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From: Angela M. Baxley <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: Beautiful album, love the lyrics, and the website. Thank you!
To: A Boy and His Kite <firstname.lastname@example.org>
thanks for the music recommendations. i didn’t even know about that site “come and live”. very cool.You’re still top of the list on Rdio for Heavy Rotation (based on my friends). Here’s the list of my pals who have your album on rotation. Again, stunning—all very influential in my world of designers on who tweet and love to rock. 🙂On Nov 28, 2012, at 11:57 AM, A Boy and His Kite <email@example.com> wrote:For sure! =) I have lots of atheist and spiritist friends in Boulder that have had their opinions and perspectives shaken up a bit knowing me and my faith in Jesus. I don’t exactly match their stereotypes. Like you I don’t really listen to much “Christian” music. I occasionally will turn the radio on to see what it’s sounding like and I’m sadly always disappointed. My little kids don’t even like it =)Here are a few of my friends with a similar heart that I really enjoy listening to: Josh Garrels, Sleeping At Last, Andrew Belle, Son Lux, Matthew Perryman Jones, Karla Adolphe, Page CXVI and Loud Harp (my other band. you can download the record for free www.comeandlive.com).Thanks again!DaveOn Nov 28, 2012, at 12:04 PM, Angela M. Baxley wrote:
Wow, a really live email back! 🙂 Super cool!Do you have recommendations on other artists with similar style minded lyrics and music? I don’t really like the stuff that is more typically labeled “Christian”. I can’t help but smile as I see your record, and Mumford & Sons top the “heavy rotation” on Rdio among my SF friends, who for the most part are both (a) atheists, and (b) incredibly influential to the culture of America. Apparently they don’t pay attention to the lyrics, but maybe it’ll get into their hearts all the same? 🙂Agape,Angela@ang @baxleyOn Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 10:58 AM, A Boy and His Kite <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Angela,Thank you so much for your email! I’m sorry it took me awhile to get back to you.I’m grateful that you are enjoying the music and also listened to the words. Also, a big thanks passing on those typos =) I just fixed them.It’s fun to hear that my music struck a chord with where you’re at and what you’ve been thinking. That’s really exciting for me to hear! My songs are my experiences and stories of the goodness and love of God that I’ve received in my life. I don’t know how to sing about anything else =)Thanks again for taking the time to write me. I appreciate it. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!Peace.Dave Wilton – A Boy and His KiteOn Nov 26, 2012, at 9:08 PM, Angela M. Baxley wrote:
I’ve been looking for music that would fit what’s been on my mind lately, I put on your album (top of the new ones from the last week on Rdio) and jumped in the shower.I came out to disbelief. Was I really hearing my ears correctly?I had silently asked for something that I would find upbuilding, spiritual, just not disappointing as my mind seems so much more aware of late…Thank you!I wanted to reach out also, because I believe there’s two typos in the lyrics—”to deep” should be “too”? And “burry” is written instead of “bury”?I found the album by Mumford & Sons, Babel intriguing. Seems many are awakening.Angela from San Francisco