I collect historic music I am a big fan I especially like those that have been remastered for better sound with background noise of records taken out of it when put onto CD. This is done by Cedar Restoration Technology one of the greatest Inventions of all time. I do my research on historic artists and any album that has been restored includes the name cedar on the back of the CD cover. Anybody else interested in this.
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i collect and play to the stereo the jazz series comes with cd included with book for jamming purposes now that I'm more home bound. I have about 200 of them I odered off the internet in every kind of jazz style and set up. These are my horns and me pics
Yes, I know Sean. we talked about it briefly on 'AbleHere' 'Chat' and then you went off and did something more 'interesting' , a Soccer match I think. Why you little... I autah... I was going to suggest that you try music 'sequencing' software, so you could produce drumloops /patterns in 'step' time - not the same as playing' live,' but a potentially satisfying process... But no, you were entertaining ladies in your "Kitten Shelter" by then (you dog! Woooof!). If you ever change your mind, or if anyone else is interested in digital music production, buzz me (not sure how you do that...) Any women wanting a relationship with an ex-drummer contact SEAN!