the "and Company" makes all the difference
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Morning - Miles Apart mix
Wish I hadnt read Ricky's review first as now I`m hearing Lou Reed lol but hey no bad thing he was a cool dude.
Naturally I`m listening to the keys supporting this and I`m just a little envious this man knows how to play. Many many hours of practising blues scales paying off for sure
You really do bring the best muso`s togther David its quite wonderful
Very Lou reed ! Didn't get a folk vibe I got a strong jazz vibe tho and some dirsty blues :) Quality jazz keys :) This guy sure knows how to tickle them. Quality playing :) Peace, Ricky
Thanks all! This still makes me smile every time I hear it...and Terry, in this case "bacon and eggs" is a verb, grammer be damned! Not you, grandma..."grammer", put your hearing aid back in....
Good fun track, sounds like you guys were having a great time. Rated, Gibbo
Couldn´t resist a listen to this version David as your lyrics make me smile. Wouldn´t say no to a bit of bacon and eggs right now! Some nice guitar work and keys in this too. Pleased I called in...
yeah...has an old "saloon" vibe in the intro...just gotta love it...what a band you assembled for Miles Apart! Enjoyed the "boys" coming in to join the chorus at 2:39 or so...great ending! FUN! "She's bacon and eggs t'me..." what a line.
Great whimsical tune, David!
Enjoyed my listen to another of your lost but found tracks :)
Really nice ragtag sound! Really like the guitars and those distinctive vocals set it off nicely! Truly one of the unique sounds around...wow oh those are some nice keys thrown around in this mix with a super classy lead. Really nice!
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 in the UK. The "band" changes with almost every song, there's quite a bit of variety here, and some really amazing talent. Too many to mention, as I'd fear I would leave someone out, but one fellow I really must mention is the guy I go to on a regular basis for most of the lead guitar heard on these songs, Michael Round (mykyndryd).
Also gotta give a big shout-out to my wife Yvonne Carter, who not only puts up with having to listen to me work these tunes over and over, she's been known to jump in and add her charming vocals to a few of them.