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Love this later song as well.
Loved that band, good track.
Makes me want to learn Canasta.
The whole Aladdin Sane record is spectacular IMO.
Their stuff can get pretty outrageous, beautiful objects though.
Haha, that's true.
Leave one in the dryer and you'll hear it!
An EQ pedal will definitely give more options, they're very useful.
Take a look at these beauties!
Wow that's a blast, thanks for posting.
I'm begging for some slack here, this is 50% acapella:
Yeah, like an exotic desert sunset on this dreary Canadian winter evening.
Thanks for posting.
Revisiting old recordings can put you right back to that time IME.
Glad you are reconnecting with your history!
"I have to contort my hand in all sorts of weird and uncomfortable ways just to play the simplest things."
Sounds like you are experiencing...
What if you ))shudder(( develop better right hand technique?
Wow, that's a guitar that just begs to be played, lots of tonal options. Gorgeous colour, too.
Enjoy your good fortune!
This was an important purchase for me, after saving and searching for eighteen months.
It's a Kel Kroydon replica by Collings called the Waterloo...
Okay, never mind :confused:.
And some female vocals.
"I parked...lake...Santa Fe..."
Haha, loved your contribution!
But you see that it's supposed to be humorous, right?
I mean, the lyrics are a dead giveaway that this is a satirical song.
This is an interesting...
It's an OK song?
This thread is comical.
Seems odd to post serious music in a humorous thread?
To all those posting music videos, have you even listened to the OP's song?
Personally I'm tired of the Great American Songbook. I'd rather hear more of their originals, both great writers. Amy still had a lot to say IMO.
Has Sebastian Bach been mentioned? He's pretty hilarious.