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Re: Now this does sound nice

Hi Brian I love watching the Lowrey demonstrations on YouTube. This is right up my street. Loved the organ voices from 22 minutes. Not that keen on the new styles though. How much are these 13 -14 thousand I suppose. You can arrange a home demonstration of this model. Can you imagine having this del...
by Westgarth
12 Mar 2018 21:55
 
Forum: Lowrey
Topic: Now this does sound nice - Lowrey Symphony Home Organ
Replies: 2
Views: 435

Re: Nessun dorma ...

Hi Torben

Phew, could never contemplate playing something like that. Your arrangement was so detailed. Rehearsals paid off on this one. Brilliant.
by Westgarth
06 Mar 2018 19:03
 
Forum: Classical Corner
Topic: Nessun dorma ...
Replies: 6
Views: 697

Re: Just in case you come visiting

Brian man.

Even ah dinnit knaw some of them. The Buggers South of Darlo ave got nee chance.
by Westgarth
09 Apr 2016 19:17
 
Forum: Community Notice Board
Topic: Just in case you come visiting
Replies: 3
Views: 360

Re: Wow .... Peter Shaw & The Korg Pa3x

And they reckon men can't multitask! :shock:
Amazing.
by Westgarth
28 May 2015 00:49
 
Forum: Korg Pa X-Series Professional Arrangers
Topic: Wow .... Peter Shaw & The Korg Pa3x
Replies: 6
Views: 2863

Re: Retro Organ Series: Galanti H6000 (GEM) - Medley

Hi Mike

I enjoyed listening to that, particularly the first tune. My late brother had a Gem organ about thirty years ago. It had a lovely soft organ sound. Pity I couldn't play then.

Steve
by Westgarth
06 Feb 2015 20:35
 
Forum: Vintage Organ Group (Facebook)
Topic: Retro Organ Series: Galanti H6000 (GEM) - Medley
Replies: 1
Views: 983

Re: Something Different

Hi Keith

You performed well there. They're all new tunes to me and I particularly like the voices on the second one. I have to agree, it sounded like I was sitting in Durham Cathedral. :D
by Westgarth
29 Nov 2014 08:12
 
Forum: Christmas Carols & Festive Songs 2014
Topic: Something Different
Replies: 3
Views: 823

Re: Rockin around the Xmas tree.

Well played Ray.

Always think of Mel Smith when I hear that one.
by Westgarth
29 Nov 2014 07:57
 
Forum: Christmas Carols & Festive Songs 2014
Topic: Rockin around the Xmas tree.
Replies: 14
Views: 2481

Re: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Hi Mike and Cousin Ken

Enjoyed that :D. Good choice of style Mike, Ken seemed to enjoy singing along. Quite a compliment when someone uses a track you recorded.
by Westgarth
29 Nov 2014 07:52
 
Forum: Christmas Carols & Festive Songs 2014
Topic: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Replies: 9
Views: 1781

Re: Chestnuts Roasting.

Hi Eddie

Wow :D that was some performance! I'll add that to my collection. Excellently played and improvised.
by Westgarth
29 Nov 2014 07:40
 
Forum: Christmas Carols & Festive Songs 2014
Topic: Chestnuts Roasting.
Replies: 9
Views: 1632

Re: Eddie Dunstedter: Christmas Candy @ The Gulbransen Organ

Hi All

It amazes me how much knowledge you guys hold! :o :o :o :)
by Westgarth
17 Nov 2014 20:05
 
Forum: Vintage Organ Group (Facebook)
Topic: Eddie Dunstedter: Christmas Candy @ The Gulbransen Organ
Replies: 6
Views: 1363

Re: Eddie Dunstedter: Christmas Candy @ The Gulbransen Organ

Hi Mike

I'm assuming that is a small band he's playing with. Did they have much automatic accompaniment in those days? I'd be impressed if that wasn't a real guitar.

Enjoyed the post.
by Westgarth
11 Nov 2014 22:28
 
Forum: Vintage Organ Group (Facebook)
Topic: Eddie Dunstedter: Christmas Candy @ The Gulbransen Organ
Replies: 6
Views: 1363

Re: Keyboard Magazine

Thanks for the mag Brian. I even like reading the adverts. I don't understand a lot of the electronic articles but still an interesting read.
by Westgarth
19 Sep 2014 19:31
 
Forum: Community Notice Board
Topic: Keyboard Magazine
Replies: 2
Views: 420

Re: Ketron Audya - Blues Session

Excellent post Mike :D

Got to admit I had to Google "Koenisegg Agera" wouldn't like to service that! :?
by Westgarth
16 Oct 2013 21:42
 
Forum: Ketron Digital Keyboards & Workstation Forum
Topic: Ketron Audya - Blues Session
Replies: 4
Views: 1754

Re: An oddball British instrument from the 60s.

Hi Mike Great to see another fan of the Stylophone. My brother bought the Stylophone 350S with rocker switches for different voices. Real Hi-Tech. Cost £35. I got £10 a week wages. I once saw Rod Argent use it on stage at a concert at Newcastle City Hall. At the time we raved about it but thinking b...
by Westgarth
23 Apr 2013 18:57
 
Forum: Vintage Organ Group (Facebook)
Topic: An oddball British instrument from the 60s.
Replies: 2
Views: 819

Re: PA600 unboxed at last!

Hi Mike Good to see you up and about. Good luck with the new keyboard. Would it be too synical to suggest that an eventual system upgrade would fill these empty pages with factory styles at a never to be missed bargain price especially for you!!! :shock: I hope not. I'm sure there must be extra styl...
by Westgarth
21 Feb 2013 21:22
 
Forum: Korg Pa Series Arrangers
Topic: PA600 unboxed at last!
Replies: 7
Views: 1552

Re: The Weird: Louis Weir's Midget Organ & More

Don't know what the fuss is about Mike.

We all know every jolly old house in England has a Parlour large enough for the quaint pipe organ pictured! In fact I may purchase the smaller version for my butler.
by Westgarth
21 Nov 2012 22:04
 
Forum: Vintage Organ Group (Facebook)
Topic: Mechanix Illustrated - Oldest Technology
Replies: 3
Views: 535

Good news for Korg owners, can't see Yamaha users getting anything like this! :(

Jacko's going to be a happy man :D
by Westgarth
13 Sep 2012 19:03
 
Forum: Korg Pa X-Series Professional Arrangers
Topic: The Korg pa3x Just Got better
Replies: 3
Views: 1580

Hi Pamela

I love listening to this man, he gets an excellent theatre organ sound from the Yamaha.

The Nuns at my school used to make us do the Barn Dance but they would never have allowed "Hello Dolly", far too crude! :shock:
by Westgarth
31 Aug 2012 20:23
 
Forum: Vintage Organ Group (Facebook)
Topic: Barndance medley on the EL70
Replies: 3
Views: 711

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