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« Reply #3980 on: March 16, 2016, 11:40:13 AM »

This is the good luck page, all who post here on this 200th page will experience great wisdom and wealth.
I can use some of that. 
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« Reply #3981 on: March 16, 2016, 11:50:50 AM »

This is the good luck page, all who post here on this 200th page will experience great wisdom and wealth.
:donutThis group has given me good information, not sure if I have converted to wisdom yet.
And even a single Larrivee would make one wealthy.
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« Reply #3982 on: March 16, 2016, 01:49:59 PM »

Congrats Bob on turning the 200 page.You now have the job with me in keeping this thread off of page two and standing guard from it ever ending.

 


Thanks for the offer.....   we'll have to discuss benefits and perks....  it's going to take a lot to get me to come out of retirement....   bigrin   

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« Reply #3983 on: March 16, 2016, 01:51:57 PM »

This is the good luck page, all who post here on this 200th page will experience great wisdom and wealth.

I will happily take some of that!!!   
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« Reply #3984 on: March 17, 2016, 01:18:18 AM »

Ok, 200 pages.  What's the new goal?

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To reach page 201.  Let's not aim too high (to avoid disappointment).

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« Reply #3985 on: March 17, 2016, 03:06:55 PM »


So I was driving home from work today, I guess at the time it was few minutes past 5, and I heard this really cool song on the local college radio station. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the song or any of the lyrics, or even the basic chord structure, tho it was stupidly similar to the I-IV-V we hear all the time on our old favorite tunes that we want to write a song "just like that" but any of our humble efforts fall far short.
I doubt any of you were listening to it at the time, via radio, or internet broadcast, but if you were, you know exactly the tune I am talking about. And if not, it doesn't matter, cause all the I-IV-V songs are all pretty much similar. Probably 50 tunes like it were playing on various radio stations all over the country at the same time. And probably 50 million people were smiling and now wishing they could remember that tune as well.
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Ha!  Have you ever watched the Pachelbel Rant video on YouTube?  My friend and I joke about the common chord structure thing a lot.  Time to learn a new song for worship team at church, and someone asks how it goes....uh, I-IV-V-vi, like all the others!   
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« Reply #3986 on: March 17, 2016, 04:44:09 PM »


So I was driving home from work today, I guess at the time it was few minutes past 5, and I heard this really cool song on the local college radio station. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the song or any of the lyrics, or even the basic chord structure, tho it was stupidly similar to the I-IV-V we hear all the time on our old favorite tunes that we want to write a song "just like that" but any of our humble efforts fall far short.
I doubt any of you were listening to it at the time, via radio, or internet broadcast, but if you were, you know exactly the tune I am talking about. And if not, it doesn't matter, cause all the I-IV-V songs are all pretty much similar. Probably 50 tunes like it were playing on various radio stations all over the country at the same time. And probably 50 million people were smiling and now wishing they could remember that tune as well.
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What ?     You mean there is another one other than I-IV-V ?  Next you will be telling me that the  down-up-down-up  strum pattern  is not the only one. 
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« Reply #3987 on: March 17, 2016, 04:56:08 PM »

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Ha!  Have you ever watched the Pachelbel Rant video on YouTube?  My friend and I joke about the common chord structure thing a lot.  Time to learn a new song for worship team at church, and someone asks how it goes....uh, I-IV-V-vi, like all the others!   

Precisely why I like to listen to progressive/alternative rock. The composers tend to purposely avoid that. Although the genre is certainly not immune from cliches.

That should end this thread. A prog rock discussion.   bigrin
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« Reply #3988 on: March 17, 2016, 05:35:25 PM »

Precisely why I like to listen to progressive/alternative rock. The composers tend to purposely avoid that. Although the genre is certainly not immune from cliches.
That should end this thread. A prog rock discussion.   bigrin

The simple 3 chord genre, is most perfectly illustrated by any song you are hearing for the very first time, yet your 5 year old is singing along with the refrain by the second verse.
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« Reply #3989 on: March 17, 2016, 06:32:14 PM »


The simple 3 chord genre, is most perfectly illustrated by any song you are hearing for the very first time, yet your 5 year old is singing along with the refrain by the second verse.
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You know, sometimes I just use two chords when I am feeling a little adventurous
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« Reply #3990 on: March 17, 2016, 07:03:33 PM »

Having been a soul,funk,R+B player sometimes its just one chord!
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« Reply #3991 on: March 17, 2016, 07:20:24 PM »

                                                                            "In Search of the Lost Chord"
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« Reply #3992 on: March 17, 2016, 09:43:58 PM »

CONGRATS! Happy 200 post! What a thread!

And congrats Dan 
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« Reply #3993 on: March 17, 2016, 10:29:43 PM »

I'm not a thread ender but I've sure be a thread extender a time or two.
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« Reply #3994 on: March 17, 2016, 10:35:15 PM »

Good job everyone - you quickly blew through page 200 and landed on 201.

Now what? 


My friend and I joke about the common chord structure thing a lot.  Time to learn a new song for worship team at church, and someone asks how it goes....uh, I-IV-V-vi, like all the others!   


This is SO true! I'm wondering when this phase of worship songs will die out (hello, Chris Tomlin, please, give it a rest!), and people will get creative again. Of course, I like lots of the "new hymns" by people like Stuart Townend, and quirky stuff that most churches won't even consider, by people like Cathy Burton and Julie Miller...

"The Light of the World" by Cathy Burton (Find Stuart Townend in this video...)

"River Where Mercy Flows" by Julie Miller

 


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« Reply #3995 on: March 18, 2016, 02:51:06 AM »

CONGRATS! Happy 200 post! What a thread!

And congrats Dan 
Well thanks, but what for
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« Reply #3996 on: March 18, 2016, 03:49:06 AM »

Good job everyone - you quickly blew through page 200 and landed on 201.

Now what? 

This is SO true! I'm wondering when this phase of worship songs will die out (hello, Chris Tomlin, please, give it a rest!), and people will get creative again. Of course, I like lots of the "new hymns" by people like Stuart Townend, and quirky stuff that most churches won't even consider, by people like Cathy Burton and Julie Miller...

LOL @ the Chris Tomlin comment!  Townend and Getty do a lot of great stuff for sure.  (Must comment that the guy who sold me my LSV-11 apparently works for the Gettys). Fernando Ortega has some very interesting arrangements.  As does Jadon Lavik.



 



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« Reply #3997 on: March 20, 2016, 07:31:33 PM »

Mod's, please lock this thread, it has gotten way off topic.
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« Reply #3998 on: March 20, 2016, 09:18:53 PM »

Mod's, please lock this thread, it has gotten way off topic.

I've tried..  it refuses to be locked...   blush
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« Reply #3999 on: March 20, 2016, 09:46:35 PM »

I've tried..  it refuses to be locked...   blush

A fruitless plea.....  there is no lock AND the door has been removed so all may come and go as they please....   
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