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Title: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 05, 2018, 04:27:39 PM
Young Collins is of course a very well known Morris tune but I am intrigued about mentions of the 'minor' version.

Before I reach for the dot-writing software does anyone have any pointers about key sigs and dots please ? My 'boxes' are D/G but I can also use C/G Anglo or English Concertinas.

Thanks and Regards

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: JD on November 05, 2018, 05:21:39 PM
There is a version of Young Collins works in B minor (I think) on the G row of a D/G melodeon. It's the version that Roger Watson played on the LP "English Melodeon Players". Southdown Morris danced to it.
But, a quick look through Handbook of Morris Dancing hasn't found the music. It isn't the Bledington, Longborough or Oddington versions.

Maybe that will jog somebody's memory or I can try to transcribe if it doesn't turn up.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 05, 2018, 05:40:30 PM
There is a version of Young Collins works in B minor (I think) on the G row of a D/G melodeon. It's the version that Roger Watson played on the LP "English Melodeon Players". Southdown Morris danced to it.
But, a quick look through Handbook of Morris Dancing hasn't found the music. It isn't the Bledington, Longborough or Oddington versions.

Maybe that will jog somebody's memory or I can try to transcribe if it doesn't turn up.

Is this the one you have in mind?

X: 1
T:Young Collins, Bledington 2
Q:120
M:2/2
L:1/8
A:Bledington
P:A(AB)4
K:BPhr
P:A
|:BBde g2e2|f2a2 d3f|g2g2 a2gf|e2d2 B4:|
P:B
|:A2G2 ABc2|d2d2 B3d|e2d2 efg2|a2a2 g4 |
  BBde g2e2|f2a2 d3f|g2g2 a2gf|e2d2 B4:|

It's in the the Phrygian mode of B (ie 1#).
From the Morris Ring collection.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 05, 2018, 08:28:18 PM
Thank you both for responding so quickly.

A quick play through (on our piano !!) seems very promising but I would like to to compare with the only three audio recordings I can find so far. Brian Peters 'sample' from Anglophilia, Clive Williams on YouTube, and another on here whose name escapes me for the moment but played very sensitively)

The chording is a bit beyond me at the moment but it is at least do-able on a D/G which must be a clue.

Cheers,

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 05, 2018, 08:45:33 PM
Yes, that is indeed the one, brilliant, thank you again.

 ....and the player whose name I could not recall just now was 'Eshed' with a link in 'Visiting the Uk' under General Discussion, really nice version too.

Cheers again.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Eshed on November 05, 2018, 10:14:44 PM
Thank you both for responding so quickly.

A quick play through (on our piano !!) seems very promising but I would like to to compare with the only three audio recordings I can find so far. Brian Peters 'sample' from Anglophilia, Clive Williams on YouTube, and another on here whose name escapes me for the moment but played very sensitively)

The chording is a bit beyond me at the moment but it is at least do-able on a D/G which must be a clue.
On a D/G you don't have a pull D so you have to switch the bass note (same as Roger Watson does) from E to B on the D in the first bar. In my video I'm playing a club which is how I can sustain the E (actually C in my case, as I play a Bb/Eb) bass.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 05, 2018, 10:22:41 PM
Ah, good point Eshed, thanks.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: JD on November 05, 2018, 11:03:47 PM
If I had not been in such a hurry (I should have been doing something else) I might have remembered this was the Bledington tune collected by the Travelling Morris. I do remember seeing Southdown Morris dance to this at Towersey maybe 25 years ago (maybe more). It was played by a teenage member of the side who played it exactly as Roger Watson played it on the record. I wonder what happened to him?
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 05, 2018, 11:44:45 PM
Thank you both for responding so quickly.

