Never tear us Apart

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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by James Ryce » Fri Jun 05, 2009 8:35 am

I am sad to say that the song stopped playing just before the sax part. But happy to hear you sing again. I keep forgetting that you have a set of pipes as well. You should do some more vocals. I'll come back later and try to get to the solo part.

Good singing Bill.

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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by stevo » Fri Jun 05, 2009 10:39 am

Nice rendition O-Dude, am a huge fan of INXS so while I loved it, the backing left me wanting a wee bit.

Nevertheless, good pipes bud, on the vocal as well as the Sax.
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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by maceman » Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:41 pm

I always really liked this song.
Boy, your voice actually suits this song alot. Really nice job.

The sax part was my favourite!

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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by Omegaman » Fri Jun 05, 2009 6:41 pm

Thanks all, that was fun. the backing is pretty lame and it's slightly out of time... it adds about a half beat or so on the stop measure. I had a bit of fun this afternoon, played mine and synched it up at the beginning with the INXS vid on youtube, was right in time until that stop. Even though it's sparse instrumentation, it really needs live players and sounds. and really really needs the backing vox. it was fun experiment.
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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by voclizr » Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:36 am

Well.............
Your contribution is good!!
You're right about the "cheesy" MIDI though. :lol: :roll:
But sax and vocals are great! ;)

I've learned alot about MIDI since the beginning of the year. Some of it's great, and some not so.

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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by guitar fan » Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:54 am

Omegaman wrote:I know how some of you love covers
WHO said that? :lol:

I agree with the other comments, you are a good singer!
Nice try. ;)
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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by Roy-Al » Fri Jun 12, 2009 9:58 am

I've never heard you sing before. That was pretty good. I guess like this song but I feel cheated. That's all we get in the sax department? Guess I'll have to go back and listen to your other stuff or the work you did on that Surfer guys song.
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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by keyshardy » Sun Jun 14, 2009 12:46 pm

Hey Bill, Nice Vocals..I love this song!..Good to here the old pipes again. Ahh!! sax has just kicked in..Love it, love it! :D

Great working with you through Surf by the way! 8)

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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by Omegaman » Sun Jun 14, 2009 4:15 pm

Thanks for the listens and positive comments. for those that wanted more sax, all I can say is, that it is a cover, and that's all there is in the original. and yes I will try to sing more. ;)
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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by James Ryce » Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:38 am

Hey Bill ... finally got back and managed to get all the way through it ... now I see what everyone was saying with the short sax solo :o but that is okay. Like you said, you were doing the cover. Still think you did a mighty fine job on the vocals. Do you ever sing live when you go out jamming? I'll bet you would sound great coming over the pa.

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Re: Never tear us Apart

Post by Omegaman » Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:45 am

Thanks James... I used to sing lead on 3 or 4 songs with the band (woudl have done more but I was wearing out my welcome I think) I just posted this the other day.

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