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    Default Nothing Left To Lose

    This is a song from my fav album by the Alan Parsons Project, 1980's "The Turn Of A Friendly Card".

    And actually my version features some of the original material from that song.

    We have here
    • The Alan Parsons Project on: EPiano, Bass, all background vocals

    • WS64 on: Lead vocal, two ukuleles, a little percussion, and for the first time on any of my recordings, a melodica (Alan Parsons used an accordion for the solo)


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    Nice Work WS. Care to explain a bit about the process of how you were able to create this studio session with the Alan Parsons Project?

    Nice melodica solo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator View Post
    Care to explain a bit about the process of how you were able to create this studio session with the Alan Parsons Project?
    On the the new remasterd version of Turn Of A Friendly Card are some bonus tracks. One of them is the backing track (bass/epiano/and later when the song merges into Snake Eyes and other songs also drums, I did not use that part) of this song, and another bonus track which had the background vocals.
    I just had to mix these two together again and add my parts, very easy!

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