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RE: [yamaha-psr-songs] 'You've Got Your Troubles'

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  • Chris Bell
    Hi Will Another good one from the Stewart Stable. As you say, maybe a little longer than I would have played it. But I do tend to go for too short rather
    Message 1 of 7 , Oct 1, 2003
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      Hi Will
       
      Another good one from the Stewart Stable.
      As you say, maybe a little longer than I would have played it. But I do tend to go for "too short" rather than "too long", for safety.
       
      Good, authentic use of brass and I loved the counter melody later on (true to the original).
      Might I suggest maybe a change of key later in the song ?
       
      Good to hear this one again Will, thanks.
       
      And now ... so sorry to hear about your problems with the 2k. Hope you can get a quick repair, but from what I've heard elsewhere, you may be in for a bit of a wait !
      Please let us know how things are progressing.
       
      Cheers
      Chris
       
      -----Original Message-----
      From: wstewart888@... [mailto:wstewart888@...]
      Sent: 01 October 2003 00:01
      To: yamaha-psr-songs@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [yamaha-psr-songs] 'You've Got Your Troubles'

      Hi Guys

      Back to the sixties for my latest upload.
      A Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway composition, two of the most prolific of song writers in the UK in the sixties and seventies. This song was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic for The Fortunes in 1965.
      Here's my version of 'You've Got Your Troubles' recorded on the 2000 using the internal 60's 8Beat style. Played a verse and chorus too many so hope its not too long.
      As the song says ... "You've got your troubles, I've got mine" ... very ominous, looks like I have some troubles. Was just going to make a few small edits to the panning and other effects when my 2000 began hissing and crackling accompanied by an electrical burning smell and the loss of my display. After switching off and letting it sit for a while I tried again and am able to play the keyboard but as soon as I try to load something from floppy disk it seems to struggle and the display flashes and goes blank. Could this be a faulty floppy drive?
      Looks like the keyboard might be off the road for a while.
      Will leave it overnight and try again tomorrow.
      If anyone can offer any suggestions or advice other than the address of a good Yamaha serviceman in Scotland it would be appreciated.

      Have uploaded the song anyway without the final edits, might be the last for a while!


                         Will

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    • Simon Williams
      Wow, plenty of life in this one! Nice intro, very good combination of voices and nice punchy brass counter melody too. The electric guitar also put a very
      Message 2 of 7 , Oct 1, 2003
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        Wow, plenty of life in this one!  Nice intro, very good combination of voices and nice punchy brass counter melody too. The electric guitar also put a very nice touch to the backing, good arrangement and lots of interesting melodies and harmony to enjoy throughout the song. You certainly know how to make that 2000 sing Will, hope you get it fixed soon!  P.S. the plucky guitar harmony towards the end was very nice too, though the stratocaster effects were my favourite. I am also pleased to hear a track that is not drowned in reverb, the “dry” sound adds a lot more presence to the arrangement.

         

        I notice you often avoid ending songs Will, and fade them out?  Any reason?

         

        Excellent arrangement !

         

        Regards

        Simon

         

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        Subject: [yamaha-psr-songs] 'You've Got Your Troubles'

         

        Hi Guys

        Back to the sixties for my latest upload.
        A Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway composition, two of the most prolific of song writers in the
        UK in the sixties and seventies. This song was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic for The Fortunes in 1965.
        Here's my version of 'You've Got Your Troubles' recorded on the 2000 using the internal 60's 8Beat style. Played a verse and chorus too many so hope its not too long.
        As the song says ... "You've got your troubles, I've got mine" ... very ominous, looks like I have some troubles. Was just going to make a few small edits to the panning and other effects when my 2000 began hissing and crackling accompanied by an electrical burning smell and the loss of my display. After switching off and letting it sit for a while I tried again and am able to play the keyboard but as soon as I try to load something from floppy disk it seems to struggle and the display flashes and goes blank. Could this be a faulty floppy drive?
        Looks like the keyboard might be off the road for a while.
        Will leave it overnight and try again tomorrow.
        If anyone can offer any suggestions or advice other than the address of a good Yamaha serviceman in
        Scotland it would be appreciated.

        Have uploaded the song anyway without the final edits, might be the last for a while!


                           Will

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      • Jaap en Ilze
        Hoi William, It s amazing how that atmosfere of the original is in your rendition. Incredibly good!!! I do hope that you got any further with the psr
        Message 3 of 7 , Oct 3, 2003
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          Hoi William,
           
          It's amazing how that atmosfere of the original is in your rendition. Incredibly good!!!
           
          I do hope that you got any further with the psr problems...
           
