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House of the Rising Sun Collab w/Amagi


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Vic Holman

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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"Awhile back our friend Feter McBlues posted a cover of this classic song and, in my comment on his version I expressed a desire to cover it myself someday. Not long after I posted LIGHTSPAWN Vic Holman contacted me and invited me to collab with him on it. Thrilled with the dual prospect of getting to do a cover of this tune, as well as work with one of my favorite Macjammers, I immediately signed on and we got down to business. We had a lot of fun working on this one. I hope some of that energy is transmitted to our listeners!" - Amangi

"It was kind of a joke commenting on Feter's version when i said darn i was going to cover that! We'll he said he would like to hear it. It wasn't like a double dog dare but it got me to thinking about it. So there was a lot of note passing in class (we never got caught once) on how to approach this as a true collab. Definately a lot of hard work, but a most enjoyable experience to work with a good friend!" - Vic

Amagi plays the organ, bass, vocals, intro & first verse acoustic

Vic plays the electrics and additional acoustic guitars, vocals and addtional drum bits and pieces.
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Lyrics
Everybody sing along

there is a house in new orleans
they call the rising sun
and it's been the ruin of many a poor boy
and god i know i'm one

my mother was a tailor
she sewed my new blue jeans
my father was a gambling man
down in new orleans

now the only thing a gambler needs
is a suitcase and a trunk
and the only time that he's satisfied
is when he's on a drunk

oh mother tell your children
not to do what i have done
spend your lives in sin and misery
in the house of the rising sun

well i've got one foot on the platform
the other foot on the train
i'm going back to new orleans
to wear that ball and chain

well there is a house in new orleans
they call the rising sun
and its been the ruin of many a poor boy
and god i know i'm one
Song Stats
Hits: 7099
Comments: 78
Fans: 17
Plays: 717
Downloads: 189
Votes: 20
Uploaded: Nov 17, 2006 - 10:29:55 AM
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2006 - 10:29:55 AM Last Played: May 01, 2016 - 08:16:35 PM
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Amagi
My hardware consisted of the following: Dean Acoustic Guitar w/DiMarzio Elemental Pick-Up, Cort Electric Bass, Yamaha PSR-170 Keyboard and Audix i5 Microphone.

Vic
Ibanez EW Acoustic, Ibanez SA electric, Fender Strat, m-audio keyboard for drumming the heavier section, Digitech GNX2, BBE Sonic Stomp, MK-219 microphone. Drum loop first section.
Software:
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Comments
Feter said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
FAR OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
O my Goddness ... you both left me speecless !!!
is this London fest 73 ? or I m lost in time ....??
I dont know how many times I listened to this song
till now .. the most attraction on this song its
a collab by all means..two great bands doin jammin '
onces very into the Tulls and the other more into
Uriah Heep and ELP ...the result ..a super song ..!!
one of the best classic rock ever been posted here ..!
the guitar styles just incridle ...with all
gustures and effects ,..the drums every effective here

groovey my folks ...thank you !!
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Vic Holman said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Thanks Feter
i hope you read the song description. you were the motivator on us choosing this song. we wanted to make you proud of us.

Vic
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perceptualvortex said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Nice cover
Man, I haven't heard this song in a while. Nice work, especially with the guitar lead and organ. This rolls along nicely. I'm glad you guys resisted the urge to make a speed metal version, which must have been very tempting. Not. Love those crazy wobbly guitars that come in halfway through, too.
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Vic Holman said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
i think....
we were both a little woobly by the time we where done. speed metal no, neither of us where up to gargling glass. Amagi definatley played a mean organ that had me grinning the whole time.
Thanks for the listen & comments, much appreciated!

Vic
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said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Hey!
This MP3 sounds better than the aif file you sent me! How in blazes did you do that? Anyway, thanks so much for inviting me to do this. I had a ball! I hope some of that fun tranlates to those who listen.

Be well Vic!
Vic Holman said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Bro!
this was a great team effort throughout. i believe for me it was a real highlight to work through this with you. i'll recheck those files. odd. now get to work on your next piece! thanks for everything.

Vic
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Vic Holman said 3874 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
A Big..
apology for the misspell of your name under your song description. God, I'm a blind idiot!
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said 3871 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
Hey Vic...
...maybe all that smoke from your pipe is what's obscuring your vision. You may not be an idiot after all! LOL!

