People with developmental disabilities are more capable than you believe.
I realize what a lot of you are thinking.
This guy kind of sucks on the axe. However, you did read some time ago that I never claimed to be Dimebag Darrell Abbott or Randy Rhoads.
This composer has a developmental disability and has had two seizures. Hence, he records the tune while the notes are still in his mind. There is virtually no short-term memory, and it’s too late by the time some of the melody returns.
The worst thing about it is the melody is never the same once some of it returns to my mind.
Just be happy that I’m keeping the classical heavy metal era alive through these compositions. Maybe I’ll have a kid one day who can perfect his or her old man’s works, but these are the best I can do for right now. Be grateful that this Jack the Ripper is not a dull boy by only displaying one type of material on here.
There are different sides to my personality, other than being a cut-throat liberal, and I want to share some of the other sides. These recordings are only one verse long, as one should figure that the other one or two verses are the same-just like in a hymnal.
You probably have no idea that my hands shake as I type. Well, they do. I’m lucky that I can do any of this.
My hands shake because of what has happened to me over the course of time. There are times when I should record the compositions in pieces and take short breaks in between.
My left hand shakes as I type this, in fact, and this is probably something that I will have to deal with for the next 50 or 60 years.
This is just more proof that people with disabilities can do more than what most people expect.