The theme today was ‘Said, Say, Saying’.
I realised I’d written one of these myself many years ago – in the late 80s, early 90s – one of my first songs for The Warner Brothers.
Very chuffed at RRR this day that Dave Evans had learned the Marcel Borrack arrangement from my Night Parrots album.
Thanks Dave! And thanks to my webmaster Thatch for the brilliant EQ.
Bass – Nathan Farrelly; Accordion and BVs- Dave Evans; Lap Steel – Ed Bates; Guitar and Vocal – Dan Warner
This week, Ella Hooper was the surprise guest on the Warner Corner segment.
The theme was ‘Global’- we had a big singalong on the cracking Tears for Fears anti-war hit from the 80s ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’.
Thanks heaps to Ella – hope to see you back in the Corner soon!
Vocals – Ella Hooper; Bass and BVs – Nathan Farrelly; Accordion – Dave Evans; Mandolin – Greg Field; Guitar and Vocal – Dan Warner
The first Warner Corner segment for 2019 – and the whole band was in…
The theme was ‘teaching’ – I went for the past tense and this great song from Ryan Adams’ Easy Tiger album.
The band just finding its feet in the new year…
Lap steel – Ed Bates; Bass and BVs – Nathan Farrelly; Accordion and BVs – Dave Evans; Violin – Greg Field; Guitar and Vocal – Dan Warner
The theme this week was ‘Party’- the last show for 2018.
Thought we’d play the Ricky Nelson song Garden Party, about his performance at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival concert at Madison Square Garden in 1971. He endured a cool reception.
Much like we do in Warner Corner each week from our host, JvG.
Happy New Year.
Lap steel – Ed Bates; Bass and BVs – Pete ‘Dr Pump’ Lawler; Accordion and BVs – Dave Evans; Guitar and Vocal – Dan Warner
The theme this week was ‘Shaking’.
Dan Warner solo
Just Ed and I were in and, just to shake things up, we thought we’d try something a bit more modern for the segment. I know Ryan Adams has had a crack at Taylor Swift’s 1989 – but, sheesh, Shake it Off works well in this time signature.
Thanks again to Ed Bates for his brilliant playing…
Lap steel – Ed Bates; Guitar and Vocal – Dan Warner