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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by GuitarMakerNyc, Feb 12, 2020.
You are correct sir!
Blind Empire State Building Fredericks?
It's that whole adoption thing. (I actually sold a suit to Jack in Novato before some occasion where he was going to meet Bob.)
One of the all-time greats.
Who can forget his 1933 hit “Get Your Gorilla Off My Pillar”.
That’s cool. When I was a kid, we lived for a while in Clarendon Hills which was right next to Westmont, where Muddy lived before he died. I used to ride my bike past his house by the train tracks. There were many stories of the Stones and Clapton being sighted there, but I never saw them.
Finally someone got it! Nice!
Look further east
Guitarist trying to lock up his rock and roll past and give jazz a try. Sadly his playing lacks the sting to convincingly make the changes.
Andrew James Somers
All in good fun, but I'm pretty sure he was playing jazz prior to his, um, famous band, and he can certainly make the changes.
I was thinking Big Ben or maybe the Reichstag.
It was the beer, admit it!!!
Raymond John Pepperell vacationing in southeast asia