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    Another fine performance, gents. The refrain reminds me quite a bit of My Creole Belle!
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelly View Post
    Another fine performance, gents. The refrain reminds me quite a bit of My Creole Belle!
    Or Red Wing? Which in turn seemed to take something from Swedish gånglåts.
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    Or Red Wing? ...
    Pretty much, and the 'B' part is RW. (Which probably came from some drinking song. A little peppy for a gånglåt, but, sure, who knows where these things come from... "Hey ho, it's off to work we go..." )
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    Lovely ensemble work here once again. The singers blend so well together and the backing on guitar and mandolin is strong but unobtrusive.
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    Oh yea, diptanshu, that was lovely, and in a pretty place as well. I love the sound of that Gibson.

    May I ask where the mic or mics are placed? It seems like even when you turn your head, the response is even.

    Thanks for the Friday treat!

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    Really nice. Well played, sung, recorded...and I agree with bbcee, you and that Gibson sound great together
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    hey, had to do this as a cheat video. (I usually never do it) I mean I recorded the song in my hotel room at night with one zoom H6n that I carried for my trip, and monitored that sound and played and sung it once again for the video! I had also recorded a take on location but that was unusable! was drowned by ambient sound mostly bird calls and very loud insects!

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    I guessed that you were maybe doing a video using pre-recorded soundtrack, Diptanshu, and no problem at all with that. We have all used this technique at times to get a better sound for our listeners. Lovely blend of mando and voice here and a change from your usual band videos.
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    Ha, you think I would have figured that out, after 40 years of music videos! Regardless, it's a good tool, and you've used it well.

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    Great singing and playing on one of John Hartford's best songs.
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    thank YOU! its my all time favourite... and I love singing it to myself!

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    Another fine offering, and like your last one, good use of the pre-recorded tracks and really fine synchronisation with the video. Sound balance of vocals and instruments is really good and I liked the panned opening and closing shots. A very professional creation. Diptanshu.
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    this one is recorded LIVE on the spot! with an additional vocal layer later added, only because it needed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelly View Post
    Another fine offering, and like your last one, good use of the pre-recorded tracks and really fine synchronisation with the video. Sound balance of vocals and instruments is really good and I liked the panned opening and closing shots. A very professional creation. Diptanshu.
    Thank you John. this one is recorded LIVE on the spot! with an additional vocal layer later added, only because it needed it.

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    Always enjoy your videos. Keep posting them. So cool!
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