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Default Buttons and Bows Boogie - 22-02-2009, 10:58 AM

Hi Folks, Here's one I recorded by ear yesterday, and using one of Eileens Boogie style, here's my version Buttons and Bows...Pam




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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 23-02-2009, 11:09 AM

Hi Pam
Nice upbeat version, the midi played through the T2 sounds better than the MP3, I reckon a trad jazz version of this would be great. Well played Pam
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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 23-02-2009, 04:02 PM

YEAH lets boogie tonight good one Pam

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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 23-02-2009, 07:10 PM

Thank you so much Spike and Romeo for the kind words, much appreciated...Pam
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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 24-02-2009, 01:35 PM

Hello Pam
Not really my cuppa but it was enjoyable all the same and you played it very well
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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 25-02-2009, 12:22 PM

Thank you Ewan for the Comments...Pam
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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 09-03-2009, 10:45 PM

Hi Pam,

Anything with boogie in the title gets my vote.

I'm a real sucker for that old style boogie piano. The T3 has some nice sounding pianos.

Well played Pam, right up my street this.

How does the keyboard feel, compared to the T2? Lighter/heavier?

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Default Re: Buttons and Bows Boogie - 10-03-2009, 11:08 AM

Thanks Paul, I appreciate ou taking the time to listen and comment, and the Tyros3 feels exactly the same as Tyros2, I dont regret buying it though,it has some lovely organ sounds on it, and those sliders come in handy for altering the organ voices and also the volume,the screen is not motorised, it is a tft screen, which can be viewed from any angle...Pam
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