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Re: Is local live music suffering?

Post  EXILED PILGRIM on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:03 am

I love your originals music JJ. Looking forward to hearing some more Smile
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Post  jokerjames on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:12 am

We have gigged Waiting (which is not actually mine, it is Lee's and the old bass player's song) and All About You. The former is 19 years old, the latter 17 years old so they are getting on lol.

We also played Finished Forever which I wrote when I was 17. I think it is obvious we need some new songs. The trouble is I have not written for the band in a long time and a lot of what I write or have written is acoustic sort of stuff.

When I get some headspace. I will start to get my head around it or waste another decade like I did in my mid twenties! We get very little time to play or learn or just jam. It is a pisser but that is the case. I think it is part of the reason I resent the covers and pub gigs sometimes. If one goes bad I really think what is the point? I could be playing my own stuff and being ignored lol!

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Post  EXILED PILGRIM on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:20 am

You should have a session with Matt (ooooo matron) writing a song I mean affraid clown
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Post  JimGoesSolo on Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:51 am

JJ, use your soundchecks to practice your own stuff and get it tight amongst you. You'll probably even get someone come up and ask what it was!
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