Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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My most recent work was the 'Damaged Goods' tattoo you see below, for my dear friend Wilson. The work flowed smoothly, and the precision and details are clean and as close to perfect as possible. This was the tattoo that made me realize I am ready to start working professionally. In the next few weeks I will be adding a great deal of equipment to my inventory, new tips, inks, needles, shaders, and autoclave etc. So the work will be getting more sophisticated very quickly. Drop me a line at
My pricing will be extremely fair, both for designs and final tattoo execution. I will price each individual job to suit the client, so you can expect to pay far less than you might at a typical tattoo shop. So let the creative fun begin! I look forward to hearing from you and working with you to create a tattoo that will live on you and in you, and be a great source of pride and inspiration for a lifetime!
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
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Sunday, March 6, 2011
"Ebony Eyes" is a 1983 hit R&B single recorded by American singers Rick James and Smokey Robinson for the Gordy (Motown) label. It was first featured on James' album Cold Blooded. The song was produced and arranged by Rick James.
Ebony Eyes was a collaborative effort by Smokey Robinson and Rick James. It was first released on the album Cold Blooded, the title song quickly became Rick James third number one R&B hit but Ebony Eyes also climbed the R&B/Hip Hop charts and peaked at number 26. Ebony Eyes remains one of Rick James most notable hits as it is one of the few to not use the style he labeled "punk-funk" but instead uses a more contemporary tempo and follows a more classic style of R&B. Smokey Robinson was credited for singing the introduction, bridge, and other more calm verses while James sang the chorus.
Ebony Eyes begins with a simple beat which leads into a more complex rhythm and the vocals of both Smokey Robinson and uncredited background vocalist who repeat falsetto vocals twice before Smokey Robinson begins the opening verse. The song chronicles the narrators affection for a certain woman. Lost in words and made weak by the mere presence of this lady Robinson requires Rick's vocals to show how he really feels about this woman, who James thinks is unaware of his affection and apparent need for her.