1. 1
    Smirk (Take I)
    17:34
  2. 2
    My Lips (Take I)
    9:43
  3. 3
    My Lips (Take II)
    3:17
  4. 4
    St. James Infirmary (Take I)
    2:22
  5. 5
    St.James/LTPB(Take I)
    7:15
  6. 6
    St. James Infirmary (Sax & Vox)
    2:31
  7. 7
    St. James (Sax&Vox II)
    2:02
  8. 8
    St. James LTPB (Band)
    9:41
  9. 9
    Smirk (Band)
    4:24
  10. 10
    My Baby Left Me/Doo-Wop (Take I)
    3:03
  11. 11
    Doo-Wop (Take II)
    10:47
  12. 12
    Doo-Wop (Take III)
    5:57
  13. 13
    Doo Wop (Brothers)
    4:10
  14. 14
    Doo Wop (Brothers II)
    9:54

Praxis: "Practice, as distinguished from theory. Accepted practice or custom"(Oxford Languages). In essence,applying what you know to action.That can feel like utter garbagge sometimes, but just do it. God digs it when we do (Psalm 96). This is "(Naked) Blonde", raw and uncut practice sessions (except for a few epletives in all transparency) taken from October 23rd, 2014 through January 4th, 2015. I hope this collection of recordings will encourage you to apply what you know and make some joyful noise. 

-Ronnie

Comments

loved having this on in the background as I practiced banjo! really cool to see the learning process and growth take place, encouraging for me as i learn through my mistakes and trust in the process of practice and focus. thanks for putting this out Ronnie!

Ron M.

Awesome Emily! You rock! Soli Deo Gloria. I’m glad you benefited from it. It’s one thing to think something will do what you want it it to, and that something actually working. I aim to notify you when the next one is out (I’m in the middle of getting over a nasty flu right now, so I may not be dropping the next album today) and until then feel free to check out all the other music that has been released already. Thanks again for the encouragement. All glory be to God alone. Im so glad the recording has helped with your education.

p.s. Thanks for posting your picture! It makes the site feel more like a community and less like eBay*

 

-Ronnie

Troy A.

I liked the evolution of the St. James. The progression showed how full the sound can get as you build a piece for performance. 

Ron M.

Thanks for listening Troy! Your response is exactly what I wanted you and anyone else that may listen to hear: the progression! I aim to have (Lord willin’) one of these (PRAXIS) albums out per week so you can continue to be encouraged in your own God given musical process. God bless you Troy. Thank you for listening*

-Ronnie