John Scott G

John Scott G, an admitted word nerd, writes books, plays, screenplays, and political commentary. Author of "Area Code 666," "Secret Sex," and "Ambient Deviant Speedmetal Polka," Mr. G also writes under the pseudonym Gerald Laurence. Every day he happily rubs a few phrases up against each other to create sparks in your brain. You're welcome.

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  1. xof1013
    Aug 19, 2011 @ 4:21 PM PDT

    I would also like to add a recommendation and strongly encourage you and your readers to take a chance on Cassidy Haley’s first EP “Dinosaurs & Little Boys” – it is to my mind, the more impactful and whole-from-beginning-to-end of his two creations. Strong songs, resonating sound, lyrics that linger and come back to mind in the most wonderful of ways.

    I love “The Fool” – but the EP was my first introduction to Cassidy’s sound and creative passion. Some of the songs from the EP were recreated and re-envisioned for “The Fool” – and while it is always interesting to know that songs can exist in two separate states of being, each connected and different from the other, it would be enriching for the full experience of both the EP and the CD to hear how they originated. “Dinosaurs & Little Boys” is WORTH a listen.

    Give it a try. You won’t regret it.