It’s amazing how what we perceive as fixed, is never actually set in stone. You change even one piece of a greater entity and it’s just “different” even if it’s still “good”. Case in point, the Rolling Stones. When their bassist Bill Wyman retired from the group, they hired Darryl Jones. He’s a great bassist, but his inclusion just somehow tweaked the overall sound and the years without Wyman on bass, just aren’t the same. I can only imagine how drastic things will be if they hire another drummer to […]

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