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Charlie
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He didn´t say much between the songs, so they didn´t know what he thought of them.

That made me think of the old 'man from Del Monte' adverts - will they get approval?

:von: - he say, YES!

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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TheGoodSon wrote:They told me a wonderful story about presenting some of the new songs to Von.
They had a few instrumental demos that he hadn´t heard, so they brought him to the rehersal room to play them for him. They wanted the atmosphere to resemble a gig as much as possible, so they dimmed the lights, cranked up the volume, and played him the demos. He didn´t say much between the songs, so they didn´t know what he thought of them.
After the last song, he told them: "You´ve captured the sensibilities of the first album, and combined them with the power of the third album." He was very pleased, and so were they. :)
You're not wrong Johan, that really is a wonderful story. :notworthy:
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sam donut
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TheGoodSon wrote:They told me a wonderful story about presenting some of the new songs to Von.
They had a few instrumental demos that he hadn´t heard, so they brought him to the rehersal room to play them for him. They wanted the atmosphere to resemble a gig as much as possible, so they dimmed the lights, cranked up the volume, and played him the demos. He didn´t say much between the songs, so they didn´t know what he thought of them.
After the last song, he told them: "You´ve captured the sensibilities of the first album, and combined them with the power of the third album." He was very pleased, and so were they. :)
Wow! That's amazing!

(Is there a joke about "same bass player as the second album, too" or is that mean/wildly inaccurate?)
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