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The Grateful Dead

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- Thu, 21 Feb 2019 23:39:37 EST /uQYVqQh No.454568
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I don't get it
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Cornelius Shakewater - Sat, 18 Apr 2020 03:43:47 EST Zsi4a1HC No.456518 Reply
Yeah always sorta hated Grateful Dead, when it comes to psychedelic 60s music more of a Jefferson Airplane and 13th Floor Elevators type of guy.
Angus Sadgebadging - Sat, 18 Apr 2020 13:26:55 EST bGp3nUUA No.456519 Reply
the band actually isn't bad (terrapin station is great) but every fan of them i've ever met has been a dirty scumbag unfortunately

Thought I would share Some of My own Music

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- Mon, 13 Apr 2020 13:16:05 EST 8JSYviE1 No.456493
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I make trippy music that I would enjoy listening to while high or tripping, This song is less trippy than the others but I am pretty proud of it.


You'll Fools Even Play Music?

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- Thu, 21 Mar 2019 17:58:56 EST /1YOOjmD No.454666
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Sup /m/

I know a bunch of you play instruments, but do any of you play with other people? Bands, orchestras, barbershop quartets, anything? My story isn't too interesting, so ignore the spoiler and just post your own!

I started private drum lessons at age 7, and continued until age 17. I played in highschool band for 3 years and in the jazz band too, though I usually wasn't sober at our concerts, a habit which came full-circle and fucked me up in college. I advised Therm0ptic on electronic drum sets, a high point on my musical resume and a debt which he is deeply grateful to have. I also studied at a four-year university and got a degree in music composition.

I quit drumming three years ago because of heroin addiction, muddled with casual benzo use, and regular consumption of alcohol, weed, kratom, ketamine, cocaine, other drugs, homelessness, poverty- the usual 420chan shit. I still am homeless of course, so I don't have anywhere to set up a drum set, but I got recruited by this 10-year old band with a decent local following. They're a bunch of 40-60 year old folks, and I'm 28, but we have some musical commonalities. I'm a great rock n' roller, but my passion has always been my own flavor of contemporary classical which blends numerous genres together with a classical background. The band plays old classic rock, rhythm and blues, etc. A few names on this 200 song setlist I have here are Eric Clapton, the Beatles, Johnny Nash, the Ramones, and the Rolling Stones. I've had two practices with them so far, and they always have good IPAs, bourbon, and weed, so I feel right at home. The drum set they have isn't the best, but it gets the job done, and it's nice to be socializing for a change and meeting new people, since I'm a shut-in like most of you.

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Graham Firrybane - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 05:31:09 EST thuw3dKO No.454672 Reply

I have three guitars and I don't use any of them.

I want to, tho. There's something inside me that wants to create. Be it music or any other art.

Maybe it's not the time yet.
DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 08:16:36 EST 3uA6sgR0 No.454673 Reply
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>>454671 I don't either tbh, I much prefer to be in the studio recording stuff, doing overdubs and that. I do have fun when we play live, but I don't want to repeat what happened with my previous bands where we'd play a lot of gigs and get good reviews and write some good songs, but never get round to recording them, so they just vanish into the other when things fall apart...
Fuck Buzzfoot - Fri, 17 Apr 2020 22:42:34 EST Bp4bgKqR No.456516 Reply
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Keyboard with 88 keys.

funk songs with phaser

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- Wed, 15 Apr 2020 19:49:58 EST wqYay1rU No.456505
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Post itt funk/r&b/jazz fusion tracks that extensively used phaser sounds please. Just got a phaser pedal and looking for inspiration

Songs in Drop C# (Guitar)

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- Wed, 15 Apr 2020 19:26:20 EST wqYay1rU No.456504
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What dope songs are there in drop C# tuning on guitar? Pic related, already learning Unchained by Van Halen...

"Beautiful Ride" sung by John C. Reil;y as Dewey Cox

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- Mon, 11 Mar 2019 19:18:05 EST ttKAE88W No.454630
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Weird that its source came from a comedy film that perhaps nobody remembers. The film wasn't that bad, to be honest. This song feels like it doesn't belong in it though since it's really not a comedic song. But it's about makin' a little music everyday 'til you die. It's a beautiful ride.


The film, "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" was more of a parody film of others such as "Walk the Line" which was about singer Johnny Cash. Though it was more of a parody in how Austin Powers parodied the James Bond franchise than a parody like Scary Movie or Meet the Spartans.

Either way, this song feels too legitimate to be attached to a film such as that.
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Martin Pittstock - Sun, 12 Apr 2020 07:00:07 EST oQlCdW3k No.456484 Reply
I like it like that
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Beatrice Brerringlock - Sun, 12 Apr 2020 08:18:40 EST thuw3dKO No.456489 Reply

It's insane.

"Get outta here, Dewey. You don't want any part of this shit"
Edwin Sinnershaw - Fri, 17 Apr 2020 12:08:32 EST rihcEXUc No.456511 Reply
When your lead is Dr Steve Brule you know you're going places.

Kim Gordon on BBC Sounds

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- Wed, 08 Apr 2020 13:18:50 EST gne40AY5 No.456463
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Kim Gordon (of Sonic Youth fame) sitting in for Iggy Pop. Is a really interesting DJ set with brief between tracks dialog from Kim.

Should be available at least the next 30 days.
Charles Dreckledet - Wed, 08 Apr 2020 13:20:47 EST gne40AY5 No.456464 Reply
If anyone could figure out how to download this I'd be eternally grateful. get_iplayer isn't working for me.

Goddam Will I Ever Get THIS Good At Music?

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!2iyFNTAIpU - Sat, 04 Apr 2020 01:42:34 EST gGu/9bvx No.456452
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>I practice every day but I'm afraid I might not ever achieve this level of music mastery, and frankly it's quite discouraging...

Anyone else feel like no matter how hard you try to get good at your instrument / vocals, you stumble accidently upon something that puts you in your place and makes you feel like you are just wasting your time if someone can so effortlessly be this goddam good?

Post link to your unachievable destroyer of esteem

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Rebecca Snodhall - Sat, 04 Apr 2020 18:37:38 EST Ewr6lSbV No.456456 Reply
Comparison is the thief of joy. I went to music school is world class masters of their instrument. People who had jobs lined up touring the world before they even entered in. It was difficult, I didn't really belong but had money lol, and I ended up dropping out, abusing drugs until my family ousted me and now I have no instruments, live in a trailer, and drive a UPS truck for a living.

>Don't compare yourself to others.
Archie Nickleson - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 12:13:11 EST rihcEXUc No.456460 Reply
Yeah, creativity isn't a race. It's not a weightlifting contest, it's not fencing.

It's about resonating with people. Ask yourself questions like
>How can I better express my ideas and create the things I want to?

Actually that's pretty much the only one that matters as far as being "good" goes. If you make music for any reason other than the love of making music it's going to suck.

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