A couple of folks have decided to try the exercise.
The ones I remember are Daniel Marlo, here, and Dave Hounslow, here. And if you’ve done a version, let me know and I’ll add a link.
And of course, most of my matches were that weird, cue Mr.
“Bonjour, my petite croissant” (note to guys: This line does not make a woman horny, just hungry).
Well, it’s true that I couldn’t get at Elapsed Time usefully but that doesn’t mean I couldn’t test.
Stas comes in about halfway through to add a hook that’s as sensual as it is rhythmic, and the contrast of the two voices is part of what makes both of these songs from Ray so strong (see April 18th post).”[Photo Credit: Jay Scroggins]Having recently returned from SXSW Music Festival, Porter and crew have announced a string of upcoming dates, including an opening slot for Los Angeles-based MC Murs on May 2nd (in Bellingham at Wild Buffalo), and performances at Seattle’s Upstream and Sasquatch Music Festivals.
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In yesterday’s article, I described doing the roulette exercise proposed by Jim Jeffries.
It went OK but I could see things that could have gone wrong, where tests might have helped.