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Nice it has a sort of Al Stewart vibe.
We used to do this. Fun song. You might consider a lower key.
You had quite a few packed in there! Lovely Strat tone.
- Sounds good with some hair on it.
- You're a free former too. Good vibe. Nice tone as well.
- I can tell you have a better memory than...
I've never studied it. This is my whack at it.
Weren't they always a little of each?
Wonderful. That's not your apartment. Still in the woods?
@fendrguitplayr – Meditative. Clear. Calm.
@bgmacaw – Your spring reverb sound like plate reverb to me. Nice minor ideas.
@Alan L Cole – Alan,...
Roberts Western is my favorite. I’ve seen a band while having breakfast there.
There’s that Riverboat. I guess.
A really pretty slick Netflix offering. It’s in Russian but subtitles aren’t even visible to me after 10 minutes.
The theme is anti robot...
I got polio.
No need for a second track. You did everything necessary the first time.
It took a few tries to get a mix I could live with.
My wife is on her second Forester and my daughter is driving her first one.
- I liked the diminished bits a lot.
- I expect so. All better now!
- Something different indeed. I'm guessing you're not the rapper.
I have a cold I can't hear that well and I just downloaded the latest Cakewalk and used a weird inverse reverb.
He played on my friends cliff Eberhardt's first record. Years ago now. He played with Ray Charles too!
Keep coming back!
I'm re-reading the Siege of Krishnapur by J. G. Farrell right now.
- Oh I don't know about that! Sounds like you're handling it just fine. Congratulations on the happy day!
Fall or Dodge in Hell by Neal Stephenson. I just finished it. Highly recommended.
If only I could heed my own advice!
Clear. clean and simple often are the best choices. I started this track with a similar idea which I abandoned. This puts me in mind of George...
Ha! That’s not the song I was thing of!