Be well bro!
apb said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Bodies with ..
. organs! lol .. Enjoyed mucho .. splendid rendition .. wacky guitars
(awesome sounds) and .. very good vocals, good sets of lungs there ..
bit of a jump in the sound between the vocalists in the mix .. but small
nitpick.

Grand job guys.
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Vic Holman said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
thanks!!
we really wanted it build and have some oomph. our vocal timbers are so different. Amagi is earthy, while mine tends to more...sky? it is interesting to hear such a difference within a song. thanks for enjoying the song its means alot!

Vic
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said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
sweet!
a favorite classic. I covered this one too (not posted yet). This version is very cool.
Vic Holman said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
a great thing about this site...
to hear how each artist will approach this song. there are other versions posted and yet all unique. thanks for the comments!

Vic
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said 3871 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
Yeah...
...another cover! Please DO post it. I'd love to hear it.
blaky smith said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Great !
The fact that 2 artist can get together to give a so good production, another reason why I like it here on MacJams !
Very well done, guys, your singing is great and all the instrumentation is right. A fun tune to listen to. Downloaded, thanks...
Marc
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
thanks marc
it was fun creating something from scratch. quite a learning process on melding two styles. its fun to see a song develop and change along the way. thanks for the good words!

Vic
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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
Thanks Marc!
This version is somewhat of a fusion between that of the Animals (ala Amagi) with that of Frigid Pink's 1970 acid-rock cover (ala Vic). Kind of like the regular Conan O'Brien Show feature: "If They Mated." This version is the offspring! LOL!

We really busted our hump on this. It was my first FULL collaboration with another musician and working with Vic was an energizing and educational experience for little-old-egotistical me. I'd do it again in a heart-beat! Hopefully we can find another old classic that has passed into Public Domain so we can put the old thumbscrews to it!
Roxylee said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Oh, yeah!
You guys rock! You've turned a folk classic into a rockin gem. Real nice rendition, guys. It makes me want to be a rock singer.... What great guitar work!!! And the vocals are just right, too. Faved & downloaded.
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
we're just plain folks
who like to rock. i think we inspired each other to really put our soul into it as we played off each other and as the song progressed. wasn't sure how this version would strike some people. but i know i had a stupid grin after listening to the final mix. i for one would like to hear you rock out!
Thanks for the nice comments!

Vic
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Cori Ander said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Wonderful
Wonderful, just wonderful folks!
Lots of feeling! Lots of fun things happening.
Shines all way throught that you had a good time.
Well, a good time was what I had listning!

One thing that strikes me is that is getting better and better as the song goes, and it is getting more in more fun till the finale which is ending in a big happy laughter on my end.
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Thanks Cori
this was a highlight to work with amagi. his playing the organ and vocals where so inspirational to keep building up the song to a big finish. you wouldn't believe how many guitars there wher on that last chord.

Thanks for the kind words. truley appreciated.
Vic
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jiguma said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Nice collab!
Nice version guys, and it's always good to see a collab between people I admire on MJ. Not one of my favourite songs by a long shot (I've heard too many awful versions - a bit like Wild Thing and Gloria for me), but a good rendition (ah, the proper use of the "r" word!) all the same.
Neil
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
thanks neil
i wouldn't mind doing trowers bridge of sighs myself but theres that copywrite thing. this all stemmed from commenting on feters version a month or so back. we're game to give a go and have some fun with it. Thanks!

Vic
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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
How in blazes...
...can you compare "House" with "Wild Thing" or "Gloria" Neil?

Why, if you were here I'd cover you with chocolate syrup and send you on your way! (With apologies to the late Frank Z. of course).

Nevertheless...

Be well!
said 3876 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
:)
Very good cover. I especially enjoyed how the production/arrangement changed as the song progressed.
But my favorite version is still one I heard on a Beatles bootleg many years ago with John Lennon doing a hilarious shouting/gurgling imitation of Eric Burden.
Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
whats even more...
hilarious was seeing eric burden shout and gurgle and......make pig noises several years back. true story. it took the sky pilot about ten minutes to land.
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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
Hey!!!
Wuz up Mungo!!??! You sayin' I can't gurgle? I can ^$!$@!!##@$##!! gurgle with the best of em!!! Boy....some people....LOL!
eanbardsley said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
stupendous
Great arrangement guys, really well done, lots of new ideas and originality. So enjoyable!!!
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
thanks ian
it took us a couple weeks, changing, adding, deleting, etc. after a while the song builds itself. then you look back, and think did we do that? Thanks for the kind words!

