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Old 01-26-2020, 12:29 AM
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I didn't know this tune.
It's a perfect rendition of arramgement.

You've a delicious voice inside the tune.

Velvet. Voce vellutata we say in italian.
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Old 01-26-2020, 12:31 AM
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Great job. Thanks for posting.
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Old 01-26-2020, 12:36 AM
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I didn't know this tune.
It's a perfect rendition of arrangement.

You've a delicious voice inside the tune.

Velvet. Voce vellutata we say in italian.
Thank you so very much Acousticland!

I am so very pleased that you felt this came out well! How generous of you to be so kind in your comments! Voce vellutata! What a wonderful complement. Thank you so much!

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I like it Glenn but I think it sounds more like a “Byrds” song done this way than Petty. Petty definitely was influenced by them so it’s understandable.
The background harmonies and the folk/country flavor come through.
That’s a good thing because I’m a huge Byrd’s fan.
Hey Glenn, I listened to the Springsteen original on You Tube at 3/4 speed.
Love it at that tempo. Try it.
I’m going to incorporate it into our set list with harmonica fills by my playing partner
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Hey Glenn, I listened to the Springsteen original on You Tube at 3/4 speed.
Love it at that tempo. Try it.
I’m going to incorporate it into our set list with harmonica fills by my playing partner
Hi Rokdog,

I did try it at 0.75 x normal speed. It works, though for me, I think I like the original tempo better.

But, hey, whatever works for you is good! How interesting that you are going to include this in your setlist. That's great that you discovered something new to try.

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Yes, thanks.
We do “Tougher than the rest” as well.

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Great job. Thanks for posting.
Hi Billy!

Thank you! I appreciate your watching and your taking time to comment! Glad you like this!

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Yes, thanks.
We do “Tougher than the rest” as well.

Cool! Good song! That's a new one for me. I need to do my Bruce homework; there are a lot of his songs that I am not familiar with.

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Hey Glenn, I listened to the Springsteen original on You Tube at 3/4 speed.
Love it at that tempo. Try it.
I’m going to incorporate it into our set list with harmonica fills by my playing partner
Oh really....?
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Another great one, Glenn! Fun to hear you do a couple of Springsteen tunes. Very enjoyable
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Another great one, Glenn! Fun to hear you do a couple of Springsteen tunes. Very enjoyable
Thank you Larry!

Thanks for listening... I'm glad you thought this came out okay! I very much appreciate hearing from you! I hope all is well for you, Larry!

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Great stuff Glenn!
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Great stuff Glenn!
Thank you Barry!

Very nice of you to comment! Glad you thought this was okay! I hope all is well for you!

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