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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:29 am 
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I considered both but worry (even more!) about my ability to handle their vocals, especially those gorgeous harmonies. If you decide that you prefer "Day", I'd be happy to attempt "No Matter What".

i'm happy to do either of them jeffree - but whichever of us does 'Day' is going to end up with bleeding vocal cords; it has a lot thicker backup vocal treatment than 'No Matter What' and they range higher too

perhaps if you give 'Day' a try, seeing as it was your first choice - maybe transpose it if needed - and if you're not happy with it, then you can do 'No Matter What' instead and i'll have a go at 'Day'.

it makes no difference to me if i start recording one song and then switch later; i'll finish both just for the exercise's sake, so nothing will be going to waste. pick whichever song you're most comfortable with.

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Thanks, man. I appreciate your flexibility. I'm waiting for the CD to arrive this week, so let me live with the tunes for a few days and get back to you. I'll shoot for "Day" unless it overwhelms me. By the way, I plan to adapt either tune to fit my style and limited abilities, so that may help. By the way, what I like about this Comp is that I rarely play covers on-stage anymore, and never as a one-man band. This CD presents a fun challenge for me, and I bet I'm not alone.

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Still trying to decide how to do Listen to Her Heart. I might have stumbled on to something here:


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:15 am 
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RZ wrote:
Still trying to decide how to do Listen to Her Heart. I might have stumbled on to something here:


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Oooohey. I like that tune a lot!

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How about a collaboration, Ron?

I'll play mandolin and the high harmony vocal.

You do everything else. :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:32 am 
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My buddies and i always gave 'listen to her heart' a country-ish feel when we played it, by slowing it down slightly and adding some pedal steel guitar.

That bluegrass version was great!


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How about a collaboration, Ron?

I'll play mandolin and the high harmony vocal.

You do everything else. :lol:


How about this type of colaboration Randy: you redo the song this way, and I'll listen. :wink:

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I'm pondering...slowly narrowing down the target. I will be displaying my fro fo' sho! Maybe a shiny chrome shirt too...Shack has two of them (seriously!). Then I'm going to do some fancy steppin' while I sing, maybe a little turn....yeah baby..yeahhh...smoooth

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I think I've switched gears and going to try something a litlle more influential to me...maybe some (drugged out) Aerosmith or Thin Lizzy... :?

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maybe some (drugged out) Aerosmith or Thin Lizzy... :?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2009 5:21 am 
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RZ wrote:
How about this type of colaboration Randy: you redo the song this way, and I'll listen.

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No way!

You're on your own to record the entire song on your own macho man! :lol:

If I can help you out with the mandolin gimme a yell! :D :wink:

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I think I've switched gears and going to try something a litlle more influential to me...maybe some (drugged out) Aerosmith or Thin Lizzy... :?


Thin Lizzy would be great!

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Can this be an instrumental, or does it have to have singing on it?


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cda wrote:
Can this be an instrumental, or does it have to have singing on it?

It certainly can be an instrumental.

What song are you considering?

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cda wrote:
Can this be an instrumental, or does it have to have singing on it?

It certainly can be an instrumental.

What song are you considering?


Cool! I'm still mulling it over but I was thinking of something by Jean Michel Jarre (Or Johhny Jim Jams, as I call him). I'm going to have a trawl through my Cds later.


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My involvement with the Dijonstock Comp CD efforts is over.

I'm passing the torch.

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