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i was listening to a post of this Beatles cover by oldrottenhead this morning,,it is a really great song, so this evening i sort of just sort of sat down an let it happen,,i didn’t even really know the song as much as i might like,, but i find it really wonderfully emotive piece,, and of course the fab 4 are the most amazing,, on a personal note: i used a yamaha grand synth not the usual steinway, and it kind of tends to deaden the notes more, which i found cool,, and also i found myself doing a lot more percussive pounding on this than im used to ,, it was fun!!

Roger M. Harris's avatar
Roger M. Harris said

A sound track to 'The Artist' !!!! What a film !!!

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facemask93 said

I love what you've done with an all time classic , you have certainly added something

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kirklynch said

What a great interpretation of a classic!

thetworegs's avatar
thetworegs said

Happy Birthday to you !!!

Movement To Contact's avatar
Movement To Contact said

Happy B-Day Richard!

Lisa D's avatar
Lisa D said

Just lovely ... pulls on the heartstrings.

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Tharek Ali Mokbul said

Dude . ....... This is stunning....... Such a reflective sound.... Your arrangement sounds like it should have been the definitive one! Sublime!

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vaisvil said

Hi Richard, Re: Hotel Cali => yes clarinet for main vocal, oboe for backing vocal - everything you hear is from Kontakt's standard sample set. Thank you for the listen and comment!

Guest said

Beautiful interpretation. Takes me to a good place.

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Johnny Stone said

You are right on the money for Knife Edge here is a right up I found "Knife Edge", is based on the first movement of Janáček’s Sinfonietta (1926) with an instrumental middle section that includes an extended quotation from the Allemande of Johann Sebastian Bach's first French Suite in D minor, Cheers mate.

Guest said

I'm completely satisfied. brilliant.

Guest said

A most sympathetic variation of this extraordinary piece and so well played.

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Movement To Contact said

Man....amazing take on a classic Richard. Always loaded with emotion. Per you comment on Desert Song, you would have to talk with Djork on the flute, I know a little about his set-up but he was the mastermind on the basic track format. I just added my touch to an already great track. :)

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Johnny Stone said

Thanks for listening and commenting mate cheers.

Guest said

Very nice.

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kavin. said

well done!

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KraftiM said

hesitating to the point, nice touch, feel and mood...

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Wildgeas Music said

Careful, you may get blisters on your fingers! Classical Beatles - I love it Richard.

Guest said

Beautiful interpretation - yes, poignant and emotive.

Djörk's avatar
Djörk said

Beatles moment!

vaisvil's avatar
vaisvil said

You made it into a classical piece - I love that. Great work Richard!

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vaisvil said

ohhh I didn't see you had uploaded this! To answer your question - it was a Yamaha - can't remember the model - it had 3 pedals - I agree about the low end but the high end was really weak in my opinion.

Johnny Stone's avatar
Johnny Stone said

Absolutely Beautiful Richard an excellent job.

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thetworegs said

What a beautiful version just wonderful

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