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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by roger@pennyflic, May 9, 2018.
No fences to mend. It's an open range.
FWIW, humor is a great smokescreen to hide behind.
That's all for show. He's really from Brooklyn.
I didn't read any further than that. I apologised
and left the thread.
So it appears that you guys have pissed someone else off cuz I'm out.
just jammed this one out
Is this more humor? LOL
Sounds to me like you should have read the whole thing. I'm still waiting for you to point out where you were told you were "not welcome" as you stated in the first post of this thread. If you say "Well no, not really" is equivalent to "not welcome", I would suggest you read the whole thing.
You're going to need this.
Because it's piling up in here.
Alan came to #1, got constructive criticism and took it in the spirit it was given. Same with Kevin. Omar, Mark Bjorke, Heltershelton, RichieS, Raimonds, and Duzie are killing it, listening and growing and playing the best I've heard them play. The only one who took his lunchbox and went home is you.
To everyone: if you're interested in learning how to play Jazz, and are secure enough to handle constructive criticism, then you are more than welcome at the PJW. If you just enjoy jamming to a backing track (like we all do) then this thread or any other jam thread is here for you to have fun in.
Fezz, any chance you could take your tedious schtick back to your lovely Jazz thread? Or aren't you getting quite enough attention there?
Quoted in case your edit skills kick in.
Grow up folks. Message boards require a thick skin. There are members here that think they're all that and mention it at the drop of a hat, and there are whiners that complain about every little thing you can imagine. Don't be either of those guys.
Boy. I wish I had time to record tonight so we could get this thread back on track.
I did this one also cuz I was sitting around with nothing to do
Had a little time to get this one out.
This is very nice Roger. Great passion in your phrasing, tone and attack. Love the emotive power.
Well Long Island, let me tell ya 'bout the time I spent on the pea farm. Or the years I spent shackled in the sugar cane fields of northern queensland...
Chain gang? No boubt the basis of your blues guitar work Roger. It's the fire that makes the steel.
I felt I got a bit repetitive in this one and probably should've cut it earlier. Feel free to add to it if inspired.
I know this is wicked (see I am from massachusetts) late. I have been still trying to get the right sound by I'm getting closer. Thanks for listening.
I'm really liking this one. Your best yet! And nicely restrained. The mando works great with this track and the switch the the tele moves the tune forward into a new zone. This gets into Gilmour/Floyd territory for me.
I feel bad that I have so little time. Spring, plus a new band, plus a family....its hard to make time to record...since I'm posting at 2 in the AM you can guess when that time falls, haha.
Yeah, really nice @Chipper. That mandolin takes it somewhere else (not blues) until the 'lectric drags it back again. Nice one mate.