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  1. Nostalgia is an amazing thing, here we are listening to tribute bands from 50 years ago. Imagine if in 1970 we were listening to tribute bands of the 20s.
  2. Well I guess Sals has been doing it for a year or two. You can do it, it's down to practise. Try singing to a simple rock n roll song like Buddy Holly song. First sing to the record without your guitar then add the guitar without your voice then all three. You have lift off!!! Let me know how you get on.
  3. Nice version Sal, well none.
  4. Have any members seen the Stewart Copeland program on BBC 4 Adventures in Music? it's very good. Of course there is a contribution from Sting but what guitar is he playing, it's a parlour guitar, could be a Martin but I'm not sure. Any ideas?
  5. If you are looking at Casinos by Epiphone the made in Japan by Matsumoku are the way to go. An 80s model is as good as anything made in USA.
  6. Yes I agree, there's a time to ' Get Off The Stage' and that's now!
  7. No Casino, that's a surprise. I think Casino when I think Epiphone and being a copy of Gibsons ES 330 I would have thought it would be there.
  8. I'm sorry to say I haven't heard of Johnny Smith, he sounds very Barney Kessel to me. Bing Crosby is the sound of my childhood my parents loved him, I don't think he looks well in this clip.
  9. fretplay

    Misery

    This is an old Lennon and McCartney song, still good after all these years. I have slightly cheated here as it is one acoustic guitar and one semi acoustic guitar in the recording, so 75% acoustic but whats that amongst friends! Hope you like it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3I8pNdRP2Yc
  10. I like the version well done Sal.
  11. Nice version Buc, full of feeling, well done,welcome home!
  12. Merry Christmas Sal, all the very best for 2020.
  13. Just done a version of Lennon and McCartney's, Misery, an oldie but goodie.
  14. My mother and father were married on this day September 15th 1940. Dad was in the RAF but got a 48 hour pass to get married.
  15. Just an add to my last post, art exhibitions have the same thing. There is a certain kind of person who visit art exhibitions just to say they have been there or as a meeting point before a long lunch with friend.
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