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  1. Thought someone might like these. New to me, but some of you may have heard these. Zeppish/Beatlesque stuff from 90s Both of these are versions of the Jason Bonham band. Motherland (1994) was the name they used for the Bonham band after they replaced Daniel MacMaster (who sang on the song "Wait for You") Then in 1997 he formed "The Jason Bonham Band" with Chas West on vox. I have heard that name before, associated with Red Dragon Cartel (Jake E Lee) but I dont think he sang on the album with Jake. Also I remember that he was the singer for some of the "Bonzo Bash" concerts. But I never heard him on an album Chas West is a beast! Distorts a lot like Jay Buchanan of the Rival Sons love it Zeppelin/Steve Wonder vibe Strong Beatles feel (IMO)
  2. Please leave a comment below if u are interested in getting ur track mastered for only $5!
  3. Not really sure where to post this but I wanted to pay respects to Scott Weiland. He passed away, today, Friday 12-04-2015, at the age of 48. He was found "unresponsive" in an RV in Minnesota. Many suspect that his substance abuse problems, which have been no secret and even cost him his job as singer for Velvet Revolver, may have contributed to or even been the cause of his passing. I had read the memoirs of Scott Weiland earlier this year and even in his thoughts, he had a sense of poetry. He is, of course, known mostly for having been the singer for Stone Temple Pilots. Later, for Velvet Revolver, and lately, was on tour with a band that he put together. Whatever it turns out to be, I am not here to judge. We all have had struggles to overcome and we don't always make the right decisions. But, when possible, do what you can to take care of yourself.
  4. So, You Want To Be A Singer? by Diva Joan Cartwright CHAPTER 6 - REPERTOIRE Having a list handy of all the songs you sing in alphabetical order with a column for the key in which you sing each song can be invaluable when you meet musicians. If you are that organized, then you can probably fill the bill as a singer. Keep adding to the list as time goes by, until you've filled up two sides of the page. Try to include the composer of each song. Example: 1. A CHILD IS BORN C Thad Jones 2. A FOGGY DAY G Gershwin 3. A NEW WAY OF SINGING THE BLUES F J. Cartwright 4. AFRO BLUE Cm Coltrane 5. AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' Eb Fats Waller Versatility is a plus. It always helps to know songs in more than one genre. It may be necessary to have more than one list or categories, if you sing in two or more genres, for instance you may separate songs by: Jazz Blues Gospel Rock R&B Latin/Samba/Bossa Broadway Country Pop or Top 40 Hip Hop Reggae Contemporary Another way of categorizing songs is by composer or artist: Anita Baker Antonio Carlos Jobim Aretha Franklin Beatles Billy Joel Billie Holiday Cole Porter Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald Randy Crawford Stevie Wonder Whitney Houston Always have a list of your original songs, as well. That way people understand that you are a songwriter. Have a few copies of your songs in case other musicians want to play, sing or record them. In time, you will be respected as a songwriter and people will begin to request your songs, before they request songs of other artists. Buy this book at http://stores.lulu.com/divajc See all of Joan Cartwright's Books View full articles
  5. So, You Want To Be A Singer? by Diva Joan Cartwright CHAPTER 6 - REPERTOIRE Having a list handy of all the songs you sing in alphabetical order with a column for the key in which you sing each song can be invaluable when you meet musicians. If you are that organized, then you can probably fill the bill as a singer. Keep adding to the list as time goes by, until you've filled up two sides of the page. Try to include the composer of each song. Example: 1. A CHILD IS BORN C Thad Jones 2. A FOGGY DAY G Gershwin 3. A NEW WAY OF SINGING THE BLUES F J. Cartwright 4. AFRO BLUE Cm Coltrane 5. AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' Eb Fats Waller Versatility is a plus. It always helps to know songs in more than one genre. It may be necessary to have more than one list or categories, if you sing in two or more genres, for instance you may separate songs by: Jazz Blues Gospel Rock R&B Latin/Samba/Bossa Broadway Country Pop or Top 40 Hip Hop Reggae Contemporary Another way of categorizing songs is by composer or artist: Anita Baker Antonio Carlos Jobim Aretha Franklin Beatles Billy Joel Billie Holiday Cole Porter Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald Randy Crawford Stevie Wonder Whitney Houston Always have a list of your original songs, as well. That way people understand that you are a songwriter. Have a few copies of your songs in case other musicians want to play, sing or record them. In time, you will be respected as a songwriter and people will begin to request your songs, before they request songs of other artists. Buy this book at http://stores.lulu.com/divajc See all of Joan Cartwright's Books