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    I'm resigned that I'm not going to find time to do a song myself for this Season. This is the song I wanted to do:

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    This cover of You Haven't Done Nothin' is impressive. (and funky!)

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    Since decades I love this song. Never ever thought to play it some day.
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    When I was twenty years old, I played drums for a few months in my sister's then-boyfriend's new band, Built to Spill. This song's from our album, Ultimate Alternative Wavers. The title and chorus lyrics are lifted from Philip K. Dick's novel Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said. And the verses' lyrics are mostly lifted from the Velvet Underground's "Oh! Sweet Nuthin." The last line of the song is original, though :P

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    a whole lotta nothin
    featuring Kev on the electric tenor
    thank you for this week Jim

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    Haven’t participated recently so therefore I’ve done nothing which means I should do something...right? I’ve actually done two nothings but the second one won’t get posted until tomorrow due to long download times.
    Hope you enjoy my cover of “Better Than Nothing” by Maria Mena.

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    Thank you, everybody! Season 363 has now ended. I have about 25% of the videos left to comment on (I got a little sidetracked yesterday by the Super Bowl).
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    It’s over but here’s another anyway (;

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    Fantastic season, Jim!

    And I really would have enjoyed your take on "You Haven't Done Nothing." Does the MEL have a clavinet setting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendulele View Post
    Fantastic season, Jim!

    And I really would have enjoyed your take on "You Haven't Done Nothing." Does the MEL have a clavinet setting?
    Sadly, no. ElectroHarmonix has 5 boxes to make classic keyboard sounds (Mellotron, electric pianos, 2 organ boxes, and synth) and none of them has a clavinet sound.
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