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Shay

Merci Beaucoup - I did mean "etes not et"

 

And of course the compliment was for you and I hope I got the words right.

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Dinaki

Tu es tres gentille alors (you are then kind)

 

 

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Abi

 

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Shay

I have my first official HRT consult in less than an hour - need some Nickel Creek and  Nick Drake to calm the nerves

 

 

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Dinaki

Today I am listening to "The Airborne Toxic Event"

Wrong

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SaraAW

Sufjan Stevens right now, but my playlists jump all over the place. 

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Cyndee

It's breakfast with The Beatles, perhaps my favorite of theirs....from the Abby Road Medley....

 

"Step on the gas, and wipe that tear away"

 

 

so true, today.....

 

C

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Shay

Wonderful choice my new band of really seasoned musicians make our debut tonight with 30 Beatles songs and 20 Tom Petty songs. We are calling ourselves BlackByrd and I'm left handed and play a hofner violin style bass. Guess who is my musical hero?

I think our best cover is 

 

https://youtu.be/KQetemT1sWc

 

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Dinaki

I have been listening today to Fleetwood Mac and these ones I like it alot

 

Sara

Gypsy

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SaraAW

Talking a walk down nostalgia lane and found a Spotify playlist of all the songs from every Big Shiny Tunes Album.  All kinds of 90's alternative, rock and pop. These albums were compilations put together by the Canadian music tv station MuchMusic, similar to MTV in the US.

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Dinaki

I saw Giusy Ferreri once in a concert several years ago in Athens.

 

Novembre

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Cyndee
11 hours ago, Shay said:

I'm left handed and play a hofner violin style bass. Guess who is my musical hero?

 

 

That's awesome Shay your Hofner playing lefty. I think it looks cool on stage, when one of the guitar players is a lefty. It creates a certain stage presence. It turns out I'm also a left handed guitar player, and yes Paul was one of my hero''s growing up, same with Jimi Hendrix....I have a few custom made left handed Carvin basses I use that are strung with lowest string on the bottom (right handed inverted style), a picture of one of them posted in my blog....

 

Go lefties and have fun with your new band :)

 

 

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Shay

Cyndee...sounds like we need to jam. If we can find another lefty on guitar we can call ourselves Mirror Image.

I have a '72 Strat, a Telecaster and Les Paul.

I have been in bands for as long as I can remember ro keep my chops up. I also because of the Beatles I write and record my own material and actually had some regional success and was part of a documentary that received an emmy nomination. Do you record?

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Cyndee

@Shay - Those guitars sound absolutely wonderful, and your invitation to jam is well received. I'll shoot you a pm....

 

Not to derail this thread talking about myself, I have Aja going in my headphones at the moment, always liked the bass line in this tune, and was a favorite to play along with....It's just soooo groovy....

 

 

C

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Shay

Loved Steely Dan from the moment I heard their first release - Do It Again..... saw them at the University of Toledo in 1972 when they had just released their second album...Countdown to Ecstacy....paid $2.50 (ah those were the days)....

 

Here is an amazing Steely Dan song ... ah heck ... couldn't make up my mind which one to choose

 

 

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Dinaki

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Jackie C.

Today feels like a Lindsey Sterling day. I absolutely adore the way she moves.

 

Roundtable Rival

 

Hugs!

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Dinaki

Right now, my Apple Music plays The Mavericks

 

Lies

Born To Be Blue

 

...and lastly, I found a song that I truly like by Lisa Stansfield

TAKE MY HEART

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Dinaki

(I hope one day I find someone to dedicate that song, meanwhile dream on Dina)

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Erikka

This is my favorite axe. Built by Ken Lawrence who is the luthier who has built most of the Explorer body guitars  for James Hetfield. Check out YouTube Metallica: James' New Guitar from the Garage Days for example of his work.

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Cyndee
13 hours ago, Erikka said:

This is my favorite axe. Built by Ken Lawrence who is the luthier who has built most of the Explorer body guitars  for James Hetfield. Check out YouTube Metallica: James' New Guitar from the Garage Days for example of his work.

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@ErikkaThat's beautiful ! Nice inlay work in the neck !

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Shay

ok wow she is a beautiful piece of work. my new band has two guitarists who build their own guitars and the drummer builds drums. one of the guitarists also builds amps.

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Cyndee

I'm listening to some of Shay's originals right now, what a beautiful voice....

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Shay

shucks Cyndee don't need any blush today...i am working on feminizing my voice abs i hope that one is even sweeter

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