2 thoughts on “USSS: oddbod”

  1. I used to compete with Tim in the KVRaudio music cafe songwriting contest. The first song of his that I heard was “Peace Now” around 2007, and I must have listened to it about 20 times that night. I had the privilege of giving Spanish lyrics to his song “The Fall”, and recording it as a Mariachi group. His music has always been an inspiration to me.
    Like you, I always wonder why Oddbod isn’t famous?

    BTW, I hope that my email address isn’t offensive to anybody in England. My last name is spelled different than the airplane, and my great grandfather was over here before the turn of the century (18th to 19th). We had nothing to do with all of that.

    1. Howdy, Bill! Mariachi. Since my dad worked in Tijuana when I was a teen, mariachi is part of my life’s soundtrack.

      Names are funny things. People call me “Jack” all the time, then when corrected ask “Oh, are you related?” The very very short version is no, because virtually no one named Canfield in this country was named Canfield when they left England.

      I don’t know what Jack’s family name was in Europe, but ours was Campfield until 1630-something in New Haven, Connecticut when it was changed.

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