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Old 11-19-2019, 01:50 PM
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Default "LOVE" Vintage J45 and a Gretsch 6120T '55 VS

Here is a song that originally wrote a few months ago while demo-ing the Trance Amulet pickup system in my Nowland guitar. But I first recorded it direct with the pickup, something I would never do in a proper recording. So a few nights ago I went to my studio and re-recorded it with my old J45 and then added my Gretsch guitar for some electric fills to double the acoustic slide and also a solo and fills throughout.








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Old 11-19-2019, 06:48 PM
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Dude, I liked it a lot. Good song.
Very Neil Young and that’s a good thing.
Send me the lyrics and the chord chart?.
I’d love to perform it live with your permission of course.
Being in a duet, we could arrange it with a harmonica or a mandolin.
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Old 11-19-2019, 07:32 PM
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Dude, I liked it a lot. Good song.
Very Neil Young and thatís a good thing.
Send me the lyrics and the chord chart?.
Iíd love to perform it live with your permission of course.
Being in a duet, we could arrange it with a harmonica or a mandolin.
Knock yourself out but give me the credit.

Here's my notes from recording (well I forgot to write that I hit a G sus4 after the G chords)


LOVE / daniel weldon 2019

do do do do do, do do do do do
won't you help me baby, I'm fallin
in love ove ove
with you ooh ooh
with you

I never thought it
could happen to me
I thought that love had passed me by

ooooh you came up walking
into my life
you brought that meaning
with your smile

do do do do do, do do do do do
won't you help me baby, I'm fallin
in love ove ove
with you ooh ooh
with you

you'd never hurt me
the way you hold my heart
we'll never ever be apart

do do do do do, do do do do do
won't you help me baby, I'm fallin
in love ove ove
with you ooh ooh
with you (ooohs Bb -F)

ooooh ooooh ooooh


Intro
C Dm G Bb F C Csus4 C

Verse 1
F C Am Bb F G C Csus4 C

Verse 2
F C Am Bb F G C Csus4 C

Chorus
C Dm G Bb F C Csus4 C

Solo
F C Am Bb F G C Csus4 C

Verse 3
F C Am Bb F G C Csus4 C

Chorus
C Dm G Bb F C Csus4 C

Bridge
Bb F C
Bb F C

Chorus outro
C Dm G Bb F C Csus4 C
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Old 11-19-2019, 08:07 PM
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Thanks
If I learn it well enough to perform it I will definitely give you the credit.
I’m going to give it a try. I plan on trying it a couple of ways. I’ll put my take on it but it will be right in line with the original.

I’ll let you know.
Jamie

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It’s the kind of song I would expect to hear on a soundtrack from a movie BTW.
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:10 PM
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Thanks
If I learn it well enough to perform it I will definitely give you the credit.
Iím going to give it a try. I plan on trying it a couple of ways. Iíll put my take on it but it will be right in line with the original.

Iíll let you know.
Jamie

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Itís the kind of song I would expect to hear on a soundtrack from a movie BTW.
Well good luck, have fun learning it.
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Old 11-21-2019, 11:43 AM
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Thanks
If I learn it well enough to perform it I will definitely give you the credit.
Iím going to give it a try. I plan on trying it a couple of ways. Iíll put my take on it but it will be right in line with the original.

Iíll let you know.
Jamie

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Itís the kind of song I would expect to hear on a soundtrack from a movie BTW.
Well have you got it down???
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Old 11-21-2019, 12:22 PM
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Well have you got it down???
Pretty much.
It isnít too tough. Still trying to figure out how I want to do the vocal.
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So, I changed the key to E (Capo) and I’m singing in it like a country ballad in my natural vocal range.
If we do it live, probably go with the harmonica for accompaniment.
It sounds different but it’s still the same melody.
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So, I changed the key to E (Capo) and Iím singing in it like a country ballad in my natural vocal range.
If we do it live, probably go with the harmonica for accompaniment.
It sounds different but itís still the same melody.
got to make it your own!
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Old 11-22-2019, 01:45 PM
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I like your original version better.
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Old 11-27-2019, 07:43 PM
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Nice job on this Daniel! It's always fun to hear your recordings!

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Old 11-28-2019, 09:38 PM
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Nice job on this Daniel! It's always fun to hear your recordings!

- Glenn
Thanks for taking the time to listen Glenn. Like a barrel of monkeys fun?
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