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17 July 2014
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Trying the Oh! Darling cover...only first part I can sing...Is imposibble in this moment the high part for me, anyway I recorded the first part only with vocals and the digital bass of Garageband and uploaded to soundcloud, tomorrow I'll upload a video to Vimeo.

Hope you like it.

https://soundcloud.com/tlesbe/oh-darling-cover-first-part

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20 July 2014
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So I was at my uncle's wedding today. They arranged for a traditional Irish country band to play (both families hark back to Ireland) consisting of four instruments - accordion, country guitar, fiddle and banjo. I just so happened to bring my guitar with me today and they noticed. They subsequently invited me to play any song with them.

Since it was a wedding, I chose to play I Will before a crowd af about a hundred. I invited the band to improvise along with me, and they did. After performing and receiving a large round of applause, I caved to everyone's demands to perform an encore. I asked the band to be a little more prominent this time for that sense of uniqueness. And everybody loved it, including me.

Both of my performances were recorded. I can't get them just yet but I'll upload the best ASAP.

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23 July 2014
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alabamaa
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I appreciate, Mr. Kite. Some songs are very very hard to sing, especially Paul parts and I had to record a few times those ones.

The Ballad Of John And Yoko will be next one I'll try to cover and this time want to add drum pattern but I don't know what tempo is...Does anyone know which is the tempo, or any way to discover it? Thanks

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@Jeremy Hillary Boob, Ph. D. Welcome Dr. Boob! (My sig also has a quote from you! a-hard-days-night-george-10) Please introduce yourself to the forum here.

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29 July 2014
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Come Together

Cry Baby Cry

 

Here's two of mine. All instruments are me except the singer. Some weak lead on my part in the end of Come Together, but I was really tired late at night. And, I had just learned Cry Baby Cry right before I recorded it. Enjoy :)

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29 July 2014
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TwoAfter908 said

Come Together

Cry Baby Cry

 

Here's two of mine. All instruments are me except the singer. Some weak lead on my part in the end of Come Together, but I was really tired late at night. And, I had just learned Cry Baby Cry right before I recorded it. Enjoy :)

They sound really good! a-hard-days-night-george-9

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TwoAfter908 said

Come Together

Cry Baby Cry

 

Here's two of mine. All instruments are me except the singer. Some weak lead on my part in the end of Come Together, but I was really tired late at night. And, I had just learned Cry Baby Cry right before I recorded it. Enjoy :)

Great job at covers hope to see more

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For a while now I have been working on a classical guitar arrangement of Here There And Everywhere 

The reason it's taken me so long to post on here is partly laziness, and partly the fact I couldn't decide whether to play it on a classical guitar or my Gretsch. It's clearly for classical, but nylon strings only sound good with long nails, and I find it to be so uncomforatable to let my nails grow out long enough. So I decided to play it on my Gretsch. In this version, I shortened the song a bit as you'll hear. (sorry about the sound quality.)

https://plus.google.com/105212472796324546890/posts/KoE9uTvRfWP

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3 August 2014
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Interesting interpretation, Mimi; it puts me in mind of the classical guitarist Marco Pereira (he used nylon).  I never thought of Here, There And Everywhere done like a classical guitar piece -- but it works!

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Wow, all these new covers are wonderful. Everyone, keep on posting more, I'm loving this.

@Mimi, I bow to you. That cover of Here There And Everywhere gave me goosebumps all over.

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Funny Paper said
Interesting interpretation, Mimi; it puts me in mind of the classical guitarist Marco Pereira (he used nylon).  I never thought of
Here, There And Everywhere done like a classical guitar piece -- but it works!

I think I'm going to do a few more like this (Beatles songs on classical guitar) Any ideas/requests? 

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