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Yarns and tall tales were a popular form of humor writing in Twain's day, and many of his stories appeal to audiences who favor that genre.
The story centers on a determined blue jay who mistakenly believes that a hole in a roof is a hole he can fill with acorns.
Until a few years ago, the mystery of Source Direct and what happened to the duo was far from clear.
All we knew is Phil Aslett left departed sometime around 1998, and Jim Baker continued to produce under the Source Direct moniker until about 2000.
Drumtrip wishes Jim and Phil all the best with their new projects. Twitter @Source_Direct Soundcloud @source_direct_official Facebook @Source.
I’m really looking forward to hearing some new beats…
However, at that time he did touch on what happened to Source Direct…..
Would you ever get back together with Jim as Source Direct?
What happened with the original SD partnership, why did you guys part ways and will we ever see you work together again in the future ? They say you should never say never but I will never work with him again. If you honestly had created and genuinely contributed to the S. body of work would you really happily agree to sign over all ownership, publishing, copyright etc. He didn’t put in the studio time to assist in the process of making the tracks and it was a constant battle with him moaning about the work schedule.I’ve always been forward thinking and that’s what Source Direct was about. I had four or five years completely away from music. I wasn’t sick of the music but I was sick of the scene.When you get really amongst it and get to know all the people and the way that the scene ticks it can swallow you up. Jim now exclusively DJ’s under the original Source Direct name, with a promise of new productions for 2014 and beyond.Throughout the story, the narrator describes the language of blue jays and other animals in a matter-of-fact way that adds to the humor of the story."Jim Baker's Blue Jay Yarn" explores themes of determination and language.For readers in Twain's day, both themes were interesting and relevant.