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ABOUT: I would imagine that anyone growing up during the time that The Beatles were recording would be influenced by the music. It's not a stretch to want to take a piece of that and make it your own. So up front I offer a somewhat tongue in cheek apology to the lads, and am at last offering my interpretation of this song.
I had been looking for an excuse to post my 9 minute variations on "Girl" track, so I decided to throw caution to the wind and create a CD called THREE COVERS PLUS ONE ... three Beatle songs (Let It Be, Girl, Cry Baby, Cry) plus one of my own (Jump Up). Well, technology advanced and there is really no longer much need to burn a physical CD (sorry, Disc Makers). I won't even tell you how many years this has been brewing, but here it is at last! I hope you will enjoy. If you do, please consider leaving a tip! If you don't, please let me know.
INSTRUMENT VOICING: Piano, Muted Guitar, Sticky Rhodes, Fretless Bass, Accordian, and Jazz Drums.
HARDWARE/SOFTWARE:Roland JV-35, Performa 6400 Mac, my friend MasterTracks Pro, a DBX gate, an Aphex Aurel Exciter, Tascam board, BIAS Peak software, M-Audio SOLO firewire interface and Garage Band to get the track out of MasterTracks, iTunes to convert it from AIFF to MP3. And Dreamweaver and Photoshop CS2 to build this page. Track photo is by Don LaVange. Many thanks to all those whose hard work on these items made it possible for me to share this with you.
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