Vic
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said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
excellent
As soon as the bass and drums came in I let out an unexpected ohhaha
dont know why but one thing is for sure very cool. thanks Vic this made my week. You know you guys did an excellent job I wish I could be in the background just banging a tamborine I guees you can tell I like this one!!!!
Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
thanks bandit!
now wouldn't that paint a pretty picture! a tambourine or do we need more cowbell? a good chemistry developed through this song. and all the ingedients gelled. amagi really outdid himself with the keys and really worked hard to compliment the vocals and guitars. your visit and comments are always a pleasure!

Vic
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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
Geez EB....
...if we had known you wanted to be involved in this collab we would have invited you to keep time by banging together a couple of bottles of nitro-glycerin in the background! LOL!

Seriously though, we really pleased that this works for you! Thanks for the kind comments!
said 3860 days ago (December 3rd, 2006)
PS---
Sorry EB. I guess I watched too many Warner Bros. cartoons growing up!
bronco said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
Swamp Rock
Yeah, this one sounds wonderfully funky! I can see the moss hanging down from the trees on the bank of the bayou. Nice distortion and wah on the guitars. Crazy enough that I could almost believe you were from Louisiana!
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 17th, 2006)
swampy yes
we're both as far from the deep south as you can get. in the pacific northwest its pine trees and you have to buy moss. amagi has a great earthy vocal style that really anchors this. while mines more like what you would expect from a toothless kid playing banjo on a porch. now a banjo with a wah....that could be interesting. thanks!
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said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Very nice!
You guys did a great job on this one for sure! I really enjoyed listening. Aside from the wonderful guitar, I was diggin' the keys from that Yammie.
Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
thanks!!!!
as we went along we had to listen to what the tune dictated. it kept saying give it to me boys. i think it became bigger than the both of us. we were along for the ride. a fun ride it was too!
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said 3874 days ago (November 19th, 2006)
Yeah...
GIDDY-UP!
JOAN said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
raising a gold standard
wow, this is fantastic! great job you guys.
(eric burden is still doing sky pilot????)
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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
thanks for the golden remark
a lot of hard work but a total enjoyment throught it all. when i saw burdon he did all the hits, surprising how many he had. yeah he did skypilot but he clowned through it. except he did not do this song. Thanks for listening!

Vic
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rtcooper said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
DOOR'S BLOWN OFF THE HINGES
Boy, I don't think VAN ZANDT ever thought of the EC Wah Wah Guitar part when he taught this to Dylan in Harvard Yard in 1962!



Love the Whole - Round the World - Collab! What a Concept, Boys!



Very Best Regards,

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Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
thanks cooper
i think the wah didn't get invented until '65 or '66, as far as i know. the use of the wah was a nod to frigid pinks version back in '70. didn't go that heavy though. to many guitars + to much distortion=mud. wanted to create variety on the guitar tones. kinda lost count on how manys in there. i think theres around 12 going in and out throughout. Thanks for coming into the house.

Vic
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rtcooper said 3874 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
HOLD TIGHT, MAN!
Just Enough to make you Dizzy, or spring for a Bigger Display!



I give up after three parts in any piece. Just tell myself it's for the CPU, Brother.



Tough Song. Cool Collab.



With Best,

Cooper


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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
What goes around comes around...
...Dylan stole it from Van Zandt. The Animals stole it from Dylan. Frigid Pink stole it from the Animals. And we stole it from everybody since!
said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Ball & chain
Great take on this song. Odd split on some of the vox (headphones) but didn't interfere with my complete enjoyment of the song. Great job, guys!

. - Harold
said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Oh, and
very tasty licks on the guitar!
Vic Holman said 3875 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Thanks Harold
i did split the vocal differently just take it somewhere else between the amagi's vocal and my own. i though amagi's sound was so down to earth it was best to keep him right in front and in your face. trying to keep a little of the unexpected thing going. thanks on the guitars. the first one i did a number of takes, just to get in the groove and tempo. all the rest where done in one or two takes, off the cuff. Thanks and may the rising sun always shine on your house.
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Mokus said 3874 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Great in every way...
Wow guys...this is fantastic!!! A great song and a great version of it! Good on ya...
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Vic Holman said 3874 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Thanks...
it's a rarity to have someone salute us! sorry i just had to say that. this is one of those tunes that probably has a thousand versions to it. thanks for stopping by the house.

