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33  Bass  Players

by The Hippy Coyote

True story. We auditioned 33 bass players when I moved to Utah.

Then I gave up.

Then I wrote this song.

Then I went out and rented a tape recorder from a music store.

I recorded the bass parts to our songs so we could have a bass player in our Salt Lake club gigs.

It was kinda cool. We had the invisible bass player.

Not as good as having Tom Calder, but I had to perform in the clubs.

Eventually, the drummer, whose dad was a Bishop, and the guitarist, who was a restaurant manager, were told to quit my band by their Mormon leaders.

I performed solo gigs until they banned me for that too.

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p.s. This song has words, but once again, I decided to sing this song with my flute.

Tom Calder tried to lay a bass part on this when he was in Salt Lake to cut the other tracks. We decided to leave this song 'bassless' to portray what we were missing.

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