This can range from a Star-Crossed Lovers plot to Twice Shy or fall into the background/coexist with an alternate source of conflict. Frequently the victorious childhood friend or a Second Love. Though seemingly rare, some people out there will be glad to know that, yes, this can be Truth in Television. It has been overused and exaggerated in Harem Genre, where the protagonist somehow attracts even girls he has little to no interactions with merely because of single simple decency (some aren't even outright kindness).
Note that this isn't Always Female as Single Man Seeks Good Woman can certainly be in play. As this trope frequently deals with critical plot details, be warned: HERE THERE BE SPOILERS.
Then there's other people, and you meet them and you think, "Not bad, they're okay," and then you get to know them and, and their face just sort of becomes them, like their personality is written all over it, and they just, they turn into something so beautiful ... Sabine: Sure, women like me swoon for a hero, but that's only because deep down, we think we can change them. I want a nice, safe, reliable mass-murderer that I can depend on.
Colin Bailey Born in Swindon, England on July 9th 1934, Colin Bailey began playing drums at age four.
In 1985 Colin moved back to California and presently lives in the San Francisco area where he plays with his good friend, Piano player Dick Hindman.
Since that move, he has played with Stan Getz, Kenny Burrell, Herb Ellis, Charlie Byrd and singers Carol Sloane, Ernestine Anderson, Susannah Mc Corkle, Rosemary Clooney, and Joe Williams.
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Joe Morello came to Australia on a tour with the Dave Brubeck Quartet.
Colin was in the group that was opening for Brubeck. I knew he had tremendous chops, but when I saw and heard him play in person, I just had to have that technique.
For two weeks, as soon as Joe woke up every day, there I was with the practice pad. Six weeks later he joined the Vince Guaraldi Trio, and played clubs in San Francisco, including several months at the Trident in Sausalito, and other well known clubs such as The Blackhawk and Jazz Workshop.
He was so gracious, showing me the George Lawrence Stone finger control technique. I put in many hours every day trying to get it down, (I am still practicing mastering it! I had a lot more control with volume, and could play quietly with intensity, something that is tough for a lot of drummers. During this period, the trio played with such jazz greats as Ben Webster, Jimmy Witherspoon, and Gene Ammons. In January of 1963, he got a call from Victor Feldman who asked if he would be interested in going to Los Angeles to play a steady gig with his trio. The exposure of playing with Victor was tremendous.
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