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A big shout of THANKS to all who took the time to listen and comment; you are all too kind!

I either had to license this over at H. Fox or take it down; chose the latter.

t

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Tom . . . really love this, classic, with a beautiful sounding recording, some excellent singing and guitar playing. Did the original sound this good ? Not even going to check, since it's been 50 years of technology advances. Congrats for keeping the past alive into the future !

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tom

That wouldn't be the Recreation Park in Long Beach, CA would it?

Nice job on the cover. I like the guitar work and the extra expression you put in the vocals.

👍

-Bjorn

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@Jacques BoileauThank you, actually I bought Sunset & Lurssen when they first came out (March 2020).
At the time, I pulled this out of the "vault" and used it as a "vehicle" to test them out.

On 8/21/2021 at 8:28 PM, noynekker said:

Did the original sound this good ?

@noynekkerCertainly the performances were far better (Kossoff and Rodgers are two of my favorites).
the mix? I'm not going to "flatter" myself...

On 8/21/2021 at 8:28 PM, noynekker said:

Congrats for keeping the past alive

I started doing covers as soon as I installed Cakewalk Professional 3.0 in '94? maybe it was early '95.
As Ian Anderson said, I'm "Living in the Past".
Thanks for the kind words.

@bjornpdx

On 8/21/2021 at 10:24 PM, bjornpdx said:

Recreation Park in Long Beach, CA

Early 70's we played there all the time. I can't remember the name of the "promoter". His dad was a minister, and must have had some "pull"
in local government. He would stage a Golden Gate Park type concert on a fairly regular basis. As far as I know the city never denied
him a permit; thus my thinking his father had some pull.
Much appreciate the review.

@mark skinnerThanks so much, really means a lot 🙏.

@Bajan BlueI really am a fan, so I sure you know how much I appreciate your kind words.

@KurtSRodgers and Steve Marriott are at the top of my "Top Ten British Vocalists" list; Kossoff is one of the best.
Thanks for being supportive.

@GremThank You! "I would have thrown in some Ride Bell on that last chorus" I get it, I was focused on getting the toms right!

@freddy j "Rogers was quite a showman" Free opened for Blind Faith in '69. I thought "Who is this cocky little b-a-s-t-a-r-d?".
Free was the highlight of the night and I figured out those cocky Brits were.
Thank you so much for the kind words Freddy.

@hsmSunset Studios is a good one to be sure. Thanks for the listen and comments.

Thank you @Makke

@Jim FogleYou are much too kind, thank you.

Thank you @jack c.

t

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 Hey Tom , this was solid. Great job on the vocals and especially the guitars and bass. I loved the breakdown and lead break. I think you nailed it. No overuse of the verbs.   Great job ..   mark

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Hi tom

Great cover - loved the guitar playing and the vocals sounded excellent

I've always liked this track and I've played it often - Cool

Nigel

 

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Great tone on the lead!! This is one of my favorite songs of all time. Love it!!

Going for the second listen.

Now about the plugins:

I don't think you over did the Sunset!! Sounds sweet. And that Kosoff lead sound "and" feel you nailed. 

I would have thrown in some Ride Bell on that last chorus.... but then again... 😀

Sounds great t

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I remember the amount of airplay that this song used to get "back in the day".  Rogers was quite a showman and I loved this song.  And congratulations, on an absoflippinlutely great cover.  Great guitar playing and you really put some expression in the vocals.  Well done!!!

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6 hours ago, DeeringAmps said:

 

 

 

@bjornpdx

Early 70's we played there all the time. I can't remember the name of the "promoter". His dad was a minister, and must have had some "pull"
in local government. He would stage a Golden Gate Park type concert on a fairly regular basis. As far as I know the city never denied
him a permit; thus my thinking his father had some pull.
Much appreciate the review.

t

tom, I used to live near Recreation Park at that time.  So you were the guys making all that racket over there?  😊

-Bjorn

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Nice.  The mix "feels" appropriate for the genre in general and the song specifically.  Good job on the vocals too!

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On 8/21/2021 at 9:20 PM, DeeringAmps said:

I either had to license this over at H. Fox or take it down; chose the latter.

t

The biggest reason why I never do covers. 😁

John B

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On 8/21/2021 at 6:20 PM, DeeringAmps said:

I either had to license this over at H. Fox or take it down; chose the latter.

 

Dang that's lame👎

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