Posted by Tim-mater on Sunday, January 3, 2010
Pulling songs from other genres is difficult at times... For as much as Paul McCartney's "Yesterday" was hard for me to get as an instrumental, the Cheap Trick song "I want you to want me" was just as hard of a vocal arrangement. Our friend Banjo Shirl challenged us with the song since her group was going to give it a go as well.
We wanted to give the song a feeling that an old hound dog could sing along with it rather than really punch it and accelerate all the way through it (which was a huge temptation).
Anyway the song is on my wife's BHO page. Thanks for listening, and I am glad we finally found a timing and arrangement that spoke to us.
Monday, August 8, 2011 @6:44:02 AM
Great Song Tim ,You and your Dad was a big part in getting me Started on Banjo Jeff
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