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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Manny Laureano, Dec 11, 2005.
And I hope she sings like her Uncle Manny. Our horns are cousins afterall. LOL.
Who could listen to Rush and not have heard it?
I just liked the Kool-Aid Jim Jones connection.
Not fully functioning in the unfamiliar high altitude of Colorado.
Gotta get back home to Metro Detroit and the chlorinated water.
Still on Eastern Standard Time...and any other excuse I can think of....
Just don't let it "go to your head". Probably a little too late to stock up on red blood cells, eh?
Alex- I am very happy for you. Nothing compares to having a horn built for you. It is much more personal and becomes so much more an extension of who you are. And a Prana, no less! You must be floating right now...
Manny- I love those photos!
A loan no doubt.
Chuck, you are a hoot... I can tell you have regained your oxygen levels.
It's 1962 in Philadelphia.
We are at the Uptown Theater. "Screamin" Jay is one of the headliners on the stage show. Jay was carried on stage in a coffin by pallbearers. Every performance was greeted by screams from the audience when Jay emerged from the coffin ala Dracula Flashpots erupted and smoke billowed on stage..................So it happened on one occasion that nothing went right. The houselights dimmed...... the spooky music started and the pallbears came bearing the coffin. Jay slithered out of the coffin and wait for the loud explosions and billowing smoke......nothing happened.
Jay went over to the flashpots and looked down at them in puzzlement. He leaned over one and kicked it........BOOM..... it went off in Jay's face.
Jay was screaming.
He did not do his show that night.
He was okay, only his process was fried
The wise one wrote:
Between you and I and some other big city folks here,
You may have to 'splain process.
Here is a picture of Screamin Jay Hawkins.
The term "process" refers to the hair style that Jay has.
She's gone to the dark side.