Okay. I’ve been a bit lazy. I thought that I would have this screenplay wrapped up and in Joe Anastasio’s hands by now, but, nah. On the other hand, I’m not rushing through it and what I am writing looks pretty good to me. So, today, I plan on sitting in my awesome electric recliner and, other than the occasionally needed cup of coffee (in a Batman mug) and the resultant Call Of Nature, I plan to get a LOT done today, more tomorrow and, since I am off Tuesday and Wednesday, bring it on home. Now, here. Get ready for your day. Remember, do not take your eyes off the elephant’s eyes until the 10-minute video stops. You’re welcome.
Today was the first time that The Bagworms were all in the same room loaded up with their instruments since before Thanksgiving. We sounded pretty damn good but that’s what happens when you stick 4 guys who have our experience together. We did an impromptu version of The Who’s The Kids Are Allright aaand…nailed it. Started on one of John’s new tunes as well. And the time I have spent working on playing 2nd guitar seems to have paid off as well. Talked about recording my 4 tunes and also recording new demos for The Bagworms’ tunes. I also got to show off my new Squier Bass VI. It has a GREAT sound and I hope to work it into some of our existing songs. Stay cool. http://www.reverbnation.com/thebagworms
I have a lot to do in the coming months: Writing; acting (I hope); recording. So I have decided that I really need to free up my online time. This will be my online presence for the time being. I may venture into the other two realms again sometime in the future, but only for things related to writing, acting and music. I think this is the best thing for me. After all, a man’s got to know his limitations.