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Old 10-29-2004, 08:15 AM   #26
Join Date: Jan 2002
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Re: The Zen of Jazz.....

I used to play blues on my guitar, but I have not been into that for a little while now. Every once and a while I fire up the tube amp and play soem though.

Now I am mostly into flamenco. I find I really love flamenco, because of the way it opens up the hand and mostly my mind. Flamenco has lots of improvisations, just like blues.

Also I found that in my aikido there is 2 other students who are into playing flamenco, this is surprising as very few people here play flamenco.

Side note, there is one problem. My nails on my right hand are a tiny bit longer then they should be, however I have been carefull. I also have to file them everyday so they don't get longer then they have to be.

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Old 11-02-2004, 01:02 PM   #27
garry cantrell
Location: texas
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Re: The Zen of Jazz.....

i play bass in a texas blues n boogie band called blue collar crime. groovin'on stage and groovin on the mat are pretty much the same (even the same facial expressions at times). check out www.bluecollarcrime.com
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