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Loc: Ireland (ex England)
Nice to seem some activity in the thread from some other voices. Thanks, folks, for dropping by and keeping Recaredo company, who's been a pillar of strength here.
My last two postings were both from albums where I just had to replace the vinyls with CD's, The White Album and Electric Warrior. This was another, Uriah Heep's Very 'eavy, very 'umble. This was perfect material for my learning to sing while banging out heavy riffs instead of strumming chords. The solo here was what prompted me to invest in a wah-wah pedal, a Coloursound fuzz-wah-swell that got noise in the pots so I invested later (much later) in a Jim Dunlop Cry Baby which I still use today.
I still listen to and play from this album as much as Deep Purple's Machine Head.
I know you guys have a lot of fun out here. I've often poked in to take a quick look see. But, listening a little bit more lately. Love the B3 in the Heep, Richard. Wow, Tchaikovsky in one thread and ... . This is great stuff.
Hope you don't mind me jumping in suddenly with this. Here is a local girl that did quite well that I was always fond of.
I'll be on the road today and was looking for something to listen to. Here is an old 45 I came across. Thought you might enjoy this one Richard. Conrad Gozzo was considered the best lead man of his time. He died too young at 42.
Are you coming up with your own arrangement, Peter? Or, have you a score you are working from? I'll be interested to hear what you do with mmm mmm mmm mmm on piano . I know one thing ... it will be good.
Thank you for the excellent road, Easter and other enjoyable music and documentary, all. I will watch it but have not in its entirety just yet. Have a great week everyone. Its going to be rainy where I am ...