On occasions, we have heard the comment from Work People: Guitar Craft is not The Work! in addition to Of course Guitar Craft is not The Work! there are various other possible responses, The one that presents itself this morning is:
Guitar Craft is not a kind of working that is recognised by The Work Person.
08.59 Extended fingerings in C harmonic minor with simultaneous release.
11.55 One Time vibrated & tickled for the Jeff Fayman Project.
This was the View From A Room one year ago today…
… from a corner room of a modest accommodation in New Haven, en route to NYC & the Town Hall where Soundscapes were supporting Porcupine Tree. Biff is arriving in Nashville this early evening. One year ago today, Biff was in our allotted dressing room in the Town Hall…
… organising the results of his work as Official Photographer.
12.52 P6 rehearsal call for 13.00.
14.03 Well. A very good hour’s work. In an improvising set, if you hit one good piece, that’s success. And we hit ours.
Half the feet of P6…
… with drumming shoes especially purchased for P6 in Australia.
All the drummer of P6…
… featuring Ian Wallace signature sticks…
These are light & ideal for V drums! says Ade, an enthusiastic endorsee.
15.46 Panera Coffee Shop & Eaterie, Green Hills Mall.
This is a great place to spend your retirement waiting to be served. The house soy latte is great, and almost worth the wait. Service here is not slow, it is actually slower than that.
The outside temperature is 82F & an outside table seemed a good idea. But outside now equates to smoking zone as staff from various buildings stand on the pavement in front of their workplaces & suck ciggies. So, with smoke blowing in from the right, a young woman shouting into her cellphone on my left, I am relocated to Nerds’ Corner. This features savage air conditioning; fortunately I dressed for weather conditions natural & unnatural.
Music playing in Noise Cancellators: soundcheck from The Fourth Day at Viljandi Jaani kirik on August 25th. 2006. Complementary wifi & an e-flurry is about-to-be-becoming underway…
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