My musical destiny was predetermined. I was born to share my music with you, the world. I have always known my destiny. The Beatles put me on the path I am traveling. My first used guitar cost $5.00. I am self-taught. Along the way I bought a Gibson Hummingbird and realized that song writing and composing were a part of me to share with the world. My release of this album is for you. I hope you are moved and inspired by the music and my hummingbird singing for you. Soon I will release more songs. I am destined to share with you. Hope to hear from you soon. Yours truly, FA ----------------- About... Paul & Short Wave, by Tim Gettig Paul Goss produced the title song to his album, Short Wave, shortly after some devastating hurricanes hit Florida in 2004. The song takes you into the drama experienced by those in the midst of the storm, as they temporarily lose contact with their loved ones outside of it's path. Paul has always captured contemporary issues to present with his keen insights into human nature. Other themes include political and economic issues, civil and human rights issues, as well as, common love relationships. Moral and ethical overtones blanket the whole of his creation. Paul offers a kind touch and acceptance of life as it confronts him. Regularly Paul is asked to entertain personally amongst the houseboats and yachts at the Marina where he docks his 50' houseboat. Evenings pass with thick music and fun, as the boats rock and roll on the Tennessee River. Paul plays for hours until well into the night, when most pass a good tip and note they'll be back again soon. These nights seem to go on forever. When his family reunions grasp his time, he entertains them around the pool under the soft, warm nights in Florida. Paul has a gift of entertaining both young and old alike. All dance together with happy smiles sharing their deep felt emotions of enjoyment and camaraderie. Old people dance as though they are young again, and the young dance with them as though they are on stage themselves appreciating Paul's rhythms and fancy stringing. If it's Beatles or Dylan or Black Crows that you like, Paul seems to have combined each into his own evolved attractive and pleasant grass roots rockin' style. The issues he chooses to write about remind one of the early days of rock-n-roll when most artist used their talents to promote their own political judgments and common sense suggestions. Paul packs so much into his songs, listening to them a dozen times provides a dozen new insights in the issues or stories he tells. His songs seem to get better the more you listen to them. Stay tuned for more information about Paul as we make regular changes and additions to this.