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Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

Hi Brian

That sounds canny. Like the Corrs on steroids! Who is the band, I'd like to hear more.
by Westgarth
11 Feb 2018 19:26
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

A change of genre here. I found this group a few years ago on YouTube. They're truly amazing. They won't suit everyone's taste but they're on the USB in my car. Check out a few of their videos, there are dozens to choose from and full concerts. Definitely worth going to see them if you get a chance....
by Westgarth
11 Feb 2018 16:13
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: I just called to say I love you

Hi John

Enjoyed that, can't beat a bit of Stevie.

This song inspired me to buy my first Yamaha PSR350. The lad in Windows played this when he demo'd the keyboard and he reeled me in. It's cost me a fortune ever since.

Thanks for posting.
by Westgarth
09 Feb 2018 20:12
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: I just called to say I love you
Replies: 20
Views: 156

Re: Disco It!

Hi All Well I've listened and watched all the entries and it would be rude to leave without a comment. Sorry Dave but I laughed all the way through. You definitely killed those tunes with that beat, it was brilliant! Your first video was doing well Hugh until the last 10 seconds, how did the Heavy M...
by Westgarth
09 Feb 2018 20:00
 
Forum: Musical Challenges
Topic: Disco It!
Replies: 10
Views: 119

Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

Hi Brian

It's a long time since I've listened to Sky. Brilliant Toccata. I have the classical version stored in the Yamaha.

Hocus Pocus is lesser know than Sylvia but just as good in my eyes (or ears).

What a way to spend a Friday evening, brilliant music and a pint of John Smiths.
by Westgarth
09 Feb 2018 19:42
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: Hairless Artists

I couldn't choose just one song Brian and when I came across this it was the ideal solution.
by Westgarth
09 Feb 2018 19:28
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: Hairless Artists
Replies: 3
Views: 22

Hairless Artists

I wasn't sure where to put this but I'm sure I'll be corrected.

It's especially for Hugh. Here's one of my favourite artists. He has long hair and he's bald! :D

by Westgarth
08 Feb 2018 21:35
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: Hairless Artists
Replies: 3
Views: 22

Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

Often played as an Encore. One of their best numbers.

How about this one from a similar era and hair length. Great to play on the guitar or keyboard.

by Westgarth
06 Feb 2018 19:30
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: I Got Rythmn

I'm not as sophisticated as Hugh.

I was listening to this somewhere else.

I was in a bar, Smoky Joe's, with a glass of Bourbon, a new pack of twenty and a Dame on my knee. 8)

Great music Tony, keep it coming.

Really enjoyed that, daughters old tapping number.
by Westgarth
06 Feb 2018 07:16
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: I Got Rythmn
Replies: 8
Views: 62

Re: I’d rather go blind ...

Hi Torben

Which album is this on? :lol: That was fantastic. Your friend can sing a bit too. More of this please.
by Westgarth
06 Feb 2018 07:08
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: I’d rather go blind ...
Replies: 6
Views: 52

Re: My Love - Korg PA4

Enjoyed that, you played it well. Neve come across the Pa4, I'll have a look at that. Thanks for posting.
by Westgarth
03 Feb 2018 21:29
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: My Love - Korg PA4
Replies: 10
Views: 43

Re: Two new models of arranger keyboards from Yamaha

I agree with you Brian. I wonder how many have been influenced by members like yourself? If we could only rely on visiting our local music shop to listen we'd have a problem in this neck of the woods.
by Westgarth
02 Feb 2018 17:51
 
Forum: Yamaha Chit Chat
Topic: Two new models of arranger keyboards from Yamaha
Replies: 9
Views: 135

Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

Nice choice Brian
by Westgarth
02 Feb 2018 17:46
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: Two new models of arranger keyboards from Yamaha

I did think about waiting when I purchased the 770 (£700). I'm so glad I didn't as I would have been bitterly disappointed. £400 more than I paid for the 770 six months ago for what? Absolutely nothing. How many styles do you need considering every style from the Tyros is available for free. I could...
by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 21:31
 
Forum: Yamaha Chit Chat
Topic: Two new models of arranger keyboards from Yamaha
Replies: 9
Views: 135

