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dhodge wrote:...the skill to hear a bass line (or that of any instrument) in his head and replicate it in some fashion is definitely there.
Niklas wrote: It's whether you have feelings that you want to express with music, that's what counts, really. When you are able to express yourself and feel good, then you know why you're playing.
Crow wrote:Neil Young is the best ever. I have seen him perform live more than I have seen any other musician. Saw him with Crazy Horse -- he made them stop the intro to "Cinnamon Girl" & start over. Saw him with the Shocking Pinks. Saw the "road-eyes" move the giant amps around. Saw him with CSN. He always plays with fire and drama and intensity. And he's been saying that kind of stuff for decades. Young prefers somebody who plays with fire & drama & intensity AND MAYBE MISS SOME NOTES than somebody who plays with bland, letter-perfect mediocrity. So would I. He likes players who lose themselves in the music so totally that they drool on their guitars. So do I.
If Neil Young thinks he's expressing his feelings in music, that's all right with me.
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