Caryindy wrote:. . . I’ve been recording a cover of Siberian Khatru. http://www.artistcollaboration.com/~caryindy/s-clip.wma I got the bass part of Siberian from a guy on Chris Squire’s site and I built the song around his clip. It’s been fun remembering all the parts. Although I know the keyboard parts, I generally don’t practice and can’t see myself playing the Harpsichord solo in real time. I was hoping to come across a keyboard player that has recording capabilities who would be interested in doing the key parts.
Where are located? I'm trying to get some musicians in the Boston area together to play some Yes tunes, and I've heard from a singer, a drummer, and several bass players, but no keyboardists.
Are you, by any chance, in or around Boston?
Let me know.
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I've been trying for years to fined a Yes tribute project to play in here in the Dallas TX, Area. HARD! VARY HARD! I hate to toot my own horn but, I play vary aqurate YES drums...Any album. especialy Fragile, close to the edge and Tales from topographic oceans. I'm pretty good at Relayer too but not quite like the others....My voice is a good emmulation of Anderson too(hint hint). If anyone would like me to do the drums on there recordings it would be no problem. I would be honerd! I'm hip on FTP and can easly swop tracks via Messanger. Anyway, my email address is [email="email@example.com"]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email] I love you people!
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