WB's 'Hey 19 Rap' of the Week
There are quite a few of us out here who have been in the studio, or have been in a very good band, and we all understand exactly what you are saying.. Speaking the nonverbal language of music could be the most satisfying thing that we could ever do.. Outsiders don't understand and those who are working with you become closer than your own family.. They say that it's magic, that it's Golden, and it is that and more.. To be a part of the conversation is completely different than anything else that you could do.. This conversation has it's own heartbeat, it's own identity, and it's own conclusions.. Stand back Jack, this is Real.. Lary
Anyone who has ever tried to make music with several personalities of varying degrees of musical talent along with multitudes of individual experiences and influences not to mention, life thoughts knows exactly what you're saying. Sometimes we barely palyed a song but never took our hands off the tools.
People call my writings wordy! Ha! WB and our host here, I know those people would never be able to "get it" either.
T/Y god bless and fck despicable donald.
Short and sweet! Junkie Girl is my favorite Track of Whack.
We all feel it D.. An empty heart aches, so you fill it with laughter.. We've got our great memories and these amazing little clips of priceless fun.. And love..... Lary
Oh I know Dan...I've got to say that a Becker studio, on his own session when things were cooking and his wit and silliness were in full effect, was one of the happiest places I've ever experienced. He was happy -- and he managed to make others happy. He had an incredible ability for planting joyousness. Hearing little bits of this on the tapes...well, once again I can't believe this miracle of a man has been subtracted from the world.
I thought maybe someone set fire to his flip flops.. I dunno, just another rainy Monday..
Haa !! Lary
How'd they ever get anything done in the recording studio? They were having too much fun! LOL When I heard Walter take it up a notch and start shouting, I was fully hoping it'd morph into a Chicago blues style version of the song.
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