Smith’s crinkle cut chips

So I’m sitting in my room, listening to some angry guitars noise because there really isn’t a lot to do right now.  Honestly, what the hell was going on the in 70s and why did it stop.  See tonight’s listening for a fat riff, yodelling, whistling and a flute solo because, prog rock.

Doing group projects with people overseas has its challenges, but I can’t imagine what it must be like for you guys who are studying a degree in a completely different timezone!  I suppose most lectures and classes are all pre-recorded these days.  I heard we only had one new case today, so hope is on the horizon??  Kinda hard to be optimistic after the last 6ish months but there it is.  God, maybe I’ll even be able to visit my Grandma by Christmas.  That really would be nice.  It really would.

My recital is due in a few weeks and I do not feel great about that.  I don’t know if there are any musicians out there, but there is nothing worse than feeling that your pieces just aren’t improving.  My family are completely sick of me practicing that’s for sure.  Just a month more and I promise there’ll be less noise!


Tonight’s Listening:  ‘Hocus Pocus’ by Focus  (Best version –


5 thoughts on “Smith’s crinkle cut chips

  1. I’m a fellow musician (harmonium), but I’m nowhere near as good as you, so I understand a little. I’m sure you’ll be great!

    1. I’ve never heard of the harmonium, but after watching a few youtube videos it looks like one of the coolest instruments ever! Have you been playing a long time?

      1. I play the Indian version of the harmonium, the small box one. I’ve started learning when I 14. I mainly play by ear when people around me are singing, otherwise, I just riff around really… Hope the rehearsals/practice is going well.

        1. Ah, you’ve just reminded me how much I miss playing with other people. We’ll have to have an end-of-covid jam

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