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Discussion in 'Studio & Stage' started by maplebaby, Aug 28, 2020.
Outstanding, as always! Thanks for posting, Dale.
thank you..greatly appreciate you sharing your time to check this out and hope all is very well your way!
Good to see you on the forum Dale! I just re-watched the LLB bio video the other day. I always enjoy revisiting your performances!
Are you back to playing with LLB?
That's the least accurate cover of Black Friday I've ever heard. . But its a darn good cover of Old School.
Great version. Man those horn players are tight!
Hello Tom..thanks for the kind post sir. I am not, it was a fun 5ish years, a lot of work and we'd done so many artists that i loved. However the original core band was gone and many of the artists being suggested i just didn't have any desire to work on. Thanks for asking, appreciated and hope you are doing very well. One question, do you enjoy your McCarty 594?
man, it's not easy getting older! i'm such a goof, thanks for pointing this out to me!
thanks! It's so fun playing with the horns, it would be so fun to be in a band with horns, but that's just a dream that's prob never going to happen, keep playing, dale.
First class as usual!
Great tune played brilliantly!
Likewise to you!
I love the 594 - It covers all the LP bases, but lighter and better ergonomics. My number 1 is probably my CU24 piezo, it's the most versatile guitar I have for the stuff I play, but the 594 is a close second.
Really nice rendition of the song. I listen to the lyrics of that song and wonder where they came from. Annandale and William and Mary are both in Va. Yet Steely Dan were NYC born and bred. Curious.
WOW!!! That was fantastic! So tight and well done!!! Thanks for sharing!!
thank you for giving it a listen!
thanks for taking the time to answer...good to hear! They are beautiful guitars and have my interest for sure - keep enjoying those great guitars you have!
honestly most of SD lyrics i'm left wondering or lost completely.
sincere thanks for the listen!
Maplebaby aka Tonedr Cool stuff. Your acoustic stuff's worth a listen