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Whiskey, cannabis, and jamming on a "Lick" with variations thereof. Its a plain 1-4-5 chord progression with a main lick and lots of just jamming. I built a drum track and Carl and I just jammed together, Carl on bass and me on guitar. If memory, which is not at all reliable, serves, this lick was Carl's. We jammed it and did several takes. Just drums, 1 guitar track, and 1 bass track. No vocals. My singing is better when I don't. This genre is a little bit different than my last post. Watch your volume, or listen to it, but be aware this might be loud, which, of course, is relative. Speaking of relativity:

There was a young lady named Bright

Who's speed was much faster than light

She set out one day

In a relative way

And returned on the previous night

Working title was BluesLick and later renamed "Higher" by Carl.

Higher_mix2.mp3

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Whiskey, cannabis, . . .

By the way, cannabis and whiskey are both legal where I live. If you are 21 or older you can buy cannabis over the counter, like buying a bottle of whiskey. And it happened in my lifetime, which I had thought not possible.

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