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Re: why pot before looping?
That's like the classic saying - I play better when
I'm stoned ( so you think ), I drive better after a
few drinks ( so you think ) -
It's a little sad if you need an external substance
for creativity. And this coming from a regular pot
When I use to drink I would always get a few in before
every gig - now that I don't drink I notice what a
change my playing has taken if I compare the tapes
from before to now - but if it helps you write Sgt.
Pepper then do it I guess :)
--- mark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wednesday, May 21, 2003, at 11:50 AM,
> Paulzric@aol.com wrote:
> > pot pot pot, why is pot so incredibly popular? Why
> is it illegal?
> > Why do so many musicians get high? Why can't I
> find PLAYERS
> > WHO DON'T GET HIGH, FOR FUCK'S SAKE???
> I once smoked a bit before I practiced at home in my
> studio to see what
> the "buzz" was about. I did get it. It did allow a
> quicker transition
> from the more concrete thought of everyday life, to
> the more fluid and
> abstract thought needed for good music making. I
> never did it again
> though, as if I can relax and ease into it, I can
> get there without it
> more cheaply and without the chest pain. I also
> don't like the
> "stupid" feeling it gives me, and I've noticed that
> the 2nd day after
> smoking marijuana I'm very irritable. I rarely do
> though, so it stands
> out to me.
> psychedelics on the other hand...
> Mark Sottilaro
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