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This was the way I ultimately went. It seemed to be the high road. Thanks!
BL is not a natural born leader for sure. He handles things poorly at times despite being good person at heart.
The recording happened this weekend. I decided to approach this as an opportunity to be positive, enjoy the company of these musicians I...
It's a ska band... Assumption correct!
Love the plan! Studio is paid by band earnings. So effectively split 8 ways. It's a remote session in our rehearsal space so not ridiculous money.
Yes - this is a good compromise. Thanks. No one outside of the band will notice or care who's playing what anyway from song to song.
Yes - my plan was to do the recording, maybe help out the new bass player if needed and then depart. Seems he needs no help, so after this...
That always was my plan but I had the idea he'd come on board after the recording session.
Funny thing is - I don't even like recording much....
So I quit my band. The final chapter.
This is a continuation of my previous thread. Thought it might merit its own post. More fun that way!
Thanks! - Is it too cliche' to play ZZ Top down there?
Thanks. Probably my key strengths are calmly dealing with things as they come and playing nice with others.
Good on you! That'd be my hope - branching out and learning a new style.
Yes - haven't done much of it. Probably would help with my theory for sure.
OK. North of North Texas, then. Sherman/Bonham area is where we'll probably end up. So I'd be a bit from from DFW.