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Bye Bye Love

Postby JohnT » 10 Jun 2018 15:55

Hi Everyone Seems ages since I did a post. This one has been recorded by many artists Ray Charles, Everley Brothers. The style is swing. Sounds supplied by JonD on the Tyros 5. It is just starting to rain in the North east so hope there is no dampness. Enjoy your listen. John


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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby Hugh-AR » 10 Jun 2018 18:06

Hi John,

Didn't recognise it at first as I was expecting you to come in with the main melody right from the start, but then I realised you were doing a sort of 'Intro'. Nice sounding trombone (?). Good choice of 'rhythm' for this piece too.

The Everly Brothers version came out in 1957 and I remember it well. Weren't those days exciting, when you waited each week to hear the top chart numbers, and their position in the charts was determined by record sales. Seemed more meaningful somehow than what we have today.



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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby Jon D » 10 Jun 2018 18:37

Hi there John,
Another very good oldie by the Everly Brothers you played it well I enjoyed listening keep them coming my very good friend. :D :D :D
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Hi there I have played from the age of 13 and all my music is played in a sort of dance tempo style.Have worked in nearly all the North East clubs over the years that give me a good grounding cheers.
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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby dragon » 10 Jun 2018 18:58

Most enjoyable. I echo what Hugh said about the trombonist. He's good. Damn good. .. Fred
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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby Brian007 » 10 Jun 2018 19:47

Hi John T.

That was a very nice version of that classic number, liked the voices and the style and well played young man.


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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby JohnT » 13 Jun 2018 19:33

HI Jon,Hugh,Fred,007 Thanks for your kind comments very much appreciated. Its always nice to hear from you. John
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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby George » 15 Jun 2018 19:11

Hi, John,

That's a classic oldie enjoyed it I play it a bit faster but a good arrangement.

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Re: Bye Bye Love

Postby JohnT » 16 Jun 2018 10:36

Hi George. Thanks for reply much appreciated. Will have to get my fingers moving. All the best. John
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