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Old 05-11-2019, 07:55 PM
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Sappy old song from the late 70s recorded based solely on memory. I looked it up after I recorded, heard all my mistakes and decided I'm too lazy to retrack. Hope its ok.

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Let's try this again.

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Sounds really nice Sage97. If I recall correctly, John Sebastian did an Autoharp solo on the original.
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Great vocals. Outstanding job.

I'm listening to some of your other tunes on soundcloud..

Ok, who are you really?

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That is wonderful, Sage!
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Sounds really nice Sage97. If I recall correctly, John Sebastian did an Autoharp solo on the original.
Thanks Jim. You mean Welcome Back Kotter John Sebastian?
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Great vocals. Outstanding job.

I'm listening to some of your other tunes on soundcloud..

Ok, who are you really?

Thanks Barry. Just plain ol' Sage97 who's now wishing I should've done this in fingerstyle.
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That is wonderful, Sage!
Really appreciate it Bob.
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Very nice - I had kind of forgotten about that old tune until you brought it up!

I have lots of tunes that I do "solely on memory" and I think that's OK - it's your own take on it, and it turned out great.
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Terrific Job!!!
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Wow, Sage!

That was just terrific! Love your voice!

You still have the ability to use that lovely falsetto voice.

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Great version of a great song.
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Thanks Jim. You mean Welcome Back Kotter John Sebastian?
Right. The guy from The Lovin' Spoonful.

https://www.homespun.com/shop/produc...play-autoharp/
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Terrific Job!!!
Thank you rdamato!
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Wow, Sage!

That was just terrific! Love your voice!

You still have the ability to use that lovely falsetto voice.

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Thanks Glenn. The high notes are getting harder and harder to do as the years go by. Need to keep practicing.
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