Vic
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bud said 3874 days ago (November 19th, 2006)
I'm pushing the limit here
only been home for some hours after two weeks away - but here I am on MJ as usual - tied to my headphones with this fantastic rave on risin rockin my soul. Great work guys. Gotta go spend some time with my kids.
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Vic Holman said 3874 days ago (November 19th, 2006)
the house will always be here
the kids come first. but thanks for stopping by for a quicky first. really liked that collab of yours with bandit
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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
Hey Bud...
...Get a haircut! You're gonna scare the daylights outta your kids! LOL!

Thanks for the kind comment my friend.

Be well!
wade baird said 3873 days ago (November 20th, 2006)
now this
is a fun track. good performances all around. I've heard a lot of different versions of this song, but this one has a vibe most of the others don't. Great job...on a side note this was the first song I ever learned, I've been planning on recording a version of this myself, somehow I keep putting it off...
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Vic Holman said 3873 days ago (November 20th, 2006)
same story here!
this was the first song i learned way back. kept thinking for a couple years to record it. when the situation arose to collaborate with amagi, this was a good one to go with. but the goal ended up making it familiar but make it to or own style, and it gave me a chance to solo out for a while! thanks for stopping by the house!
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said 3871 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
If memory serves...
...this was the THIRD song I learned on the guitar (way back in 1970 or 71). The first was WE USED TO KNOW (Jethro Tull) and the second was OH WELL (Fleetwood Mac [featuring Peter Green]). Ahhh....the classics!
Vic Holman said 3871 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
my second song
was little brown jug. how humiliating
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bug67 said 3873 days ago (November 20th, 2006)
Nice
Nice, fresh take on this classic song, guys. I LOVE rock organ. Wish there would've been at least one organ solo in place of one of the guitar solos. Just personal preference. Production was great. Couldn't give high marks for originality. After all, this is a cover. But, that didn't detract me from giving high marks everywhere else. :)
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Vic Holman said 3872 days ago (November 20th, 2006)
thanks plenty
we did want to inject our own styles, doing a cover was a good way to get our feet wet for a collaboration. amagi's organ playing throughout was almost a solo in its own right. he played dynamics on what was going on with everything else throughout. it's been a while for me to just go for it on guitar so it was one big jam. a fun one at that. thanks for stopping by the house!
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j2morrow said 3871 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
Very cool
Feels like a recently discovered track from a legendary band from the late sixties or early seventies. I mean that as a real compliment. Downloaded and ipoed.
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Vic Holman said 3871 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
thanks
your probably not to far off on that. was one of the first songs i learned way back in 19????. i'll spare you and everyone else on little brown jug. also checked out your web page, i've seen some of those. CA perhaps? most impressive. there sure are alot of artists, designers & ad people here. it's good to see creativity is not a 8 to 5 job.

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j2morrow said 3870 days ago (November 22nd, 2006)
Oh yeah
I've noticed the large number of artists, designers, art directors, etc on this site too. (I used to be in a novel writing workshop and we had a slew of artists to join there too.) Maybe artists just can't say everything they want to say in art. What do you think?


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Vic Holman said 3870 days ago (November 23rd, 2006)
probably true
must be a lifestyle thing.
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Wiseguy98 said 3870 days ago (November 23rd, 2006)
SPEECHLESS!!!
Damn! You guys blew me away. As soon as I was done listening to it I had to hear it again.
All the long hours truely paid off.
Vic Holman said 3869 days ago (November 23rd, 2006)
thanks, i'm flattered...
...that you listened to it more than once. true a lot of time spent. with a lot of mixing etc., i heard it so many times i don't think i have even listened to it since this was posted, had to clear my head to work on other songs. i'm sure you'll get your voice back. after all you're going to need to ask someone to pass the turkey.
Thanks again! Vic
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said 3860 days ago (December 2nd, 2006)
SPEECHLESS eh?
Well thank goodness you weren't left TYPELESS as well! Hey, a big thank you from Amagi and the Vicar (The Saggy Bottom Boys?) for you kind review friend!

