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name: joyce
age: 54 years old
hometown: winsted, ct, USA
marital status: In a relationship
sexual orientation: Gay
smoker: Non smoker
drinking habit: I do not drink
socially: I'm shy at first, but warm up quickly
hobbies:Passionately working toward an end to the genocide in Darfur, Sudan, writing lyrics, saving the rainforest, reiki master, goofing off with my 11 y.o
favorite bands:way too many...paralysis by analysis (From John lennon to Green Day!)
favorite movies:M*A*S*H, Midnight Express, Power
favorite TV shows:M*A*S*H (favorite of all time), tv is a hobby.
favorite books:M*A*S*H, Catcher in the Rye, Papillon, anything Darfur
favorite magazines:Smithsonian, National Geographic, Songwriter, Reiki
ethnicity: Caucasian (white)
body type: A few extra pounds
self-rated hotness: 7 - People definitely turn their heads
religion: Buddhist
political: Very liberal
humor: Clever / quick witted
lovestyle: Romantic
children: Proud parent
education: Post Grad
living: With partner
employment: Retired
  :: joycedavis is a member since 12/06/2005 --- this profile has been viewed 23,458 times
Artist: song of the soul
Title: choose life - collaboration
The songs I posted here are basement tapes, recorded on a radio shack flat casette tape recorder, as well as collaborations with brilliant artists from dmusic, soundclick and myspace.

I was a singer/songwriter/guitarist for 35 years until a series of unfortunate events put me into a coma for 4 weeks, and had me in the hospital for 2 months.

I woke up as a quadraplegic. After 6 months in a rehabilitation hospital, I was able to regain some strength in my arms and hands, hold my head up and sit up without tipping over. I was left as a paraplegic, on oxygen, with irretractable pain in my coccys and feet.

After many attempts to sing, I had tests done which showed that I only had one vocal chord closing properly, thus, my singing career was over. After months of trying to play guitar the spasms in my arms and hands left my guitar career over, also..

I decided I can still write lyrics, and have partnered with some of the best talent over at DMusic, Myspace and here at Soundclick. These tracks kept music in my life when I thought I lost everything.

You'll be able to tell the difference between my basement tapes, and my writing collaborations. I invite you to contact me if you want to try a collaboration!

Make sure to go to dmusic.com for a great/live interaction musicians community, lending itself for solo, band and collaboration's.


Save Darfur
New CD Release! : There's a lot of talent online at music communities on the web and more than a few of them are represented here on the
COVER ME CD. This is a project that has taken 3 years, and about 1000 years of experience to make. I don't want to talk up the CD too much because, well, after all, I wrote the songs (you can hear me perform them on my "BASEMENT TAPES" CD, but these are some fine covers. It's really a last hurrah for these songs as I am not able to perform them anymore, and I feel so honored that these friends became involved with the project.

Please join me in enjoying our friend's great work, and make an $8 (plus $1.25 postage) donation (by purchasing the cd) to the National Alliance...
Still Light Records releases The Basement Tapes: Welcome to the latest wave of rock my world so far! Still Light Records has recently released my first CD of folk acoustic folk and even folk rock songs in one CD and one free bonus downloadable CD with liner notes and lyrics for both.. contact stilllightrecords@gmail.com or note me here with your name, address, and we'll send you the paypal link where you can use about any credit card. we'll get you a copy, one way or another.
Thank you for supporting my music!
peace and love---jd
Merry Christmas
:: posted by pete hawkins on Sat Dec 24, 2011 @ 10:04 AM     
Hi Joyce

Tomorrow is December, and the elfs has already invaded my little studio and messed around with my instruments and cables – just like the previous years.
My two nieces, plus some of the finest soundclick artists has helped me creating some Christmas songs for you – a tradition we will hold on to – as long as there are Christmas songs to sing ?
SO – allow me to invite you over to listen to the old classic “The Christmas Song” featuring Anne on vocal, Jorgen on bass and Paul Barnes on sologuitar.: http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=9928265
There’s a few more in the pipeline which will be published later in December.
Ho – Ho - Ho
Lasse the elf.
:: posted by joensson on Tue Nov 30, 2010 @ 05:19 AM     
Hi Joyce,
long time ago, how do you doing?..I hope your doing good!
I've send you a PM.
Wish you all the best
:: posted by Hans-Peter Lipp on Sat Aug 14, 2010 @ 04:04 PM     
Hello Joyce,, I uploaded our song here today big grin :D Hope you are well my dear friend smile :) *hug*rose ~~~ john
:: posted by third dominion on Wed Mar 3, 2010 @ 10:44 AM     
Thank you so much for supporting my music!!!

All the best,

:: posted by chrisotirimusic on Sun Feb 21, 2010 @ 06:25 PM     
Hi Joyce

Where I live we have so called Christmas lunches together with collegues on a Friday in December. This Friday is propably the biggest Christmas lunch-friday here. Lots of good food and party. So I can’t find any better tune for the occasion than this hardrock party version of Rocking around the Christmas tree.
Special guest: Bruce – also known as the swampman.


Cheers !
:: posted by joensson on Fri Dec 11, 2009 @ 01:58 PM     
Hi Joyce.

A little Christmas spam from all of us to all of you.:

Today is first Sunday in advent and the official countdown to christmas. Like last year, my nieces and I have prepared some musical december gifts to you. So check out the Christmas elf, his singing nieces & Co here http://soundclick.com/share?songid=8409978

And keep an eye on the page – there will be a December gift every weekend from now to Christmas.