A quick play through (on our piano !!) seems very promising but I would like to to compare with the only three audio recordings I can find so far. Brian Peters 'sample' from Anglophilia, Clive Williams on YouTube, and another on here whose name escapes me for the moment but played very sensitively)

The chording is a bit beyond me at the moment but it is at least do-able on a D/G which must be a clue.
On a D/G you don't have a pull D so you have to switch the bass note (same as Roger Watson does) from E to B on the D in the first bar. In my video I'm playing a club which is how I can sustain the E (actually C in my case, as I play a Bb/Eb) bass.

Do you have a link to your recording, Eshed?
I find this tune fascinating, but confusing.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Dick Rees on November 06, 2018, 12:50:53 AM
Thank you both for responding so quickly.

A quick play through (on our piano !!) seems very promising but I would like to to compare with the only three audio recordings I can find so far. Brian Peters 'sample' from Anglophilia, Clive Williams on YouTube, and another on here whose name escapes me for the moment but played very sensitively)

The chording is a bit beyond me at the moment but it is at least do-able on a D/G which must be a clue.
On a D/G you don't have a pull D so you have to switch the bass note (same as Roger Watson does) from E to B on the D in the first bar. In my video I'm playing a club which is how I can sustain the E (actually C in my case, as I play a Bb/Eb) bass.

Do you have a link to your recording, Eshed?
I find this tune fascinating, but confusing.

Here you go:  https://youtu.be/QZLYMzRRhyA
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 06, 2018, 08:28:27 AM
Thank you for the link. Love this tune. But it still confuses me.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 06, 2018, 03:27:23 PM
If I had not been in such a hurry (I should have been doing something else) I might have remembered this was the Bledington tune collected by the Travelling Morris. I do remember seeing Southdown Morris dance to this at Towersey maybe 25 years ago (maybe more). It was played by a teenage member of the side who played it exactly as Roger Watson played it on the record. I wonder what happened to him?

Would that be the same Roger Watson that wrote 'Handbook for English Concertina' I wonder ? I would love to hear that Melodeon LP.

Still looking at the tune. Wife not impressed by the vid clips, why spoil the good original Morris major one she says. I got hooked on this one slightly because we have recently been doing both Winster Gallop and The Fairy Dance in major and minor keys as add-ons for a Playford 'Ceilidh'.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Dick Rees on November 06, 2018, 03:57:35 PM
Thank you for the link. Love this tune. But it still confuses me.

What's confusing for you?  Not being familiar with the major version or the dance, I hear it "as is" and apart from resolving on the 5th it seems pretty straightforward.  Interesting tune and I suspect an equally interesting story/background to go with it.  Any such info available?
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: JD on November 06, 2018, 05:19:15 PM
Robin - The very same Roger Watson who wrote handbooks for English Concertina, Anglo Concertina and Melodeon.
This version of Young Collins was collected about 1890 from Charlie Benfield the fiddle player for Bledington at the time.
As far as I am aware English Melodeon Players was never released on CD. My vinyl copy is NOT for sale! However there is a recording of this tune on Danse Macabre by Florida featuring one GM Atkin on Guitar (Tim Bull on melodeon). That was released on CD. Maybe Gavin has a copy or two in the attic.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 06, 2018, 06:07:38 PM
Thank you for the link. Love this tune. But it still confuses me.

What's confusing for you?  Not being familiar with the major version or the dance, I hear it "as is" and apart from resolving on the 5th it seems pretty straightforward.  Interesting tune and I suspect an equally interesting story/background to go with it.  Any such info available?

The harmony is unexpected.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Dick Rees on November 06, 2018, 06:36:09 PM
Thank you for the link. Love this tune. But it still confuses me.

What's confusing for you?  Not being familiar with the major version or the dance, I hear it "as is" and apart from resolving on the 5th it seems pretty straightforward.  Interesting tune and I suspect an equally interesting story/background to go with it.  Any such info available?

The harmony is unexpected.

