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Discussion in 'Band Management [BG]' started by SmokinJoe992, Mar 8, 2019.
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION....That is if anyone can sing any of it
Depending on the average generation in the house…
Procol Harum: Shine on Brightly and Whiter Shade of Pale.
Gates of Delirium.
R&R? How bout Little Richard?
Ramblin Gamblin Man would be cool.
Have A Cigar
Love Me Two Times
So, we all want to know what your keyboardist is bringing to the party???
Both great tunes. Walk with Keys would be interesting.
He does piano, organ and synth all at a good level. Another great thing about him is he is also a bass player, so he is very aware of how the bass and keys work together.
Hush is one of the songs we have started on. Great Tune.
Can't sing it. Wouldn't even try.
We have been working on Right Place Wrong Time already. I think it would go over pretty well.
I have done Don't Change before, and love that song.
That makes things a lot easier! Depending on his rig (and how much y'all are sticklers for authenticity), there's always the possibility of him covering horn, woodwind, and string parts, too: the flute intro to "Can't You See", the strings in "Comfortably Numb", brass hits in "Play That Funky Music". Little things that get lost in a traditional 3 or 4-pc.
We do it and it gets the heads boppin' and bootys shakin'
How about the Joe Cocker (Leon Russell?) version of "Feelin' Alright"?
Add some originals
Have him dial up a string patch and do "Here I Go Again" by Whitesnake. Straight piano on "Sister Christian".