Be exceedingly well!
elfdaughter said 3860 days ago (December 3rd, 2006)
Very cool!!
I'm loving this - great version of a fave song of mine.
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said 3859 days ago (December 3rd, 2006)
This one has long been a fave of both...
...the Vicar and myself Averil. I didn't know it was public domain until our own Feter McBlues covered it. That tweaked my interest. Then when Vic invited me to collab with him on it I was so excited I had to be potty-trained all over again! But after a couple of messes and a lot of hard work we gave birth to this new version. We're both pretty proud (although I think Vic is still struggling with post-partum depression), and very pleased you enjoyed our "take" on this ol' classic!

Be well!
DOCTORBIZARRE said 3699 days ago (May 13th, 2007)
KILLA
Simply killa! Amagi your voice rules! Drums at times seemed a little off! Snare seemed to be hitting on the wrong beat! Get a real drummer and this will smoke!
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Vic Holman said 3680 days ago (May 31st, 2007)
thanks Dr.
been planning to give it a fine tune one of these days, i'll be rechecking that as well.

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now where's those car keys?
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Dharma Logos said 3686 days ago (May 26th, 2007)
HEAL YEAH!!!
THIS ROCKS! I've always loved this song, and this song corrects the few things that I didn't like about the Animals' version. I always thought the Animals drummer didn't play enough snare. You guys fix that problem (even though the drums are a bit shaky at times). Your vocals are awesome! Even better than the Animals. I especially love Amagi's vocal in the first verse - got a great deep baritone thing going on. Is one of the guitar solos played through GB's harmonizer? Today I was screwing around with that thing, and your tone sounds a lot like what I was getting. LONG LIVE WAH! Oh yeah, and the Hammond organ rocks too.
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Vic Holman said 3680 days ago (May 31st, 2007)
funny -
thing was we started in the key of Am. and found neither couls sing that high. we switched to the key of Em. that gave Mikes voice a chance to really project.

the guitar is through a digitech GNX2 pedal board with a octavia effect.
Thanks for visiting the house

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now where's those car keys?
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said 3654 days ago (June 27th, 2007)
Way Cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Y'all Rock!!! :-) Love this! Be well.
Vic Holman said 3651 days ago (June 29th, 2007)
this was
my first collab with Amagi. It also broke the ground for us to create the Goodwilly's. The makings for a lot of fun!

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now where's those car keys?
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alanfraser said 3637 days ago (July 13th, 2007)
Infinite Variety of Music
was a book by Leonard Bernstein and this tune exemplifies it as everyone who covers it puts a different twist on it and this song is so strong that the variations can be extreme and all of them are cool. It's a great old tune and you boys obviously had big fun playing with it. Great job!
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Vic Holman said 3635 days ago (July 15th, 2007)
Thanks Alan
We had so many ideas on how to approach it, we figured might as well throw it all in a kettle and see how it came out. we did have to start over at one point, the original key was a bit to high for to sing to.

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what is the norm?
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said 3607 days ago (August 13th, 2007)
Great collab and one of the bests at MJ !
Now this is more than great song done by two masters in MJ (Vic & Mikey), What a great song you did ?
The vocals is great, the playing is the best i've heard in all HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN versions, really clear and remembered me 1st time i've played it with FETER (feter is the one who told me about this song and teched it to me !! maybe in 2001) !!
GREAT SONG and GREAT JOB you both did Mr. Vic and Mr. Mikey, i've always loved this song. Great collab

Take Care
==============
Yeman Auf Al-Rawi
Vic Holman said 3606 days ago (August 13th, 2007)
thanks Yeman
this was Mike and mine first collaboration which lead to us coming up with the Goodwillys.

A funny thing about this song coming about was when Feter did a version and I commented I always wanted to record this song as well. Feter said he would like to hear it. So Mike and I have to thank Feter for inspiring us to record this.



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lavalamp said 3443 days ago (January 24th, 2008)
You Animals
I'm late to the dance on this one. Good job on this.
Ripping guitar.
Interesting vocals in the second part.
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Vic Holman said 3442 days ago (January 24th, 2008)
hey Dave
we thought we would twist this one up a bit. I believe this ws like the first song I ever learned way back when
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Feter said 3179 days ago (October 14th, 2008)
Help !!!
when will I stop visiting this song ...a real addiction here !!!!

Rock on !!!!
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