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    #16
    These guys are awesome!

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      #17
      This isn't that new, but optical 24/7's above video reminded me of this "cover"!



      Something from one of their newer albums.

      Last edited by Fezz; 02-02-2012, 06:09 AM.

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        #18
        If we're getting into favorite covers, I got a great cover for ya. Nancy Sinatra eat your heart out:

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          #19
          How about some Electro-Swing?

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            #20
            DragonlensmanWV N.A.O.L.
            "There is nothing patriotic about hating your government or pretending you can hate your government but love your country."

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              #21
              Nick Martellaro - Dizzy Miss Lizzy

              Sorry- I said I wouldn't interrupt, but this is too new for the other thread. Drums are synth, the rest is real, multitracked, rock & roll. Close your eyes and pretend part of J.L.'s soul has mixed with Nick's.

              Science is a way of trying not to fool yourself. - Richard P. Feynman

              Experience is the hardest teacher. She gives the test before the lesson.


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                #22
                Resurrecting an old thread. The Warning. 3 sisters from Monterey Mexico. There’s vid’s of them performing as teens on YouTube. All grown up, this year performing “More” in SD. The younger generation keeping hard rock alive.

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                    #24
                    Young man sounds great! Well done!
                    I often time hear things like real related to music. We recently did a show with the 4 Tops, and Otis Williams Temptations, the real Temps. 32-piece orchestra on stage. You know what thy had? Everything tracked! Background vocals included. They were fantastic. In their 80s now, they want that sound to be excellent, and so they use technology to help while they dance and entertain like few others! When I go out now, I don't carry a horn section unless the event allows for the budget! I have tracked every detail and take a small rhythm section with me, and we do small events with tracks alone in small rooms. The folks who love what we call Beach Music here in the Carolinas (60s and 70s R&B/Soul, Doo Wop and feel-good sounds) come to see us, and we do all we can, and after 50+ years they still bring us back! Is it real? It's what we do, and they always come back! For me to take the 3-piece horn section, full band, and lights and sound it gets expensive! That's the beauty of technology. Can I still play? Every single day! I'm attaching a photo from a recent show, with Mr. Knock on Wood, Eddie Floyd. 87 years old, and we did a great version of his Stax Hit I Ain't Never Found Me A Girl! Let him use that technology! And another with my early group from the 80s with the world's greatest Sax Player (not opinion, fact!) the one and only Maceo Parker! Last an impromptu show with Rock and Roll, and Vocal Group Hall of Famers, the Drifters at the Southeastern Opticians Conference when it still existed. In the president's suite! I'm proud to have played with some of the finest in the world, and one thing the real players do today to make a living, is use technology to its full benefit!

                    It makes me happy to see this young man doing Dizzy Miss Lizzy. Many think it's a Beatles original. Nope, Larry Williams was an American rhythm and blues and rock and roll singer, songwriter, producer, and pianist from New Orleans, Louisiana. The Beatles were influenced by names like Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry, and Elvis! Throughout their career, The Beatles expressed their love of R&B with heart-on-sleeve enthusiasm, infusing their songwriting with the rhythms and harmonies of Motown and Stax, people like Eddie Floyd! I am pleased he is so happy playing and singing, just look at that smile! Use the tools you have! I wish I could include a cut from our latest Classic Soul CD. It won't attach. 4 people. We did a number of originals, one that I included live horns and strings, because I wanted it to be "real." The trumpet player is well known and works with the symphony. Doctoral degree! On the recording he was flat, and thank God for technology, we "tuned" him up, rather than bring the crowd back for another take!

                    Let that young man use the tools! Keep doing your thing! Now, some of you "real" players, bring it on! But understand, I have been there and done that! I'll play with any one of you, and I use technology,. I am more about Entertainment and it's worked well for me for many years.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by wmcdonald View Post
                      I often time hear things like real related to music. We recently did a show with the 4 Tops, and Otis Williams Temptations, the real Temps. 32-piece orchestra on stage. You know what thy had? Everything tracked! Background vocals included.
                      May be of interest- horns on one mic.

                      Isaac Hayes 1969

                      Science is a way of trying not to fool yourself. - Richard P. Feynman

                      Experience is the hardest teacher. She gives the test before the lesson.


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                        #26
                        Josh Turner - For What Its Worth 2019

                        Science is a way of trying not to fool yourself. - Richard P. Feynman

                        Experience is the hardest teacher. She gives the test before the lesson.


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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Robert Martellaro View Post
                          Josh Turner - For What Its Worth 2019

                          Josh Turner and his friends are awesome. Check out the ones where he plays with Allison Young who has an absolutely beautiful voice.

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post

                            Josh Turner and his friends are awesome. Check out the ones where he plays with Allison Young who has an absolutely beautiful voice.
                            Allison Young - Honey Pie

                            Science is a way of trying not to fool yourself. - Richard P. Feynman

                            Experience is the hardest teacher. She gives the test before the lesson.


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                              #29
                              Originally posted by Robert Martellaro View Post

                              Allison Young - Honey Pie
                              Love their version of Honey Pie. Here's Allison singing 'Fever'.


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