Enjoy !

:: posted by joensson on Sun Nov 29, 2009 @ 05:35 AM     
Hi Joyce,

How have you been doing? Hope all is well with you, I hope you and yours have a nice Thanksgiving! I'm taking care here in the midwest and now winter is knocking on the door. Take care and be well woman!

:: posted by strummergurl on Tue Nov 24, 2009 @ 11:29 PM     
Hi Joyce

It’s been some time since I announced any musical news on my page, but here I am.

Only this time the song is NOT composed by me and neither are the vocal work – but I’ sure that you can hear that.

The acoustic beauty is written and sunged by Claus A from Denmark whom I met at a Danish site similar to soundclick. I play the keys and a little acoustic guitar. I feel extremely priviliged that he allowed me to work with him on this song.

It is called “Streets” – and you can hear it here.: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=8061270

Claus has opened a site in here too: http://www.soundclick.com/members/default.cfm?member=clausa so please visit him and make him feel welcome.

Stay tuned

:: posted by joensson on Sat Sep 5, 2009 @ 06:04 PM     
Hi Joyce

Last publication message from me in this round…

My new tune in The Circle Of Life project “Whitsunday” (which is next Sunday) is about the arrive of the holy spirit and Peters speech to the people, which are considered to be the birth of the church as we know it today.

Whit Sunday is the last tune timewise in the project, but 3 more will come, but not before Christmas.

As it is the last tune, I’ve managed to get almost everyone from the previous tune to bring in a contribution: Kevin Rosenberger on vocal, Morten Gjermundsen, Steven Belong, Paul Barny, Michael Duran on guitars, André Henriquez on violin, Jacob Bank on Orchestra. I have done drumwork, bass, rhythmguitar, acoustic guitar, synth and backing vocals.

The tune is slightly more progressive than the previous tunes, so if you like music like that, then allow me to invite you over.: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=7628911

Have a great Sunday.

:: posted by joensson on Sun May 24, 2009 @ 09:05 AM     
Hiya Joyce,

Long time no hear? How ya be woman? Droppin by to wish you and yours a nice Memorial Day weekend. Hope all is going good with you, I'm looking forward to a long weekend, and doin a little kickin back and celebrating! Take care and have a good one Joyce!

:: posted by strummergurl on Fri May 22, 2009 @ 10:40 PM     
Hey Joyce have a great friday and a wonderful mothers day's weekend wink ;)
:: posted by Swampman on Fri May 8, 2009 @ 11:23 AM     
Hi Joyce,

How are you? Did you recieve my mail which I wrote you quite a time ago (it was the answer to your latest one)? Good news, I composed new LaoZi song in 2009! Very interested in your opinion...

With deep respect,
:: posted by thandrus on Tue May 5, 2009 @ 06:36 PM     
Hi Joyce


As previously announced the next tune in the "Circle of Life Project" "Easter Morning Sun" is up now.

Vocals by Kevin Rosenberger, Guitars by Steven Belong and Paul Barny and this time we have a violin part by Andre´Henriquez, backing vocal gy Anne Jorgensen, SFX by Michael Duran and the leftovers by me.

Happy holidays !

:: posted by joensson on Thu Apr 9, 2009 @ 05:41 AM     
Hi Joyce! Just stopping by to say I love the new version of Danger with Gene - awesome job by all concerned - major hit material! Hope all's well with you and yours. Take care

:: posted by rodrica on Sun Apr 5, 2009 @ 10:40 AM     
Hi Joyce

Tomorrow is Palm Sunday and time for the next tune in my project ”Circle of Life – the events of the holidays”. Like last year’s release “Easter”, I have invited some of the good guys to contribute.: Kevin Rosenberger is singing this in his own fantastic way, Paul Barny has given the theme guitar the feel and sound I couldn’t do myself, Steven Belong plays a nice close up guitarsolo, and Jacob Bank has arranged the orcestra for this one and Michael Duran found some nice sound effects for the intro and my niece Anne has added backing vocals and I take care of the “leftovers” . All in all a progressive/symphonic – some would say musical alike piece of music telling the event of Palmsunday. So – if you are curious, or if you just want to know what Palmsunday is all about, then feel free to drop by and listen to our release here.

P.S. Next Saturday we will release “Easter Morning Sun – almost with the same lineup, but also with Andre Enriquez on violin.
:: posted by joensson on Sat Apr 4, 2009 @ 03:52 PM     
Hi Joyce,
How are you doing?
Listen looks like John did it again smile :)
This time a cover of As for Me,I Believe
If you get a chance
Hope things are well with you
My catchup listen list is enormous hehe but I will get there eventually smile :)
Enjoy the song!!!
and thanks for everything,
P e a c e
:: posted by DEADWATER MONK on Sat Apr 4, 2009 @ 11:45 AM     
Just hangin out. PEacE
:: posted by pete hawkins on Wed Mar 25, 2009 @ 07:58 PM     
Hi Joyce, just wanted to drop by and say thankyou for your kind comments on 'when are you gonna learn'. I gave 'dangerous' a spin while I was here - great song, I left you some comments. - John
:: posted by jbholgate on Tue Mar 24, 2009 @ 08:35 PM     
Thank you for going out of your way like that for me.I reallr appreciate your taking the time to listen and for you too leave such nice comments is just wonderful!
I'm glad I liked the song and hope you are well and happy!!
Thank you again for your friendship and support!!!
P e a c e
:: posted by DEADWATER MONK on Tue Mar 24, 2009 @ 02:11 PM     
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