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At 22:28 on January 13, 2008, Martin (NL) said…
She's 8! That's great. I was 8 too when I joined my corps. My girlfriend's little brother is 10 years now, and he has joined too, turns out he's talented. :)
But he's also joined one of the local football (you call it soccer) teams too, so I'm pushing him and the corps directors to enter the real corps with a pair of cymbals, and hope he'll quit the football within a few years :)
At 20:51 on January 13, 2008, Steve said…
That should read "haven't heard"
At 20:51 on January 13, 2008, Steve said…
Haven't Tuesday Blue. Do they have the same sound as The Clash? I have a bunch of stuff that The Clash guys did after. Strummer did a lot; even played with the Pogues for a stint. Paul Simonon had "Havana 3 AM". I wasn't to big on Mick Jones' stuff.
At 11:05 on January 13, 2008, Martin (NL) said…
oops, they are called the Santa Clara Vanguard :)
At 11:04 on January 13, 2008, Martin (NL) said…
A double kick? Is your daughter a heavy metal drumster? Or is it just a series by Mapex?
I've never been to a Zildjian festival, didn't know they exist. But I do agree that Zildjian is in the top 3 of best cymbal producers. like Paiste.
I don't really have a list of fav. drummers. I can mention some bands that have a great drummer though, for example the Tower of Power. but they choose new musicians every few years. And for the drumline stuff, there are some corps that are reknown for their advanced drumlines (although that varies per year), like the Santa Clare Vanguard, Blue Devils and Phantom Regiment.
At 3:51 on January 13, 2008, Hal B. Wright said…
Dear Ms. HDSQ,
I took a chance in sending you this bit of irreverent poetry. I figured if you were raised on gospel and bluegrass music that you had some very good common sense. Glad you liked it. There is more where that came from. Even thought about doing a blog! That's what we all need - a bit of humor to lighten up the socialist media world.
Regards, Ha l B. Wright
At 3:13 on January 13, 2008, Carol said…
Ok so Louisvilles Irish Fest needs more excitement there. Is there many singers that come there from Ireland.? St Paul here in MN is pretty good but could have more things too. But the concerts are good. My grand kids are...going to have all birthdays in March. They are a grandson will be 20, a granddaughter will be 21 and another granddaughter that will be 23. The 23 yr old is graduated from 4 yrs of college and she is a Respiratory Therapist in a hospital in Louisville.
Thanks for the comments...Hugs....
At 3:09 on January 13, 2008, Hal B. Wright said…
dear Ms. HDSQuaver, Perhaps you like environmental poetry. got it almost done when tech problems cut me off, so here goes again:

Global Warming

The lowly cockroach does his thing,
He does not smile nor does he sing,
But, however he does pass,
Affecting climate with his gas.

Now thirty years ago t'was said,
Cold climate change would make us dead.
Now that forgotten, we are hot-
The cockroach is the one forgot!

His C O 2 gas works so well,
It out performs all fac'try smell.
The cockroach is so great,
They all perform, and none are late.

The lowly roach survived the cold,
Lived right through hot times of old.
Spread effluence through all ages;
So much for global warming "sages"!

Cheers to all,
At 2:55 on January 13, 2008, Carol said…
Thanks for the friend request. Oh wow it is a small world. You aren't very far fom my family either. Have you ever been to the Irish Festival in Louisville? I suppose thats a big one. I have been in KY many times...LOL I have toured the whole state..Also went to churchhill downs...not too lucky a little loose a little..haha
At 2:34 on January 13, 2008, Carol said…
Welcome to this Pub...its getting bigger all the time. Where in KY are you. My daughter lives there too and so do my 3 grandkids. My daughter lives in Boston, KY have you ever heard of that Hillbilly town:) She works in Louisville...has quite a drive. My grands live in that near you???
At 2:28 on January 13, 2008, Dabhoch said…
Wow..!! What a name..!! That's how I sing most of the time..!! Welcome to our looney bin..!!
At 2:22 on January 13, 2008, Hal B. Wright said…
Dear Ms. HemiDemiSemiQuaver,
When first looked at your web name, thought it vas deutsch, ach du lieber! But since I do genelogical extraction once a week, I remembered that there are a lot of German ancestral people in KY. Never been to "rural" Ky.but most of it is rural, isn't it? Pray tell, what is infused music? Not familiar with that branch of the music field. Thanks for the contact, Regards, Hal Wright
At 20:15 on January 12, 2008, Steve said…
Anytime! Thanks for accepting.
At 13:44 on January 12, 2008, Rebecca Gresty said…
Thank you for that, you've made my day!!!

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