Bad Luck Has a Plan for Me...

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Bad Luck Has a Plan for Me...

Postby stumblin » Fri Nov 05, 2010 12:42 am

Dude... Everything's changed.
Aaaanyhoo, I guess this is now the forum in which to post recordings & stuff. So...
Here's a little fol-de-rol what I've been tinkering with from time to time over the last few months.
Kindly refrain from judging me too harshly, I get enough of that at home!
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Re: Bad Luck Has a Plan for Me...

Postby jeffl » Fri Nov 12, 2010 10:35 pm

Jus' caught that Andy... I liked the high note slidin' on that 12. Wasn't one of yer better phrasing efforts-- 'n' I usually like your phrasing. I'll bet you'll get that phrasing down better with repetition. Keep 'em comin'.
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Re: Bad Luck Has a Plan for Me...

Postby stumblin » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:55 pm

jeffl wrote:Jus' caught that Andy... I liked the high note slidin' on that 12. Wasn't one of yer better phrasing efforts-- 'n' I usually like your phrasing. I'll bet you'll get that phrasing down better with repetition. Keep 'em comin'.

Bubba,
Thanks for your honesty and candour. Respect... 8)
I just needed to get the damn thing recorded before I got sick of it or forgot it!
Truth is, I'm thinking that I might do a few more unrehearsed songs if I get a good verbal cliché and a kind of repetitive yet permeable riff
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Re: Bad Luck Has a Plan for Me...

Postby Neal » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:26 am

I liked it as well, and you need to write down shit before!! It has promise.
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Re: Bad Luck Has a Plan for Me...

Postby texas blues » Sat Nov 27, 2010 6:57 am

I dig it raw just like that. Feel and emotion trump technique and finesse every time. Great stuff!
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