Not sure if serious....
I will let you guess. But I'm pretty sure the bass player fell off the beat once or twice... to be fair, he and the drummer were taking turns running the train off the rails...er, or trying to get it on the rails... or whatever that was. Seriously.Not sure if serious....
NO.......the best part of that performance was when it finished.The best part was maybe the awesome scream in the middle.
Yeah, no one is looking at each other or feeling any sort of cues that anyone else is doing. In other words, there isn't any communication. Each one is saying to himself "Dammit, I'm playing this right and no one is following me! I'll show them a thing or two by just continuing to play independently of everyone else until they all follow me!!!"I saw five musicians playing five tempos.
Yeah, I battled with that myself....somehow I got through. Although I don't think I'll ever be quite the same again.Ouch... just too painful... I could not watch to the end.
No, It was just a joke, But I played with two bass players recently that were almost as bad!Is that true, Bob? If so...that's quite exciting. For some reason.
I love the singer holding the lyrics in his hand. LOLOuch. I gave them the benefit of the doubt, I know I have trouble keeping time at slow tempos, so I figured a slightly more up-tempo song would be better. Nope. At least he knew the words to the Floyd song.