#1
I just realized how fun it is to play blues!
Ive always had a place for it but never really learned any songs until now!
I can play the Benny Hill theme and I'm currently learning GUITAR BOOGIE!!

Feels good to take a break from thrash metal
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#2
Can you sing it? Nobody can sing the blues like blind willie mctell.
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#3
cool bro blog bro coo
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#4
Try some jazz next.
Q: Favourite Pink Floyd song?
A: The one where they get wicked high and play Emin and A for an hour.
#7
Yeah Blue's is awesome


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#9
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You're only playing the blues because of what Kensai said in your sig.


lol.


Weird thing is I don't like when it starts sounding rockabobby.
Then I'd just stick to classical.
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#10
Blues definitely is fun to play. I play mostly metal/punk/hard rock myself, but every once in a while it helps my playing a bit by just jamming to some blues.
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#12
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lol.


Weird thing is I don't like when it starts sounding rockabobby.
Then I'd just stick to classical.


...wat.
Begin again in the night, let's sway again tonight.
Your arm on my shoulder, your cheek against mine.
Where can we go, when will we find that, we know.