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    Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    This is the final version.

    Derek made some changes to the lead guitar and I remixed the 54 other tracks so the levels would be what I wanted for the song with the new lead.



    http://www.box.net/shared/udsfl046vt

    Lead guitar by Derek...aka Buckshead.


    Everything else; drums, bass guitar, guitar power chords, synths, organ and orchestra was done by me.
    Last edited by Hippie; 03-02-2009 at 09:51 PM. Reason: Final Version
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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    Good job, Mr. Aram! I like it. Impressive and dramatic.

    Your intro goes on and on too long for my personal taste, but that's just me.

    Thanks for posting your fine music.

    Regards,
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    Thank you Sir Larry.

    Depending on which track I put infront of this one I might cut the intro in half. The track I have there now makes the intro work but if I change it I will be doing some editing. LOL
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    A very exciting introduction before the long awaited guitar solo by Buckshead joins in!

    The gong is just at the right place. the length of the intro is just right!

    Great feeling in the rendering! Great job, Hippie and Buckshead!!!

    You are ready for Hollywood guys! This could fit in a movie like "Beowulf."

    BTW, which brand of beer are you drinking? And for God's sake, don't cut anything now! Somebody can cut the length of somebody's song instead, lol!


    Fred

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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    Thanks Fred.

    Right now I'm drinkin some cheap Miller High Life.


    Maybe it's time to switch to Bourbon.
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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    Quote Originally Posted by Hippie View Post
    Thanks Fred.

    Right now I'm drinkin some cheap Miller High Life.


    Maybe it's time to switch to Bourbon.
    Sounds interesting, "Miller" ...? I will try to find that on the beer shelf
    today, lol!

    Here is the beer I drink! (German: "Löwenbräu" English: Lion's brew")

    Funny how the girl's dress has the same colours as the Swedish flag!

    Fred

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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrik View Post
    Sounds interesting, "Miller" ...? I will try to find that on the beer shelf today, lol!


    Fred
    Come over here.......... I can show right where it's at. LOL





    LOL
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    Cool Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    found something here, is that you at the ranch?


    I will visit you next time I fly to the States, maybe next year when my wife is going to finish a course in California. Is it far from there to your place?


    Fred

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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    OK NOw we're really talking! Buckshead did the lead for you hmmm? Nice work!--both of you guys!

    I was sipping wine while I listened - not to be the outcast at your party, but wine seems to be suiting me better in my mellowing years. Trust me, Many a brewski was drained by me in previous decades, and if someone hands me a particularly tart dark ale or something of the sort, I'll still partake.

    It's been great hearing the genesis of this piece, Hippie - Thanks for letting us in on its development. It's now Moody Blues on Steroids, if you can dig that.

    Randy

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    Re: Forever Never More by Aram J. (Hippie) Cartozian

    Quote Originally Posted by rbowser- View Post
    OK NOw we're really talking! Buckshead did the lead for you hmmm? Nice work!--both of you guys!

    I was sipping wine while I listened - not to be the outcast at your party, but wine seems to be suiting me better in my mellowing years. Trust me, Many a brewski was drained by me in previous decades, and if someone hands me a particularly tart dark ale or something of the sort, I'll still partake.

    It's been great hearing the genesis of this piece, Hippie - Thanks for letting us in on its development. It's now Moody Blues on Steroids, if you can dig that.

    Randy
    Thanks Randy.

    I can dig that. What he laid down kicks @#*. There is also a ghosted lead in the intro and the ending that follows the synth that he did. He has done 2 leads for me now and if he wants, the rest are his.
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