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Pete Thomas

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Finally. (I started this a couple of years ago)

 
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Fraser Jarvis

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Wow, I'd forgotten what a nice player you are...nice video as well BTW..
 
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Chris98

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Who's the dodgy geezer under the bridge in Southampton, err um, Harlem?

I love this tune, it was one of the first I really got hooked on, and I still play the somewhat simplified version from an old Guest Spot book. Wish I could get it to sound this sleazy though, I guess that comes from the player;}

All the best,

Chris
 
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Wonderful arrangement, exquisite playing, stunning photographs. Your passion for the song and the style is communicated to the viewer and is quite contagious. Thanks for sharing this Pete. It made my day.
 
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Definately worth the wait. Describes the period and late night New York with just the music, but the video adds to the wonderful experience.
 
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Chris

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I think we all tend to forget just how good a player you are Pete. Great playing and great video.

Chris..
 
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Pete- was Tony Moon (who I believe we're both acquainted with) involved in the video?
 
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Superb :)
 
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Pete Thomas

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Pete- was Tony Moon (who I believe we're both acquainted with) involved in the video?

Oh yes, I totally forgot to credit him for the under the bridge graffiti shots, which are out takes from another video. I'll have to add a credit to it.

Thanks all for thew kind words.
 
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Pete Thomas

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BTW, prizes for anyone who spots the deliberate mistake.
 
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Fraser Jarvis

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The only thing I noticed was in one part you were playing a Rampone, in the next shot you were playing something else....or could it have been the picture of the three musos, but one was from a different era?
 

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Must be the sequence for volumes 1, 3 and 2 in the advert being in the wrong order...?
 

Pete Thomas

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The only thing I noticed was in one part you were playing a Rampone, in the next shot you were playing something else....or could it have been the picture of the three musos, but one was from a different era?

No that isn't a mistake, it's Hollywood!

On the track I am actually playing a Conn 10M, martin Comm III and a MKVI. On the video I am playing a Martin (Graffiti shots) and the Rampone (studio shots) , but this is not a mistake, artistic licence innit.
 

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Is it where you raise the lowest note of the melody in bar 7 of part A by 1/2 step? This is the first thing that caught my ear by surprise.
 

Mike

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Well, as in the comics, I'm not into looking for Rigby. But I did enjoy the whole process.
Excellent package, Pete. Very entertaining!
 

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Loved it. Dunno about the deliberate mistake.
 

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