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Thread: Here Comes the Night (Van Morrison and Them)

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    Default Here Comes the Night (Van Morrison and Them)



    A gem of a song from the mid-1960s, this one a hit for Van Morrison and Them. This one was a bit of a challenge with the change of tempo between the refrain and the verses.

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    In case anyone is interested in my UkeTracker page on the Mya Moe website:

    http://www.myamoeukuleles.com/uketra...ingNumber=1405

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    Love your stuff John. And this song is no exception. It has an emotional element to it that really grabbed my attention. Nice work brother.
    I wrote this same thing on your youtube page, just wanted to write it here too.

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    Thanks, Mike! I really appreciate it! One of my musical idols said if you can somehow convey the emotion of the song, the performance will be okay even if everything else is not up to par. I try to draw on the teen-aged angst that I used to feel.

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    Very well done, sir! Spent some time viewing your other videos on YouTube.........good stuff!

    "Knowin' where you're goin' is mostly knowin' where you have been....." B. McMaster

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    Right on John. That's the element I feel that I fall a little short on, the emotional element that is. I'm working on it though.

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    Thanks, Buc! I really appreciate it! Thanks again, Mike!

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