That can happen!  And should it occur, I have to do some extra listening over a longer time until it clicks.  Unexpected harmonic structure is often what makes me interested, I guess.  In this case I am totally unencumbered by knowledge of any other versions and...ignorance is bliss, as the saying went.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Dick Rees on November 06, 2018, 07:26:27 PM
Get it while it's hot:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Edward-II-And-The-Red-Hot-Polkas-English-Melodeon-Players-Vinyl-LP/312236016019?hash=item48b2b78193:g:DdcAAOSwZB1blSRu

All I ask is a pirate copy...

Edit:

Tracks from the album are available through Amazon music.  Unfortunately for me, the Amazon music app requires iOs 10 minimum and my old iPad won't update past 9.1.  Saved a few bob there, I guess.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: GPS on November 06, 2018, 07:46:02 PM

Still looking at the tune. Wife not impressed by the vid clips, why spoil the good original Morris major one she says. .

Not wishing to be controversial, but a tune collected in the late 19th century from Charles Benfield seems pretty "original" to me. Personally I've always preferred the minor version (OK, I've got a bit of a thing for minor mode morris tunes), and I find the "usual" major version a bit tedious, to be honest; the Oddington tune is a great deal more appealing. And, although audiences seem to like it, there are MUCH better Bledington dances, IMHO. Just my opinion, FWIW.

(Retreats for cover and awaits flying brickbats!)

Graham
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 06, 2018, 08:00:49 PM

Still looking at the tune. Wife not impressed by the vid clips, why spoil the good original Morris major one she says. .

Not wishing to be controversial, but a tune collected in the late 19th century from Charles Benfield seems pretty "original" to me. Personally I've always preferred the minor version (OK, I've got a bit of a thing for minor mode morris tunes), and I find the "usual" major version a bit tedious, to be honest; the Oddington tune is a great deal more appealing.

(Retreats for cover and awaits flying brickbats!)

Graham

Fair point GPS. Do we know how old the 'major' Bledington version is then ? (and personally I agree it can be a bit tedious)

As to the eBay record well spotted Dick Rees. That pic of the LP cover kick-started my memory of a cassette of the same which I actually had long ago and which eventually got mangled by the in-car player (as they sometimes did).

Do we know what key that Minor Young Collins was played in, the Bm or the Em ?

Rob

 
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 06, 2018, 08:30:51 PM
Get it for fiver +shipping

https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/7552815
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 06, 2018, 08:37:25 PM

 Do we know how old the 'major' Bledington version is then ? (and personally I agree it can be a bit tedious)

Rob

According to this, collected in 1934 from Charles Benfield (I think), but the collection date is not the age.

https://themorrisring.org/taxonomy/tradition/bledington
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 06, 2018, 08:44:14 PM

 Do we know how old the 'major' Bledington version is then ? (and personally I agree it can be a bit tedious)

Rob

According to this, collected in 1934 from Charles Benfield (I think), but the collection date is not the age.

https://themorrisring.org/taxonomy/tradition/bledington


there is vaguely related tune in Joshua Jackson's 1798  manuscript
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 08, 2018, 04:58:20 PM
Discovered yesterday that friends of ours had 'Melodeon Players of England' in their collection so have just been listening to Roger Watson playing Minor Young Collins just as the dots earlier posted by Tone Dumb Greg, and suitable for a D/G box. I'm still a bit puzzled by the chording so needs some work.

Thanks all.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 08, 2018, 06:13:25 PM
The availability of this was discussed on this thread a few years ago. I wonder if Guy ever got a copy. Martin has one.

http://forum.melodeon.net/index.php/topic,1162.20.html
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Andy Next Tune on November 08, 2018, 06:33:31 PM
Here's the ABC for Young Collins Minor, as played by Mersey Morris. We adopted it after hearing and watching Leeds Morris dancing to it a few years ago.

