The best kind of nights.I may have to give up my sit on the couch and do nothing nights.
That's a tough night to give up. Right behind "are you going to finish that? " night and " could you grab me another beer?" night. They all seem to fall in with "where is the remote?" night.
...Hey gaz.The best kind of nights.
Glad to hear it went well Baz and the best of luck in the future with the group. (I'm a 'Gaz' by the way. Didn't realise that shortening names with a 'z' had crossed over the Atlantic)
...Thanks Colonel.I want to hear more about the "small doses person" - fascinating! Examples please! With that mustache, I'd want to be around you at all times too. Can we really fault the guy?
and while I'm on "mustache", I think instead of 2020202020202020 to fill the character count, you are now required to write "mustachemustachemustache".
Glad things seem to be going well!
Hey, those skidmarks were there before I went in. And your sister was hitting on ME, not the other way around. Also, those were my CD's in the first place. And as far as your food and booze, what do you want me to do, sit here and starve?...Thanks Colonel.
Small dose people are the types that pop over unannounced, overstay their welcome, eat your food, drink your booze, hit on the females in your family, leave skid marks in your toilet, then leave with a bunch of your CDs. We all know them and on occasion, we are them.
that's pretty funny! can i use that?.
I am not a musical whore, I am a musical concubine.
...Thanks dairyman.that's pretty funny! can i use that?
glad to hear you had a good night!
i started up with a new band last night too! so far i haven't had to whore myself, and there don't seem to be any "small dose" people involved who might leave skid marks in my toilet.
...thank you my friends.
No worries about any fireworks displays from me. If they want a ratamacue, they will have to settle for a barbeque.
That is a great quote. Yes just do your best and be friendly. I just started a new band one week ago and these guys are all top players and I kid you not, after the second gig the bass player after the show says to me, " You should play more with your wrist and not your arms so you don't get tired and slow the tempo down"! WOW, it was hard to swallow that. Luckily the rest of the band thinks I rock! Hang in there man,
I've missed this. A great read. You need to update more damn you!!!...it's hard to believe that two months have passed since I started playing with these guys,
We have been jamming regularily, once a week minimum, and we have even played our first gig. I have come to the sad conclusion that I am no where near the drummer that I thought I was, but it doesn't seem to matter. These guys have become my friends as well as band mates. I am on my way out for our first post gig jam, and I am curious to see how that will go.