• Let It Be by the Beatles, but with a twist
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Let It Be by the Beatles, but with a twist
on: March 10, 2019, 00:33:36
I've been away from the forum for a long time... I think I lost my musical mojo - but every week I listen to Chainsaw, Binladeda and Paul Vasey, and i'm trying so hard to find my spirit..... i'm hoping this song will bring me back.  It's a demo and vocal style which I kinda like, but has it mileage?   I'd appreciate your comments... 
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https://soundcloud.com/hitfactoryuk/let-it-be-sneakpeak


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Re: Let It Be by the Beatles, but with a twist
Reply #1 on: March 10, 2019, 01:29:46
I think this is a great personal send up of a classic song. I hope you get that mojo back...........
"The main thing is to have a gutsy approach....but use your head." Julia Child

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Re: Let It Be by the Beatles, but with a twist
Reply #2 on: March 10, 2019, 14:41:32
Hi @jmacdon
We donít know each other and iíve looked to try and find out where you are from.
So, if I donít ring the right kinda tone, I am really sorry. But please believe I do mean well.

In her threat called Ďthe wellí @Mora Amaro La Loba explained her creativity more or less as follows:
Whenever I dig, I find water.
And this idea gives me great pleasure, because she understands that loving and being creative are acts of labor.
So my (unasked for) advice to you is to try it Moraís way.
Try to get to something for a half hour each day at more or less the same time. Dig! Dig it?

And in line with Leonardís wishes, I hope youíll find your lost love back.
Kind regards, Gus