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Old 04-19-2013, 12:45 PM   #6
YBHMETALHEAD
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I do see truth in this. I grew up around all tha old guys like Evans Ray Satepauhoodle, Harry Buffalohead & Leonard Cozad Sr. Them guys, especially my Pujv or Kohn, Evans Ray, he taught me that tha old way was tha right way. Dressing your best at the drum, singing loud and hard but no need to scream, be reverent while you sit there, and carry yourself in a good way cuz I you're gonna be someone who brings those songs from The Creator to heal the people, people are gonna be watching eery move you make, cuz these people think highly of you. No disrespect to many of these modern southern drums, cuz I've known some of their singers personally for a long time, and i think a tiny little contemp isnt to bad, but at some point, enough is enough.
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