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In the spirit of this section ..."Anything to do with the things that make the music we listen to."...

I give you (because nobody else wants) Bobby-McFerrin-inna-Giles-Brandreth-stylee in an ode to Thomas Crappers greatest invention.

http://www.mediafire.com/?hzuiier6nlskvzd

Technology is great innits! 6 DTB's in relative approximate harmony.

8 tracks are fun :)

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Fun ?

I laughed so much I had tears in my eyes.


Bravo for silly songs. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Very tasteful.
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Ace the bass

swidt

thats brill. I lurrve it..

coincidence or synchronicity, not sure, but I have a song about dog poo in the park which I'm waiting to tidy up when I get the studio machine back up and running.....you sure you don't want to collaborate, we'd be like 2 pigs in xhit...snigger
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Whahey! Glad you all 'like' it!

I like the co-writing idea, we could be Bass+Bass, how lo can we go (when singing about poo poo!).

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OMG stop him someone.
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andrew Ivimey wrote:OMG stop him someone.


:-)

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The latest, hot from the USB port on the Portastudio.

Frank Zappa described guitarists soloing with no direction as 'noodling', I'm doing that but with a cheery outlook, hence this track is called "Happy Noodles" :)

http://www.mediafire.com/?36biyrca79ry491

'Big Band' lineup...

Acoustic Guitar - DTB
Strat 'Chank Rhythym' - DTB
Bass - DTB
Melody Guitar - DTB
Slide Solo Guitar - DTB
Drums - Boss BR800 (I haven't learned to 'arrange' the drum patterns yet so I've just left Mr Boss on loop!).

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The perfect accompaniment for a lunchtime cheese and brown sauce toasted sarnie. Thanks Dave. :)

I still reckon there would be an opportunity for you real mooooooooooosicians to have a live session at next Owsters. :wink:
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And how do you feel when Phil describes your music as being perfect for anything, Dave?
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Ta Phil. Music to regurgitate to!

Right, a song for our-Ali next 'Pylons'. This could take some time, it needs the drum parts programming and I'm a-strugglin' this afternoon.

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shane wrote:And how do you feel when Phil describes your music as being perfect for anything, Dave?
Flattered! :lol:

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Cool baby!

Nice relaxed groove, just the ticket for a lazy Sunday afternoon. :D :D :D
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Thank you MrC. Glad you liked it.

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Dave the bass wrote:Ta Phil. Music to regurgitate to!

Right, a song for our-Ali next 'Pylons'. This could take some time, it needs the drum parts programming and I'm a-strugglin' this afternoon.

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