Re: Fanfare

Hi Tony I well remember blasting that tune out of my bedroom window years ago. I must add it was on vinyl, not the keyboard. The only time we hear something like that is when an organ demonstrator prepares it. Had a shot at sequencing once but I was rubbish. Look forward to your next offering. There...
by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 21:01
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: Fanfare
Replies: 8
Views: 132

Re: Annelies by Wally Z

Hi Wally To me your song says very little but speaks a lot. Let me explain what I mean. My mother was only 14 when the war started and soon had 4 brothers away in the forces who sent plenty of money back to Grandma. She also worked in the Grocers so food rationing wasn't too much of a problem. After...
by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 20:53
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: Annelies by Wally Z
Replies: 9
Views: 127

Re: Laura

That was excellent. I think the voices you are using take us back to another era. Enjoyed the listen.
by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 20:34
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: Laura
Replies: 12
Views: 96

Re: Lindisfarne - Run For Home - 1978

Excellent rendition Brian. I've never used that type of voice on this song before but it worked well. I'll have to try it. Great pictures of the Toon, love the buses. I saw Lindisfarne at the City Hall a few weeks ago. I hadn't seen them since their seventies shows. Still a magical event. Thanks for...
by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 20:26
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: Lindisfarne - Run For Home - 1978
Replies: 8
Views: 64

Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

Here goes, I'll give it a try. Hope you enjoy but if you don't, tough!

Never Going Back Again - Lindsey Buckingham

by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 20:13
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: What are you listening to Now ? (3)

Excellent stuff, a blast from the past. Did you see YES at the City Hall recently. They were excellent and Steve Howe gets better and better.

Not sure how but I'll try to upload something I' listening to from the same era.
by Westgarth
01 Feb 2018 20:06
 
Forum: Music Videos Member's Choice
Topic: What are you listening to Now ? (3)
Replies: 28
Views: 120

Re: Free songs

Hi Fred Before you can read the score you'll need to load the file into the Tyros. To some people these files are known as Midi Files, to others they are known as Song Files. They are both the same. Page 58 of the owners manual instructs you how to load a song file. Once you've loaded this, press th...
by Westgarth
05 Sep 2016 20:46
 
Forum: Yamaha Tyros 3 & Tyros 4 Workstations
Topic: Free songs
Replies: 4
Views: 773

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: 172

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: 2328

Re: Musikmesse 2015: 2 New Keyboards From Yamaha

You're getting a hell of a lot of keyboard for your money here.
Wouldn't mind getting one for carting up and down stairs.
by Westgarth
23 Apr 2015 19:18
 
Forum: Yamaha PSR & S-Series Keyboard Arrangers
Topic: Musikmesse 2015: 2 New Keyboards From Yamaha
Replies: 1
Views: 535

Re: Yamaha TRX with Logitech 920c webcam

Hi Jack

You're looking canny for a young lad! :D Great to see someone enjoying what they're doing.

I enjoyed watching and listening.
by Westgarth
15 Feb 2015 22:24
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: Yamaha TRX with Logitech 920c webcam
Replies: 21
Views: 88

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: 720

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: 599

Re: Eye level

Hi George

You played that well. This was the first tune I learned to play on the harmonica so I know it well. I've never tried on the keyboard, I'll have to give it a go.
by Westgarth
29 Nov 2014 08:04
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: Eye level
Replies: 13
Views: 60

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: 1893

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: 1380

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: 1223

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: 994

Re: First Post - Home and the Heartland

Cheers Mike.

It's good to get the first one out of the way!

Before you say it, "about bloody time!" :lol:
by Westgarth
11 Nov 2014 22:32
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: First Post - Home and the Heartland
Replies: 11
Views: 76

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: 994

Re: An Englishman In New York

Hi Pam

You made a great job of that as it's not the easiest song to get the timing right. That's a new style to me, never heard it before.

Didn't know it was about Quentin either, thought he should have called it "A Geordie in New York". You learn something new everyday! :D
by Westgarth
11 Nov 2014 22:17
 
Forum: Vocal & Instrumental Performances
Topic: An Englishman In New York
Replies: 16
Views: 78
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