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Discussion in 'Acoustic Heaven' started by Freeman Keller, Nov 26, 2020.
I started my day with a listen to the Massacre.
You probably know that there is a station in Portland that has played it every years since (insert way back when)
And since I only play it once a year I'm not very good...
Had to learn AR back in high school for guitar class. Unfortunately, I was pretty much focused on hard rock and such at the time and folk/pop didn't register with me much. Most of the time my buddies and I (once we got the basic song chops down..), would spend most of the rest of the time modifying lyrics to the assigned song of the week as to make humorous and profane. I won't repeat all the offshoots and contortions we were able to get out of the popular tunes of the day, but rest assured, we pushed envelope and managed not to get kicked out of class. . I am a better person now.
Had a Thanksgiving dinner that couldn’t be beat.....
What’re you in fer?
and causin' a nuisance....
Happy Thanksgiving! I normally don't like gold hardware on guitars, but that there is one sweet tele.
I always think of Arlo’s theorem: “One big pile is better than two small ones”
... so rather than bring that one up, we decided to throw ours down...
And here comes the Judge with a seeing eye dog.Officer Opie looks at the pictures with circles and arrows on each one,then looks at the seeing eye dog.Ha Ha Ha.Love that album.
I was involved in a big clean up and remodeling job back in the late '70s.
Dozens of pickup loads to the dump.
We had a high school kid who hung around who volunteered to drive the truck to the dump.
Naturally we said, 'Go for it.'
He takes off and returns about five minutes with an empty pickup.
He found a small pile down the street and made it a big pile.
We figured in a small town the constabulary would notice our remodeling, so we made the kid haul the trash to the real dump.