A favorite song from yesteryear

RFR

Well-known member
This is an old one, and I picked a live version.

The live version really shows off the talent this band has.

Ah, pre auto tune, pre Pro Tools, pre snap to a grid, pre Superior Drummer, etc.

Just good old fashioned well rehearsed musicians. 👍🏼

Much to be learned from this.

 

spantini

COO of me, inc.
... The live version really shows off the talent this band has.

Ah, pre auto tune, pre Pro Tools, pre snap to a grid, pre Superior Drummer, etc.

Just good old fashioned well rehearsed musicians. 👍🏼

Much to be learned from this.
.. and pre IEMs, I pre-sume :D
 

Orson

Well-known member
This was their big UK hit which is where they were from. One of those songs which was copied and played by every live band in clubs at that time.

 

RFR

Well-known member
This was their big UK hit which is where they were from. One of those songs which was copied and played by every live band in clubs at that time.

It’s funny but they hit almost instantly in the USA as well. For the longest time I had no idea they were a British import.

I liked their music. Still do, but watching the old videos is a bit funny to me.

Funny to my preteen daughter as well.

“Dad ! That’s the way you dressed back then???”

😂
 

spantini

COO of me, inc.
With songs like Couldn't Get It Right and I Love You, they can dress any way they want. There ought'ta be a law, just like OTA digital TV signals must be made available to the U.S. public free of charge, so should musicians and music like this be available on a good FM radio band. Yeah.. :spank::D
 
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