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Old 06-10-2019, 09:24 AM
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Default We Just Disagree (cover of Dave Masons great song)



A friend of mine took some videos of our gig this past Sunday. Thanks Ron!
This is Part of Dave Masons great hit, "We Just Disagree"
I play and record the back up vocals, and rhythm for our practice and live gigs. Some of these great songs just don't sound right without the harmonies. All the harmonies are my voice.
I don't have a studio per-say. I record the rhythm and vocals on my Digitech JamMan loop pedal, then transfer to my Zen audio player which is about the size of a domino. It plays through a channel on my Fishman Artist Acoustic combo Amp then DI out to my EV power speakers. I know having canned voices aren't really doing it totally live, but I love harmony, so I add it when I can. I tried those harmony pedals before but they don't always do the parts I want to hear. Thanks for listening.
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Old 06-10-2019, 10:43 AM
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Sounds nice - one of my favorite all time tunes. Got to hear the man play it live back in '76!
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Great job on one of Dave Mason's best songs.

I got the thrill in the mid 90's of going out to dinner and then drinks with Dave, and a friend of mine who was helping Neil Young put together a label for older artists.

We picked him up at the Mansion Hotel in Dallas, and went to The Palm Restaurant downtown, where they treated him like the Rock Star he is. He was an really good guy, with great stories about playing with Hendrix, McCartney and pretty much all the greats of the 60's and early 70's. After dinner we went back for single malts and Cuban cigars at the bar, and ended the evening in my buddies Tahoe, listening to Dave's latest 3 songs on cassette.

It was my greatest "star" encounter, and I sat front row for him in Dallas a couple of months back at a small venue. He still has the voice and the chops.
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Nice version of a classic song. He is one of my favorites. Well done.
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This is one of two songs (the other being "Follow You, Follow Me" by Genesis) that formed the soundtrack of my lovely wife's and my courtship in 1978. If it comes on we just stop in our tracks. And you are right: it wouldn't be right without BGVs.

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Sounds nice - one of my favorite all time tunes. Got to hear the man play it live back in '76!
It is definitely a crowd pleaser. People love to sing along with this one.
I'm glad you liked it, Thank you for listening!
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Great job on one of Dave Mason's best songs.

I got the thrill in the mid 90's of going out to dinner and then drinks with Dave, and a friend of mine who was helping Neil Young put together a label for older artists.

We picked him up at the Mansion Hotel in Dallas, and went to The Palm Restaurant downtown, where they treated him like the Rock Star he is. He was an really good guy, with great stories about playing with Hendrix, McCartney and pretty much all the greats of the 60's and early 70's. After dinner we went back for single malts and Cuban cigars at the bar, and ended the evening in my buddies Tahoe, listening to Dave's latest 3 songs on cassette.

It was my greatest "star" encounter, and I sat front row for him in Dallas a couple of months back at a small venue. He still has the voice and the chops.
Wow! What a great experience that must have been. I'm this triggered a great memory for you. Songs and smells are a powerful thing!
Thank you for listening,
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Nice version of a classic song. He is one of my favorites. Well done.
Thank you. I guess this version is kind of a hybrid between Dave Masons and Billy Deans version. A great fun song to play!
Thank you for listening and your comments,
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This is one of two songs (the other being "Follow You, Follow Me" by Genesis) that formed the soundtrack of my lovely wife's and my courtship in 1978. If it comes on we just stop in our tracks. And you are right: it wouldn't be right without BGVs.

Bob
Hey Bob, I'm glad this song struck a good chord with you. These great old songs are amazing therapy sometimes.
Thank you for listening and commenting,
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Wow. That sounds fantastic folks!!! Wish i could sing...

Greetings, Jimmy
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Wow. That sounds fantastic folks!!! Wish i could sing...

Greetings, Jimmy
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Hey Jimmy,
Thank you for your exuberant comments.
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Nice groove there Vance, Dave would be pleased!
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Nice groove there Vance, Dave would be pleased!
Hey Bob, thank you for listening. I always try to do these old songs so they are a tribute to the great artist that brought them into our lives.
I appreciate your comments.
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Nice job on this Vance!

And great job on singing the harmony parts! Really sounds right on the way you're doing it! Well done!

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Nice job on this Vance!

And great job on singing the harmony parts! Really sounds right on the way you're doing it! Well done!

- Glenn
Hey Glenn,
Thank you. Harmony singing has always been a part of my musical life. This is a fun song to do. I think you would enjoy doing this.
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