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Oliver
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Sounds interesting! (pun intended)

"Please play some wrong notes, so that we know that you are human" - said to Jascha Heifetz.

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Hmmmmmm... start messing with drugs just to accomplish something like this and there are usually always some type of ill side effects.

 

Welcome back, Oscar. Ironic that you posted today, it's been so long and I was thinking of threading and asking if anyone has heard from you lately.

Glad you are well.  coffee1

 

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Doin' OK for an old geezer like me.

I think pitch pills would fall in the category of muscle steroids.  Sort of "cheating". 

I take pride that my playing is "honest" which adds to my feeble excuses for playing in the first place.

 

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Hensch > offspring of Timothy Leary?

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Indeed, the sound of much contemporary music does suggest that mind altering drugs and music have found a niche already.

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Interesting read, specifically because of the drug name ... valprioc acid.

This sounds suspiciously like an anti-epilepsy drug.  Therefore, kids being treated for epilepsy should be good musicians right?

I don't think that's the family of drugs involved in the Beatles heyday rofl

Doesn't mean I won't listen to the music.

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