X:100
T: Young Collins Minor
T: Alternative tune for Young Collins Bledington
P:A(AB)4
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Em
Q: 145
P:A
"Em"B2ef g2 e2|"D"f2 a2 d2 ef|"Em"g2 g2"D" a2 gf|"Em"e2 "D"d2 "Bm"B4|
"Em"B2ef g2 e2|"D"f2 a2 d2 ef|"C"g2 g2"D" a2 gf|"Em"e2 "D"d2 "Em"e4|
P:B
"Am"A2 G2 AB c2|"D"d2 d2"Em" B3 d|"Em"e2 d2 ef g2|"D"a2 a2 "G"g4|
"Em"B2ef g2 e2|"D"f2 a2 d2 ef|"Em"g2 g2"D" a2 gf|"Em"e2 "D"d2 "Bm"B4|
"Am"A2 G2 AB c2|"D"d2 d2"Em" B3 d|"Em"e2 d2 ef g2|"D"a2 a2 "G"g4|
"Em"B2ef g2 e2|"D"f2 a2 d2 ef|"C"g2 g2"D" a2 gf|"Em"e2 "D"d2 "Em"e4||
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 09, 2018, 02:22:10 PM
Here's the ABC for Young Collins Minor, as played by Mersey Morris. We adopted it after hearing and watching Leeds Morris dancing to it a few years ago.

X:100
T: Young Collins Minor
T: Alternative tune for Young Collins Bledington
P:A(AB)4
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Em

Interesting one Andy, thanks. To me it seems to lack some of the atmosphere of the other ones mentioned (perhaps because it ended up - horribly - on MuseScore being played on midi piano) but looks a good deal more manageable on box and I was please to see the chording added. Will give it a go on box later.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 09, 2018, 11:45:29 PM
Here's the ABC for Young Collins Minor, as played by Mersey Morris. We adopted it after hearing and watching Leeds Morris dancing to it a few years ago...


Interesting one Andy, thanks. To me it seems to lack some of the atmosphere of the other ones mentioned (perhaps because it ended up - horribly - on MuseScore being played on midi piano) but looks a good deal more manageable on box and I was please to see the chording added. Will give it a go on box later.

Rob
From looking at it (I haven't had a chance to play it yet), that seems very like the setting Clive was playing, at least so far as the harmony goes. (he might not agree). It explains a lot of what I didn't understand about the harmony. For me, it seems like it's in E Aeolian (i.e., bog standard E minor) rather than B Phrygian, even though it starts and finishes on B, the 5th note of that key...

Clive's playing sounds pretty atmospheric to me.I don't think there's a lot to be gained by listening to a tune from a midi automatically generated from abc. At least, it's never worked for me. I have to listen to real people playing something in a way I like.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 10, 2018, 08:45:34 AM
Greg I think it actually finishes on an E, both the A and the B parts (with a matching Em chord too) so to me it doesn't sound like Clive's version (I must have another look/listen to that).

.....and yes, despite our best efforts we only rarely get a midi version of anything to sound half acceptable. Useful for helping to stop me initially coming up with my own undisciplined, imagined, and 'remembered' versions of tunes though (I'm told).

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 10, 2018, 08:56:59 AM
You're right. I hadn't spotted the difference between first and second run throughs of the phrases in the A part. And I still can't make it sound right. I'll have to keep scratching my head. I do find this tune confusing.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Winston Smith on November 10, 2018, 09:57:51 AM
"my own undisciplined, imagined, and 'remembered' versions of tunes"

That's one of my biggest problems, as a "by ear" player. I've no idea as to how to get around it.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Lester on November 10, 2018, 10:15:31 AM
"my own undisciplined, imagined, and 'remembered' versions of tunes"

That's one of my biggest problems, as a "by ear" player. I've no idea as to how to get around it.


Her's some ideas
Use ABC which will play midi versions to point you in the correct direction.
Play directly from ABC
Learn to read music
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Steve_freereeder on November 10, 2018, 10:32:47 AM
Greg I think it actually finishes on an E, both the A and the B parts (with a matching Em chord too) so to me it doesn't sound like Clive's version (I must have another look/listen to that).

