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Old 02-08-2011, 05:04 PM   #12
farmer ned
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It's good to see this at least mentioned on this site, because we all know, if you try to tell or even suggest to a new singer (drummer) a little bit of knowlege or experience, they just go and talk bad about you or get all mad about "that old guy", then, they just sit and look around while you sing, all while they beat the heck out of the drum. Anyway, rythm is a funny thing, either you have it or you don't, simple as that. I gave up this singin thing a long time ago because of the new drummers attitudes, and, there is some old guys that go out to the center drum and just sit there too, so, good luck with all this drummin stuff.
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