          Groeten, Jaap.
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          Van: wstewart888@... [mailto:wstewart888@...]
          Verzonden: woensdag 1 oktober 2003 1:01
          Aan: yamaha-psr-songs@yahoogroups.com
          Onderwerp: [yamaha-psr-songs] 'You've Got Your Troubles'

          Hi Guys

          Back to the sixties for my latest upload.
          A Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway composition, two of the most prolific of song writers in the UK in the sixties and seventies. This song was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic for The Fortunes in 1965.
          Here's my version of 'You've Got Your Troubles' recorded on the 2000 using the internal 60's 8Beat style. Played a verse and chorus too many so hope its not too long.
          As the song says ... "You've got your troubles, I've got mine" ... very ominous, looks like I have some troubles. Was just going to make a few small edits to the panning and other effects when my 2000 began hissing and crackling accompanied by an electrical burning smell and the loss of my display. After switching off and letting it sit for a while I tried again and am able to play the keyboard but as soon as I try to load something from floppy disk it seems to struggle and the display flashes and goes blank. Could this be a faulty floppy drive?
          Looks like the keyboard might be off the road for a while.
          Will leave it overnight and try again tomorrow.
          If anyone can offer any suggestions or advice other than the address of a good Yamaha serviceman in Scotland it would be appreciated.

          Have uploaded the song anyway without the final edits, might be the last for a while!


                             Will

          ¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø




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        • wstewart888@aol.com
          Just a quick thank you to Ann, Bob, Cherie, Chris, Jaap, Mike and Simon for the messages and tips on my faulty keyboard and for the comments and criticisms on
          Message 4 of 7 , Oct 3, 2003
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            Just a quick thank you to Ann, Bob, Cherie, Chris, Jaap, Mike and Simon for the messages and tips on my faulty keyboard and for the comments and criticisms on my recent songs. Much appreciated guys and gals.
            My 2000 is still out of action but hope to have it checked out tomorrow and with any luck be back in business soon.

            Kindest regards to all

                               Will

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            In a message dated 03/10/03 13:59:56 GMT Daylight Time, ivandevelde@... writes:



            Hoi William,

            It's amazing how that atmosfere of the original is in your rendition. Incredibly good!!!

            I do hope that you got any further with the psr problems...

            Groeten, Jaap.

            -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
            Van: wstewart888@... [mailto:wstewart888@...]
            Verzonden: woensdag 1 oktober 2003 1:01
            Aan: yamaha-psr-songs@yahoogroups.com
            Onderwerp: [yamaha-psr-songs] 'You've Got Your Troubles'


            Hi Guys

            Back to the sixties for my latest upload.
            A Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway composition, two of the most prolific of song writers in the UK in the sixties and seventies. This song was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic for The Fortunes in 1965.
            Here's my version of 'You've Got Your Troubles' recorded on the 2000 using the internal 60's 8Beat style. Played a verse and chorus too many so hope its not too long.
            As the song says ... "You've got your troubles, I've got mine" ... very ominous, looks like I have some troubles. Was just going to make a few small edits to the panning and other effects when my 2000 began hissing and crackling accompanied by an electrical burning smell and the loss of my display. After switching off and letting it sit for a while I tried again and am able to play the keyboard but as soon as I try to load something from floppy disk it seems to struggle and the display flashes and goes blank. Could this be a faulty floppy drive?
            Looks like the keyboard might be off the road for a while.
            Will leave it overnight and try again tomorrow.
            If anyone can offer any suggestions or advice other than the address of a good Yamaha serviceman in Scotland it would be appreciated.

            Have uploaded the song anyway without the final edits, might be the last for a while!


                               Will

            ¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø





          • pibarey@juno.com
            Like always Willi, . . . Another great and fantastic rendition by you. Lovely arrangements, excelent voices, and superb interpretation on this 60 s song. I m
            Message 5 of 7 , Oct 3, 2003
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              Like always Willi, . . .
              Another great and fantastic rendition by you.
              Lovely arrangements, excelent voices, and superb interpretation on this 60's song.
              I'm feel very sorry about the trouble with your keyboard, but I think the problem you have is that you play with too much enthusiam and feelings my dear friend ; that's the problem. You put all your soul and sentiments on any of your renditions.
              I wish I can help you to solve that problem, but I can't, but Bob gave you a nice sugestion, . . . what about the Batteries?, . . .
              Anyhow, I know you'll find the problem with it and you'll fix it so that will give us the oportunity and the pleasure to still listening your FABULOUS and MAGNIFICENT Music.
              Julio.-
               
              On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 19:01:28 EDT wstewart888@... writes:
              Hi Guys

              Back to the sixties for my latest upload.
              A Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway composition, two of the most prolific of song writers in the UK in the sixties and seventies. This song was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic for The Fortunes in 1965.
              Here's my version of 'You've Got Your Troubles' recorded on the 2000 using the internal 60's 8Beat style. Played a verse and chorus too many so hope its not too long.
              As the song says ... "You've got your troubles, I've got mine" ... very ominous, looks like I have some troubles. Was just going to make a few small edits to the panning and other effects when my 2000 began hissing and crackling accompanied by an electrical burning smell and the loss of my display. After switching off and letting it sit for a while I tried again and am able to play the keyboard but as soon as I try to load something from floppy disk it seems to struggle and the display flashes and goes blank. Could this be a faulty floppy drive?
              Looks like the keyboard might be off the road for a while.
              Will leave it overnight and try again tomorrow.
              If anyone can offer any suggestions or advice other than the address of a good Yamaha serviceman in Scotland it would be appreciated.

              Have uploaded the song anyway without the final edits, might be the last for a while!


                                 Will

              ¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø¤º°`°º¤ø




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              Julio.
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