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kevgermany

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Not my style. Sounds like a constipated duck o steroids. And I know that'll get me a lot of friends... Gotta admire the finger speed, though.


 
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altissimo

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Mr Germany, you seem to have a bit of a duck obssession, do you live too close to a pond?

As I get older I'm less bothered by a players sound, it's part of who you are and there's not much you can do to change it, what I'm more interested in is what musicians are trying to express with their music.
James Carter is an excellent sax player, but I find him a bit too inclined to show off his technique for my tastes - I'm probably just jealous...

apparently, one of the side effects of steroids is quite the opposite of constipation - but, perhaps you didn't need to know that..:shocked:
 

kevgermany

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There was a farm in Sheepy Magna that sold excellent ducks eggs. But the sound put me off and I've been allergic ever since.

Looks like one of the effects of steroids is not verbal, but saxual diahorrea. Mebbe it's verbal as well, but I'm not taking them :confused: .
 

altissimo

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I've tried duck eggs a few times, they were rather strong and rich - maybe you should send some to James Carter since he's so fond of over egging things? >:)
 

RMorgan

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Hahaha!

For me it sounds more like a cat fighting against Alvin and the chipmunks, staring Donald duck as the announcer. :)

Jokes apart, this guy plays extremely well, but I don´t like to hear musicians showing off anymore. I´d rather listen to some slow deep notes with lots of feeling.

Cheers,

Raf.
 
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