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Thread: Under the surface of old city , Copenhagen....part II

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    Thumbs up Under the surface of old city , Copenhagen....part II

    Studio footage and a snippet from the "album in making" from Danish Heavy prog'sters TINKICKER...stay true...

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    Vice Admiral Virtuoso John Watt's Avatar
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    Hey! That not only was a snippet, the lettering acted and sounded snippy.
    TinKicker! It's nice in a heavy way to hear you again.
    How about something you've never seen or heard before, about a guitar?
    Please, look at "musical instruments" to see "semi-solid-body",
    my acoustic invention as explained through a YouTube video.
    It's over nine minutes long. No playing, no strings.

    You're not having problems with your new bassist, are you?
    It looks like he's the kind of guy who wants to two-hand tap all the parts.
    And your guitarist looks like he wants out, advertising the Beatles.
    The Thin Lizzy t-shirt means the boys are really back in town, even if you're underground.
    Nice black Les Paul.
    Last edited by John Watt; Jul-15-2013 at 17:32.

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    greetinx, mr. Hi'watt's
    Tinkicker are slowy trying to get up from under the surface.. things are mowing in the right direction, and we need some daylight !
    Tor'bass- our new bassist... is great..and he is not "slap'ping" the bass , but he he can tap' dance... but he keeps his fingers and feed calm...
    check out his twin brunettes with their lovely bodies...

    and yes I did tried to get an endorsement from sir paul mccartney... but the sticker did'nt help..
    stay true..

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    Vice Admiral Virtuoso John Watt's Avatar
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    I'm almost self-conscious about being so North American, especially within the electronic affluence of the Niagara Peninsula,
    but I have to say, if you type stay true to me you have to add true blue.
    True without true blue is like getting cable with less than 800 stations.

    If I can ask you a serious question about your band, and your set list,
    do you consider yourself as being dancable, or having a concert set and a dance set?
    Or are you hoping people will start moshing, ripping off each other's clothes, and wounding each other in front of you?
    Around here, another option is being able to pass as a country band, Niagara Falls tourists being into that.
    I'm not sure what "country" music would be for you, unless sleighbells are involved and horned helmets worn,
    maybe with some sprigs of yew and holly as wreaths, with holly tea served during the afterparty.
    And how interested are you in writing songs with Danish content?
    I see rock music as getting away from being about just the sex and drugs and rock and roll,
    and getting into more literate and relevant themes.
    I don't know. Maybe getting long hair cut short is still your band issue.

    I'm thinking those bass bodies are made out of mahogany, but that's just the peninsula me.
    Even factory pallets and skids and beams to separate steel pipes are made from mahogany,
    coming up from South American suppliers.
    Lots of guys pick pieces and take them home, carving or making musical instruments.
    It's nice to have a bassist who is fretted and fretless.
    Now I feel like doing Paul Young's "Tear Your Playhouse Down", Dino Paladino on bass.
    "You make our lives of stress and strain, using the power coin,
    all you do is pass around, you treat our lives like playtoys, playtoys.
    But I've got news for you, I hope it doesn't hit you too hard, too hard,
    cause I'm going to tear your playhouse down, playhouse down, down to the ground, real soon".

    You can see I need more than just a snippet.
    Last edited by John Watt; Jul-16-2013 at 20:38.

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    I am sure you can dance to some of our music.. but it comes with a warning... as we are in the habit to change tempo's ect...
    so a mix between some moshing and cuddling is normal...we just hope that the audience will be touched some how.. and come again...
    country music ... that's a hard one... we do not have the same music legacy as your continent has... our ,here, it is the european pop Country that rules..
    and that is not some thing you would want to experience... the Country I have heard and liked was the Johnny Cash 'American recordings' and some Lynyrd Skynyrd
    actually one of our German friends , told us to make some thing in Danish... he thought it would be something special... but we would expect that it
    sounded like one of the evil creatures from Starswars or something... but maybe we would do it some day..
    sex drugs and rock'n'roll... it's more like: sox, biscuits and rock'n'roll...
    if the hair goes.. it is due to natural causes.. no it is not an issue.. we just like to make music and be creative creatures..
    do not snip' it...soon we can take you one more time ' down below' in our bunker for some more danc'ing..

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