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    @Kibes37, a Zoom H2 for audio, a Canon Ixus for...

    @Kibes37, a Zoom H2 for audio, a Canon Ixus for video.
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    The End of the World

    Long time no video.
    Well, here is one.
    One of the best songs from the 1960s that the Beatles did not compose!
    Here's "The End of the World".

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTfnTASQzyw
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    Gallagher's Frolics

    From the late 19th century, here's Gallagher's Frolics, played on ukulele and harmonica. Our cat, Hermes, seemed to like it...

    https://youtu.be/B1oOpowq0FE
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    Wild Mountain Thyme

    Despite my christmas decoration this seems to be more of a summer song...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bU-aaa465vI
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    Kinda... We can hardly agree upon who's playing...

    Kinda... We can hardly agree upon who's playing which instrument!
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    New Princess Royal

    This song here has many different titles and is from the 18th century.
    It might have been composed by Turlough O’Carolan, but experts are not sure about it.

    I play here my usual instruments:
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    I run out of Beatles songs to cover, I've done so...

    I run out of Beatles songs to cover, I've done so many.
    Even published two audio albums with Beatles tracks for solo ukulele (see signature).
    However, here are some older versions I am pretty proud...
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    Down by the Sally Gardens

    This one is from the 19th century and called "Down by the Sally Gardens".
    Lyrics by William Butler Yeats.

    Instruments I play here:


    Schaepe Ukulele
    Yamaha Guitalele
    Kala UBass
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    The Town I Loved So Well

    My third song in three days.
    It seems noone here likes my Irish songs (no commets for the others so far), but this song is too good to stay unposted.


    https://youtu.be/0-F-fgLJQPA
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    Great version.

    Great version.
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    Old Rosin The Beau

    Only 200 years old, here's "Old Rosin The Beau" played on a Brüko 4:

    https://youtu.be/N2zQfr4juM0
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    Never Love Thee More

    Here's one an old tune from the 17th century called "Never Love Thee More":


    https://youtu.be/7cgBjsH3HS4
  13. Thread: Close To You

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    Close To You

    Something new by La Wolf.
    Ukulele/Ubass/Balalaika/Harmonica/Percussion, a fixed-image and a Bacharach/David composition:

    https://youtu.be/v2vVYXBxFVI
  14. Thread: Northern Exposure

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    Northern Exposure

    Here's my next harmonica piece, the theme from one of my fav TV shows, "Northern Exposure". You hear my new Hohner CX12 (Signature Edition Tollak - this is the guy who really played the harmonica...
  15. Thread: Summer Samba

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    Summer Samba

    Here's a small piece I put together yesterday evening. Still learning the harp!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC8bSnN2Epg
  16. Thread: Baker Street

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    Not sure what you mean with "Kit", but you can...

    Not sure what you mean with "Kit", but you can see the whole recording environment (minus keyboard and computer) in the picture above.
    Everything (except Laura's vocals, I don't know what she uses)...
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    Well, I can hear some mistakes and scruffy notes,...

    Well, I can hear some mistakes and scruffy notes, and too much breathing in the intro.
    I bet in a few months/years when my harp playing has improved a bit I want to re-record the harp here!
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    Baker Street

    I'm recording songs since I was 14, so my first recordings date back to 1978. And on none of these I used a harp (harmonica). This will change now! Here's me playing a Thomann Chromatic 40, plus my...
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    More (Theme from Mondo Cane)

    My coworker kept singing it, so I finally recorded it!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpAmFs4LmAk
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    Yes. I only play my own arrangements.

    Yes. I only play my own arrangements.
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    Lullaby of Birdland

    British pianist Sir George Shearing wrote about 300 songs. He used to say that 299 of his compositions enjoyed a bumpy ride from obscurity to oblivion. Here's the other one!

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    Mary Tyler Moore I did already: ...

    Mary Tyler Moore I did already:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-Vzu235yuU
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    The Streets of San Francisco

    Sometimes I hear a song and think that it is impossible to be played on a solo ukulele. This one belongs into this category, the original has way too much brass and wahwah in it to be covered! But...
  24. Thread: 2 TV themes

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    Yep, Lou Grant is it!

    Yep, Lou Grant is it!
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    No, Mike Post is wrong. Composer of the second...

    No, Mike Post is wrong. Composer of the second tune is Patrick Williams.
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