Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Stompin'

Happy me, Stomper Girl. As opposed to happy mother of gorgeous children or contented in my personal life. Because I did something quite cool today and it went well and I'm quite excited. Me, in my professional capacity. A guest artist.

I am not above grumbling its not what you know but who you know when I think someone undeserving has got a gig that I might have done. But I am also quite happy to benefit from the same system, believe you me. Having my cake and eating it too. That was me today.

I was a bit nervous but they were all so nice. Took a few takes. Completely dried up on the first one!

But I think it sounds good!
*pleased wriggle and happy smile*

12 comments:

  1. Go you!! My sense of rhythm would have you in hysterics, so I bow in your direction, oh Great Tappy One.

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  2. Hey sis, what were you doing? Is that Mick thomas in one of the photos? Tell tell. Sounds like went v. well though, which is v.good.

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  3. OK. Does this mean you did some tapping that was recorded for some purpose? Whatever, it all looks very PROFESSIONAL and I loved looking at the pics. Good on YOU!

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  4. Congrats!! You go girl.
    Look at those amazing calves.

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  5. Stompergirl, you funky woman, you.

    Is that the Lovely Trish?

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  6. That's so cool! Can we hear it?!

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  7. Fantastic. And, proving once again what a details person I am, look at that calf muscle!! I'll have two please!

    Congratulations.

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  8. The cd (featuring my tapping feet on one track, lovely song by the way) won't be out for a while so I'll do another post when its a concrete thang. But it was very exciting to do.

    (!!!)

    Thanks for the calf comments :-) They were quite sore by the end of that day. Had to teach the same night.

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  9. Remember my name,

    FAME !

    I'm goona live forever .. light up the sky like a ...

    those calves are rather good.
    Biatch.

    Perhaps I should tap.
    After this wine ... tapppitty-tap-tap-tap


    ( P.S. - one of my earliest memories: being P.O'd at my mum for NOT letting me wear my tap shoes down the street after class.
    Apparently they used to put me down the back and I was quite un-co.
    Typical ;)

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  10. goona live forever ?

    goona ?

    Lets try another wine ..

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  11. H&B - I would of course recommend tap for lovely legs but I don't generally recommend wine before tap. Although. Had an adult tap student once who could not do the end-of-year show unless she'd had half a tab of valium. And numerous others who required champagne to get over their stage-fright. They were the ones with the really big smiles, making all the fuck-ups.

    I think I'm goona have some wine now too hehehe

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