Not at all, Dusk. A lot of musicians (and famous ones at that) can't read music. Yes, it's a preferable skill because then musicians can easily understand eachother's ideas and the technicalities of what they're playing, but it's nothing to be embarassed about at all! People who can't read music play just as well as those who can. Sometimes even better because they're be restricted by "What does this look like on paper?"
well, thats kinda cool! thanks Coontank! i feel better now :)
you pepls know who rocks? BUCKETHEAD! if u dont know who he is, watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTcg9JybEp8
Haha that guy def had people in chicken costumes behind him!!! rofl
But the hilarity of wearing a bucket on your head with chicken suit men with you aside, that song is pretty awesome.
yah, he likes chickens and hates when people eat them. he never talks,ether. some people think hes autistic, or that it could be related to his childhood, ya never know
I wouldn't be suprised. A lot of people with disabilities have extreame musical talent. Like there was this kid in my advanced guitar class at school who had some sort of severe mental disability, but he could play all sorts of advanced scales just by learning one simple one. It was amazing.
im dislexic and ADHD i have. extreeme ADHD. i can play a guitar faster and better then my own music teacher
does anyone have anything cool to talk about?
Anyone hear listen to "The Eye of the Tiger"?
no, but "SIX" by all that remains is pretty good