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news from the center of the universe; El Stankerosa:
#11
No thanks. I'll stick with my ancient Jazz and Classical.
You can lead 'em to knowledge, but you can't make 'em think.
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#12
Hip Hop has given me my identity as an old fart.
I am to hip hop as my dad was to rock and roll.
(He couldn't endure the shit. Wouldn't allow it in the house. Not because of any moral shit; he just thought it was crap.)

Much like him, I don't even have to listen to it to know that it's crap.

Kind of scary.
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#13
(10-15-2020, 06:32 AM)stanky Wrote:  We ain't going nowhere..



Ask not what is the problem but, rather, where is the lesion.
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#14
funny that.
Possibly the most played tune at old hippy jam parties.
We could all play and sing it.
I never thought about the meaning of the lyrics.
It was like the pledge of allegiance. You know the words; the chords are easy; rhythm pattern is cake.

Maybe you notice a cute female in the distance; one you've never met. maybe you'll break a string.
Breaking a string can be fun if it's not the high "E".
You can get a different sound.
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#15
Don't recall that Dylan song at all. Maybe because I never went to hippy jam parties.

Probably just me but the older I get the worse Dylan sounds.
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#16
I broke an E string on my bass while on stage one night.

The crowd was impressed, I was pissed, and we played on.

Did have to make an adjustment though to finish the song.
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