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Cry me a River

Colin the Bear

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I've been doing some new backing tracks and found a style labelled New York piano.

Whatever that is. Any how it seemed to go well with this track.

https://soundcloud.com/colin-the-bear/cry-me-a-river-tenor

I've been experimenting busking the Baritone today. The tenor felt a little alto ish after that.

I've replaced the previous version I had on SC. I was very pleased with it at the time but things move on
 
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Clivey

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I've been doing some new backing tracks and found a style labelled New York piano.

Whatever that is. Any how it seemed to go well with this track.

https://soundcloud.com/colin-the-bear/cry-me-a-river-tenor

I've been experimenting busking the Baritone today. The tenor felt a little alto ish after that.

I've replaced the previous version I had on SC. I was very pleased with it at the time but things move on

Sounds really authentic Colin .....liked it. Re taking the Bari busking. It`s probably a good angle but the weight, transportation and security LOL. could be tricky. Still it`s the summer so "No time like the Present" eh?
 
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Colin the Bear

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It was heavy on the way there but heavier on the way back. I should have took up the penny whistle.
 

thesaxman71

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as Clivey says authentic sounding and that's some mega fast vib going on there, each to their own i guess, interesting, liking the piano style you were talking about.
 

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