Have you ever seen the rain CCR basscover Bob Roha In memoriam my beloved wife, Tan Mei Hian (RIP)... Favorite of my wife, CCR Have you ever seen the Rain, the last time I don't post jazzFunk only pop and favorite of my wife (RIP)
Bob Roha - Bass
The Hague, The Netherlands
Revinylize Live at Dundee Tavern, roc, kin' the house with "Good Lovin'!" by the Young Rascals
Bryan Carter - Bass
Signum Temporis - All instruments
Awareness writing session
Atsushi Setoguchi - Drums
A Winter's Tale by Johnny may (David Essex cover) Lead vocal only
Johnny May Uk One Voice in Harmony - Drums and vocals
Autoharp: Green Door (Including lyrics and chords) Jan's challenge on UK Autoharps for July was "colours". I have uploaded this song accompanied on my guitar, but decided to give it a go on the autoharp for this challenge. Only four chords needed which for me are: F; F7; Bb; and C7. "Green Door" was written by Bob “Hutch” Davie and Marvin Moore. It was recorded by Jim Lowe in 1956 in USA, and by Frankie Vaughan in the UK and re-recorded by Shakin’ Stevens in 1981. I have based my interpretation on the Frankie Vaughan version which is the first one I remember hearing back in the days of "steam radio", or "wireless". :-)
Anthony Archibald - Autoharp
I Think You Know 2015. In 2015, I asked Robertas if he would play guitar on a song of mine, He said, "Sure!" This is a tribute and in memory of Robertas Salvenas. Rest in peace my dear brother.
Steve Pierce - Composer/musician
Klamath Falls, Oregon
TIGHT DRESS BLUES (original song, remix) A Blues encounter that inspired me to write probably the most intense song I've ever written..!
Clive Davies - Guitar and singer/songwriter music mentor skype sessions with clive email email@example.com
I Need You Hope you enjoy this new video for this song from deep in my archives. There has only ever been one prior recording of this song, recorded live onto cassette in 1985 and performed on an out-of-tune piano. This is track #7 on my newest album, Wind Designs, Vol. III and currently my second most popular on Spotify. Many thanks for over 4000 listens to songs from my new album on Spotify. With more time, I would have changed the words, but here is the song as originally contemplated when I wrote it in 1985. Music, lyrics, recording, video and all component videos copyright ©℗ 2019 Ted Poulsen and Ted Poulsen Productions, LLC. Today we fondly remember Robertas Slavenas, a good man and fine musician. Many prayers for he and his family. Thank you for stopping by
Ted Poulsen - Vocals/songwriter/ all instruments and production
West Des Moines, Iowa
Andrew William Hall - Various instuments
Liverpool, United Kingdom
A video from this gig for you to watch. Unfortunately the weather was not great, but the m... read moreood of the guests in the tent was really good! ;-) We also had our fun and are happy to be able to make a personal contribution for the children's cancer help with our appearance. Thanks for your likes and ratings! Visit us on our pages: https://cold-shot.webnode.com/ https://www.facebook.com/coldshot.austria greetings from Austria Cold shot
Hotty-Guitar - Guitar
Now the Leaves Are Falling Fast by British Composer Benjamin Britten. From his Song Cycle "On This Island"
Robert King - Vocals
Askprojekt - Moonrise 16.07.2019 ( Partielle Mondfinsternis)
Andreas Stock - Electronic production
Suzi Q C C R live HD720 m2 Basscover2 Bob Roha In memoriam my beloved wife, Tan Mei Hian (RIP)... Favorite of my wife, CCR Suzi Q, the last time I don't post jazzFunk only pop and favorite of my wife (RIP)
Bob Roha - Bass
The Hague, The Netherlands
Captured - Performed by Tom Adam Antonsen - 2019
Tom Adam Antonsen - Guitar/bass/engineering
This is my cover of a song called Sometimes When We Touch
John Wilson - Keyboard/vocals
Dan Q - I am
Out Here Somewhere
Bob Marley Jamming HD720 m2 basscover2 Bob Roha In memoriam of my wife(RIP) Forever loving Mey(RIP) Jamming, she is always fan of Bob Marley...She asked me always, why this Marley reggae the bassline and the song like a different song but it sounds really cool Reggae!!!...I said thaté the genius of Marley !!!
Acidjazz Bob - Bass
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
La Nonna - Circus
Lucas Soria Macovich - Drums
Eifelsounds - Chris Roberts Medley/Chris Roberts - Tyros 5 - live
Michael Baumgärtel - Keyboard
Road Rage - John Corsaro "Life's Rage"
John Corsaro - Drums
Summer Never Knew Winter - a pop instrumental. My favourite part is the final 8. I hope you enjoy this new tune of mine and that it adds some coolness or warmth to your day, whichever it is the you need. Cheers.
Brad - Songwriter/producer
At the Oasis
I Get So Excited (1968) - The Equals --- My Cover
Hans-Dieter Plönes - Vocals
Stolberg (Rheinland), Germany
Robertas Tribute Collab. /!\ WARN NO PROPS PLEASE /!\ Hello Friends, Here a special post dedicate to our friend who's gone recently. He send to me this song and ask me to play on. I'm so sorry Robertas to have waiting to do it ... I Hope you'll forgive my delay my friend and you'll like it from where you are. You'll miss me, us ... RIP my Friend. Franck. Blues Fever, Ever, For Ever ...
Franck Szypura - Guitar
Deed I Do in Chet Atkins style arranged by Dan Mitchell guitarist My version is different from most guitar arrangements because I change key and use the galloping guitar. "'Deed I Do" is a 1926 jazz standard composed by Fred Rose with lyrics by Walter Hirsch. It was introduced by vaudeville performer S. L. Stambaugh and popularized by Ben Bernie's recording. It was recorded by influential clarinetist and bandleader Benny Goodman as his debut recording in December 1926 with Ben Pollack and His Californians. Ruth Etting's rendition of the song became a top ten hit in 1927 as did the version by Johnny Marvin.
Dan Mitchell - Guitar
"Everyday", Vocal: Victoria Wlodarczyk, Music: Slade
Jerzy Wlodarczyk - Vocal
Ian How - You're My Number One - Cover - Acapella
Ian Michael Howick - Vocals
London, United Kingdom
The Girl with Red Hair. Dance! Dance! Dance! Like nobody's watching! Highest YT video resolution, please!
Wynn Schaible - Electronic production
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania
Shake The Tree by Marc Tucciarone
Tucci - Guitar
Blues After Hours in the style Pee Wee Crayton from the windy city of Chicago.
Aka Popa G - Electric and acoustic guitars
England, United Kingdom
stand by me (cover)
Martin Korinth - ...
Oleo | Sonny Rollins
Lee Vint - Piano
Kent, United Kingdom
Senri Kawaguchi: STRATUS - Rocking the Castle in France play Stratus from Billy Cobham
Amazing Drummer - Bass
Den Haag, the Netherlands
Haunted - Evanescence cover (MoonSun) www.moonsunband.com
HIGH COMMAND, WHOSOEVER WILL
Gerry Manus High Command - Guitar
The Song of the Butterfly [Hungary 2014] HD
Pablo Arellano Composer - Piano
Taffy's Game - Words And Music By Ian Haydn Cox. Song Copyright Registered © 2019 Ian Haydn Cox All Rights Reserved. Jazz. Images are of Wales.
Ian Cox - Vocals/guitar/piano and bass