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    3 weeks since surgery. A little "Mandolin-ectomy" for a rainy day.


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    I enjoyed that

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    I think I wrote it. It came too easy and plays too easy. Maybe I just subconsciously lifted it from some combination of "real" songs. Any of you mandolin-a-holics know? I'm just a guitar player.

    BTW, 1925 Gibson A4 snakehead. Big sound!
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    Sounds great.

    BTW, what your subconscious contains, including possibly even music you sort of 'heard' from within the womb, is something you can't consciously know or control - so when you compose something, claim it in good faith. If a problem arises, deal with it honestly when it arises. Don't fret too much in advance unless you have a very strong nagging that you've stolen something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gunter View Post
    Sounds great.

    BTW, what your subconscious contains, including possibly even music you sort of 'heard' from within the womb, is something you can't consciously know or control - so when you compose something, claim it in good faith. If a problem arises, deal with it honestly when it arises. Don't fret too much in advance unless you have a very strong nagging that you've stolen something.
    Thanks. Now feel much better about this song I wrote a few years back. Kinda catchy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mmuller View Post
    Thanks. Now feel much better about this song I wrote a few years back. Kinda catchy.
    I agree that's a catchy one. Keep up the good work.
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    "Fun is the one thing money can't buy."
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    Are you sure your name isn't Paul??

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    No, it's John.....


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    This is so entertaining I forgot all about recovery. So many memories related to these tunes as well. But I wonder how these arrangements are made? mMuller you've got this memorized. How did you do it?
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    Too much time on my hands. Grew up with this music. As I learned the songs I'd try to add as much of the arrangement as I could fit in my 2 hands. Way cheaper than hiring a band too. ha.

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    Last one, I promise. Then back to mandolin stuff....Just can't leave out the quiet Beatle.


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