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drummernick
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painting by numbers music . . . .

the up side is that people are talking about music rather than geek toys

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I agree with you on all counts Drummernick. I was just kins messing with the whole thing. In my opinion, nothing makes me happier than sitting and listening to a singer and an Acoustic guitar, under the moonlight, next to a clean water river.

I think that covers LMike's points.....lol (just kidding around Mike...lol)

Just one of my simple pleasures.

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drummernick wrote:real music is created without electricity


looks like you have a lot to learn about music
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I totally agree with you, even after 35 years playing, 22 years of that as a full time career I still have a lot to learn. We never stop learning the nuances of music. That's why I love it so much.
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I'm of both minds. I'm 50 but I don't want to seem stuck in my ways like my grandfather was - the older I get the more of a battle that is. Ironically, I think I was more staunch about what I considered music when I was younger. I went through the phase of "well, is it still making music if you are steeling clips of other people's recorded music and using it to build your own song around?" That's a string of notes strung together on a recording vs a string of notes that we play on our instruments that someone else has undoubtedly played and we liked and used it. And how about a different tack, do I have the right to buy all the gear Jimi Hendrix used and try to get his sound and then make a recording with it? My point is it's all varying degrees of doing stuff that's been done. How many different songs have you heard the same drum beat on? You could argue (and probably many do) that playing clips of music is now a new intrument, I mean it's 2012 we've had electricity for quite awhile now and I have come to change my mind about these things and realize that the while idea of making music is going to keep on evolving with or with out me or my personal opinions on it.

Don't get me wrong I'm not really into that sort of music, I'm still that guy that was in high school mid to late 70's and lived for that era of music. I'm just saying that at some point in my life I came to the realization that despite what my personal tastes or opinions are regarding what is music and what isn't that all these artists are selling records. To do that, someone has to be getting something out of it... and isn't THAT what it's all about? Whether it's 5 people or 5 million, if it touches someone in some way doesn't that make it valid??
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litesnsirens wrote:
I'm still that guy that was in high school mid to late 70's and lived for that era of music.


That's O.K.....unless you started HS in the 60's.

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dgkenney wrote:
litesnsirens wrote:
I'm still that guy that was in high school mid to late 70's and lived for that era of music.


That's O.K.....unless you started HS in the 60's.

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