Hey, I've an idea. Why don't you all start trading bootlegs publicly
on this site to see what happens? Think of it as a social experiment.
There is an upside to that idea. It would cut back on the grief one has to put up with when one's better half protests that you've bought another disc by that awful band K.C. For the price of postage one could fill out his/her collection. Would you rather feel the wrath of DGM or your wife/husband?
Let's be honest here. How many of you out there have hidden the credit card bill so you won't have to explain that you have acquired yet another version of The Deception Of The Thrush. "But this one is Live in North Dakota dear".
But if it's for the sake of social experiment; I haven't gotten around to purchasing Projekct Three - CC - Live in Alexandria, VA, March 3, 2003. Whose cajones are swollen enough to step up to the plate?
.........huh.....huh....it's awfully quiet out there.
Seriously though. Being a pro musician with more than a dozen or so recordings offered up for sale by so called real record companies I am very saddened by the fact that illegal downloads have all but ended the days when one could make a living by making records/Cds. The immediate live concert is the only product one will never be able to take away from a musician. You can videotape it and make an audio recording of it but tonight the performance will only happen once.
Now if the kids would only realize how great live music is the game would be on. They seem content to go to a club and enjoy an evening with DJ (press start to begin) Talentless Dickhead.
"DJ Talentless Dickhead is appearing tonight! The way he presses start on the CD player is fantastic! Ohhh, DJ Talentless Dickhead. He's good."
OK, then. Back to what we were talking about. Projekct Three - CC - Live in Alexandria, VA, March 3, 2003. Any one out there?