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Friday, November 20, 2015

2 million not out!


To mark passing the two million page views I looked back to the early days of BSH and, although I cringed at some of my own postings, this one from Roly back in 2008 I thought was worth reprising -"I've come to the conclusion that the bass player is the most important guy in the band! A good bass can make ordinary players play their best. A poor bass can make good players seem ordinary. " - Roly Veitch. 
Words of wisdom that still stand (providing they don't take too many long solos!)
Lance.

4 comments :

Roly said...

Congratulations Lance. I remember you first talking about this Blog idea before you got it going - just look at it now!
Best wishes
Roly

Ken Drew (on F//b) said...

Amazing !!!! Congrats to you Mr BeBopper (or is it now 'Sir' ?) smile emoticon

Tom Henderson (on F/b) said...

Well done Lance, Great news!!!

Patti D. said...

Yes, this is amazing - you should be the talk of the town, Sir BeBopper!!

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