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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by simoncroft, Sep 28, 2017.
Right-o, we're working on it.
I'd START a band just to have them both in it!
Yeah, so would I! Wait. Who were we talking about again?
Modesty becomes you Sir!
It does, doesn’t it? I was just admiring how well modesty was bringing out my handsome features... *twirls around in front of mirror*
Here's new video. Sorry it's been a few days. I'm trying to decorate a house and sort a few other things as well.
Thanks @simoncroft I liked the 3 screens in one effect! Very neat!
The centre panel is the footage from Nanda's phone. Looks quite arty doesn't it.
Hey, movie fans, this one was a spontaneous jam. Young Hugo was behind the kit at the time...
I'm only about half way through this material, and there is some great stuff to come. Some of it takes a bit more work than other songs, due to technical limitations with gear on the day. I'll keep posting though.
Somethings Wrong! ? Somethings right! That's a keeper.
There are some more great songs with you performing that I'll post soon, Dave. Some of them need a bit of extra work – not because of you but because the sound balance is poor!
I'm sure I've said this before – and I give her a credit on every YouTube video page – but please thank Debbie for all the work she put in. Without her artwork, footage and great still shots, these little videos would be nothing like as good.
Oh, she comes snooping around here. Lol. But yes, sir, I will pass it on. She does nice work.
Here's some more nice work! Most of the video is from Debbie and John, and the audio is a glorious combination of three sources, carefully remixed for your listening pelasure:
I definitely need to improve my performance in London...
Easy on yourself, big fella. You don't have to sound like BB King. Just own it, as you already do.
Looked like Nanda & @s5tuart were on the same mindset (Nanda's words, not mine ).
The one thing I'd really like you to really work on before you come to London is making sure a motorbike doesn't land on you just before you arrive! I'm sure everyone was impressed by your performance. Personally, I was also impressed by the fact you turned up so soon after an accident. You and Joyce are welcome any gig I'm ever involved in.
Yeah, but I was off key quite badly several times here.
Luckily, I get a second shot at this song in London.
Let's not forget that Joyce and you picked all all the songs that the rest of us couldn't, wouldn't or shouldn't sing!!!
I think you both did brilliantly. If I counted every bum-note I did I'd still be counting!
The music is of course the common denominator but accuracy is far less important to me than the magnificence of the event and the company of others, all of whom have enough cahunas to get up and makes mistakes in front of their peers.
Don't sweat it, embrace it! You were great!!!
This started out as really great version of 21 Guns. Sadly, all of us who attended remember the PA system wasn't up to a lot, so the rest of the band couldn't really hear Joyce, and the song had to be abandoned. I really hope you guys do this again in London, because it deserves to be heard in full.
While there's no sense we're 'scraping the bottom of the barrel' on Euroguestock II, I freely admit I released all the easy songs that had no technical issues first. The next one will be Heavy Cross, which is where my camcorder ran out of juice, leaving Debbie to save the day. There's also a potentially great version of Dead Flowers in the pipeline that has almost inaudible guitars! It will all get sorted.