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Old 02-21-2007, 11:27 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Drum Teachings

I was sharing some drum information with a friend yesterday.

I was telling him that I was taught not to come to the drum if you have bad feelings or don't like someone who is sitting at the drum. Because if you do, this negative energy will affect all the singers.

I put this into practice recently and chose not to sit at the drum because of some personal things that were going on in my life at that moment.

I wonder how many new singers are taught about the drum and how to conduct yourself properly when you sit around a southern drum?
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