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Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby George » 10 Aug 2018 14:51

Hi, Folks,

Well this is an oldie by Mama Cass I know others have done it so I hope you enjoy my version of it.

Genos/ Easy Listening/ Easy Swing.

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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby Brian007 » 10 Aug 2018 15:40

Hi George,

A very nice arrangement and performance of that classic number, which is one of my favorites,
liked the style and the voices you used and well played.

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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby dragon » 10 Aug 2018 16:07

I liked that George. I liked it a lot. Good choice of everything involved. .. Fred
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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby Hugh-AR » 10 Aug 2018 18:25

George,

That was an old favourite of mine and a real pleasure to listen to.

I noted the 'key change' about two thirds of the way through. Sounded like you were playing the tune just a semitone higher, with the 'leading' 7th chord in between. Eg. If you were playing it in C you would follow with an Ab7th chord to go into the key of Db (or C#, or whatever). So did you actually play the piece a semitone higher? Or did you use your TRANSPOSE button to move it up a semitone? And if you used the Transpose button, at what point did you play that 'leading' 7th chord? I am half expecting you to say that your Genos keyboard put that 7th chord in automatically when you told it to change key??? !!!

If I use the TRANSPOSE button on my AR it puts it straight up from eg. C to C#, which can sound a bit strange. I think really the TRANSPOSE button is something to set up before you play a piece, either because you think it sounds better played a bit higher, or because you can't play the piece in the key it was written for .. or because a singer needs it in a lower key as he/she can't reach the high notes.

Here's Mama Cass singing Dream A Little Dream Of Me.



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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby George » 10 Aug 2018 18:48

Hi, Brian007 and Hugh,

Thank you lads for your kind comments pleased you enjoyed this classic oldie from mama Cass Hugh I did this recording some weeks ago I think I just transposed it .

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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby Jon D » 10 Aug 2018 19:30

Hello there George,
A great number for this style you played and voiced it very well another enjoyable listen my good friend. :D :D :D

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Hi there I have played from the age of 13 and all my music is played in a sort of dance tempo style.Have worked in nearly all the North East clubs over the years that give me a good grounding cheers.
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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby George » 11 Aug 2018 13:46

Hi, Jon,

Thank you for your kind comments pleased you enjoyed this classic oldie from Mama Cass.

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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby JohnT » 11 Aug 2018 19:30

Hi George A nice dreamy number, with some good sounds. A lovely relaxing listen. John
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Re: Dream a Little Deam of Me.

Postby George » 12 Aug 2018 15:18

Hi, John,

Thank you for your kind comments pleased you enjoyed this lovely oldie.

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