.....and yes, despite our best efforts we only rarely get a midi version of anything to sound half acceptable. Useful for helping to stop me initially coming up with my own undisciplined, imagined, and 'remembered' versions of tunes though (I'm told).

Here's the link to Clive's very beautiful recording.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1yDXX1hLaE

It's pretty much identical to the Morris 'Black Book' Bledington 2 version (http://forum.melodeon.net/index.php/topic,23037.msg275367.html#msg275367) which Greg posted earlier in this thread, except that Clive plays a minim F# rather than a G at the end of the 4th bar of the B-music.

The tonality of the music is definitely tricksy. The notes as written are the same in either Em (Aeolian) as in Andy's Mersey Morris version (http://forum.melodeon.net/index.php/topic,23037.msg275503.html#msg275503) or the Black Book Bledington 2 Bm (Phrygian) (http://forum.melodeon.net/index.php/topic,23037.msg275367.html#msg275367) - the same notes occur in both modes.

When it comes to choosing chords on a melodeon, you can base your playing either around Bm or Em. To hear something of the difference, try ending both parts of the tune, e.g. (i) with a Bm(7) chord or (ii) with an Em chord. Both work very well, but the effect, the 'feel', of the tune is different.  Nice! I like tricksy tunes.  (:)
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Winston Smith on November 10, 2018, 10:46:53 AM
Being rather lazy, I'm not that bothered as to go to those lengths, Lester. But thanks for the suggestions. Mind you, as most of what I do play is on the spur of the moment, they wouldn't be much use anyway.
I'll probably just carry on moaning, and when I can't remember what I want to play, I'll just play something else which my fingers can fly to!
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 10, 2018, 10:48:58 AM
"my own undisciplined, imagined, and 'remembered' versions of tunes"

That's one of my biggest problems, as a "by ear" player. I've no idea as to how to get around it.


Her's some ideas
Use ABC which will play midi versions to point you in the correct direction.
Play directly from ABC
Learn to read music

I have read the dots for many years Lester but don't always play or correctly interpret what is written, to the disgust sometimes, of 'her who must be obeyed' who came into Folk from classical beginnings and is not always keen on Folky variations.

Thanks for the excellent ''heads up' Steve, ultra helpful.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Anahata on November 10, 2018, 02:46:10 PM

I have read the dots for many years Lester but don't always play or correctly interpret what is written

Me too, and that is why being able to read the dots is a help - I often learn a tune from the dots, then it gets "folk processed" in my head and I no longer play it that way, but at least I can go back to the printed music to get a measure of how far I have strayed. I may or may not correct myself back to the printed version, but at least it's an informed decision...
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Dick Rees on November 10, 2018, 07:32:59 PM
Notation is an art just like playing.  The trick is to strike a balance between nuance and readability.

I like "the dots" because it's easier to show rhythmic subtleties, articulations (I hate the term "ornamentation"), phrasing, variations and harmonies.  A good transcription can pretty much convey HOW the tune was played rather than simply putting the "right notes in the right order".
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Tone Dumb Greg on November 10, 2018, 09:18:11 PM
...I have read the dots for many years Lester but don't always play or correctly interpret what is written, to the disgust sometimes, of 'her who must be obeyed' who came into Folk from classical beginnings and is not always keen on Folky variations...

Rob

But "folky variations" are the point where playing a sequence of notes ends and musicianship starts. I hear that over and over again on this site.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Steve_freereeder on November 11, 2018, 01:17:41 AM
Notation is an art just like playing.  The trick is to strike a balance between nuance and readability.

I like "the dots" because it's easier to show rhythmic subtleties, articulations (I hate the term "ornamentation"), phrasing, variations and harmonies.  A good transcription can pretty much convey HOW the tune was played rather than simply putting the "right notes in the right order".

Articulation and ornamentation are two different things.

