Thursday, December 28, 2017

The Mellow Moods of Eliot Wilder


Sorry about the lack of posts. For the past six weeks I've been laid low with an exceedingly painful neurological illness. At any rate, here is a collection of some of my quieter songs. Only available here.

DIG IT

13 comments:

  1. Hope the level of pain has ebbed. Good to have you back. All good things in 2018!

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  2. Here's to your speedy recovery and all the best for 2018.

    Thank you for your generosity.

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  3. Sorry you have been ill E. Hope you are on the mend!! Have a safe and Happy New Year!

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  4. Glad to hear you're on the mend - thank you for all your posts this past year; they often provoke an interesting trawl through some of the more arcane corners of the internet.

    BTW - is that you Murry?

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  5. You owe no apologies, you were ill.

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  6. Hope the new year brings you good health. Thanks for the year of posts, especially the obscure stuff from major labels. Take it easy, post when you want. We appreciate your efforts.
    Tony (Australia)

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  7. All the best wishes and some love to you, man!

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  8. Love you brother E, sending you all my love and healing vibrations and thoughts.
    Words fall flat on describing the level of Thanks and Gratitude we have for you and your Inspiration you've so generously shared with us all.
    All the Heroes send their love to you.
    The beloved old master RedTelephone66 first shared this absolute gem with me and I recently got the rare cd mini-lp, it sounds great.

    Gordon Lowe - Follow The Sound (1970)

    www44.zippyshare.com/v/YzNMgJG9/file.html

    Healing Bliss Love sunbeam to you brother.

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  9. And thank you so much for the Mellow Moods of E.
    I love your mellow stuff.
    I will really enjoy this. Thank you bro.

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  10. Neurological trips are all in the head. Keep your mind sharp... cut down on the ego breakfasts.
    AND GET WELL!

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  11. I really enjoyed this release, Eliot! Best one of '17, and a great way to end the year.

    All the best for a speedy recovery.

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  12. Thank you, and speedy recovery (I understand neurological 'stuff' too well). Peace, love and understanding!

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