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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    I am up for a spot of fire breathing combined with really poor comedy.
    If fire breathing is allowed........ I know many frown upon it as it can cause death instantly if done incorrectly.
    as it's you that would get snuffed out.
    cant see there being a problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    I am up for a spot of fire breathing combined with really poor comedy.
    If fire breathing is allowed........ I know many frown upon it as it can cause death instantly if done incorrectly.
    I'm prepared to let you risk it
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    Anyone gonna bring some sheets of words to songs?

    I'll sing some if I've got an aide memoir
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Anyone gonna bring some sheets of words to songs?

    I'll sing some if I've got an aide memoir
    The Band have got RAWRIDE off to a tee

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    The Band have got RAWRIDE off to a tee
    Have they been out on the plains with no saddle?



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    Still trying to work out how to strap a snare drum to the back of the bike

    I'll suss it out don't worry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    Still trying to work out how to strap a snare drum to the back of the bike

    I'll suss it out don't worry
    Put it in a box and post it to me by thursday and i'll make sure its there at the weekend then I can post it back to you next week

    I've been looking at those chair/box type drums, i've seen them at a couple of gigs and they sound great

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    I hope you can cover for Gaz
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJames View Post
    I hope you can cover for Gaz
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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    If fire breathing is allowed........ I know many frown upon it as it can cause death instantly if done incorrectly.
    ... In your case I'm sure we can make an exception


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    Can I blow a horn if they are shite, to put us out of our misery

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Can I blow my horn if they are shite ...
    ... I'm told you need to remove a couple of ribs to do that
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    I would like to post that Rosie is a good guitar player and if she's 'alcoholically lubricated' enough and approached in a nice way by someone she knows, might be 'encouraged' to go up and play.....but I can't 'cos if she saw this, I'd be dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep View Post
    Put it in a box and post it to me by thursday and i'll make sure its there at the weekend then I can post it back to you next week

    I've been looking at those chair/box type drums, i've seen them at a couple of gigs and they sound great

    Shep
    I will need it for a gig saturday night (it's my spare and I've fallen foul of not having a spare in the past ). I'll get it on the bike one way or another. Will just have a snare, snare stand and a set of brushes (not that I have any idea how to play with brushes, but they are quiter and will therefore make for easier listening ).

    The boxes are called a cajon and they are brill (but dear ). I'm sure you could build one good enough to this kind of thing for feck all. It's just a snare wire behind a plank of thin wood

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    John (Bede) & Shep

    I will bring Patrick with his acoustic & electric guitars - he'll be up for a solo spot as well as jamming along with anyone else who wants some backing - he is a bloody good guitarist ETISSM.

    I was going to bring my collection of gob irons (in different keys) in order to give any blues that lonesome feeling.

    Do you want me to bring bass guitar? wasn't going to, but can if required and can jam along with pretty much anything as usually play by ear.

    What about mics, amps, leads, mic stands etc.

    Cheers - Phil

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    Hi Phil

    I think I may be wrong but I sort of remember somebody saying it was going to be an open mic/accoustic/song circle sort of affair

    I'm just bringing all my kit, the Bede is bringing his bits and bobs as well.

    I don't think there will be a PA available in the tent so I think a more personal friendly atmosphere will be what we are working towards.

    Bring whatever you've got we don't have to use it all and I don't think you can have too much, I suppose a mic would be handy his year

    Shep

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