Well, I thought that was REALLY well-done! I watched bits of the first one and your rendition I really like!! Plus, I like the fact that your beard looks like one of those apps where you can beard yourself--it's so perfectly neat!! Super nice!!
Thank you Kim.
Didn't know there was such a thing as a beard app. But then I don't do apps so that might explain why. I just trimmed it back about a month ago. During the winter months it's 4"-5" longer and doesn't have that "neat" appearance.
Joe! You put yourself out there too! NICE!!!! I'm proud of ya, keep it up and you'll be harmonizing along with me this summer! I remember you playing this last year. It's come along quite nicely. You know, when I listen to you play I think sometimes I should set the guitar down. You've got a few experience years on me though.
Since Scott, Peter and I started recording our sessions I came to realize what a great learning tool that can be. Going back and listening really helps you see where a problem exists so you can correct it.
Harmonizing with you? A Nightingale and a bullfrog doesn't sound like the best combination.
Silly you! Why would you put the guitar down? I've only recently started adding filler notes between chords. Watching DE last summer at your place and Scott doing it so fluently as well, inspired me to work on it. There are plenty of folks that are far better than me. We all started at the same place; learning basic chords. When you decide you want to embellish your guitar playing, you'll do it and it will sound great.
Peatle Jville wrote:
Nice cover version. Not only did you have the true essence of the song but you made it your own. You chord changes and singing bang on.
Thank you Peatle.
Many, many years ago I was struggling with a song and someone said to me; "You don't have to make it sound just like the original. Make it your own." That was a turning point for me. I began to focus on feeling a song rather than just copying it.
[b]Today Is Only Yesterdays Tomorrow[/b]