I'm on call at the local ER. One look at me and that 'medical condition' is history. I'm so good at my job that 'things' cease to function for days afterward even after taking the little blue pill.
I get lots of Thank You cards from the wives.
Old reed players are like fine wine. They only get better with age. Tom Hagen
Play the Music, not the instrument.
Can we make this thread a sticky?
This is too funny to lose.
The absolute real reason I continue is the free shrimp at the cocktail hour. It's the little things.--- Rich Maraday
Aua, even me got that joke.
slowly but surely we have to go into the cellar to find the niveau.
I'm just waiting for the first comment about curved and straight sopranos
Hey Martysax, how about a lenght comparsion:
Isn't having a smoking section in a restaurant like having a peeing section in a swimming pool?
BluesSaxGirl, now you know everything you need to know about guys.
Who remembers my sax-kissing-poll?
perhaps I should do a new one, which goes deeper in the materia, what the saxplayer is capable of with his advanced lip and tongue technics?
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These mods hate polls. I like them.
"The key to improvising is being able to play and listen at the same time."