Thanks, & yes, Ric plays Ric, & has his own vibe going onOof to the ouch, but it sounds good and you look like you're having fun through the pain.
Bonus points for booking who I can only imagine is the Time Wizard on the Ric.
For me, it depends on the agreed direction of the cover act. For sure, tribute act = every note as original, but every other format is open to interpretation. That said, the starting point should only ever be the ability to deliver the original part, with any deviation on the basis of a defined purpose.So true of many recordings when played live by the artist/artists. Too much is made of hitting everything note for note , iconic familiar parts and fills aside.
So long as the feel is kept and everything fits like you’ve done it’s all good .
I’ll accept joy derived on the basis of amusementI've watched this several times now Andy and I'm still smiling even though I hate Van Halen.