AusDisciplesRemember - (K14 Turn Me Up)
Classic and Progressive Rock HyperLink
song created                                

Wednesday, October 29, 2008 5:24:15 AM
song updated                               

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 12:47:31 AM
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MK music
Joint Venture
Laces Other Place
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The Meaning of music
A Time To Remember
AusDisciples Christian Radio
No Words
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Luke 23:42 And he said to Jesus, Lord, remember me when You come into Your kingdom.
A collaboration between Chris (Eaglehead), Hugh Hamilton, Dick Aven, Carl Malone and David OConnor.

Acoustic guitar - Carl Malone
Grand piano, bass guitar, drums and synthesizer - David OConnor
Lead guitar - Chris (Eaglehead)
Slide guitar - Hugh Hamilton
Saxophone - Dick Aven.
Written by Carl and David.
Recorded, mixed and mastered at AusDisciples Studio by David OConnor.
Grand piano and acoustic guitar recorded at Music Workshop by David OConnor.

* Contributing artists recorded their individual parts in their respective studios and were added to the final track later by David OConnor.

Copyright (c)2008 AusDisciples Band.

The final 'sound mix' of this song is inspired by the warmth and character of the classic late 60's and early 70's Abbey Road recordings.
Song Comments

The Meaning of music
Close your eyes and open your mind....

Laces Other Place
Lovely intro, beautiful mix of instruments, whatta *band*. Congrats on this fabulous collab! xox ~Lace~

Joint Venture
So ... Chris, Hugo, Dick, Carl and SuperPuss did a little brain mixing and out came this Magnificent, Super Special, Undeniably Delectable, Delightfully Smooth Brain Omelet ... No Ketchup needed ...

No Words
Reflections of times past , and perhaps what the future has to offer. nice collaboration, great arrangement.

MK music
Very skilful collaboration! Perfectly done!

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