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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Lascarina, Mar 12, 2016.
And our little lives are rounded with a sleep.
We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
My last dream I was being chased by a giant chicken to the tune of 'She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes'.
So I might be bugga'd
By a chicken?
He menas a cockerel. City boy.
Can you be more specific? Rhode Island Red? Sussex? White Leghorn? Dutch Bantam?
I think we should be told.
@blazer just suffered a like insult on his Trotty thread.
Don't shoes and ships and sealing wax come into it somewhere?
I feel as though I am about a minute after the punch-line......
There is a programme on the iplayer that was broadcast this week which discussed drummists and the contribution they make to a band. Always the butt of band jokes, but did you know it's been scientifically proven that a drummist in a major rock band expends the same amount of energy on a gig as a Premier League footballer does?
I can believe it. In the short period of time I featured in the bands I was in as a drummist, before I reverted back to the spoons and washboard, I expended more sweat that the rest of the group getting the drum kit out of the van and setting it up. I had to do the same again in reverse when we'd finished, then lug the sodding things upstairs o my flat in Brockley.
With spoons, you can slip them in your pocket at the end of a gig and be up at the bar offering to buy a bird a drink before it closes and the guitarers are trying to find where they put their guitar cases.