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  1. If you can find a way to go back in time - Archer Street. You only needed to own an Instrument to get work on just about any musical situation. If you are not aware of the Archer Street history, the link below is a good read. https://www.muhistory.com/from-the-archive-4-archer-street-london/
  2. Yeah, good stuff... I thought the Clive Chin story about Peter Tosh, in the New York Court, was funny.
  3. One of my favourite musicians, Dave Grusin, was a master of the Rhodes. There are dozens of tunes with Dave playing Rhodes but, it's a good time to dig out Friends & Strangers... Even a (young) Marcus Fretless solo for good measure!!
  4. Yeah, always hits the spot for me.
  5. Thank you for the write up. A good read. 👍
  6. I suppose with over 2.5 million YouTube subscribers and solid teaching commitments, he might be a tad too busy to come on here and engage with BB5 regarding his "Pet hate"...
  7. Five out of loads... Hold The Line - Toto Don't Leave Me This Way - Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes Are You Ready for Love - Elton John Wake Up Everybody - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Bette Davies Eyes - Kim Karnes
  8. Spitfire Audio now use their own sample VSTi player for their newer libraries. This is free and quite often they give away free patches for the player. There's now a decent amount of patches available for the Labs player. Most defiantly worth checking out and quite a diverse offering as well. https://www.spitfireaudio.com/labs/
  9. I'm with you on that and always switch stations when his ridiculous, horrible vibrato assaults my ears. 🤕
  10. A truly fantastic Piano performance from George Duke...
  11. 1974 - I was Seventeen when the 'Back To Oakland' (TOP) album came out, I went straight out and bought a copy. Still one of my favourite albums to this day. Rocco's Bass playing just blew me away at the time (as did the terrific arrangements).
  12. Yeah, he is a terrific musician. He really has a great feel for music and certainly has done the rounds over the years. That OP video has a really clean mix. I think that backing singer, Tambourine playing lady is, Lindsay Dracass. Back in the early 2000's, at age 16, she was the UK entry for the Eurovision Song Contest.....(and she didn't come last ).
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