The cymbols of a drummers set is the one definitive sound we can all recognize. It is a symbol of a high point, crescendo, in music that makes a statement about the music.
Like the cymbol’ s sound, we all have symbols that stand out in our lives. Make your symbol to everyone recognizable, stand out from the crowd!
These cymbols stacked on a wall at a music store look like upside down gold plates or right side up Mushroom tops. Either way, they made for an interesting picture.
For those from this era: This is a picture of Flip Magazine from 1969. Dig the Beatles, Man!
What do Linda McCarthy and a spider web the in common?
They hang out with dead Beatles.
Try Tenacious Tuesday Tidbits
Nothing more than memories…
Memories invoke feelings and the song written by Morris Albert back in the 1970’s was as mushy as you could get. We couldn’t really find anyone that really liked this song other than it’s enjoyable to sing off key to. Feelings hit number 6 on the top 100 cart. The reason: we assume it was a fun song to vandalize with your voice.
Riding the Gravy Train
Deep in the African jungle, a safari was camped for the night. In the darkness, distant drums began a relentless throbbing that continued until dawn. The safari members were disturbed, but the guide reassured them: “Drums good. When drums stop, very bad.” Every night the drumming continued, and every night the guide reiterated, “Drums good.… Continue reading When Drums Stop, Very Bad!