash away is a great song, I can't stop listening to it! And "dreaming in Dortmund" is also quite cool.
nullnaught  
9 Apr 2011 04:45 | Quote
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the 2nd, 3rd and 4th videos at the same time is awesome.
EMB5490  
9 Apr 2011 09:53 | Quote
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To be honest i think the first video is disturbing, but the rest are awesome.
luthier  
9 Apr 2011 10:06 | Quote
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Lol, I was about to say the same thing.
JazzMaverick  
9 Apr 2011 11:35 | Quote
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Why is that EMB and Luthier?
harleyofdoom  
9 Apr 2011 12:03 | Quote
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fantastic stuff thanks jazzy
Empirism  
10 Apr 2011 02:18 | Quote
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I think Jazzy they felt like I did. A little. Seeing that childs at that age perform classical stuff like that EVEN WITH an choreography...sadly planned choregraphy... and that kind of stuff needs an huge amount disclipined practice... is kind of a line drawn on water. Sure they are talented youngsters, but who are not, if they practise like these childs have done.

Its like a matter that some people will choose one's destiny. But... like I said its a line drawn on water not very black and white thing....

Emp
JazzMaverick  
18 Apr 2011 11:53 | Quote
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No Worries guys! Glad you liked it :)

@ Emp, yeah that makes sense.

EMB5490  
18 Apr 2011 15:48 | Quote
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@jazz

I think its ddisturbing because those kids probably are like 4 or 5 years old. What were you doing at 4 or 5? Plying with other kids? Playing outside? learning the alphabet?

Certainly not being trained like a talking parrot for hours to do something. I think its disgusting that these parents force their kids to do that, granted im sure the kids like it, but missing out on childhood is priceless, in addition how would effect their social skills etc...

Ik im gonna get huge critism so save it, i know both sides... Thats just my opinion. Id never force a kid to do something before they can form complete grammitically correct sentances.
JustJeff  
18 Apr 2011 15:51 | Quote
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gshredder2112  
18 Apr 2011 15:54 | Quote
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emb,i agree tottally.
MoshZilla1016  
18 Apr 2011 16:51 | Quote
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I don't see why everyone is freaked out over the kids. Yeah they did look kinda robotic but who's to say they were forced. It may be possible that they were enjoying themselves. I have a 15 yr old that started playing around with an old piano we had when he was 3. When he turned 4 we noticed he had prefect pitch. I would get him to help tune my guitar then put it on a tuner and it was perfect. He now has the ability to hear most songs and play them instantly. My point is I don't believe anyone is too young to start learning anything.
BodomBeachTerror  
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Thats a good point, Mozart composed his own song at the age of 4, he was already a competent pianist and violinist
gshredder2112  
18 Apr 2011 17:09 | Quote
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@mosh well if.ghey were forced.thats horrible.if they did it willingly thats fine..But i dont think.kids that age would be naturally that serious about guitar that early.was your kid a jaded musician ăt that age like those.kids seem.to be?
MoshZilla1016  
18 Apr 2011 17:34 | Quote
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Yeah if they were forced that would suck. But like my kid, if they have natural talent then it could be enjoyable at their age. No man my kid played when he wanted and what he wanted.
gshredder2112  
18 Apr 2011 17:37 | Quote
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thats how it should be mosh.you should support the talent they have.
JazzMaverick  
18 Apr 2011 20:48 | Quote
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@ Everyone... Let's put it this way... IF there was a chance that you could go back in time and start your career at such a young age that it would be as easy as air - wouldn't you do it? I sure as hell would.

The point is that they aren't forced, even psychologically. If they REALLY didn't want to do it - they wouldn't. You can't force someone to be good at something if they don't like it. It's that simple.

Anyway, onto another brilliant talent...


luthier  
18 Apr 2011 21:04 | Quote
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@Jazzy I didn't see that post before. It's not really as disturbing to me as it is just plain creepy.

The Look At Me Now cover rocks. Haven't watched this last video yet. I will after a while.


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