Author Archives: adamjodor

About adamjodor

I record. I produce. It's analog. I jump through stages with a Thunderbird (sometimes a P-Bass). I like good Thai food. I love Stacey.

Sail.

You never really know if you’re important to anyone. Yes, I provide services that some people might find incredibly difficult to live without, but how important are we really? In any situation everyone can be replaced, no matter how deep … Continue reading

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Help.

In my eyes Indisposed In disguises no one knows To say I was kicked in the gut this morning is an understatement.  Fucking pummeled.  Over and over again.  I got through my day concentrating on the records I’m in the middle … Continue reading

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Scalping (the world’s second oldest profession)

I’m almost positive that since the very first time a show or spectacle charged a fee for attendance, scalpers have been in existence.  Take an event everyone wants to see, buy up a group of tickets, and sell them for … Continue reading

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Grammys, 2017

Tonight I turned from HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” to see Adele win her “Album of the Year” Grammy and the plethora of folks that were involved in making that happen packed on stage with her. I congratulate her, all of … Continue reading

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To Avoid Fainting Top 6 Horror Soundtracks

I added my top 6 favorite horror soundtracks to the “To Avoid Fainting” horror movie blog, check it out!!!   http://toavoidfainting.blogspot.com/2016/10/10-nights-of-halloween-watchlists-from.html?spref=tw

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an open letter from a songwriter

Dear ASCAP, BMI, and any other organization this may concern, This Saturday evening, as I fired up the grill with some family members for the holiday weekend, I found myself answering questions about “this songwriting mumbo-jumbo and the Department of … Continue reading

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Open Doors

I spent most of my childhood at my grandparent’s house in eastern Pennsylvania. It was my adventure-world; my friends all lived extremely close, we had a big yard to play baseball/football/soccer in and acres upon acres of State Game Lands … Continue reading

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