the "and Company" makes all the difference
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Ha ha, love the jazz piano intro gets your feet tapping straight away. Vocal is cool as always. Nice track mate and like Baz said, sorry I am late to this one!
Thanks guys Ha ha, if you think these lyrics are saucy, wait 'til you see the video. A huge thanks to my pals Randy and Ray too, this fantasy wouldn't have been the same without them!
Sorry I'm late to the party Dave!! I missed a lot and it's my loss bud!! Loving that jazz piano popping in and out, that's without including everyone else's wicked solo's!! Rolling on that "Rug" and "Third time's a charm....hehehe!! Classic!! Baz
Made it here at last!!!
nice bit of blues I love the harp playing and the piano's honky tonk feel all sounding like you had a lot of fun recording this thumbs up Dave all very groovy
Randy don't drink; I may have had a beer or ten. I think he was texting his girlfriend while laying that drum track down...kids! Thanks for the listens, everyone. Video's just about ready; you'll get a peek at what was happening on the "back of my lids" lol
good fun song that rocks along with a live feel. drummer sounds like he might be drunk in some spots but apart from that a fun ride fellers. enjoyed it
Good job really enjoyed the tune with great playing going on.
Fab - I love it - great lyrics - good fun, Easy rate A;)
Can't remember the last time a "country" tune has caught this many ears here, lol. Slow week? Or do I need to invite a few more of my "chew tobacco, chew tobacco, chew tobacco - spit!" buddies over? Thanks again, everyone, you guys are the greatest :)
Hi David, The Open A sounds great, I love Ray's piano fills and harp is great, I really love this rolling, rollicking, fun sound!
Thanks guys! This experiment with open tuning turned out well, with Ray and Randy's help. The photo on my page give's an idea of what inspired it, hope to have the video together soon
Great honky tonk feel to this little gem. Nice job guys.
Ok...after 2 hours of headpnoning songs here today...Im bloody signing orf! BUT, this has gotta be my..."Song of the Week" Well done! k
This is impossibly and infectiously great fun! Loving that honky piano ...in fact everything about it! I await that video with goggling eyes....Gotta be my personal "Song of the week" for me :-) k
Woo~hoo, you got it! :)
Love it David!
very enjoyable and very fun, really your vocals on this. music is cool and perfect for this, bluesy swampy live band feel captured well.
good title interesting
if there was scores its a easy 10/10 from me.
I have no idea what Shannavision is - I even tried googling it and got nothing that seemed to make sense so I'm left listening to an old croner and a dude on a detuned piano LOL. OK there's Randy on drums too. This has evolved from a few weeks ago when I heard the early stuff (April 24th - just checked and it has evolved plenty and you have the vocal nailed except for maybe the addition of some compression). Yeah good work all round dudes. Thumzup.
Thanks guys! Yeah, this is a ridiculously fun tune to play, glad to take it on again. Video in the works! Keep an eye out....:)
Reminds me of my dads piano playing, he was right into honky tonk and boogie woogie. I might have to come up with something in that style myself :-) P.s thanks for sharing Interstellar with your friends, I was very chuffed! :-))
Fun to play on and fun to listen to, David. Well done.
Dave.. Watching you evolve as an artist is well a beautiful thing. I especially love these collaborations with Ray. Randy's got a no nonsense drumming style that works well w/this tune. Can't wait to hear what you cook up next...
Take care my friend
Ah yes, remember this one very well.
This is a great version David and thumbs up to all involved.
It's very well produced - crystal clear master and it shows how versatile your song writing is when you can have two interpretations of the same song that work equally well.
Still love that line "such a hoot or two"
Thanks for the mention - rated for sure !
The "and Company" indeed makes all the difference! I'm David Joel Carter, a songwriter from Tulsa, Oklahoma, pleased to meet ya! There's a solo piece or two of mine in here, but these are mostly collaborations with family and friends, local and around the world over the net. The "band" changes with almost every song, there's quite a bit of variety here, and some really amazing talent.
Jan. 4, 2016 - Major housecleaning going on; if there's a tune you recall but don't see anymore, and would like a copy, drop me a note, I've probably got it somewhere :)