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everton1690 wrote: Sat Feb 08, 2020 2:09 pm ... pretending to play bass on stage while the real bass player is really playing it behind him
You must be watching too much the Wall Live shows in 80/81 on the Youtube. When the surrogate band worked behind the band! 8)
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If space triangle were a train he'd be late.
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Kerry King wrote: Sun Feb 09, 2020 9:02 pm If space triangle were a train he'd be late.
and If I go insane, please don't put
Your wires in my brain. :-;
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Having inadequacy feelings and thoughts about your own guitar playing?
https://youtu.be/pBZdqDDDrNU so I'd ask him "You STILL know how to play 'If', right?"
:-;
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space triangle wrote: Wed Feb 05, 2020 5:31 pm
“According to a source, rumors of Roger Waters working in recording studio are true, with as many as eight songs having been put to tape. “It’s still in the early stages,” “He’s got security on the doors to ensure no-one hears a whisper,” a source said “.

https://en.mediamass.net/people/roger-w ... album.html
ITS MEDIA MASS...
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Ron Geesin asked Roger (presumably a very long time ago) what he does with his fan mail:

"I bin it."

"That’s a bit cruel, isn’t it? People write because they want to know things."

"Oh no. The moment you do that, you let the buggers in and they’ll be bothering you all the time."

I don’t think I'd bother trying to have a conversation with him, though I'd probably ask if he still owns the house in Hampshire where my grandfather and other U.S. Army officers lived in the months leading up to D-Day.