SSG12 - Week14 - Dancing with Ghosts - mp3 added
With that school name carved into it, you may have a leg up on this week's assignment!
It is wild to think of what some of these instruments have gone through, both good and bad. "Diary of a guitar..." might make a nice topic one day.
Yeah, that was dark. Wicked awesome. What an interesting touch at the end. I've heard that done to set a tone at the beginning of a song. This method let me not knowing what to think. hence, the "Dduuuuuuuuddddddeeeeeeee" moment.
"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would forever drive perfectionist musicians crazy." - George Carlin
Hey Paul :)
When I 1 st read the lyrics I will admit I was not a fan , the words with longer syllables just wasn't working for me , but I took that in and wanted to hear how you fitted them into music before replying . Well ! Well ! Well ! While we had breakfast this morning , The wife and your nephew Noah and myself listened intently , My 1 st impression was dam this guy is good , then I looked over and saw Noah an Trudy swaying as they listened .
When the music stopped and what an ending ! I love it ... I asked , what you think to the Mrs an Grandson - I think the 10 year summed it up best by saying ..
" Poppy was that the man who sings Me an You and a Dog named Boo ?( his favorite song ( Lobo )
I have not much to say other than ...
WOW .......... Dam nice job mate , dam nice ! :)
Here is to you as good as you are
And here is to me as bad as I am
As good as you are and as bad as I am
I'm as good as you are as bad as I am
Thanks guys for the listen and comments.
Roy, I've been reading Keith Richards book and in there he talked about one song they did ("Roll Over Beethoven") that had a cameo instrument at the end, and I though what a great idea.
" Poppy was that the man who sings Me an You and a Dog named Boo ?( his favorite song ( Lobo ) " that boys got style :D.