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Song Name: A Life Once Lived
Date: 2011-05-24 13:19:21
Reviewer: Mark Cloutier/Double Barrel Blues Band


2.  Review: Nice Artistry...!!!
Song Name: I want to be your everything
Date: 2010-08-14 07:19:07
Reviewer: Calley Daniel


Song Name: Walk The Mile
Date: 2010-08-06 21:20:11
Reviewer: At Wits End

 

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About Us:
Without Image is a forming group comprised of mostly military members. Since the members are always deployed, David Marshall, the lead singer and songwriter has been writing and recording for future performance. Most of the music that we play has been linked to military experiences.

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Storytellers: Walk The Mile

When I was going through my divorce, I didn't want my marriage to end. As I drove to sign my papers, it felt like I was "Walking the Mile" to my death sentence. The song is all about being accountable and responsible for the events that led to the dissolution of my marriage. I pray that the message behind the song will hit home and keep people thinking about the one they are with and how important they should be to them. When we choose others over our mates, the relationship will crumble because we become unreliable.


Storytellers: Summer's Gone

Summer's Gone was written about that summer between Boy and Man. That vacation that you and your friends go to the beach or wherever to blow off steam have one last shot at immortality. Hanging with friends, drinking some brews, having a summer fling...or flings and realizing that we have a lot of growing to do before we'd be good for anyone. Though I never had this experience because I joined the Army after graduation; I was inspired by all of the American Pie movies, and every other comical movie that roasts that summer. I hope you can reflect back with this tune and just smile because 99% of everyone in the world has done this.


A Life Once Lived

I wrote this song after my divorce when I was looking back at events that had happened to me and how I would be viewed as I transitioned from one place to another. My Grandfather served in the Navy during WW2 on a hospital ship. I simply asked him where the picture was taken and I can remember him going back to that moment. Since he didn't talk, I was so curious as to what happened. What did he see? What did he do? Where in time was he? The second verse is about the life and things I have done in the warzone. It's a flashback to hell and survival at all costs. I felt that in war, to kill, you must hate. I forced myself to hate the "enemy" and that made my job so much easier. The pure emotion and reverence behind this song is to know that the men and women who serve our country deserve a real and special place in everyone who never have served, hearts. I am never afraid to tell someone off when they criticize the military members who are ordered to deploy and make a blood bond to do everything to make sure their friends come home. Even if that bond means giving their lives for their fellow soldiers.


A Life Once Lived

I wrote this song after my divorce when I was looking back at events that had happened to me and how I would be viewed as I transitioned from one place to another. My Grandfather served in the Navy during WW2 on a hospital ship. I simply asked him where the picture was taken and I can remember him going back to that moment. Since he didn't talk, I was so curious as to what happened. What did he see? What did he do? Where in time was he? The second verse is about the life and things I have done in the warzone. It's a flashback to hell and survival at all costs. I felt that in war, to kill, you must hate. I forced myself to hate the "enemy" and that made my job so much easier. The pure emotion and reverence behind this song is to know that the men and women who serve our country deserve a real and special place in everyone who never have served, hearts. I am never afraid to tell someone off when they criticize the military members who are ordered to deploy and make a blood bond to do everything to make sure their friends come home. Even if that bond means giving their lives for their fellow soldiers.


Storytellers: What Gives You the Right

I wrote this song back in 2005 while deployed to the middle of Iraq. I remember watching John Murtha and other senators arguing on national TV how our plan is flawed. They looked like incompetent pussies and were saying that the mission was not important. I was enraged by this because Americans have servicemembers laying on beds sick, dying, injured, shell shocked, mentally unstable and broken. While they lay there, some proud, some ashamed; they watch TV overseas and see these people minimizing their accomplishments. This song is about one man who just lays there and wants to die instead of listening this until the song explodes in the last chorus. Remember that if you never served, you have no opinion to taunt or confront a veteran of this war about your beliefs because we probably don't want to hear it. Enjoy.


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2011-05-24 at 23:19:36
Thanks man!
2010-10-13 at 18:32:27
Ya puedes DESCARGARTE GRATIS mi disco "Vivir Libre" (Hip-Hop / Reggae / Ragga) con 13 de los 15 temas del disco original. ¡¡¡ QUE LO DISFRUTES !!! http://www.hhdirecto.net/ maquetas/ver/reas/vivir-l ibre/33895 (www.myspace.com/reaspuce la)
2010-08-07 at 07:35:28
Thank you are great keep in touch check us out on my page.I AM A FEATURED BAND ON IMRADIO HOME PAGE YOU CAN RATE HERE. WE Thank you.
2010-08-03 at 11:11:41
Hi David - good to meet you. Just a neighborhood guy here not too far away at all. I love your song I'm Outta My Mind as I feel that way most of the time so can definitely relate. All the best with this musical journey!
2010-07-31 at 10:11:25
Nice to meet you. If you get a chance, please check out the rock/reggae song and new (flag) video on "ObamaNation." Also, "Take It All Off" & "Never Be Lonely" [Davies Dawn Music (BMI)]. These intimate Country/Stone Rockabilly Ballads and Videos are here on IMRadio (also on myspace.com/daviesdawn). Thanks, Paul.
2010-07-29 at 00:02:45
Hello! great songs. glad to be a fan. all the best, Marco
2010-07-28 at 14:41:36
Wow....great to see you up on IMRadio's featured artists wall. Keep rocking!! Love, Calley
2010-07-26 at 18:25:45
well done becoming a featured artist, but more for the brilliant tracks you got up here!
2010-02-13 at 00:43:07
Congratulations Without Image on being a Featured Band on IMRadio. I enjoyed listening to your cool songs. freeDave
2010-01-30 at 15:45:49
Hi my friend, nice to meet you and wishing you a great weekend! Louise
2010-01-30 at 12:57:48
Share "Valentine's Day" with someone you love (or want to). The Song and Video are here on IMRadio (video also on myspace.com/daviesdawn). Paul.
2010-01-30 at 12:57:39
Nice to meet you. Listening to "Shining Star." Great Song, Style and Vocals. Paul, your fan from Future Now.
2010-01-30 at 12:56:22
TELL EVERY ONE ABOUT IMRadio -- Got to thinking. What if each of us independent musicians told our family, friends, fans and acquaintances about IMRadio.com, how besides the main stations, it has stations for each of the states individually, 52 countries, and just about every musical genre -- reaching any internet connection around the world. We could tell them in person, on the internet or at small or large venues. Anyone we tell would appreciate the convenience of such good music from independent musicians on their computer. It would be such a good way to help all of us reach even more listeners. With IMRadio, we aren't just waiting at the mercy of some major label to decide whether or not they will let us be heard around the world. There are enough of us that the outreach could be exponential. And, wouldn't it be a great way to say 'thank you' to Paddy and all of the other fine folks who have put IMRadio.com on the world's musical map. They have put in money, time, energy and dedication, and all they have asked of us in return is to upload our music and profile. I am sure that they have great plans to publicize IMRadio and bring it to even more listeners. In the meantime, through, wouldn't it be great if we could all help a little by just taking a little time each day to tell family, friends, fans and acquaintances about IMRadio. It wouldn't cost a dime, just a little time. Yours, in Musical Solidarity, Paul.
2010-01-25 at 09:53:35
We dig hearing your songs in IMRadio's radio rotation! Thanks for supporting our new radio station! Peace, Veronica
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