Various Artists Tribute Thread

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Various Artists Tribute Thread

Postby Browncoat » Mon Jan 24, 2005 11:03 pm

Another tribute thread, but this time for anyone who isn't Patty Griffin. This thread was originally started by the lovely Waffles, on PattyGriffin.net

There's no database for this one, so you'll have to catch up over there...

Enjoy!
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Re: Various Artists Tribute Thread

Postby gillian » Mon Jan 24, 2005 11:30 pm

Sweet wrote:There's no database for this one, so you'll have to catch up over there...


Or... add your links here too.
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Postby marybeth » Tue Jan 25, 2005 1:46 am

Well I have only one contribution to this, so its easy for me to add my link.

http://www.marybethonline.net/jealousy-02.mp3
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Postby penguin » Tue Jan 25, 2005 10:02 am

My most recent submission:

Shotgun Down the Avalanche
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Postby ang » Tue Jan 25, 2005 11:30 am

My only submission so far to this thread is:

I Still Miss Someone.

I may have another in the works soon.
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Postby 62rvs » Tue Jan 25, 2005 1:25 pm

ANybody remember 'The Beautiful South'?

I really liked that band back in the early 90's.
Here's a song by them that I recorded a few months ago.
I wasn't sure if I should post it for fear that it kind of drags on and on and on and...

But then again, why the hell not.

You must copy the link and paste in the URL

www.angelfire.com/fang/smitwah/SailThis ... -62rvs.MP3

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She 'dirties' up real good, eh?

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Postby gillian » Tue Jan 25, 2005 2:01 pm

Here are the two songs I had over on the old thread:

http://www.pattybase.net/music/California-gillian.mp3 (Joni Mitchell)

http://www.pattybase.net/music/Sometime ... illian.mp3 (Jewel)
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Postby MWM » Tue Jan 25, 2005 8:17 pm

Penguin, Angela, and Gillian, I've told you how much I liked these recordings, but I will tell you again that all four of them are really well done.

Marybeth, I almost bought a Lori McKenna CD the other day, but I decided against it because I hadn't really heard any of her music. This is a beautiful song, and I think I may have to go get that CD now.

Smit, I don't think I've ever heard of The Beautiful South, but I really like the song. It sounds very 50's doo-wop-ish though to me, so I am surprised it's from the 90's. It's a really good song for your voice ("aloo-oo-oone," that's my favorite part), and your guitar playing sounds great as well.

Here are two new contributions from me. I've been recording a lot lately, experimenting with multi-track recordings and such and I couldn't decide what to post. I asked Gillian and she wanted me to post an Aimee Mann song, but I liked a Radiohead song, so I just decided to post both. The Aimee Mann song is "High on Sunday 51" from her Lost in Space album (my favorite one of hers, and the Radiohead song is "How I Made My Millions. I don't know that much about Radiohead and I've only liked a couple of the songs by them I've listened to, but I think this is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard.


http://www.pattybase.net/music/HighOnSunday51-MWM.mp3


http://www.pattybase.net/music/HowIMade ... ns-MWM.mp3


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Postby marybeth » Wed Jan 26, 2005 5:05 am

High on Sunday;
I am so dumb....I was thinking, how I really LOVE this High on Sunday song even though I didn't particularly like radiohead. :oops: Then I discover its the Aimee Mann song. Anyway, I love this song; it gives me chills. I love the dark feeling to the song. I think the harmonies add alot to your music too Matt. Great job! AND I think you would like Lori McKenna, who by the way also put a song from radiohead on one of her CDs. Which CD of hers were you going to buy?

How I Made My Millions: This one is too sloooooow for me somehow. But you know me, I like stuff with an upbeat pace, not too morose in tempo. The harmonies are beautiful, though....does radiohead do it that way too?

This Ship Alone: Smit this sounds SO familiar but I've never heard of the band. I agree with Matt, it sounds distinctly fifties like and fits wonderfully with your clear voice. I wouldn't say that it drags at all. Nice!
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Postby 62rvs » Wed Jan 26, 2005 10:45 am

Two more-oh from Mat Morrow

Captivating as always Matt.

I liked the Aimee man song a bit better than Radiohead
...except I can't get the radiohead tune ouf my head.

High On Sunday - I don't know what Aimee sounds like singing this
But you put a powerful HURT on your version.
Your vocals just ACHE. ( thats a compliment by the way )
You always seem to create such an intense mood with your songs.
Nothing seems out of place - everything is exactly how it should be.
Mucho Talento Mr. Morrow!
That line..."Let me be your heroin"... perfect song for your 'tortured vocal'.

How I Made Millions - By the title I would imagine this being a bit ...um...happier.
I mean, if I made millions...I would write a song that had the lyrics
"Zim-Boom-Taratta!" somewhere in it, for cryin out loud!
Seriously, I loved the harmonies. They gave the chorus just enough 'oomph' to make it sparkle.
And I am a HUGE fan of your piano mastery...um, wizardry...okay, I think you play piano real pretty.

Very Nice stuff Mang!


-Smit

oops, forgot to thank you guys for the nice cimpliments on 'Sail This Ship...'.
Apologize for some of the flat notes here and there - I get lazy.
it does have somewhat of a 50's sound...
It was either post that or "Chantilly Lace"...
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Postby cinnamoons » Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:07 am

Wow... very very nice!

And Smit... yeah I remember 'The Beautiful South'! great sense of humor and great melodies!

So much talent on this board already... you got me cowering in a corner trying to remember how to play a C chord! :wink:

Most of the songs I already knew from pg.net but I want to say it again... Good job, guys!

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Postby marybeth » Mon Jan 31, 2005 3:21 pm

Carla, we'd love to have you join us! Go ahead and post something if you want--the more the merrier!
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Postby cinnamoons » Tue Feb 01, 2005 3:08 pm

I have no recording equipment at all. My guitar is gathering dust right now from lack of time to practice and all I have are a few recordings from 6 years ago done 'live' with one mike directly to tape that sound dreadful and that my sis and I handed out as Xmas presents to a few friends...

one of these days, you never know... in the meantime, I'll just sit back and enjoy your posts :D

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Postby marybeth » Tue Feb 01, 2005 3:15 pm

hey that's how I started out. Next thing I knew I had given out like 300 euros for a computer recording system. :lol:
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Postby Kris » Wed Feb 02, 2005 10:57 am

Here are my links from the other board:

Little Duck by Kathleen Edwards

www.angelfire.com/folk/krispycheks/little_duck_mp3.mp3

Half and Acre by Hem

www.angelfire.com/folk/krispycheks/acremp3.mp3

Remember to cut and paste!

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