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Beware: He is prone to depression; it’s when he writes “his best stuff.” And making all that racket at the back, on the riser, is the grinning drummer, , descended more recently than the rest of us from apes. Yet he’s always there when you need him, steadily, deftly weaving the band’s rhythm and melody into an impenetrable humming-thumping-humming-thumping musical fabric that—scientifically speaking—you just want to wrap yourself up in. (This commentary is about men because that’s how I roll, but Kim Gordon, Sheryl Crow, Aimee Mann, Suzi Quatro, Kim Deal, Meshell Ndegeocello: respect.) Here’s why the bass player is the best rocker to pluck your strings: • What’s sexier than a man who doesn’t need to be the center of attention — who’s content to sit back and hold a thing together from the bottom up? loonpt (anonymous profile)November 19, 2014 at a.m. Loon, I sympathize with you, but take solace young man, there was a song written about you, long, long ago, and here it is. And how many people out there can play the bassline to "Good Morning Starshine"? Draxor, as for "having no frets", if you can play the bass without frets, you are the s--t, so let those pervs rock 'n' roll. Starshine is letting them know that it's all good. Disclaimer: I am a bass player and completely biased on this topic. ) \m/ you're all wet, dolphin: it's horndogs, at least we said that in the 1880s. However this is so poorly written I had to make an account just to make a comment about it.
This good-time boy is a competent multitasker but frequently shamed by his bandmates for not knowing scales. That sort of hang-backedness speaks to a deep-rooted confidence, an honorable work ethic even, that can only be described as hotness amplified. If you're finding this too much information, you should check with the spouse and make sure you're not missing some information. And she's been "posing as a lefty liberal" a long time. Half of the words in this piece don't even need to be here. billclausen: You do realize that although the topic seems to be "bass players," it's not _really_ about "bass players", right? " pecanpie (anonymous profile)November 19, 2014 at p.m.
Fearful of losing her money and mother, Lily left Rufus but discovered she was pregnant soon after.
She gave birth to a son, Scott Rosson, whom she gave up for adoption.
Lily and Rufus have no relationship in the Gossip Girl novels as Dan and Serena only date briefly and Lily is married to William van der Woodsen.Fittingly, the wedding took place in the same area that Bachelor in Paradise is filmed.Bass and Waddell is now the only couple still together from Season 3 of the series.They begin dating again and eventually marry in Rufus Getting Married.However, Lily later chooses Bart Bass over Rufus and annuls their marriage in The Return of the Ring.