Tag: Rooms Full Of Gardens

  • “Feed The Wolf”, By Rob Eldridge

    Thank You Adam PacMan Taylor galaxy454 for your very cool interpretation of a tune I recorded with Steven Foxbury Yellow Couch Studioa couple years ago. Tune is called “Feed The Wolf”. The entire record is available on vinyl and can be heard on most all streaming services and Apple Music Rob Eldridge- Ideas To Art. Mastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering. Dig in! VS1 […]


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  • Welcome Instagram Friends!!!

      I hope all you vinyl collectors and aficionados can dig into my last record available now on VINYL!  Click album cover and check it out! Follow me on Instagram @robeldridgemusic or Twitter  

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  • Some Happy Folks Received Their Vinyl

    Does my heart good to see these fine folks receive their vinyl gift.  I am so appreciative of their support and how they all dug in to help me realize my dream.  It’s pretty cool to hear your music on vinyl and even cooler to see other people enjoy it. Thank you thank you thank […]

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  • Vinyl Release Update

    I appreciate everybody’s patience during this learning experience for me.  I never realized the timeline/length of the vinyl process.  I am happy to say the record should be delivered to me by the end of September. Which means it will be in your hands a week or two later.  Mid October would be a conservative […]

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  • Follow Rob And Steelesque On Twitter

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  • Available Now!!

    Available Now!!


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  • Kickstarter Friends And Backers!!

    So this is where we are folks……and decisions need to be made soon which will require some feedback from YOU!  Below is the tentative artwork for the vinyl record. I was able to add a lot of you to the liner notes on the back sleeve of the LP.  I certainly wouldn’t be here without […]

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  • Kickstarter News And Ramblings

    So the deal goes likes this…..I have a lot of wicked cool people in my life. I believe art should sustain itself. Making art should help you support your passion. It takes work because showcasing art is not a chip on the pitch (although I love chipping 20 yd balls off the crossbar time to […]

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