Ooh, you're a hard man, GodfatherWell maybe I should lighten up about it, then. But if I owned a pretty lacquer finish and that coin took a bounce and put a nick in it, my "kick in the nuts" response stands
That would spoil the fun - the whole idea is that it's a playful jibe. Still, I'm with Meat on the dollar bills idea ...Agreed, throwing coins likely isn't going to do much damage. As long as it had some use contributing to the show and worked out with my permission in advance, I wouldn't have a problem with it.
How did he throw it? Seems like it was more a little flip than a baseball throw.It isn't that exciting. When Rocco did it to David, it was a barely audible ting sound.
Same here, if my guitarist would try to throw coins or hit my cymbals with the headstock he'll have to spend the rest of the session dodging my sticks (and I usually have a full brick with me at any time :-D )2nd that. Anyone pullin' that crap around me, I'd be firing a drumstick back at 'em fast.
Which one are you? Vito, Sonny, Fredrico or Michael?Same here, if my guitarist would try to throw coins or hit my cymbals with the headstock he'll have to spend the rest of the session dodging my sticks (and I usually have a full brick with me at any time :-D )
Thx. Hardly a biggie IMOIndeed, it was a coin flip that was aimed to land on the ride cymbal.
...I wouldn't mess with Red "Clamps" Menace either ...If I were in a jazz outfit where it was considered OK to throw coins then I'd start throwing bricks.
I knew you'd get itA little late back to the party here but was that a Futurama joke out of you Polly?