The Beatles - A Day In The Life, Radiohead - Let Down
Yesterday I was in a groove, so I decided to record a couple songs I've always wanted to do. I decided to do them both live with video. I think they both came out pretty nice.
A Day In The Life
Tell me what you think
One chord is fine.
Two you're pushing it.
Three and you're into jazz.
Yo I really like what your doing man. How long you been playing?
Keep it up. Both are good, but I really like the beatles cover.
Very cool, el.
I'm glad you bailed on going for some of those high notes on the Beatle cover. :mrgreen:
It's the rock that gives the stream its music . . . and the stream that gives the rock its roll.
enjoyed these very much
they were very impressive, well played and really well sung as well.
"I like to play that guitar. I have to stare at it while I'm playing it because I'm not very good at playing it."
Noel Gallagher (who took the words right out of my mouth)
I prefer The Beatles' cover. BTW it is not an easy song but you get perfectly those high notes with your voice. The Radiohead is also good.
Thanks for sharing.
Love the video effects too.. :wink:
I'm nowhere near Chicago. I've got six string, 8 fingers, two thumbs, it's dark 'cos I'm wearing sunglasses - Hit it!
Well done. I loved it. I really enjoyed how you made the song work to fit you and your style. Convincing vocals at an ocatave I have not heard from myself in 35 years. We're at opposite ends and I am jealous. :) Seriously, it's one thing to slow the song down a touch. It's quite another to do it convincingly and and to make the watcher think "he slowed the song down.......hey, this really works.) When you slow something, even a smidgen, you have to add back something. It has to have been worth slowing down. I think you did it.
Lots of good elements.
Sorry, I don't know the other song. I'm old. It seemed like it was done well though.
"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would forever drive perfectionist musicians crazy." - George Carlin