What song or songs do you play at a party?


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Rayblewit

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Depends on the age group . .
If it were baby boomers, I'd play "Time is Tight"
If it were older folk, I'd play "New York New York"
If Gen X or Millennials, I'd play "Love Shack" . . LOL

Problem is . . I cannot play piano left hand.
Just the right hand . . would sound pretty lame Eh!
 
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Ray you can play harmony with right hand whilst someone else does the vocal? Yes, I'll be happy to play accompaniment if Linda will sing for us?
 
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It would be “Khe Sanh” for sure, but only after I offered to play that old classic “I didn’t come here to work, now where’s the beer?”
Great song. Khe Sanh.
I happen to have the sheet music by chance.
Such an iconic Aussie Rocking ballad . . You got me wanting to learn it.
It's in Ab . . Bloody Hell! I have never before played Ab tunes. Such a tricky piece.
The weather today is crap. I will be stuck home so will give it a go.
Thanks for inspiring me to a real challenge Paul.
I will let you know my progress.
Cheers.
R
 
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Great song. Khe Sanh.
I happen to have the sheet music by chance.
Such an iconic Aussie Rocking ballad . . You got me wanting to learn it.
It's in Ab . . Bloody Hell! I have never before played Ab tunes. Such a tricky piece.
The weather today is crap. I will be stuck home so will give it a go.
Thanks for inspiring me to a real challenge Paul.
I will let you know my progress.
Cheers.
R
The original is actually in G I think? I play it in G anyway. That might make it easier for you.
 

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