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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by patrickroberts, Jan 18, 2001.

  1. patrickroberts


    Aug 21, 2000
    Wales, UK
    I have written 11 songs, not including b-sides. So on Wednesday we decided to have a jam & put some music to the songs, and maybe get a demo going. But it cam to the ja & my singer & rhythm are into completely different music, & my lead guitarist who is really & has good ideas just wanted to do covers!
    I mean how can i make my jam's more productive.
    p.s. just so u know i am thinking of getting a new vocalist & not have a rhythm player!
  2. camerondye


    Nov 7, 2000
    Have a time set with one member at a time to just write, but keep it separate from band practice. That way nobody will think you are hindering the band, and you'll get your stuff done quicker. That way when 2 members come to practice saying that you have some cool tunes hammered out, you will have a little more pull and it will slowly come your way.


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