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Default Fancy a Rhumba - 24-01-2009, 10:00 AM

Hi Friends, Using one of Eileen Lowry's Rhumba styles, here's an original I recorded, hope you like it...Pam




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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 24-01-2009, 10:22 AM

Hi Pam
Yep I could probably fancy one with this - nice song for either dancing or just listening.
Good well balanced composition, well done!
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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 25-01-2009, 10:31 AM

Thanks for the comments Spike, glad you liked it, Isn't it quiet lately?, where is everybody?...Pam
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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 26-01-2009, 06:13 PM

Hi Pam

Enjoyed this. Lot's of variation along the way. I can just imagine Al Martino singing along to this.

Reminds me a little of La Paloma, which my Mum made me play nearly every day, or I didn't get fed!

Nice to hear something so laid back.

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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 27-01-2009, 11:39 AM

Thanks Paul for the listen and pleased you liked it, I had exactly the same upbringing, every day after school for an hour,hated it but i'm forever grateful now...Pam
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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 27-01-2009, 12:27 PM

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every day after school for an hour, hated it but i'm forever grateful now
Me too.

All my mates were outside playing, and I had to practice my scales and stuff!

I couldn't bring myself to do it with my own kids, but wish I had now as all 3 of them want to learn keyboard since they've grown up, and I just don't have the time to teach them all.

This conversation reminds me of an embarrassing musical moment. I'll start a new thread to see if anyone else has any similar stories.

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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 01-02-2009, 08:04 AM

its a Pamsong again Pam how do you do it every timethanks for sharing

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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 20-11-2009, 11:53 PM

Pam:

This is another one.... I "might" understand, if the topic were on a 3rd or 4th page ... but all of the ones I'm finding, are right there, on the first page...

Not good ....
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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 21-11-2009, 09:17 AM

Hi Tim
The midis of all these songs where the Mp3 link has disappeared are still there, you can download the midi onto a memory stick and play it with your T3 and it will sound better than the Mp3
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Default Re: Fancy a Rhumba - 24-11-2009, 11:36 PM

Hello, Spike:

The Internet is about "speed". I highly doubt the average Joe going through this forum, who is not yet a member, is going to take the time to transfer to memory stick ... Just my opinion.

IF you post a link, if by all means, that link should either be alive OR the post should be updated to remove the link.

It REALLY makes the site look bad. I don't care what Pam says OR any other forum she's a member of. It just makes THIS site look bad. Especially when the forum is available to folks "considering".

When you have a forum that is open to the public, posting links should really be for "them" and strictly for those who are members...

It just doesn't make sense. The thought process is silly to remove files that are 3 months or older.

On another forum, I help with photography. The examples I post, I don't remove because people come across them and look.

This site is no different. Anybody who suggests "remove your files after three months" on a site that is open for the public to view, is silly and is sabatoging (sp) their own efforts to help the site build in membership.

that's just my two cents ... once again.
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