Miko any chance you might want to do a set with Andre laFosse and I at the attic
on April 10th, a sunday evening. there is no money in it other than what
you can make off your own merchandise, but you would be able to have at least 45
minutes to an hour to do your thing. if you are not interested or can't make it,
is ther anyone else you could suggest? I thought about Chris Muir though I
have no contact info for him and he hasn't posted to LD in quite some time.n
Since its a Sunday night i figured tthere might not be any
Whoa... I'll be 52 in August... I still like to
stand. I found that when playing solo acoustic I immediately had a better
reaction from the audience upon standing. Having always done the rock thing
anyway, it seems more natural.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 8:35
Subject: Re: Sit or Stand?
In a message dated
02/20/05 21:14:26, firstname.lastname@example.org
Weak back is one reason I am asking--mine hurts . .
. But heck, I'm 52--
Mine too . . . and I will be 52 in a couple of
months as well.
The "access to footpedals" question is a reasonable
one too. I am frequently
"pedaling" with both feet when I'm playing with
my full rig and seated.
Unless you can do something like the old Morley
cartoon mascot guy and
have pedals for shoes this is a little difficult
to do while standing.
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