Shallow Is As Deep As I Want to Go
David Rebb Firman lives in Lemon Cove California, population 564. He owns a pollination business and a spice business . David grew up in Wenatchee, Washington. He has won numerous song writing awards and has had a song on CBS Television. Red Steagall, the cowboy poet Laureate of Texas, recorded one of his songs 'I'm On My Way'. This is his second album. He has many songs with publishers in Nashville and LA and is ever hopeful. The album was recorded at Harwood Productions in Hercules, California. Kevin Harris played all the instruments except the acoustic guitars and harmonica. David is single and fifty-two. He is addicted to song writing and does not seem to want help for it. This album started with some inspiration from a new love,but the love ended the month it was finished. She has her addictions as well, and does not seem to want help for it either. Yes she really does do back flips on her trampoline if you are wondering about the lyric on 'I'm Going Home.' I have been inspired by 'Wild' Bill Brezensky of Holler Flat North Dakota, and Homer 'Home boy' Howard of Skinny Dip Alaska. Both have taught me to keep going despite living in small towns and rarely venturing to play a gig. 'Wild' Bills style has mellowed some since his days at North Dakota State where he dated the only female hockey goalie in the history of the school. Her one tooth smile sure could light up a room.Howard is hopeful that global warming will thaw the river enough so by twenty-ten there may be a place for the local Polar Bear Club to take a New Year's Eve skinny dip, and live up to the towns unusual name choice. I hope he lives long enough to see the day, he's had a rough few years recovering from a surprise grizzly attack. He still has enough fingers to play with a pick, though it did crimp his finger picking style. If you are ever up that way be sure to stop by the Bear Trap Bar and Polar Bear Club and ask for Homer, he might play a song or two if he still remembers them.