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    York Steve allready recorded this one this week.
    And he did it for another season... and during his 365 days uke challenge.
    I noticed, because two weeks ago, when we had to cover some of these 365 songs, I spend most week working on it without learning it.

    I picked it up again this week, and this how far I got. Could still use some work on the bridge and outro, but the week is about to end... And this song is the complete opposite of next weeks theme, so it's now or never.

    George Harrisons "Something" in Fred Sokolow arrangement:

    Ohana SK30M mahogany super-soprano, Cort UKEBWCOP Blackwood concert, Anuenue African Mahogany Tenor, Fluke Koa Tenor, Hora M1176 spruce Tenor

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    Last minute submission here. Thrilled to have Jon Duncan adding his magic as only he can on this Bob Dylan classic "Forever Young"


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    And that’s it folks. Season 362 is officially closed. Thanks to everyone who participated. A wrap post to follow.

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    Greetings and Thanks,

    I missed ALL the vids as my new job is so much more hectic than my old one. But many thanks to our host for the week and to all of you which I hope to be watching soon! I work for a German company, my boss is located in the Netherlands, and I am hoping to get some free trips out of this deal! Already have my first business trip coming in March to Savannah Georgia. I know it's beautiful down there!

    Thanks again for hosting...
    Ciao
    "There are purple trees, my other mind has seen. So many things this one has not, so many things this one forgot. They never existed or did they? My other mind would know". gsc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginas uke View Post
    Greetings and Thanks,

    I missed ALL the vids as my new job is so much more hectic than my old one. But many thanks to our host for the week and to all of you which I hope to be watching soon! I work for a German company, my boss is located in the Netherlands, and I am hoping to get some free trips out of this deal! Already have my first business trip coming in March to Savannah Georgia. I know it's beautiful down there!

    Thanks again for hosting...
    Ciao
    Best of luck with your new job, Gina!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turtledrum View Post
    Best of luck with your new job, Gina!
    Thanks a lot.
    "There are purple trees, my other mind has seen. So many things this one has not, so many things this one forgot. They never existed or did they? My other mind would know". gsc

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    Ok, time to wrap it up this season and sorry for the delay. Work and life in general has come in between me and the seasons over the last couple of weeks.

    We had 88 songs in total. A great mix of originals and covers and we heard songs from both the Traveling Wilburys as a group and from the members individually. I listened to all the songs and really enjoyed the week. You guys really excelled in season 362! Nice job so thanks to everyone who participated.

    You all did real brilliantly but there are a few people who I would like to give a special mention, in no particular order:

    Jp - you delivered the first song of the season and it was a stunning original. That really opened the ball.
    The Haberkorn family - Your version of the End of the Line was just super sweet. Great work from the girls.
    Del - Thanks for bringing your 90s synth version of My Sweet Lord (with a bit of uke so it was a pass)
    Kevin - Your version of Wildflowers was just such a good production. Beautiful vocals.
    Gina - Thanks for re-loading your vine infused version of Breakdown - Sometimes less is more and sometimes you just need a little glass.
    Bernie - Thanks for your wonderful and educational song about Wilbur Wright
    Everyone who took out the banjouke/banjolele. Thanks!

    To all the rest of you, too many to mention, I enjoyed every one of your songs.

    Now, there can only be one winner and I did say that there would be a price! And the price is:
    The Traveling Wilburys Collection on CD/DVD.

    And the winner is: Alan/UkeintheHeartofTexas - your songs this season were real good and you put in an amazing effort to also cover all the artists as well as delivering an original. There was also some good vocals work in your songs which I really liked. PM me your address and the discs will be on its way from Amazon.

    Once again, thanks to everyone who took part!!!
    Last edited by mep1; 02-10-2019 at 04:37 AM.

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    thank you so much for hosting! congrats to alan and all the shout-out-ees!
    lynda

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    Thanks for inviting us to travel with you and the Wilburys, Mads - really enjoyed the journey! Well done everyone - especially our deserving winner Alan!

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    Thanks for a great Season, Mads, and congrats to Alan and the "shout-outs"!
    "Don't walk in front of me .. I may not follow.
    Don't walk behind me ... I may not lead.
    Walk beside me ... just be my friend."
    Albert Camus

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