Articulation is all about how any particular note is joined to its neighbours. For example, a note can be played short (staccato, detached) with a gap of silence before the next note is played, or it can be played smoothly (legato, slurred) joining into the next note with no silence between the two. Groups of notes can have mixed articulation, so (say) a group of four quavers or four semiquavers could be played 'slur two, detach two' which would sound like 'tah-yah tat tat'. If you are a wind or brass player that would equate to 'slur two, tongue two': very Mozart-like. It sort of equates to what you list as 'phrasing' but that's not the whole story: there can be more than one set of articulations within a single phrase.

Ornamentation is what you do to a single note to make it 'more interesting' than just the plain note on its own. This includes trills, cuts, rolls, turns, grace notes of various sorts and lengths, etc.

In both traditional and classical (in the broad sense) music, there are well-established symbols and methods for notating both articulation and ornamentation, which goes a long way towards producing "a good transcription [which] can pretty much convey HOW the tune was played".
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Dick Rees on November 11, 2018, 01:45:24 AM
Steve...

What I referred to was the all too common mistake made in classifying articulations as ornaments.  You are correct in stating they are two different things.  My point was meant to be that they are indeed not the same.
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Robin Tims on November 11, 2018, 08:49:41 AM
..............and very many thanks everyone for your interest and help with Minor Young Collins, greatly appreciated.

Rob
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: melod-ian on November 26, 2018, 09:48:19 PM
If I had not been in such a hurry (I should have been doing something else) I might have remembered this was the Bledington tune collected by the Travelling Morris. I do remember seeing Southdown Morris dance to this at Towersey maybe 25 years ago (maybe more). It was played by a teenage member of the side who played it exactly as Roger Watson played it on the record. I wonder what happened to him?

That teenage player was me😊.

 I had posted a version of the tune a while back
https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk (https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk)
 
although it's on the key of Dm on my GCF
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Steve_freereeder on November 27, 2018, 12:56:17 AM
If I had not been in such a hurry (I should have been doing something else) I might have remembered this was the Bledington tune collected by the Travelling Morris. I do remember seeing Southdown Morris dance to this at Towersey maybe 25 years ago (maybe more). It was played by a teenage member of the side who played it exactly as Roger Watson played it on the record. I wonder what happened to him?

That teenage player was me😊.

 I had posted a version of the tune a while back
https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk (https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk)
 
although it's on the key of Dm on my GCF
Lovely playing!  (:)
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: melod-ian on November 27, 2018, 01:25:08 PM
If I had not been in such a hurry (I should have been doing something else) I might have remembered this was the Bledington tune collected by the Travelling Morris. I do remember seeing Southdown Morris dance to this at Towersey maybe 25 years ago (maybe more). It was played by a teenage member of the side who played it exactly as Roger Watson played it on the record. I wonder what happened to him?

That teenage player was me😊.

 I had posted a version of the tune a while back
https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk (https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk)
 
although it's on the key of Dm on my GCF
Lovely playing!  (:)

Thank you Steve.
I’d admit it took a few takes to get it right. Hadn’t played it in years and I was trying to convert it over to a 3 row in a different key as the old D/G was in bits at the time.

On paper it should be easy shouldn’t it  ::)
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: Eshed on November 27, 2018, 03:05:30 PM
That teenage player was me😊.

 I had posted a version of the tune a while back
https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk (https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk)
 
although it's on the key of Dm on my GCF

Haven't changed at all since https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUfDL6kuI1I (at least I think it's you?)
 (:)
Title: Re: Minor Young Collins
Post by: melod-ian on November 28, 2018, 09:01:59 PM
That teenage player was me😊.

 I had posted a version of the tune a while back
https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk (https://youtu.be/VDYCPSJFFUk)
 
although it's on the key of Dm on my GCF

Haven't changed at all since https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUfDL6kuI1I (at least I think it's you?)
 (:)

Older, Fatter, Wiser (maybe). I remember loving the fact Roger lent me his box during the filming