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Old 2nd September 2003, 03:13 AM   #11
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SY-Not being a musician, I wasn't aware of the ten bar progression. What is it's structure?

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Uhhh.... ten bars. The chord progressions are standard, even a lot of I-IV-V, but the timing is a bit jarring the first time you hear it.

I had seen a PBS show about Fred's, then visited there once with a buddy from Ville Platte during a live show. It was, he assured me, a fancy get-together because the musicians were wearing shoes.
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I'll pick up the bass guitar and try to get a handle on it, thanks.

I am definitely planning a trip to Eunice for Mardi Gras next year. KBON doesn't use nationwide advertising for their online streaming, so I feel like I know the place already.

I think that internet streaming is the future of local radio, but the programming has to be really strong to make it work.

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Make sure you take your shoes off. Having six toes on each foot helps the authenticity.
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That would also come in handy for stomping grapes out by you, dontja think? How are the grapes this year? I make wine every year with juice from Lodi. Probably squeezing it right now.
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It's an unusual year. It's running late up here because of the cold spring; it will probably be the same in Lodi. Down South, the grapes are already coming in fast and furious- my buddy from Ville Platte (now living in San Juan Capistrano) just got in Syrah, Zinfandel, and Viognier from Cucamonga.

What? You don't use native Minnesota grapes??!?
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I understand that Catawba and Scuppernong are the local favorites.

AFAIK, they don't make wine in Louisiana, but they sure know how to drink it.
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