Poppers and Prosecco

Poppers and Prosecco

70bpm

Trombone, Piano, Bass, Drums


What's the difference between a dead frog in the road, and a dead trombone player in the road? The frog was probably going to a gig! Hah! Get it? Well... it took me 8 years to get it, so let me explain. When you go out hunting frogs, that is called "gigging". Gigging is bad for a frog. When you go out playing an instrument in a band for money, that is called "gigging". Gigging is good for a trombone player... but man, you gotta be good. You pretty much need a bass player and a drummer... not many people need a trombone player, so they typically don't get many gigs... Did I explain that right? Wait, let me start over...

This download includes the following files:

Poppers and Prosecco - Bass.wav

Poppers and Prosecco - Drums.wav

Poppers and Prosecco - Piano.wav

Poppers and Prosecco - Trombone.wav

Poppers and Prosecco.wav

Creative Commons - Attribution 4.0.pdf


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Poppers and Prosecco
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