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Thread: Sunday Sesh 30th May - Charity Gig

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddyrich View Post
    Or this one for Moncur.

    Brilliant,

    I laughed. . . .

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    It looks like I won't make it, and I even organised my shifts so that I could be in the area for the gig. The word "gutted" comes to mind.
    "People may say what they wish, but we are actually under no compulsion to listen." LJ, and I do so wholeheartedly agree!

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    Soooo, Today's the day for everyone to be...



    Awwwwww!

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    Neaaauuuuughghghghghhh!!!!!

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    What fun. I couldnt stay long but Trixie + Andy n Shug were great. The Sellouts were a total blast and put the roof off the place. Really good fun and a nice treat to catch Darren playing geetar. It was ace. Bag of cats? I mean......really?? Cant see it myself. I really enjoyed it.

    I didnt catch the rest because i had to bail but it was nice that there was a lot of folk there when i shot off.

    HUYYYYYYY!
    "But primarily, the drummer's supposed to sit back there and swing the band." The actual Buddy Rich

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    Sound was fantastic - Thanks guys. Good Fun.
    Booony Morooonie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davem View Post
    Sound was fantastic - Thanks guys. Good Fun.
    Booony Morooonie!
    Right on Dave! It was a great night.
    Asinus asinum fricat

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    Was a great night tonight! All the bands were grand. Had a great laugh

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    Nah, we never took the bag of cats along tonight, forgot to feed them!!

    Gig was grand, After hours were tremendous!!!

    And what a way to end the night with bad reps!!

    Alright!!!

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    What kind of snare was kevin using?
    "But primarily, the drummer's supposed to sit back there and swing the band." The actual Buddy Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddyrich View Post
    What kind of snare was kevin using?
    A Craviotto Concert Series. He just got it this week.

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    It was nice. Nice boxy sound. I prefer brass snares but that one sounded very sweet.
    "But primarily, the drummer's supposed to sit back there and swing the band." The actual Buddy Rich

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    His snare was magnificent!

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    From all in Whisky, I to would like to thank all those involved in making this event run so smoothly. Hope a good sum was raised for charity.
    All the world's a stage and we are merely players . . . . .
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    After Hours had fun too, it is so hard to get the sound right there, just so impressed with all the arrangements for the day. Really sorry to have missed so many other bands, working b4 and at some unearthly hour today - yep definitely getting too old! Gutted to miss all but esp Bad Reps, saw your first gig and love your tunes and how they're played.

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    I had a great day at the Sunday Sesh. Really enjoyed playing.
    Highlight of the day for me was After Hours. Cell Block No.9 was superb!

    YEAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theboss View Post
    Highlight of the day for me was After Hours. Cell Block No.9 was superb!

    YEAH!
    Best band of the day for me, they were really on form. Maitland had some graaaaaand guitar solos, Ian and Jim were on fire as well

    ALRIGHT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeid View Post
    Best band of the day for me, they were really on form. Maitland had some graaaaaand guitar solos, Ian and Jim were on fire as well

    ALRIGHT!
    Agreed. Every now and again I forget how good Stuart actually is.

    COME 'AWN!

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    Aye well, he showed us on Sunday.

    ROCK N ROLL!

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    So I hear you need someone to help organise this years event guyz! Now that I'm not Governator, how about me and my good friend run it for you? Nyyyeeeearrrrggggghhhh. He's got great communication skillz and talks great English... ah aha ha ha

    Here's a picture of the Sunday Sesh Management Committee 2011 you idiot!



    But seriously... I'm the real Ahnold!

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