This one just came to me so I thought what the heck,so here it is.Eric33.
I think I will play this one at The Local British Legion tonight.
With a couple of others.
I have tried to post this once,but I must have slipped up somewhere.
This is a song called "Those were the Days" I have picked this one because it is a tune that people will sing to when I go out playing.I am playing it on my Hering Deluxe Chromatic Harmonica in the key of "A " on a "C" Chromatic.
Hi all, here's on for the Diatonic Set.You don't need to use the slide,however there are a couple of places where I do use it but don,t have to.I often do this. Evause it gives you the same note. Max Bygraves sang this one I Charley Girl.
HelloSimon and welcome to a nice bunch of chaps who will help you in anyway they can. I am solely Chromatic,and if you need any help in that respect,I will do my best to answer your interest.Bear in mind that I am not a teacher and I play. By ear. Keep puffing Eric33.
I.was going to enter this on the Alphabet Challenge because I thought it was called Follow The Van,but apparently not.I believe that there is an introduction to it but I am not familia with it.This is the main just of the song that most people know.Eric.
Here is one of I believe made popular by Stan Kenton and his Orchestra.
It is called "The Peanut Vendah" I am playing it as I remember it,which may not be correct,but I think it is pretty close.Eric33.
It was first introduced in the Rodgers and Hammerstein Musical "The Boys From Syracuse" and it has been sung by Tony Bennet,Frank Sinatra And even The Supremes.
I don't know who was responsible for Ferryboat Inn,it's just a catchy tune to play,
Together with Row,Row,Row and Baby Face in a Medley. You should try it sometime.Eric.