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DaveFry

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  1. DaveFry

    Squarnch!

    I preferred their early albums .
  2. DaveFry

    The Art Of Drumming

    Mickey Hart ( of the Grateful Dead ) 's book " Drumming at the Edge of Magic " gets good reviews .
  3. DaveFry

    Current Earworm...

    Rodgers & Hart - " Lover " -from the 1932 film " Love Me Tonight " , because it is the last track on Dodo Marmarosa's album which I played this morning , where the tune is retitled as " Cosmo Street ". The 1947 recording ( album title " Dodo Marmarosa " ) was the first to feature jazz 'cello by bassist Harry Babasin . A catchy choon . Pizz cello solo at 2:17
  4. DaveFry

    Is volume killing smaller gigs?

    Nikki Bacharach ( daughter of Burt ) didn't like loud . Neither do I .( Aspie with chromesthesia )
  5. DaveFry

    Help with bass information.

    Did you try ukqueries(at)fender.com ?
  6. DaveFry

    Help with bass information.

    Ask Fender themselves .
  7. DaveFry

    Your Worst Gig Ever

    Just remembered playing my Rhodes solo at a birthday party in a marquee when a group of uninvited surfers appeared and let all the ropes down so it collapsed into the centre . I had to crawl out . Afterwards people would remark how my singing had really brought the house down !
  8. DaveFry

    Your *favourite* bassline?

    I wouldn't be confused or dazed if JPJ played it with his feet before getting a bass at 14 .
  9. DaveFry

    Your *favourite* bassline?

    Dido's Lament , from Henry Purcell's opera Dido And Aeneas Hit the charts in 1689 Edited to add : - Or any Lament Bass . Wikipedia has a list of more examples https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lament_bass
  10. DaveFry

    New toys and a rant

    This teacher agrees with the OP ranty part .
  11. The Art Of Being No One What , like this ?
  12. DaveFry

    Go Back In Time

    If the venue serves food send the most amiable band member to make friends with the chef .😉
  13. DaveFry

    CURVE BALL COVERS

    George Shearing turned " Mack The Knife " from an uptempo swing tune to a haunting ballad in the relative minor .
  14. DaveFry

    CURVE BALL COVERS

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