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    Quote Originally Posted by jasaco View Post
    And now for something completely different...
    Very cool, jasaco. Thanks for posting that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kris View Post
    There is my version with vocal/Dorota/.
    It was recorded 11 years ago...:-)
    Nice, Kris!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt.guitarteacher View Post
    Great as always M-ster. Is this all M-ster-original backing?

    Really unique treatment on a tune that is widely-regarded as difficult to rearrange.
    Thanks, Matt. Yes, the backing is me and my trusty PC. Not much of a rearrangement - I took most of my cues from the original Strayhan recording.

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    Thanks for your comments, Matt. The 'interruptions' were quite deliberate because otherwise I might have to shoot myself... it's really quite an introverted piece lyrically.

    Ah yes, the accent. Do you know I've only ever sung American stuff? I can't sing 'Brit', it doesn't work. Strange.

    Do try a vocal too, that would definitely be fun :-)

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by M-ster View Post
    Thanks, Matt. Yes, the backing is me and my trusty PC. Not much of a rearrangement - I took most of my cues from the original Strayhan recording.
    Yes, clever backing... you've got that piano down well and it all suits. The improv's good too. Your note/scale choices are always just right. You must share your secrets sometime!

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