A bit of a departure for you?
yes, I too like the sax.
Well, in my defense, I had family over all weekend, and then there is the job…
Really, I’m just lulling you into a false sense of security.
Actually, I did work on this for most of my free moments over the weekend:
Whoa! That is bonkers, Pops - I flippin’ love it.
You were never gonna share that sooop.
Tell us about the sax, Tommy? I need it.
Bet it’s his guitar.
Poppa, there seems to be something wrong with your link now.
Not quite sure what the problem is.
You should check it out.
Edit: sorry, that might have been a little mean.
Sax is my Roland Strat played with the Roland GR-09… My link is now in the trash can. Nice…
Cool that you got a book out there Tom. Family history I presume.
Right - when I click on the link I get one of Tom’s songs.
Oh - forgetted - not quite the departure you might think - been working on a “Columbus” song in this bag for about three months. Was gonna debut it at mine and Bubba’s wedding but he done married another guy over the holidays. I’m crushed…
Don’t sweat it Pops… You know how fickle that feller is…
PS I did hear the song. On the crappy netbook speaks while cooking supper mind you… but what I heard was cool sho’ nuff. I needs one of them Synth-geetars… Ach! Broke as Jeremy’s cognitive resources though…
Poppa, sorry about that link problem, I have no idea how it occurred, but if you post the link again I think I know how to fix it.
Family history, yes. Stories of class warfare, murders, and scandalous relations with the local capitalists. Seriously!
There, I think I was able to fix the link. That better?
Right - when I click on the link I get one of Tom's songs.
Not just one of my songs. Beyond question the most painful song I ever wrote. And I mean real pain, not emotional. Something about a trash can speaker.
Something about a trash can speaker.
HA! I remember your foray into transducer engineering!
It was FUN if not exactly 'high-fidelity' though, right?
High fidelity? Nope, not exactly. I think I recall you saying something about it hurting your ears like an icepick. Mine too. It’s hilarious showing it to folks who come over, however.
Anyway, someone fixed your link, Tommy!