this one features a healthy dose of spontaneous fretboard mishaps and clams .
In addition to some of the intricately choreographed opening musical fretboard and timing disasters .The main musical course happens to feature an epic Musical Train wreck that would make even The Iconic Genius Gomez Adams proud of me .lol
--- In jazz_gui...@yahoogroups.com, JVegaTrio@... wrote:
> You knock me out, man, nice! Thanks for sharing. BTW, I noticed the H-D > tee, do you ride? I have an ''06 XL883L, and I enjoy taking it out.
Hi Juan, hey man , we got more in common than one would think...
long time Tele player over here since 1970 when I got my first Tele.
Yes I do ride motorcycles ....
i started out on mini bikes w lawnmower motors when I was a teen got my first real motorcycle in the early 80's and went through a bunch of 650's 750's ..rode shovel heads for a while when I rode w a club...my current bike is a 76 GL 1000....jap scrap ...lol I do love 2 wheels in any form including riding bicycles ..
nice rapping w you
Riding a Jap bike is bad enough so I have to congratulate you on at least not not wearing a Honda Motorcycle tee-shirt.
I get a kick out of the Jap bike manufactures now adding sexy women to their advertisements. I liked Honda better when they were going around saying ďYou meet the nicest people riding a HondaĒ. In other words, no good looking, Harley riding babes allowed.
As it is I havenít ridden a Jap bike since I was fifteen. Iíve had my currenthrley for 22 years.
--- In jazz_gui...@yahoogroups.com, "Brian Kelly" <bkelly@...> wrote:
> Riding a Jap bike is bad enough so I have to congratulate you on at least not not wearing a Honda Motorcycle tee-shirt.
> I get a kick out of the Jap bike manufactures now adding sexy women to their advertisements. I liked Honda better when they were going around saying ‚ÄúYou meet the nicest people riding a Honda‚Ä . In other words, no good looking, Harley riding babes allowed.
> As it is I haven‚Äôt ridden a Jap bike since I was fifteen. I‚Äôve had my currenthrley for 22 years.
Hi Brian, you are cracking me up man...lol
since you've had and rode the same scoot for 22 years ...that means at least your not a R.U.B in my book ..
have a nice day,
My whole life I have never truly made up my mind as to what means more to me riding my bike or playing music. Riding is easier and is like instant Nirvana for me me. Playing music requires a lot of work and soul searching but in the end may be more fulfilling but not by much.
Iíve had seven bikes over the years. My current 1988 (Iíve had it since 1990) Harley is the love of my life outside of my family and my country. When I die I am going to have them throw it in the hole behind me along with my Gibson L5.
No, I would hardly qualify as a R.U.B. No one in their right mind would want to have walked in my shoes early on in this life. Whatever success I have had I have worked like a dog for but thatís OK Ė I like dogs.
Iíve been riding a long time. I remember motorcycles when they and the people who rode them were dangerous. In those days you could sometimes ride all afternoon without seeing another rider and when you finally did (Honda riders didnít count) see one coming the other way you knew, without meeting them, that the two of you were like brothers cause both of you were crazy enough to be out riding motorcycles. This was the days before disc brakes, helmets, decent riding gear or even half decent tires. You couldnít buy factory made ďdistressedĒ leather jackets either. Also, in those days if you traveled far you had better bring a sleeping bag cause there wasnít a hotel anywhere that would give you a room. If two of you were riding together in foreign territory someone would call the police.
Anyhow, I am glad you are participating here. You play well. I love that funk stuff you do. itís really as good as anybody I can think of. I love a cat that goes from Funk to playing Over The Rainbow.
As far as I know the only other bike cat here is Juan Vega. So having you is a nice addition to the group. Lends the place some extra class.
BTW, I am just kidding with you. I generally donít care what people ride. One of my best friends rides a Jap sportbike. He redeems himself by wearing a black leather jacket rather than one of those Power Ranger suits.